I finally got my new Atari VCS, which is based on an AMD SOC. I was hoping to try and boot Haiku on it, but it looks like Atari turned on Secure Boot and locked out all of BIOS/EUFI except for which drive to boot from.
This means that Haiku won’t boot (other operating systems like Windows and Linux do).
Is there a way to coerce Haiku into booting on a Secure Boot enabled system?
If you can’t add keys you will have to use a bootloader that is already signed,
most firmwares have atleast the microsoft normal keyset, and the extneded one.
assuming it has the extended one you might be able to use the linux “shim” loader, it is designed for distros not wanting to deal with secure boot.
Eventually we should probably get atleast the normal efi loader for the point releases signed by ms, i think.