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... such as these new Win 8 machines..? What exactly do I need to do? Is there a guide on the web somewhere? Thanks....
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    How do I install Linux on a UEFI computer?


    ... such as these new Win 8 machines..? What exactly do I need to do? Is there a guide on the web somewhere?


    Thanks.

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    There's actually quite a bit of information available out there for this.
    A quick Google search will show you more than a few hits.
    Here's one quick search: See here.
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    What Jayd says is correct, but it is STILL a PITA. If it is an x86 system, then you can disable secure boot in the bios. If it is ARM, then you will have to jump through hoops and use a properly "signed" OS and associated drivers to boot linux. As far as I'm concerned, "secure boot" EFI systems are Microsludge's way of locking people into their BDOS (brain-dead operation systems)...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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