Re: Secure Boot won't let boot into Debian
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2017 20:49:44 +0900
- From: Mark Fletcher <mark27q1@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Secure Boot won't let boot into Debian
On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 09:40:57PM +0000, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
> Hi all.
> I frehly installed Debian Sid in dual boot with Windows 10 on my brand new
> Lenovo desktop pc but it won't boot into Debian system I suspect because of the
> new Secure Boot policy. I want to disable it but the problem is that there's
> no Secure Boot option anywhere in its Bios. In fact, in the Security submenu,
> there are only the options for administrator and power-on password setting.
> What do you suggest me to do?
Your description of the Bios menu makes it sound SO spartan I almost
wonder if there isn't ANOTHER menu with other options. Some BIOSes put
the boot menu on a different menu eg F10 to get into one, Esc or F2 or
something to get into the other.
There ARE some BIOSes that have just locked it down completely and eff
you if you aren't running a Microsoft operating system, but those are
thankfully still rare. There are more of them here in Japan where
consumers tend to be more docile... I hope that isn't a trend that is
going to reach the rest of the world in force.