Commit 1648a9b5 authored by Vijayenthiran Subramaniam's avatar Vijayenthiran Subramaniam
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infra/common: remove manual reboot step from secure boot doc



Neoverse Reference Design FVPs version 11.15.26 or higher support reboot
feature. It is not required to manually close and relaunch the FVP to
simulate a reboot behaviour. Hence remove the step from secure boot
documentation which describes to manually close and relaunch the model.
Suggested-by: rohit-arm's avatarRohit Mathew <rohit.mathew@arm.com>
Signed-off-by: Vijayenthiran Subramaniam's avatarVijayenthiran Subramaniam <vijayenthiran.subramaniam@arm.com>
Change-Id: I2a9a5e890160ef211a0a2af9b50933549de84513
parent b73e9040
......@@ -243,18 +243,12 @@ on the very first boot for validating the secure boot.
9. Press Escape and press F10 to save. Ensure that the “Current Secure Boot
State” is set as “Enabled”.
10. Press Escape and select the “continue” option.
11. Prompts the user to press the “Enter”. Press Enter key which then reboots the
system.
12. Make sure to close the model using “Cross Mark” on the FVP UI window titled
'Fast Models - <platform_name>' after this. If model does not close then
press “ctrl-c” to close it. Here, <platform_name> is one of those listed in
`Platform Names`_.
Relaunch the model again with repeat the steps listed above to perform a secure
boot (but skip the steps to enroll the signatures). The platform boots up to
busybox login prompt with secure boot enabled. If the authentication of the grub
or the linux kernel fails, the boot fails and the user is notified about the
authentication failure.
11. Prompts the user to press the “Enter”. Press Enter key which then reboots
the system.
The platform boots up to busybox login prompt with secure boot enabled. If the
authentication of the grub or the linux kernel fails, the boot fails and the
user is notified about the authentication failure.
To confirm that the boot is indeed a secure boot, the linux kernel messages
can be looked up. The following messages would appear in the linux boot log in
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