Untangle NG Firewall Feature Requests
Untangle installation on motherboards with only UEFI -no legacy BIOS (example: MITAC PD10AI-N3350). Many thanks.
Definately needs this to stay competitive with other router software. Easy to implement. Grub-efi is already on the USB media.
News Flash.... Intel is phasing out the Legacy boot option we're all used to using for our own builds on whatever machine you love building with (dell, hp, etc..). Untangle team, when is UEFI going to be supported???? Time is running out.
This is definitely needed. My new board has no legacy boot support as Intel is forcing UEFI for most newer motherboards.
This 100% needs to be implemented asap.I wanted to try this but my Supermicro server I use as a router doesnt support Legacy installs... As such I'm outta luck.
It will be support when Untangle is based off of Debian 10.x. Any timeline for that?
We purchased 9 Dell computers to replace our existing Untangle installs on all 9 sites. Checked in months ago and were told the fix was in the works. What is the status? Newly manufactured systems are not compatible. What is the time frame before this gets fixed?
With Intels push to remove bios boot on future chipsets, its imperative that you guys adopt uefi boot soon.
Been asking about this for over a year. New systems are not compatible with your product. Does not seem you want to support users using their own devices. I need to know goal date or will be forced to change products. Its been over a year of "we don't know when".
super excited for this one i just put 15 in my hyper-v and it rocks but if you do this i can make it a gen2 hyper-v and that will be so much cooler !!!! thanks for an amazing product ! and glad u have techs support with the great Tiffany and shawn who are very helpful ( tiffany again thanks for your support and patience remember when i was making my own APs with unix and kept bugging you? omg yeah that a huge mess and went better when i decide to just get normal aps like everyone else)
If you have a purely UEFI bootable device like I do with no legacy boot option you can install Untangle (Debian) first and once the install is finished you can install Ubuntu and choose the dual boot option and then change the default OS that boots via Grub customizer in order to boot the Untangle OS first.
I read in a forum post somewhere else today that they were going to support UEFI boot w/ Debian 10, which came w/ the latest 15.1 upgrade. So, technically I think it should be supported now?
"UEFI BOOT SUPPORT" (suggested by Mark Davis on 2019-12-14), including upvotes (4) and comments (1), was merged into this suggestion.
Do to the lack of UEFI support, I was forced ( due to hardware upgrades) to swap from Untangle, MY FAV!, to ipfire. Can anyone tell us when UEFI support will be baked in?
Thanks for the feedback and votes. This is coming. It's currently available as a Alpha test version on forums.untangle.com. If you go to the Community Testing area, https://forums.untangle.com/intro-community-testing/9183-how-become-member-testing-community.htmlyou can join our test community for this alpha. This feature is planned for our 16.0 release which will be available later this year. We'll be glad if you try it out and post any feedback on our forums.
Tested on a QOTOM-Q355G4, The installer locks up at the menu for selecting a graphical installer or text based. Version 15 installed and runs without issue.
NG Firewall 16 is now available and includes UEFI support. Please check our changelog for notes: https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/16.0.0_-_16.0.1_Changelog
Version 16 still locks up At the untangle UEFI installer screen. When installing via USBQotom Mini PC Q355G4
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