I'm going to install VMWARE drivers, i.e.
vmnet, on my CentOS. However since their signature and certificate are not installed on CentOS, I had to sign them myself and install my sign/certificate on my machine using
mockutil, like this:
mokutil --import MOK.der
mokutil --list-new list my keys however after rebooting my machine Mok Manager does not show up and I don't know what is wrong. Some noted that it might be because of wrong efi boot loader priority, and here is my boot loader priority:
[root@DESKTOP-123 sam]# efibootmgr -v BootCurrent: 0009 Timeout: 1 seconds BootOrder: 0009,000A,0006,0003,0002,0005,0008 Boot0002* WDC WD10PURX-64E5EY0 BBS(HD,,0x0)..BO Boot0003* ST9500325AS BBS(HD,,0x0)..BO Boot0005* ST3500418AS BBS(HD,,0x0)..BO Boot0006* ADATA SP600 BBS(HD,,0x0)..BO Boot0008* SMI USB DISK 1100 BBS(HD,,0x0)..BO Boot0009* CentOS HD(1,GPT,681a763c-b8af-447c-abb6-75151c5ebdd7,0x800,0x64000)/File(\EFI\CENTOS\SHIM.EFI)..BO Boot000A* UEFI: SMI USB DISK 1100, Partition 1 PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(10,0)/HD(1,MBR,0xa868970b,0x70,0x1d4bf90)..BO
which default is set to boot option
0009 which loads
\EFI\CENTOS\SHIM.EFI but it does not bring up Mok Manager to install and enroll new keys.
Can anyone guess what may be wrong?
Since I noticed that it may be due to BIOS problems, I must notice that an ASUS Z-170A mainboard is installed on my machine and
secure boot is enabled according to my BIOS reports.