Yesterday, I tried to upgrade my version of ubuntu from 17.10 to 18.04 LTS. Globally, the update has been achieved correctly except for some elements.
One of these elements is the installation of Nvidia drivers with secure boot. I tried several things to install nvidia drivers (version 396) with secure boot but it seems that it is not working at the moment...
Finally,I found the solution to overcome this problem. I disabled the secure boot but it is just a trick to solve the problem of the nvidia driver installation...
So my question is: "is it possible to have nvidia drivers working with secure boot?".
The procedure that I used when secure boot is activated (Which does not work):
Commands used for the installation:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall
During the installation process when secure boot is enabled the installation phase is stuck with MOK private key. a trick to overcome that is explained here https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1036167/stuck-trying-to-intall-nvidia-390-ubuntu-18-04-lts-/?offset=3
But for me, the solution does not work. So I need to interrupt the script and run the update & software application. After a while, a dialogue box appears asking me a password for MOK key.
So I fulfil the dialogue box and reboot the PC but when secure boot is enabled, the x server settings is still empty.
Thanks in advance for your answers.