Name shim-signed
Version 1.0
Summary Signed shim is a lightweight EFI application signed by Microsoft Corporation
Description The UEFI Secure Boot feature requires that any binary executed by the firmware to be signed. It may be possible for the machine owner to provide his/her own certificate for his/her own binaries. However, most of the systems available that feature Secure Boot comes preloaded with certificates issued by Microsoft Corporation, the official organization used by the UEFI forum. As indicated by its name, signed shim was signed by Microsoft Corporation. Thus, it signatue will be recognized by UEFI firmware. Once executed, the signed shim will either look for a signed bootloader ot it will present the user with the option of entering a certificate for the signed binary of his/her own.
Section base
License GPLv2
Recipe file recipes-bsp/shim-signed/
Layer meta-luv (sumo branch)
  • deploy
  • openssl-native




Other branches

This recipe in other branches of meta-luv:

Branch Recipe
master shim-signed 1.0
warrior (Yocto Project 2.7) shim-signed 1.0
thud (Yocto Project 2.6) shim-signed 1.0
sumo (Yocto Project 2.5) shim-signed 1.0 (this recipe)
rocko (Yocto Project 2.4) shim-signed 1.0
pyro (Yocto Project 2.3) shim-signed 1.0
morty (Yocto Project 2.2) shim-signed 1.0
jethro (Yocto Project 2.0) shim-signed 1.0
fido (Yocto Project 1.8) shim-signed 1.0