*countable infinities only

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Sun Jun 10 13:53:38 UTC 2012

Am 10.06.2012 15:50, schrieb Ben Boeckel:
> On Sat, Jun 09, 2012 at 06:15:03 GMT, Chris Smart wrote:
>> Will requiring users to turn off secure boot really by such a big deal I
>> wonder?
> What if disabling SB or modifying the keys is largely classified as
> "breaking warranty" by manufacturers? I don't remember anything from the
> logo requirements that would forbid it.

which law in which country would support this?

even if it would be legally ok: do not buy crap if you want
use a free operating system - there will always be business
machines supporting linux and they are mostly even cheaper
as the "consumer-crap"

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