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Run EnrollDefaultKeys.efi
QA:Testcase_Virtualization_UEFI[QA:Testcase Virtualization UEFI]
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Optionally Configure libvirtd to advertise UEFI support
On the 'Overview' screen, Change the 'Firmware' field to select the 'UEFI x86_64' option.
Once you've fixed this page, remove this notice, and update [filename]`modules/ROOT/nav.adoc`.
Once you have a secureboot configured VM as described above, it's easy to use this to test ISO media secureboot support.
Once the document is live, go to the original wiki page and replace its text with the following macro:
Note, these are nightly builds, and may occasionally be broken.
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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
Libvirt needs to know about UEFI->NVRAM config file mapping, so it can advertise it to tools like virt-manager/virt-install. On Fedora 22 and later, libvirt packages are configured to look for the nightly build paths, so this will work out of the box.
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Installing 'UEFI for QEMU' nightly builds
Installing 'UEFI for QEMU' from Fedora repos
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