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Installing OpenSuSE on my netbook - how I did it

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My last few posts about UEFI and Secure Boot have resulted in quite a few requests for information and additional details about how I installed Linux on systems with UEFI BIOS and Secure Boot.

Here is a gallery of screen shots, walking through how I installed the recently released openSuSE 12.3 on my new Acer Aspire One 725. This system came preloaded with Windows 8 (64-bit), UEFI Bios, Secure Boot enabled, and a GPT-partitioned disk.

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