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    Definitely a bug, a well-behaved system won't do...

    Definitely a bug, a well-behaved system won't do that. Some systems are hardcoded to boot the windows loader by filename, and the workaround is to overwrite the windows loader in EFI. On my ASUS...
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    Two words ... Free (libre) Hardware. No binary...

    Two words ... Free (libre) Hardware. No binary firmware or driver BLOBS. Keys to validate firmware images, and bootloader may be burnt in, but there must be jumpers or switches to allow an...
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    TPM can actually be used for good.. Disk...

    TPM can actually be used for good.. Disk encryption, boot validation, ssh two-factor...

    Physically present users should be able to turn off the tpm, reset to setup mode, and having set thier own...
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    I'd read the fine print, and demand a written...

    I'd read the fine print, and demand a written warranty that secure boot was disable-able and that the Platform Key can be cleared and replaced by the end-user for anything windows 10 ready. If the...
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    Ya, you probaly won'e stop things like shim that...

    Ya, you probaly won'e stop things like shim that let you enroll additional keys at boottime with shim, or with other keys pre-enrolled, but the biggest issue with secure boot locked on is that you...
  6. This actually seems like a fairly easy throery to...

    This actually seems like a fairly easy throery to test with a minor patch. Replace the missing functionality with no-ops and change the report 4.2 compliance.
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    For the moment it seems gamepaly works pretty...

    For the moment it seems gamepaly works pretty well, but only runs at a fixed windowed resolution and the graphics options aren't all there yet.
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    Just my own SWAG (scientific wild A guess) is...

    Just my own SWAG (scientific wild A guess) is that rig may rely on the onboard PRU microcontrollers to mediate the flash process.


    On second guess... just looks like it's leverage the linux spi...
  9. Actually as a more stiking example, the...

    Actually as a more stiking example, the open-source L4 microkernel, which is THE ONLY provably "safe, secure and real-time OS".
  10. I tried monowall once, got something like 9...

    I tried monowall once, got something like 9 months of uptime before the power went out for a few minutes. For a simple firewall a BSD base works just fine for me. When I want to do somethign fancier...
  11. The product page says they should be taking...

    The product page says they should be taking orders starting sometime in febuary.

    Having a x86 sub-10W system with dual ethernet ports and wireless and AES-NI that actually expects the products to...
  12. He did, just a bit late to the game though, and...

    He did, just a bit late to the game though, and aimed at a different use case.

    http://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=6502
  13. Not really, Looking at the same tests, it does...

    Not really, Looking at the same tests, it does random reads just as fast as the othere, the problem being that it doesn't really gain any speed then doing sequential reads. If you dig into the...
  14. If the price point is 600 dollars, yes, if it's...

    If the price point is 600 dollars, yes, if it's 350, that's another story.
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    http://gparted-forum.surf4.info/viewtopic.php?id=1...

    http://gparted-forum.surf4.info/viewtopic.php?id=17267

    Appearently GTK 3.0 support.
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    Even assuming a 100% correct and sincere...

    Even assuming a 100% correct and sincere implementation of the TPM, specialized attacks could still get probes into it's inner workings and pull out keys, so now you ain't going to win if the U.S. of...
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    1. TPM's can't control cpu execution. What they...

    1. TPM's can't control cpu execution. What they can do is attest or verify weather you're running what you think should be running. Stopping boot can only be done by something in the boot process...
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    1. The actualy requirements are more that they...

    1. The actualy requirements are more that they are configured to accept certain key types, and that you (a physically present user) can manage keys (add or remove),

    2. And what verifies coreboot?...
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    Ummm,,, no, just no. A TPM if present must be...

    Ummm,,, no, just no. A TPM if present must be configured in a particular way. I don't see anything there that says a TPM must be used. Point to the specific place if you think I'm reading it wrong. ...
  20. Seriously, you're saying it didn't break...

    Seriously, you're saying it didn't break anything, because you should just pre-emptively patch it? You had a common use case that worked before but didn't work after? How is that not broken?
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