- Intel Core i5-10600K
- Gigabyte H510M H
- NVIDIA GTX 1050TI 4GB
- 500GB x1 NVME SSD (Installed Ubuntu), 2TB x1 HDD, 1TB x1 IDE HDD, and 250GB x1 SSD
- Ubuntu 22.04
- kernel 5.15.0-27-generic
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You can use
sgx software enable to enable Intel SGX on Linux system Where the BIOS supports intel SGX.
This application will enable Intel SGX on Linux systems where the BIOS supports Intel SGX, but does not provide an explicit option to enable it. These systems can only enable Intel SGX via the "software enable" procedure.
I tried it, it works.
The SGX technology has a weakness called Poreshadow or L1TF.
If you are not going to watch 4K bluelay video, turn it off.