On 02/24/2018 12:55 PM, CMaurice wrote:

Interesting links, thanks. I'm more for blockchain securing that gaming tho.

If you have lots of virtual money on the line I highly recommend a Talos 2 - you can even buy one in bitcoin - OpenPOWER9 is the most secure high performance computing architecture and the T2 is the most secure motherboard.

There are a lot of imitators out there (ex: purism) but what Raptor and IBM are doing for the hardware freedom movement is legitimate.
On Friday, 23 February 2018 10:50:47 UTC, awokd  wrote:
On Fri, February 23, 2018 10:28 am, CMaurice wrote:
Aye, there's no onboard graphics, there's compatibility with VGA or some
sort of pass through for boot and BIOS, not sure.

But anyway, tried 3.2 and that worked fine! So at least I can learn a bit
about Qubes before having to re-install for 4 final.
Glad you got it running at least. I realized after I sent my last email
your Dell probably isn't a laptop or you wouldn't be asking about video

If you are going shopping for one, check out the following in case you
ever want to try pass-through some day.

As always I recommend either a libre hardware/firmware TALOS 2 (OpenPOWER9, maximum security, features, performance and freedom) or a libre firmware KGPE-D16/KCMA-D8 (slow vs the T2 - I use these for x86-64 VM gaming) for video passthrough.

I have bought a variety of closed source firmware devices before that claimed to but didn't actually support IOMMU-GFX, and by getting one of these you also get a BMC platform that is actually receiving security updates. (the D8/D16 have the facebook OpenBMC, whereas the T2 has the IBM OpenBMC which contains more features)

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