Is this really a true news that uefi only supported in fedora37

Then what will others do who don’t have uefi support.

What this devices do when they want to reinstall f37 or they have to switch to a other distro.
Edit : i think it was well defined in that website but anyway i want to know will fedora really depreciate legacy bios support replacing new uefi only for installation then what will happen to the devices not have that uefi.?!

Hi @frankjunior! Can you please be a little more specific with your post titles? (And, ideally, more careful with typos, like “This this?”)? The title of a post should be descriptive enough so that someone seeing it in a list of topics knows whether it’s something they’re interested in.

As it is, I’m not quite sure what you’re asking, or what discussion you’d like to have. You should be able to edit the topic and post to make that more clear. Thanks!

Sorry about that i did missed here

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So, this is a Change Proposal. It follows the process explained here: Changes policy :: Fedora Docs

At this point, this proposal is under discussion on the Fedora devel list. Anyone in Fedora can propose such a change, and when the proposal is properly formatted, the Fedora Program Manager (currently Ben Cotton) posts it for feedback. In this case that thread is Fedora devel list: F37 Change: Deprecate Legacy BIOS (System-Wide Change proposal).

Things like “what will happen” should be covered in the proposal itself. In this case, the suggestion is that current systems will continue to work, but that new installs will be UEFI only starting with F37, which is due to be released in October.

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Uefi by default is acceptable. Uefi or no install for you, is not. Way too much non uefi hardware out there still.