Using PureBoot Basic

PureBoot Basic lets you optionally disable the tamper detection, leaving you with a clean, simple, and still powerful boot firmware with more recovery options than a traditional coreboot BIOS and GRUB.


Enabling Pureboot Basic

You’ll need to be running a recent version of Pureboot; if you need to switch or upgrade, follow this.

Go to: Options -> Change Configuration Settings -> Enable PureBoot Basic Mode.

To save the configuration changes, select Save the current configuration to the running BIOS.

Once your computer reboots, you can enjoy a quick startup and still have powerful tools like grub config parsing, ext4 boot partition support, and a built-in Linux shell for advanced debugging. Moving from Coreboot to Pureboot