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*[http://techrights.org/2021/10/03/uefi-bios-acpi-bugs/ Lenovo Ships ThinkBook 15 Gen2 ITL Series Full of UEFI BIOS ACPI Bugs, Releases Half a Dozen BIOS Updates, and Doesn’t Fix the Bugs]
*[http://techrights.org/2021/10/02/secure-boot-and-vmd/ Microsoft Secure Boot and Intel VMD Pointless on GNU/Linux and Lenovo’s Documentation Recommends That You Turn Them Off]
*[http://techrights.org/2021/10/02/secure-boot-and-vmd/ Microsoft Secure Boot and Intel VMD Pointless on GNU/Linux and Lenovo’s Documentation Recommends That You Turn Them Off]
*[http://techrights.org/2021/04/29/cannot-upgrade-ubuntu/ Stallman Was Right About ‘Secure’ Boot (Matthew Garrett’s Work Now Used to Prevent Users Adopting New Ubuntu Releases/Derivatives)]
*[http://techrights.org/2021/04/29/cannot-upgrade-ubuntu/ Stallman Was Right About ‘Secure’ Boot (Matthew Garrett’s Work Now Used to Prevent Users Adopting New Ubuntu Releases/Derivatives)]

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Secure Boot, UEFI 'security', or "Restricted Boot" as the FSF calls it (for the goal is not really security but control and domination by a remote/distant vendor), is a great threat to computing freedom. It was covered in the following posts over the years.

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