Re: Q: secure boot
On Tue, 6 Nov 2018 01:09:50 +0100
Adam Borowski <email@example.com> wrote:
> But only the stock kernel, which turns it non-free software.
Sorry, I'm not sure what you're saying.
> There's no benefits for us, too
As I said, our users can install Debian easily. It's huge benefit.
> -- a thief or attacker can boot/install
> Windows, read any non-encrypted data, etc. We're better off if we don't
> support secureboot on such hardware. Debian has enough use share to be
> named when governments are concerned -- if we start providing "secure"boot
> enabled kernels, it'd be an easy sell to lock down consumer machines to
> disallow kernels not blessed by Microsoft's key.
What you're talking about? It does NOT depend on whether Debian ships
secureboot enabled kernel or not.
Hideki Yamane <firstname.lastname@example.org>