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Secure Boot Guide for Fedora


The last few weeks has seen Red Hat‘s Product Security Team documenting lots of previously undocumented data on Fedora’s Secure Boot featureFedora‘s Secure Boot Guide contains information on how the implementation is being done, what tools are being used or are available to work with this feature, and what pieces and parts are required to make this feature work.  I encourage everyone to take a look at this guide and file bugs against the guide if there is information that isn’t clear or data that is missing.

We’re not done with the guide, yet, and I’ll be releasing a new draft usually every week on Friday afternoons (Eastern Time).

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  1. 2013-02-11 at 15:59 EDT

    I really hope the “Preface” section in documents like this gets move to an addendum and replaced with a small hint to it, because I guess I’m not the only one that find it annoying to see ithat section again and again in documents from Fedora and Red Hat… :-/

    • 2013-02-11 at 16:57 EDT

      Yeah, that is a bit annoying. I’ll see what I can do.

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