Did OEM influence Canonical Secure Boot plan?
Source: IT World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News As the Linux community continues to debate the best way to deal with Microsoft Windows 8-certified machines that will have Secure Boot on UEFI, some nagging questions still remain as to why Canonical opted to take the solution it did. Both the Fedora Project and Canonical has publicly announced their proposed solutions to how users will be able to boot Secure Boot-enabled machines to Linux. Secure Boot requires that "all firmware and software in the boot process must be signed by a trusted Certificate Authority." Microsoft is requiring that hardware makers of all Windows 8-certified machines be configured to meet these strict requirements.

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