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swtpm (TPM emulation)

swtpm emulates a TPM (Trusted Process Module) in software; once
running, QEMU can attach TPMs to virtual machines (to run Windows 11,
for example). See specs/tpm.rst in the QEMU doc directory for more

Please note that the swtpm command will emulate TPM 1.2 unless it is
called with "--tpm2".

For more information about the different tools provided by swtpm, see
the documents in /usr/doc/swtpm-0.8.2/readmes.

The user and group for TSS are both "tss" by default, and should have
been created before compiling the trousers package.

It is not possible to install Windows 11 to a virtual machine without
Secure Boot-enabled UEFI firmware and variables. See edk2-ovmf on SBo.

This requires: python3-twisted, libtpms, trousers

Maintained by: K. Eugene Carlson
Keywords: tpm,tpm emulator,windows 11,qemu,tss,tcg
ChangeLog: swtpm


Source Downloads:
swtpm-0.8.2.tar.gz (773f1b0fbdde470d55e254eedbdc9406)

Download SlackBuild:
swtpm.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

Validated for Slackware 15.0

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