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 Post subject: Linux on Windows 8 PCs: Some progress, but still a nuisance
PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 2:30 pm 
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Linux on Windows 8 PCs: Some progress, but still a nuisance
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James Bottomley, Parallels' CTO of server virtualization, well-known Linux kernel maintainer, and the man behind the Linux Foundation's efforts to create an easy way to install and boot Linux on Windows 8 PCs , is reporting some useful work is being ...
http://www.zdnet.com/linux-on-windows-8 ... 000010697/

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 Post subject: Linux Foundation's Secure Boot bootloader restructured
PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 2:34 pm 
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Linux Foundation's Secure Boot bootloader restructured
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The boot loader's development has been sponsored by the Linux Foundation. The revised version uses a different method to boot the more complex secondary bootloader; this enables it to co-operate with Gummiboot, which was introduced last summer. .....
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 Post subject: Hurrah! Linux can now run on UEFI Windows 8 PCs
PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 7:16 pm 
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Hurrah! Linux can now run on UEFI Windows 8 PCs
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The Linux Foundation is happy to announce that its Secure Boot System allows most PCs with pre-installed Windows 8 to boot Linux. It gets around the UEFI key requirement to permit the open-source kernel to get started. Surprisingly, the work was done ...
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 Post subject: Two Ubuntu Linux versions can now work with Secure Boot
PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:25 pm 
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Two Ubuntu Linux versions can now work with Secure Boot
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We've already seen major distribution updates such as Fedora 18 include technology to enable booting on Windows 8 Secure Boot hardware, but only last week—after considerable delay—did the Linux Foundation release its Linux Foundation Secure Boot ...
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 Post subject: Secure boot loader now available to allow Linux to work on W
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Secure boot loader now available to allow Linux to work on Windows 8 PCs
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"The Linux Foundation wishes not only to enable Linux to keep booting in the face of the new wave of secure boot systems, but also to enable those technically savvy users who wish to do so to actually take control of the secure boot process by ...
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