On Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at 5:23:55 AM UTC+3, ver...@riseup.net wrote:
> > Do you know anything about support for this particular hardware in
> > baremetal Linux distributions (like Ubuntu, Fedora)?
> I've successfully installed Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Fedora 22 (in basic graphics
> mode), PC-BSD, OpenBSD, and elementary OS on this Macbook. Ubuntu,
> Xubuntu, and elementary OS were all extremely choppy with Nouveau so I had
> to use the closed-source drivers, but OpenBSD and Fedora 22 ran fine
> without any driver modification.
> > I guess this
> > version of binary nvidia drivers wont work (based on your experience),
> > but maybe there is some way to get open source driver working...
> > Watch this ticket: https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/794
> > I'll be posting there next test images soon - besides EFI support, it
> > also will contain updated kernel (4.1.x) and X drivers.
> Thanks for the tip! I'll definitely try the next image and write an update
> if it ends up working.

Sorry to necro a year-old discussion, but I'd like to ask if any of the 
participants (OP?) have had success with this operation.

I need to get GTX 1070 box sorta kinda working with Qubes 3.2, and permanently 
installing a different GPU or using integrated graphics is, sadly, not an 
option (can use diff GPU as temporary solution in order to get through install 
process tho) ...

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