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Mon Jun 18 11:22:11 UTC 2012
Le lundi 18 juin 2012 à 06:09 -0400, Gerald Henriksen a écrit :
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2012 01:09:52 -0400 (EDT), you wrote:
> >No. Let Red Hat tell the truth. Let Red Hat design a better
> >UEFI motherboard.
> So now the target has moved from Red Hat buying some hardware with
> secure boot disabled to Red Hat hiring a design team (at signficant
> cost) and developing their own motherboard.
Technically, half of the work is already done thanks to coreboot :
But since reflashing is
2) either expensive ( need specific hardware )
2) still need to sign the system to reflash
( as explained on http://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/12745.html )
that's not a solution to the problem "we want to have Fedora working on
hardware that will be soon on the market".
But people who think that's a good idea could start a kickstarter
campaign, and get funds to produce the so-called motherboards.
( and if you do not get enough support at the first step, i doubt the
others steps would have been successful ).
Or alternatively, just convince everybody to buy from a supplier who
committed to not ship secureboot enabled
( https://plus.google.com/101839830409692150605/posts/4Mp24WusuQM )
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