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Windows 8 won't dual-boot Linux?

Windows 8 won't dual-boot Linux?

Software giant Microsoft may be in for a potential conflict with the Linux community, some of whose members voiced concerns the secure booting procedure of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system can lock out the Linux OS.

Mobile Linux developer Matthew Garrett said the new Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) that Windows 8 will use has a “secure boot" feature that prevents executables or drivers from being loaded unless they are “signed."

“A system that ships with only OEM and Microsoft keys will not boot a generic copy of Linux," Garrett said in a blog post.

“It’s probably not worth panicking yet. But it is worth being concerned," he added.

He said that with “secure boot" enabled, an OS vendor cannot boot its software on a system unless it is signed with a key that is included in the system firmware.

Similarly, a hardware vendor cannot run their hardware inside the EFI environment unless their drivers are signed with a key included in the system firmware.

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