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Hello TPM friends,

after more than 18 months of work, compiling, testing, tears, blood...

MAINLINE! \o/
Now you find the dto in the newest raspbian image, per default.

To activate the TPM on your Raspberry Pi you need only these simple commands:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo nano /boot/config.txt

// and activate SPI with uncomment
"dtparam=spi=on"

// and load the TPM device tree overlay with
"dtoverlay=tpm-slb9670"

// save the config.txt

sudo reboot

// after the reboot

ls /dev/tpm0

// if you own a LetsTrust-TPM and plug it in the right way, you will get /dev/tpm0 in yellow letters


Thanks to all supportes :-)

Bye for now!

Paul

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Richard Zhai on :

Paul,
This is great work!

One more issue. I am trying ELTT2 but seems have issue
pi@raspberrypi:~/eltt2 $ sudo ./eltt2 -u

Error opening the device.
Unexpected error: 0x00000010

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