makers of The Linux Foundation itself had promised a solution that would allow different Linux distributions can be initiated, installed and used without problems on new machines with Windows 8 and UEFI Secure Boot , and just announced the availability of this solution.
James Bottomley, CTO of Parallels, and núlceo maintainer responsible for these efforts, announced on February 8 that the patch UEFI Secure Boot The Linux Foundation was ready to start being utilized.
This first edition of this solution, though, is rather aimed at advanced users, something that experts have commented that indicated that users hesitation to implement this solution should wait for the new batch of distributions which will be launched in April and May and probably integrate this solution automatically.
two files. Bottomley EFI has published are available on your blog post in which he announced his departure, besides indicating that has made available to users a small ISO image to USB keys you can test these files on our computers, if we have any UEFI Secure Boot.