Re: You're not making much sense

Date: 2018-04-07 01:39 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
You are the one that said in this blog post that to work around situations where lockdown would cause problems the distributions will have to ship two kernels. I'm guessing (hoping) that both kernels would be signed otherwise the users will not be able to run Linux on machines where secure boot cannot be disabled because it will make the system easy to hack. So I don't understand your first 2 replies, unless you are trying to be obnoxious.

On your last reply: how can you disable the printing of the command line at boot time of a signed kernel? Like I've said in the thread's title, you're not making too much sense, and when people point to faults in your logic you just come back with more nonsense.
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