systemd-boot MicroOS Image

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The sdboot variant of this image uses systemd-boot as bootloader. On first boot the image encrypts itself and offers options to deploy a custom password or unlock via FIDO2 token or TPM2 chip.
The TPM2 support is heavily experimental and currently only binds to firmware, bootloader and kernel so it is not advisable to be used in production, just like the rest of the image :-)

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config.sh 0000011239 11 KB
disk.sh 0000000769 769 Bytes
editbootinstall_mbr.sh 0000000190 190 Bytes
editbootinstall_pine64.sh 0000001001 1001 Bytes
editbootinstall_rock64.sh 0000000589 589 Bytes
editbootinstall_rpi.sh 0000001037 1.01 KB
openSUSE-MicroOS.kiwi 0000033519 32.7 KB
project.diff 0000001485 1.45 KB
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