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BIOS, and the Winmagic (Securedoc)  documentation mentions this limitation 
explicitly. Those are all Windows programs, and I expect Linux could be 
quite a different situation, but in the absence of any visible information 
on the topic, I have no idea. Presumably there would be no interference 
with non-boot partitions, but what about boot partitions? I would leave 
the boot partition unencrypted, but I already signed agreements promising 
FDE for the machines, not realizing that UEFI would make that difficult.

Daniel Feenberg

> Am I wrong?
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