On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 04:52:27AM -0400, 'Protonmij' via qubes-users wrote:
> > The most significant fact about my post appears to have been
> > overlooked - my x230 with Coreboot onboard boots all Linux distros
> > I've tried, including;Tails, Debian, Fedora etc. Why does it not
> > boot Qubes? Is there something special I need to do to get Qubes to
> > boot. If so, I suggest Qubes post that installation information to
> > the wider community.- after all Qubes recommended Coreboot in the
> > first place.

Sorry, I did not realize you've had actual installs of the other
distributions. I was assuming you just tried to boot Live ISOs, which
could work even though you have a broken payload/boot loader after

> > From this post https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2553
> > there is a clear acknowledgement from Qubes Developers that there
> > are significant problems with Coreboot/Qubes compatibility.
> > Seemingly, those problems are not being formally acknowledged by
> > Qubes.

In my setup, I have chosen GRUB as the Coreboot payload. Then I copied
my grub.cfg from Qubes and added it to the Coreboot firmware. 

Could you try this and see if it works better?

-- noor

|_|_|O|  Noor Christensen                                  
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