Thank you for the answers,Below i reply in bold.

Happy new year everyone!

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On Thursday, December 26, 2019 12:24 PM, 'awokd' via qubes-users 
qubes-users@googlegroups.com wrote:

> > > > Dec 15 20:52:30 dom0 systemd-modules-load[195]: Failed to find module 
> > > > 'uinput'
> > > > ( found info on kernel.org stating this module is for user input, is it 
> > > > normal that the module is not present? )
> > 

> > > No, it is present on mine.
> > 

> > i do not know how to solve this, i have seen some answers on github related 
> > to permissions, are these permissions correct? This is the second reinstal 
> > of Qubes 4.0.2-preview3
> 

> Didn't realize you were running rc3. Have you tried 4.0.1?

I installed 4.0.1 in the beginning of the month, rc3 was not available yet, and 
i had an even worse message on journalctl:
Kernel: [drm:intel_cpu_fifo_underrun_irq_handler [i915]] *ERROR* CPU pipe A 
FIFO underrun
After rc3 was made available, i installed it and the message  this CPU pipe 
FIFO underrun was not in the logs anymore. But all the other messages are there 
still.

> In which log
> are you seeing the above error?

This message is from journalctl -ax and persisted after installation at 
everyboot until today for 3 weeks.

> > Dec 22 16:29:16 dom0 systemd-modules-load[540]: Inserted module 'uinput'
> 

> OK, so it's working on yours too.
> 

> > Dec 22 16:29:12 dom0 systemd[1]: Failed to start Load Kernel Modules.
> > -- Subject: Unit systemd-modules-load.service has failed
> > -- Defined-By: systemd
> > -- Support: http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel
> > 

> > -- Unit systemd-modules-load.service has failed.
> 

> > These messages are not so detailed on the causes on which the error 
> > ocurred. Is there a way to get more info, like turning on a debug mode on 
> > boot or something?
> 

> Ignore this error. It does not impact Qubes functionality.

Qubes is working fine, but due to the problems i had already with this machine 
before, after several reinstalls, including the worrying journalctl message 
"CPU pipe A FIFO Underrun" mentioned above; since 'uinput' is related to 
keyboard and mouse and it is failing, how can i be sure the version that is 
being loaded is not somehow tainted? Because it fails on first try, right? 
'uinput' deals with keyboard and mouse and although they work fine, they seem 
to be perfect for logging user activity ( keyboard and mouse ).

> > > > Dec 15 20:52:37 dom0 xenstored[1267]: Checking store complete.
> > 

> > > > Dec 15 20:52:38 dom0 udisksd[1497]: Acquired the name 
> > > > org.freedesktop.UDisks2 on the system message bus
> > > > Dec 15 20:52:38 dom0 udisksd[1497]: Error loading modules: Error 
> > > > opening directory '/usr/lib64/udisks2/modules': No such file or 
> > > > directory
> > 

> > > Did you install something in dom0? Generally, you should not. Uninstall
> > > it or reinstall Qubes and the error should go away.
> > 

> > I did not install anything on dom0 ( how do i find what was supposedly 
> > installed, is there a way? )
> > This are the logs from installing the latest preview3 of 4.0.2. I installed 
> > it twice, the logs are the same, do you think reinstalling it will solve?
> 

> Ignore the install logs unless you're troubleshooting an installation
> issue. Instead, reference the log from a recent boot, and see if those
> errors you mentioned are still present (apart from the
> "systemd-modules-load.service has failed".)

All the errors are still happening since install. I am sorry to insist, but the 
'uinput' error is the one that worries me more, pardon my ignorance and thus 
the question:
How can i check the signature of the module loaded? Is it possible?

Thank you very much for your help.

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