How Does Linux Boot? Part 2: UEFI Is The New Firmware

It’s amazing that the early 1980s IBM PC design lasted as long as it did. Into the 2000s people relied on its very limited BIOS firmware and MBR partition tables. But now it’s the 2010s and things have finally moved forward. I gave you an overview of how Linux boots. The first steps involve the […]
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How Does Linux Boot? There’s More To It Than You Might Expect

With Linux, you can just turn it on, wait a few moments, and start doing powerful things! But if you are going to be responsible for critical systems, you need to know how they are supposed to work so you can recognize and fix problems. At its very simplest, we’re looking at this sequence: Firmware […]
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