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UEFI after 2020 only?

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Re: UEFI after 2020 only?

#11 Post by dreamer » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:34 pm

The Lenovo story for those who are interested:

https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20150 ... alls.shtml

I don't know much about hardware. My newest systems use Ivy Bridge (2012). I read somewhere that the firmware/microcode package is recommended for Haswell (2013) and newer. I use the blobs that come with the distro/kernel by default, but I don't use tools available in Ubuntu and MX Linux to install additional blobs. This approach has worked well on my Intel PCs and also a few AMD mini-PCs. I can't say that new hardware excites me, I'll upgrade when I have to. I have no idea what I would upgrade to. x86 hardware seems to require more and more blobs.

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