Fedora Linux 18 Will Boot on UEFI Hardware with Microsoft's HelpJun 03, 2012, 19:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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The problem of course is that Fedora will perhaps be tied to Microsoft's Secure UEFI efforts in order to enable Linux on new hardware. The bigger problem would be if Secure UEFI wasn't dealt with and Linux wouldn't run on new hardware at all.
I respect Garrett's position, though I have another solution.
Don't buy, UEFI Windows 8 hardware. Seriously. Why pay the Microsoft tax?
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