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FS0:\> EnrollDefaultKeys.efi
FS0:\> reset
The VM will restart. Let it boot into Fedora as normal. Log in
You should see the string 'Secure boot enabled' in dmesg. Secureboot is now enabled for every subsequent boot.
Testing Fedora CD/DVD Secure Boot in a VM
Once you have a secureboot configured VM as described above, it's easy to use this to test ISO media secureboot support.
Use virt-manager to attach the ISO media to your VM
Use virt-manager to change the VM boot settings to boot off the CDROM
Start the VM
Switch to a terminal inside the VM, verify Secureboot is enabled by checking dmesg
Using UEFI with AArch64 VMs
link:Architectures/ARM/AArch64[Fedora's AArch64 releases] will only run on UEFI, so require UEFI inside the VM. However the steps are slightly different. See this page for complete documentation: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/AArch64/Install_with_QEMU
Extra links
QA:Testcase_Virtualization_UEFI[QA:Testcase Virtualization UEFI]
http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/OVMF[KVM wiki OVMF page]
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/SecureBoot[Ubuntu secureboot page]
http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:UEFI_Secure_boot_using_qemu-kvm[OpenSUSE secureboot page]
http://www.labbott.name/blog/2016/09/15/secure-ish-boot-with-qemu/[Using SecureBoot with QEMU]
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