"you need to load the kernel first" boot from livecd

I’ve been testing many many things in a vm to prepare for installing on hardware. My physical machine uses coreboot (UEFI) firmware. So, I thought I would test installing in a vm with UEFI just to check it off.
I can’t boot the iso. I just get this:

bad shim signature
you need to load the kernel first

Any ideas?
I’m on Proxmox and just selected the OVMF (UEFI) Bios option to test.

Looks like a Secure Boot error I used to get in ESXi Ubuntu VMs. I usually build mine with Secure Boot turned off. Will it load in UEFI mode with Secure Boot off?

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Correct you are. Thanks so much.

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