Originally Posted by grayskunk
Looks like an over site that was corrected. Am I reading it right that Grub 2.0 fixes the issue? If so most distros use that boot loader. This seems like a bit of muck raking.
What this appears to be is a way to disable the Secure Boot environment during bootup so that current Linux distros can be loaded. During each bootup, you will have to say yes, I want to bypass Secure Boot and load up whatever Linux installation you're using.
What the Linux developers have to work on is a way to integrate Secure Boot into their Linux builds. Thus, they would get the security enhancements that the Secure Boot environment provides, since the above method disables the security provided by the UEFI. If you don't want Secure Boot, there are already methods of disabling it, although there might be some cases where you can't disable it (not sure, since there aren't any Secure Boot systems out there yet).