Xfce and UEFI

Roberto Dohnert rjdohnert at gmail.com
Tue Jun 18 18:12:07 CEST 2013

Well, you can either use a distro that supports UEFI, a couple of XFCE
based ones that do are Ubuntu Studio and OS4 OpenLinux,
http://www.os4online.com.  You can also go in and disable secureboot so you
dont have to worry about it.

On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 7:37 AM, Neil Winchurst <neilwin at drofle.co.uk>wrote:

> My laptop died on me recently so I am looking to buy a new one. (It is not
> my main machine, but I still expect to use it a lot.) Since it will be new
> I suppose it will be set up to use UEFI as opposed to the old BIOS system
> which I am used to.
> The machine will be running Xubuntu only, I have not gone near Windows for
> years. I have had a look at various help files via Google and am feeling
> rather baffled.
> Does anyone on the list have any help/advice for me about this please?
> This could also be of interest to others on the list. One of the problems I
> have found while doing my research is that most of the writers assume that
> everyone who uses Linux wants to dual boot with Windows.
> Thanks
> Neil
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