Fedora and Ubuntu Linux have very different strategies so far for dealing with the restrictions imposed by Microsoft's upcoming OS
Controversy has been raging over Microsoft's Windows 8 Secure Boot
plans ever since they were first revealed
last fall, and there's still no sign that that will change anytime soon.
Now the leading Linux distributions are beginning to respond with an outline of how they plan to deal with the restrictions imposed by Microsoft's plans.
First it was Fedora
, which revealed its strategy late last month. Then, this week Canonical spoke up in turn with its own plans for Ubuntu Linux