shim 15+1552672080.a4a1fbe-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


shim (15+1552672080.a4a1fbe-0ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * New upstream snapshot 15+1552672080.a4a1fbe.
  * debian/patches/VLogError-Avoid-NULL-pointer-dereferences-in-V-Sprin.patch,
    debian/patches/fixup_git.patch: drop patches included in upstream.
  * debian/patches/MokManager-avoid-unaligned.patch: Fix compilation with GCC9:
    avoid -Werror=address-of-packed-member errors in MokManager.
  * debian/patches/tpm-correctness-1.patch,
    debian/patches/tpm-correctness-2.patch: fix issues in TPM calls to ensure
    the measurements are consistent with what is entered in the TPM event log.
  * debian/patches/tpm-correctness-3.patch: Don't log duplicate identical
    TPM events.
  * debian/patches/MokManager-hidpi-support.patch: Do a little bit more to
    try to get a more usable screen resolution for MokManager when running on
    HiDPI screens; by trying to detect such cases and switching to mode 0.
  * debian/rules: update COMMIT_ID explicitly for this new snapshot.

 -- Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <email address hidden>  Fri, 11 Oct 2019 16:32:32 -0400

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shim: boot loader to chain-load signed boot loaders under Secure Boot

 This package provides a minimalist boot loader which allows verifying
 signatures of other UEFI binaries against either the Secure Boot DB/DBX or
 against a built-in signature database. Its purpose is to allow a small,
 infrequently-changing binary to be signed by the UEFI CA, while allowing
 an OS distributor to revision their main bootloader independently of the CA.