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Linux Foundation releases Windows Secure Boot fix | ZDNet

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James Bottomley, Parallels’  CTO of server virtualization, well-known Linux kernel maintainer, and the man behind the Linux Foundation’s efforts to create an easy way to install and boot Linux on Windows 8 PCs, announced on February 8th that the Linux Foundation UEFI secure boot system was finally out. To finish this, required security keys from Microsoft so that the Linux Foundation UEFI bootloader would work. These have now been included and these universal Linux bootloaders are ready to go. With these files you should be able to boot and install Linux on almost any Windows 8 PC.

via Linux Foundation releases Windows Secure Boot fix | ZDNet.

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2 comments on “Linux Foundation releases Windows Secure Boot fix | ZDNet

  1. Pingback: Linux Foundation releases Windows Secure Boot fix | ZDNet « projectz | cPanel Knowledge

  2. temps
    February 10, 2013

    C’est une bonne nouvelle pour les administrateurs réseaux.
    Cordialement

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