On February 22, 2018 12:52 PM, Aaron Dough <aaron_do...@protonmail.ch> wrote:
>Hello again, my long overdue update on the matter, now with RC4:
>1. Installing Qubes 4.0 RC4 in UEFI-Mode works fine now :)
>2. No manual adjustment of GRUB needed any more :)
>3. Standby seems to work almost perfectly now. It does need about a minute to
>kick in, and if I unlock my screen in this time frame I'm able to resume from
>standby without any lockscreen, but I can live with that :)
>4. qubesd service doesn't crash anymore :)
> New issue:
> During installation, before the first reboot and basic configuration, the
> system stops with
> [ 1513.579240] reboot: Restarting system
> and doesn't react any more. Cold shutdown and reboot resumes the
> Remaining issues:
> Sys-net still causes trouble. The error-message ("Unable to reset PCI device
> 000:03:00.1") still occurs during installation, and later keeps sys-net from
> starting. Setting pci_strictreset to false mitigates the problem, but doesn't
> make sys-net stable. Particularly the behavior after standby is kind of
> strange, for example it tells me a connection is gone several times, although
> there never was a connection. Also it will not halt properly with
> qvm-shutdown, a qvm-kill is needed. One time a new wired connection appeared
> under a new wired controller, but I've not seen it since.
> Attaching 3:00.0 to sys-net also did not help, instead sys-net would not
> start up any more ("Cannot execute qrexec-daemon").
> So I'm back to disabling ethernet altogether by not attaching 3:00.1 to
> sys-net. This is not a problem at the moment.
> I'll upload the HCL-report in a new post and will try to use RC4 over the
> next weeks.
> Best regards,
Oh, I almost forgot: I was supposed to attach 3:00.0 and 3:00.1 to sys-usb, and
I did that by doing a complete reinstall using the corresponding options. The
results were still the same. Unless of course I made some mistake in the
process. Is it correct that by doing so I'll end up with only one sys-net qube
which is also my usb-qube?
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