linux and secure boot, u e f i

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at
Thu Mar 31 13:33:59 UTC 2016

Which is why a totally blind user need be present at sale and as a 
condition of sale see to it secure boot gets disabled before purchase 
and verify secure boot was disabled before purchase.

On Thu, 31 Mar 2016, Daniel Crone wrote:

> Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2016 09:12:04
> From: Daniel Crone <quirky.wizard at>
> To: ubuntu-accessibility at
> Subject: linux and secure boot, u e f i
> If one gets a new computer these days, it could have windows 8 or 10.
> If so, it would use u e f i, and secure boot would probably be enabled.
> Might any form of linux work with this situation, or would secure boot need to be turned off?
> My concern is that a totally blind user would not be able to turn this off.


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