Non-secure boot fallback.

Date: 2012-12-01 02:06 am (UTC)
What will the shim do if booted on a UEFI system with secure boot disabled?

Ideally I'd like to configure things so that if someone boots my media (Super GRUB2 Disk) without secure boot there is no user intervention required to get to SG2D, so I would like it to just load the grubx64.efi automatically in that case.
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