Re: [edk2] Secure Boot - PCI device driver (NIC)

Subject: Re: [edk2] Secure Boot - PCI device driver (NIC)

From: Jyoti Pandhare <>


Date: 2013-04-15 04:45:04

Hi all,

I am also working on similar PCIe UEFI driver.

As per below mail chain, nothing to be done in UEFI driver code to support Secure Boot.

But in my case my PCIe UEFI driver loads HII app, so do I have to add code in my driver to support Secure boot for HII App?

Please guide me in this regard.


On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 4:33 PM, Vladimir Sokolovsky <> wrote:
Hi Brian,
Is there any specific flag for EfiRom that should keep the signature of the EFI file?
I run the following command:
# EfiRom.exe -f 0x15b3 -i 0x1003 -e 0a.01.10_uefi.efi -o 0a.01.10_uefi.rom

Then I see that the ROM image fails to be loaded during POST when UEFI Secure boot mode is enabled while the original signed efi image can be successfully loaded from the UEFI Shell.


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