Hello everyone, As in https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/1673 It looks like PCI Hotplug is disabled by default in Qubes. I just bought a new laptop with thunderbolt port, and I really need PCI hotplug since I attach and detach it from my dockstation multiple times per day. I am aware of the risks of having PCI hotplug enabled, but I do not take my PC out of my house very often, so it is in general quite difficult for someone to have physical access to it. Moreover, I also use thunderbird port blockers (that are just some plastic caps that you stick into your port and can't take out without a particular key). Obviously this solution is still not 100% secure but, all things considered, it is enough for my use case. So, how do I enable PCI hotplug? Do I have to manually compile the kernel? I'm a total noob when it comes to this sort of things so if someone could at least redirect me to a guide to do this I'd really appreciate it!
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