How To Get Your Platform Integrity Information
Using KNOPPIX511 for Trusted Computing Geeks v1.0.1
1. Download ISO image and create bootable CD
2. Enable TPM
If you are not enable the TPM yet. Goto BIOS setup menu and enable TPM at the boot.
3. Boot the Geeks CD
After your Desktop is displayed, Start terminal and correct platform info as follows:
$ su # cd /tmp # /opt/OpenPlatformTrustServices/bin/getiml info tar cvfz info.tgz ./info/*
Now /tmp has info.tgz file.
3.1 Save the info to USB
Insert USB memory. USB will be mounted on /media/sda1 or /media/sdb1.
# cp /tmp/nfo.tgz /media/sda1/
4. Send us your Platform Integrity Information (OPTION)
We would like to use this data to update PlatformInfo page. If you'll please send the tar ball to munetoh at users.sourceforge.jp
note) dmidecode reports your SMBIOS information. this is usefull to identify the BIOS metadata, e.g. P/N and BIOS version, but it also include an identity of your machine. Thus, please delete Serial Number and UUID in System Information section before send. thanks.
We appreciate your cooperation. :-)
5. Install Knoppix to USB Memory (OPTION)
USB boot also supports Trusted Boot.
$ su # mkbootdev
This will install syslinux. Next step, we update IPL to Grub-IMA. e.g. USB drive at /dev/sda, and mounted on /media/sda1
# grub-install --recheck --no-floppy --root-directory=/media/sda1 /dev/sda # cp /cdrom/boot/grub/grub.conf /media/sda1/boot/grub/