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I have been using windows 10 (ugh) and I decided to start using Linux in a dual boot situation. I have downloaded Linux mint 18.3. I loaded this O.S. into my hard drive form a flash drive. I thought that every thing was O.K. until I got the message as follows: "secure boot violation. Check secure boot connection. Invalid signature detected. Check secure boot policy in set up". What is going on ? Thanks.
Sounds like you need to switch off secure boot in your Windows installation or in the BIOS.
If your issue is solved, kindly indicate that by editing the first post in the topic, and adding [SOLVED] to the title. Thanks!
Nothing to worry about. This is just a Micronical's attempt to block using any other operating systems that are not Windows. Human greed knows no boundaries...
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