Muktware: Red Hat Clarifies Doubt Over UEFI Secure Boot Solution
netsys at fedoraproject.org
Wed Jun 6 11:41:41 UTC 2012
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 12:32 PM, Jan Wildeboer <jwildebo at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 06.06.2012 13:24, Álvaro Castillo wrote:
>> 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
> All of them run on Intel processors. Intel is a company that has been found
> to be guilty of illegal practices against AMD. So who is not making deals
> with mobsters? ;-)
Yes, but this is a duality vs Free Software and Open source vs
Microsoft monopoly and. This affect all than BSD as Linux users.
> And how does being against something help solving the problem? Where were
> all of them when UEFI was defined and this evil scheme was accepted?
I'm not informed, for example, so few days.
> that it *actually is* implemented, we are forced to solve this problem.
> Being against it doesn't solve it.
Pay is not a solution is surrender to the monopoly of Microsoft
> Yes, that is pragmatic. Sorry for that. But as Matt has explains over and
> over again for months and months, we *knew* this was coming. And he tried
> hard to find a better way. And he (and a lot of other people) are actively
> looking for better solutions.
> Instead of dismissing that, it might actually be better to help.
Yes, as others, but, If RedHat, take a position that Fedora will be
add these signs for F18, will leave the project partners, like me,
like Kevin Kofler and others.
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