said by TuxRaiderPen:
said by FF4m3 :
"Suffice it to say that Red Hat would not have endorsed this model if we were not comfortable that it is a good-faith initiative."
Don't let the smoke, mirros, dogs, ponnies, ballons, and sweet fruity drinks con you people! This is nothing about "security" its about competition lockout! Period.
You're on a roll this morning.
I agree this isn't much about real security, manipulating competition is far more important to the players involved who don't have much of a history of actually competing against each other.
This pandering to the secure boot settings ensures one thing too for sure, Microsoft will retain a large number of installations due to dual boot on oem machines and it's possibly what this whole psych game is about.
The reality of it is that it doesn't affect a majority slice of the overall Linux pie, just one of the more noisy pieces with a big corporate megaphone.--
Say no to JAMS!