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Old 2nd December 2012
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Default Grub Secure Boot

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I'm pleased to say that a usable version of shim is now available for download. As I discussed here, this is intended for distributions that want to support secure boot but don't want to deal with Microsoft. To use it, rename shim.efi to bootx64.efi and put it in /EFI/BOOT on your UEFI install media. Drop MokManager.efi in there as well. Finally, make sure your bootloader binary is called grubx64.efi and put it in the same directory.
http://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/20303.html

If this holds up, I think it would provide a means to run any of the BSD's on the secure boot systems that are starting to dominant the market place.
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