Mon Mar 5 10:20:58 PST 2012
be on and the 1st thing you'll need to do is turn it off if you want to
boot linux. The biggest controversy is whether manufacturers will allow
users to toggle, there may be some boards where it just isn't possible.
Of course there may also be a possibility that some distros get their OS
signed right so it works with secure boot - redhat, ubuntu, the ones
that have companies behind them.
We'll really have to wait and see how the whole thing pans out when it
all gets released.
Don't rule out someone finding a way around it either, like the method
to boot OS X without the Mac chip to verify it's Mac hardware.
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