Since Fedora 18 will be the first release to lack an installer option to install GRUB to a partition, I think it's useful to mention this in release notes, and the recommended work arounds.
Draft text (but tested commands) included.
Through my work on the Installation Guide I've come across the issue of
Secure Boot for UEFI systems through a bug that Neil Horman has been
helping me with  regarding PXE boot configuration on UEFI for IPv6
systems, plus IPv4 and IPv6 systems to enable Secure Boot.
In Comment 4, he suggests that perhaps the non-Secure Boot points could
be documented in the Installation Guide, either in or adjacent to the
current section on PXE boot configuration , while the Secure Boot
points could go in the UEFI Secure Boot Guide, which I see is in draft
form for F18 .
Based on the bug and your knowledge of Secure Boot, what do people think
about where this information should go? If it went into the Secure Boot
Guide, the Installation Guide could just direct users there. But perhaps
it's crucial enough that it should be duplicated.
And, of course, what is the status of the UEFI Secure Boot Guide? Will
it be released for F18?
I'd be glad of any thoughts on this, particularly from Sparks, Kevin, or
Josh. That said, I'm putting this out there now for people to chew on,
but with the holidays approaching we needn't worry about this until
January. I'll check in then and perhaps we can decide how to proceed.
Thanks, and happy holidays!
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