SUSE's UEFI Secure Boot approach: Similar to Fedora's

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http://forums.fedoraforum.org – SUSE has given some indication of how it will implement Secure Boot: http://www.suse.com/blogs/uefi-secure-boot-details/ Basically, SUSE will take an approach similar to the one taken by Red Hat regarding Fedora (including using a shim based on Fedora's), but with some improvements. It's worth reading the article for its explanation of SUSE's clever approach. There's also a brief article by Red Hat's Matthew Garrett discussing this: http://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/15818.html From what Garrett says, Fedora will likely adopt the improvements that SUSE came up with. It sounds good, and should m (HowTos)