Is this something we (as consumers of FreeBSD) need to be aware
bruce at cran.org.uk
Tue Jun 5 19:10:37 UTC 2012
On 05/06/2012 19:27, Antonio Olivares wrote:
> I believe that should be unnecessary. It would only be a matter of
> time before someone breaks the M$ layer of poop that is supposed to
> prevent folks from booting other OSes other than Window$. They hit
> the panic button too soon IMHO.
Press Delete/F1 during boot, select Advanced -> Trusted Computing.
Change TCG/TPM Support to "No". But according to Cory Doctorow, that's
far too finicky and highly technical
By the way it's not Microsoft's stuff people would have to break, but
UEFI. I think secure boot actually makes sense, but preventing users
disabling it or installing their own keys on ARM platforms is totally wrong.
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