5 Replies Latest reply on Jun 29, 2016 7:17 AM by Intel Corporation

    NUC5i5MY - In Ubuntu 16.04, using tpm2.0-tools from Intel's 01org, how do we use the TPM to sign a file?

    ziggydoran

      Need help with TPM 2.0 key configuration for a NUC5i5MY running Ubuntu 16.04, using tpm2.0-tools from Intel's 01org.

      I was able to make a primary key, but I haven't had luck with a signing key yet...

       

      Instructions:
      sudo apt-get install tpm2-tools
      then
      sudo resourcemgr

       

      Intel's software is the one that comes in Ubuntu by default: tpm2-tools in the package manager or online at https://github.com/01org/tpm2.0-tools

       

      I need to check the spec again, but from what I remember, the first thing you need to do
      is take ownership, then create a primary key, then a signing key.  

       

      OR can anyone recommend an alternative to Intel's tpm2.0-tools - know of an implementation of the tools for 2.0?

       

      HELP!