I meant qemu-kvm not VirtualBox. I now see this table [1] that claims that Xen 
doesn't support IOMMU on rev.1 of our mobo have, but does on rev.2. I'll 
probably go with the alternative I have in mind then since, unless someone else 
has any ideas.

If not, thanks for the suggestions everyone!



On Monday, 1 October 2018 15:04:34 UTC-4, naas...@gmail.com  wrote:
> Installation went fine except for a libxenlight config error of some kind. I 
> still can't enable IOMMU using either of the approaches described in that 
> Ubuntu thread, even though it successfully worked with raw Linux.
> What boot parameters did you add? I have the earlier rev.1 Sabertooth 990FX 
> mobo that you have.
> I'm not sure there's much advantage in sticking to Qubes without the hardware 
> acceleration over a Linux distro I'm more familiar with that has 
> virtualization working. I can just use accelerated VirtualBox instead of 
> accepting the PV overheads for the workflows I have in mind, but I'd 
> definitely like to use Qubes if I can get this working.
> Sandro
> On Monday, 1 October 2018 13:26:41 UTC-4, Sergio Matta  wrote:
> > Are you suggesting I just proceed with the installation regardless and try 
> > to set these parameters in the grub booting config after I get up and 
> > running?
> > > 
> > > Sandro
> > > 
> > Yes! And even if iommu does not works, you will be able to use Qubes 4 VM 
> > as PV. Networking will need to set up by hand and save those commands in 
> > files to start it automatically.
> > You will have time to solve it or buy another motherboard. Mine is a US$150 
> > used sabertooth 990fx rev.2

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