The problem resides on Microsoft's OS security problems dealing with rootkit malware, they, in order to make less insecure their OS push hardware industry in order to change the boot schema asking for a key provided from OS vendor before authorize software instalation.
Rootkit malware problem do not affect GNU/Linux but Micro$oft's solution do... As this is a new obstacle that will take some time before Linux Distributions adjust installer software.
The good news are that EFI gives some benefits like the ability to have more primary partitions instead of just 4
I think current issues will scare lot of newbies. (it scares me and I've been using GNU/Linux 20+ years ago)
I hope Linux distributions give us quick fixes.
Last edited by gramofenomeno; 04-01-2014 at 06:08 PM.