Ubuntu 16.04 Secure Boot Policy

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Sun Jul 3 20:34:00 UTC 2016

On Sun, 3 Jul 2016 15:18:44 -0500, Kaosu NA wrote:
>Not only will something like this be more user-friendly, but it
>also allows a large number of Ubuntu users to take advantage of a
>modern security technology without giving up usability.

Secure boot is modern, but it is useful for Linux and BSD users? Most
user-friendly still is to disable secure boot, isn't it?

What are the benefits of secure boot for Linux and BSD users, who
don't have a dual or multi boot with a Windows install, that requires

I'm neither using SELinux, nor AppArmor or anything else. Isn't
AppArmor part of default Linux install? Isn't this enough additional

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