Dual Boot: Does Linux work with TPM enabled?

Of course it works. Following Microsoft 's announcements for the upcoming operating system Windows 11, I thought to check if my computer has TPM, and if so, in which version.

The ways you can control your PC have been published by Dimitris here.

I followed the instructions in the partition with Windows. I have installed Windows Server 2019 Standard and I use it as a workstation, if I need a Windows environment. I find it safer and more stable than Windows 10.

During the test I noticed that the TPM module was not activated. Restart on Windows, F10, enter the BIOS and enable it (it was on the Security tab).

Μετά το login μου στα Windows είχα τα παρακάτω :

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Let's see now what happens to Linux.

Activating the TPM module will not cause you any problems, especially if the kernel you are using is a new version. I am currently running Debian 11 Bullseye on a daily basis (yes it may still be under development and is being released as a trial version but it is more stable than the stable Windows).

As you will see in the screenshot below, Debian sees the TPM module, (chip type, version) but there is a bug in the firmware.

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I can live without it.

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