Vincent Vermeulen wrote:I'm not sure what the implications are to Linux Mint / LMDE, but I guess we're still out in the cold and any user with a Windows 8 machine will need to disable secure boot to load either
srs5694 wrote:... The drawback to this approach is that it requires greater expertise -- you'll need to know how to generate keys, sign binaries, and add the keys to the firmware. ...
KBD47 wrote:To me this is all about as clear as mud:
https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubunt ... 35445.html
But it sounds like a future that no longer has dual-boot and multi-boot. And it sounds like users will be mostly using the software they get on the hardware they buy.
My concern is that, unless Win8 is a complete flop, OEM's are not, and likely will not, be boldly launching out into the Linux universe by placing Linux on their computers.
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