Priest

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  1. Never mind, it turned out to be a keyboard issue. For some reason the f-keys just stopped working on it, thanks for the help though.
  2. Alright, i just installed fedora 16 on an old computer of mine but cant switch to any of the tty screens using the ctrl+alt+f-keys. I used to use fedora 14 and they worked fine there but then i figured it was time to upgrade and now, nothing. I have no idea what the problem is, can anyone help me out with this?
  3. Microsoft recently announced it plans on releasing its windows 8 machines (machines with the windows 8 compatibility logo) with the "secure boot" scheme (which i hear has already been cracked) that could lock out Linux systems and other free software. That's not much of a problem but if vendors begin making this an industry standard without adding features to let the user switch secure boot off or authorize software manually this could be trouble. For further reading see: http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/secure-boot-vs-restricted-boot/ http://www.zdnet.com/blog/open-source/linux-foundation-proposes-to-use-uefi-to-make-pcs-secure-and-free/9827