Tag Archives: UEFI

First Fedora, now Canonical

Following the move made by Fedora to support UEFI secure boot, Canonical has announced that they are going to support it as well. Canonical is taking a slightly different route however. They are dropping Grub completely (as they explain, Grub’s … Continue reading

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Linux and UEFI secure boot, or: Linus Torvalds as the voice of reason

As you may recall, I wrote a blog about linux and the problems with UEFI secure boot a while ago. Since there have been some changes regarding secure boot in the linux world recently, this calls for an update. My … Continue reading

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Why I don’t use linux (and why you shouldn’t either)

As you may know, I have nothing against open source software. In fact, I am both a user of FreeBSD, and a developer of open source projects. But linux never sat well with me. It’s not so much the software … Continue reading

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