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On 20/01/17 00:27, mr meowski wrote:
I won't comment on the adverts thing except to say that predictably, I hate them with a vengeance and block them unilaterally, but a couple of other things intrigued me, so: Google Analytics is a powerful thing. Getting hard stats on pretty much aspect of your web-facing presence is trivial these days. More importantly, do you believe their claim, or even care? If so, why?
I have never used Google Analytics so don't know anything about it.
The only thing I have ever done with UEFI is make sure that secure boot was off. I have heard of legacy mode but just ignored it. So a request to turn it on is also ignored.Disabling UEFI I would never have imagined being a blocking issue for you... making linux install/play nice with full UEFI/secure boot support is still borderline rocket science at this point. I would have presumed you'd be in exactly the opposite camp - demanding a system that UEFI could definitely be switched into legacy mode (effectively emulating the old school BIOS mode and allowing USB boot, MBR disks and easy linux installs). Am I missing something or do you have this entirely the wrong way around? Cheers
I use Xubuntu as my main distro and it just installs without any problems, so I just leave UEFI alone. Perhaps that is not a good idea?
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