On Fri, 2012-06-01 at 14:57 -0400, Steve Clark wrote:
On 06/01/2012 12:02 PM, Cosimo Cecchi wrote:
> The point I'm trying to make is the default setting might actually be
> the most important thing that matters when it comes to new users that
> want to install Fedora.
> - "You need to disable SecureBoot in the BIOS settings in order to
> install Fedora"
> - "BIOS settings? What's that? Oh a blueish DOS-like command-line thing?
> Freaky. Disable SecureBoot? Why on earth would I want to make my system
> less secure? *screw this Linux thing*"
How many people that aren't somewhat technical are even going to think
about installing another OS?
No many I would guess.
I don't think we can have a definite answer to this question.
I'm pretty confident the intersection of people afraid of touching their
BIOS settings and those who want to use another OS is not empty though.