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4 responses to “Microsoft Inks Pact with Fedora Over Windows 8 / Secure Boot”

  1. Matthew Garrett

    Fedora believes that it’s vital that end-users be able to choose which software runs on their devices, and as such we have no intention of producing a signed version of Fedora for Windows RT devices.

  2. Steve Goldfein

    “This may give Fedora an edge in the Linux battle, it is unlikely that Canonical will pay $1, let alone $99, to allow rival Microsoft to evaluate, test, and approve Fedora for Linux tablets.”

    Shouldn’t the second Fedora be Ubuntu? Canonical produces Ubuntu not Fedora? OR am I reading this wrong?

  3. Red Hat Fails to Convince That UEFI is Tolerable, Uses ‘Security’ as Talking Point | Techrights

    […] UEFI [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]., Microsoft has begun another divide and conquer quest, starting with Fedora. Red Hat sided with Microsoft, leaving many others out in the dry. In some sense it’s […]