On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 06:51:35PM -0700, Atri Bhattacharya wrote:
On Fri, 2014-10-31 at 14:59 +0100, David Sterba
This has been probably mentioned, the obs://Kernel:stable repository
follows the kernel.org
stable releases so if you really need the newer
kernel, adding this repository is straightforward.
Yes, this is true, although in my case this required disabling UEFI
Secureboot completely to be able to boot with the Kernel:Stable laptop
AFAIK it should be possible to add an additional key to your UEFI
"secure boot" setup.
and thus pay the price of not being able to boot into
[nice covert way of disabling Windows usage ;)], so it is not without
Well, it's rather the other way around. One of the main purposes of
"secure boot" design (albeit not the officialy presented one, of course)
is to make booting and using _other_ systems (than Windows) as
uncomfortable as possible.
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