Re: single or authoritative home for sbsigntool?

Randy MacLeod

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On 2018-01-19 04:07 PM, Randy MacLeod wrote:
In chasing down a rare ccan configuration bug that sbsigntool-native
trips over, I noticed that there are several sbsigntool-native recipes,
all alike but not identical.
We have a few in the layer index: and more elsewhere:
and even:
The meta-intel and meta-secure-core versions were somewhat different but
that seems to be due to lack of co-operation rather than different
Does it make sense to have a single version of the recipe in
a signing-key layer with the actual keys kept elsewhere I'd expect.
If so, what layer would make the most sense?
How about picking: There is likely other recipe duplication in secure boot layers but
it's not something that I work on directly so I'm only mentioning
sbsigntool. Feel free to reduce more duplication!
# Randy MacLeod. WR Linux
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