Re: Secure boot - Uefi installation
- Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2017 23:45:15 -0400
- From: Tony Baldwin <tonybaldwin@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Secure boot - Uefi installation
On 04/17/2017 07:21 PM, Mark Fletcher wrote:
On Tue, Apr 18, 2017 at 12:30:47AM +0300, Karagkiaouris Diamantis wrote:
How can i install debian with UEFI support? Is there any simple tutorial?
Also do i have to disable the secure boot and then proceed with uefi
I have tried but then a message "could not authenticate boot media" emerges
and the boot stop right there.
I am new to debian and i don't want to abandon for this silly reason.
Unless things have changed very recently, yes -- you need to disable
secure boot, then you can do an install to UEFI media. I say this with
the caveat that I have used UEFI-aware Debian install media but the only
UEFI install I have actually done was of LFS not Debian.
Debian install media can boot a UEFI-aware machine if secure boot is
disabled. I believe the live images only use MBR boot method, presumably
so they can work on the largest number of machines, even old ones
(UEFI-only machines are only just now emerging)
I thought UEFI compatible installations was the default now.
I'm pretty sure my hardware is uefi-ized, and it's all working fine.
Then again, I did not install current stable, but rather upgraded to
Jessie from old stable (wheezy)
93 - 93/93
all tony, all the time