secure_tee_install is used to install and initialize a secure TEE OS such as
Linaro OP-TEE into the secure world. This function takes in the address
where the signed TEE image is loaded as an argument. The signed TEE image
consists of a header (struct tee_header), TEE code+data followed by the
signature generated using image signing tool from TI security development
package (SECDEV). Refer to README.ti-secure for more information.
This function uses 2 new secure APIs.
1. PPA_SERV_HAL_TEE_LOAD_MASTER - Must be called on CPU Core 0. Protected
memory for TEE must be reserved before calling this function. This API
needs arguments filled into struct ppa_tee_load_info. The TEE image is
authenticated and if there are no errors, the control passes to the TEE
2. PPA_SERV_HAL_TEE_LOAD_SLAVE - Called on other CPU cores only after
a TEE_LOAD_MASTER call. Takes no arguments. Checks if TEE was
successfully loaded (on core 0) and transfers control to the same TEE
The code at TEE entry point is expected perform OS initialization steps
and return back to non-secure world (U-Boot).
Signed-off-by: Harinarayan Bhatta <email@example.com>
Signed-off-by: Andrew F. Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reviewed-by: Tom Rini <email@example.com>