Linux booting still an issue on new PCs as Microsoft fails to deliver hardware keys
James Bottomley, who had been paid by Novell (Microsoft) before he left, is developing “secure boot” and finding out that UEFI promises are empty. From his blog:
Asked support why the process was indicating failed but I had a valid download and, after a flurry of emails, got back “Don’t use that file that is incorrectly signed. I will get back to you.” I’m still not sure what the actual problem is, but if you look at the Subject of the signing key, there’s nothing in the signing key to indicate the Linux Foundation, therefore I suspect the problem is that the binary is signed with a generic Microsoft key instead of a specific (and revocable) key tied to the Linux Foundation.
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