On 12/27/2017 10:35 AM, juh wrote:
It should work, worst case scenario if dell didn't implement
virtualization tech properly as coreboot supports sandy/ivy bridge with
open source init (and ME cleaner to nerf but not disable ME) you use
coreboot autoport tool to make a coreboot port for it.
the Dell XPS 850 Desktop does not show up in the HCL. It is several
years old and has an Intel® Core™ i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz × 8
There is a LITEONIT LMT-32L3M (LWDA) with 32 GB SSD and a 2TB hard disk.
Has anyone installed Qubes on this model?
I can install an additionally 120 GB SSD to install Qubes.
Now my question on how to proceed.
Where shall I install Qubes? On the 32 GB LITEONIT or on a new 120 GB SSD?
The 120GB SSD obviously 32GB is risky business.
Yeah you can although for maximum performance you should use an SR-IOV
HBA, assign the disk to a VF and the VF to the VM.
The xen (and KVM) emulated disk stuff is slow and the I/O is even slower
I have never been able to figure out how to make it not suck.
I don't need more than 120 GB for daily work.
I would like to use the 2TB for mass data (Videos, Pictures, Music).
Can I just mount the hard disk from one VM or how does this work?
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