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cmd:imgtrust [2012/03/22 14:35]
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cmd:imgtrust [2012/03/24 20:32] (current)
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 Require the use of trusted images. ​ When trusted images are required, any attempts to execute an untrusted image will fail.  All images are untrusted by default. ​ To become trusted, an image must be verified using the ''​[[:​cmd:​imgverify]]''​ command. Require the use of trusted images. ​ When trusted images are required, any attempts to execute an untrusted image will fail.  All images are untrusted by default. ​ To become trusted, an image must be verified using the ''​[[:​cmd:​imgverify]]''​ command.
  
-If the ''​--allow''​ option is specified then the trusted images will no longer be required, and untrusted images may be executed.+If the ''​%%--allow%%''​ option is specified then the trusted images will no longer be required, and untrusted images may be executed.
  
-If the ''​--permanent''​ option is specified, then the image trust requirement will be made permanent. ​ Any future attempts to change the image trust requirement will fail.  For example:+If the ''​%%--permanent%%''​ option is specified, then the image trust requirement will be made permanent. ​ Any future attempts to change the image trust requirement will fail.  For example:
  
     iPXE> imgtrust ​              # Require trusted images     iPXE> imgtrust ​              # Require trusted images
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