Anyone familiar with doing "secure" boot on a BBB?
Someone raised the idea on another forum of secure boot on BBB:
I came across this on LWN.net:
It is from 2013 but does mention the BaegleBone Black:
"The crypto code is simple and does not deal with multiple indirections and
data conversions. In fact, it typically takes longer to hash a kernel
than it does to verify it using RSA. On a BeagleBone Black (OMAP4), it
takes about 6ms to verify a configuration and only adds 6.2KB to
U-Boot's code size."
It strikes me as wrong to equate BBB with OMAP4, but hopefully this
really is talking about the BBB.