On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 5:19 AM, Dan MacDonald <allcoms@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I think secureboot is strictly a Wintel thing - I have heard no such talk of it making its restrictive, nefarious ways known in ARM land yet and lets hope it stays that way! Note that the ARM devices have their own set of bootloaders - no grub here.I hate to be the bearer of bad news, or to derail your thread, but it is actually ARM that will be the most crippled. MS is requiring ARM devices certified to run Windows 8 to be completely locked down, where as Intel devices will be able to have UEFI disabled. This is really only the tablet market, though.
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