On 10/12/2016 08:26 AM, drew.qu...@gmail.com wrote:
Any updates yet for these issues? (as in updates I don't mean software
updates/patches/fixes, but information on tests done or requests for more
Given the small size of the Qubes dev team, how busy they seem to be,
the randomness of your problem, and its specificity (you seem to be the
only one encountering that issue), I wouldn't count too much on getting
dedicated help. Until Qubes' user base reaches a critical mass where
there is enough advanced users or devs with time to debug specific
issues like yours, it makes sense for the current dev team to focus on
more critical stuff like fixing issues many people encounter or going on
with the development roadmap, which ends up benefiting the whole Qubes
Granted, someone could have answered that they don't have time working
on your issue though.
That said you may get some help if you could reproduce the bug reliably
and show that the bug you're encountering is really because of Qubes,
and not because of XEN or because of your hardware (RAM corruption, bad
PSU, you name it). That would mean wiping Qubes, installing the same XEN
version Qubes uses and setting up a virtualized fc23.
But since your bug is random you'll probably end up spending a lot of
time on trying stuff without any guarantee that your issue will be fixed.
If Qubes is critical for you I would advise buying a laptop/PC that you
know will work with Qubes (that's what I've done - I bought a thinkpad
t450s after spending too much time trying to have Qubes working on my
All of that probably doesn't help you much. It would probably be a good
idea to have "Why does nobody pay attention to my bug report" section in
the wiki/FAQ somewhere.
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