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#CONFIG_DRM_NONSENSE is not set

#CONFIG_DRM_NONSENSE is not set

Posted May 21, 2009 12:49 UTC (Thu) by Cyberax (✭ supporter ✭, #52523)
In reply to: #CONFIG_DRM_NONSENSE is not set by jimbo
Parent article: Enabling DRM in the kernel?

I do.

I need to secure systems against _physical_ intrusion (i.e. someone walking-in and stealing the server). In essence, I need to do remote system integrity attestation.

Right now, I'm using a modified version of GRUB (trusted GRUB) to establish validity of the kernel (and I was flamed to a crisp when I offered to help to port it to GRUB2 on the GRUB mailing list :) ). TXT support in the kernel would help much.


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