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Managing EFI Boot Loaders for Linux: Controlling Secure Boot
This page is the second of two covering Secure Boot as part of my EFI Boot Loaders for Linux document. If you're a beginner to intermediate user who wants to get Secure Boot working quickly with a popular distribution such as Ubuntu, Fedora, or OpenSuse, I recommend you begin with my first Secure Boot page, Dealing with Secure Boot. This page is written for more advanced users who want to take full control of their Secure Boot features. Reasons to take this type of control are covered in the Why Read This Page? section of this page. The Contents section to the left shows other sections, in case you know enough to know what you want to read.
UEFI  encrypted  boot  secure-boot 
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BookStack is a simple, self-hosted, easy-to-use platform for organising and storing information.
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