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== What to test? ==
 
== What to test? ==
  
Today's installment of Fedora Test Day will focus on [[Features/EFI]].  The objective is to verify that affected components (ie, grub, kernel, efibootmgr) provide the expected UEFI functionality on appropriate hardware (ie, it locates devices, installs, and boots). Fedora 11's UEFI 2.1 implementation has been tested on Intel UEFI-capable systems only; those with access to other vendors UEFI-capable systems are actively solicited to validate their hardware.
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Today's instalment of Fedora Test Day will focus on [[Features/EFI]].  The objective is to verify that affected components (ie, grub, kernel, efibootmgr) provide the expected UEFI functionality on appropriate hardware (ie, it boots).
 
 
Supported Architectures currently are X86 and X86_64. No Fedora 11 compose of IA64 is available.
 
  
 
== Who's available ==
 
== Who's available ==

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