On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 12:07 PM, Jan Wildeboer <jwildebo(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Yes, this is not an ideal solution. And that is what Matt Garrett
teh start. If we would not have a solution however, it would mean that
Fedora cannot be installed *at all* on newer hardware.
While we do not like the UEFI architecture, we have a responsibility towards
our users (and the community at large, never forget that!) that in this case
leads us to a pragmatic solution that works for the moment, giving us more
time to work on a better solution.
Debian Project, FreeBSD team, OpenBSD team, NetBSD team, Linux Mint,
Mageia, Ubuntu... is not firm this, this is a solution at this moment,
and not making deals with mobsters, I think :D
I believe, that as Fedora is "test camp" of RHEL, so, (What's end
users use JBoss, Pyme solutions, VirtSandbox...et?). RedHat doesn't
want that RHEL 7 can be affected for this. (Is only a guess)
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