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  •  Do not confuse UEFI with UEFI secure boot as (3+ / 0-)

    they are two separate things.  Linux can handle UEFI just fine and assuming your implementation of "secure boot" lets you add your own keys then it will run just fine on secure boot without having to turn it off.  However, not all implementations of secure boot allow that, some are only on (with preloaded keys only) or off.  Also, some UEFI systems will only boot an OS with a certain label.  To be specific, if it doesn't claim to be Microsoft Windows or Red Hat Enterprise Linux then it won't even show up in the boot menu.

    You have watched Faux News, now lose 2d10 SAN.

    by Throw The Bums Out on Thu Jun 13, 2013 at 01:53:37 AM PDT

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