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    Don't enforce Shim signature validation if Secure Boot is disabled · 614ea062
    Matthew Garrett authored
    The linuxefi command fails if used on a system without shim, even if
    Secure Boot is disabled. There's no need to do the validation if we're
    not in Secure Boot mode (an attacker could just boot a modified grub),
    so skip this to make it easier to use the Linux EFI entry point even on
    non-Secure Boot systems.
    
    Last-Update: 2018-12-07
    
    Patch-Name: linuxefi-skip-validation-without-secure-boot.patch
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