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Submission + - Now You Can Run Linux, BSD On Any UEFI Secure Boot PC (muktware.com)

sfcrazy writes: The Linux Foundation has released a pre-booter which enabled any Linux or BSD distribution to run on any UEFI Secure boot windows PC. The Linux Foundation will obtain a Microsoft Key and sign a small pre-bootloader which will, in turn, chain load (without any form of signature check) a predesignated boot loader which will, in turn, boot Linux (or any other operating system).
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Now You Can Run Linux, BSD On Any UEFI Secure Boot PC

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