On Monday, October 8, 2018 at 8:10:17 AM UTC-6, awokd wrote:
Now, for the actual question. :) The installer reports missing
IOMMU/VT-d/AMD-Vi, however the machine's motherboard is an Intel Celeron N3350
which, according to
should have VT-d (unless it needs a specific kind of VT-d?). I am not sure
about IOMMU, perhaps it is missing. Does the error message list those as
alternatives of the same thing? Or is it that I may have VT-d but not IOMMU,
and the error just lists them all if just one has not been detected?
Did you enable the possibly multiple virtualization options in your UEFI
There are actually no virtualization options in my UEFI config. I do get to
turn off secure boot and some TSC stuff, but not much else. There's no vmx flag
in /proc/cpuinfo (less that file after ctrl+f2 during installation), but
apparently Qubes is not complaining about a lack of VT-x. There is a hypervisor
It's possible your CPU supports the features, but not your motherboard's
chipset and/or UEFI. Not having any options in the config for it is
generally a bad sign. Check to see if there's a firmware update
available for your board. VT-d implies there's at least one IOMMU, and
VT-x is present on everything with VT-d.
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