I've been using  with  as simulator for playing around with TPM 2.0 features,
because I can wire it to QEMU and launch a VM with EDK2 UEFI. No precompiled packages for
any of these.
So I was testing master version from both tpm2-tools and abrmd with the release candidates
for tss and I noticed this error on tpm2_pcrlist after this commit  enabling SHA512 and
I related to this thread...
I'm not sure yet if this is a simulator problem or something on tools/abrmd/tss
side... for now I'll test with another version and hopefully come back with more info.
From a noob perspective, the error seems to be the same at , maybe I should try the
same trick and see what happens.
 - https://github.com/stefanberger/swtpm/tree/tpm2-preview.v2
 - https://github.com/stefanberger/libtpms/tree/tpm2-preview.rev146.v2
 - https://github.com/tpm2-software/tpm2-tools/issues/1021
De: Anderson, Daniel [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Enviada em: quinta-feira, 24 de maio de 2018 18:02
Para: Ricardo Araújo <ricardo(a)lsd.ufcg.edu.br>
Assunto: RE: [tpm2] PCR missing SHA-512 support
No I have not seen that before.
This is just a hunch. But I suspect that the code needs to be recompiled
with your simulator (or real TPM).
Some more information would be useful--does your TPM (real or virtual or
simulated) have a SHA-512 PCR bank?
Did you compile it on the same machine? Or did you compile elsewhere or use
a precompiled package or something like that?
From: Ricardo Araújo [mailto:email@example.com]
Not sure it is the same simulator, but I'm using
after SHA-512 was enabled (yesterday) tpm2_pcrlist is crashing with this
count too big
ERROR: Tss2_Sys_GetCapability(0x80011) - sys:Response is malformed