Oct 14, 2020 14:44:38 Stumpy <stu...@posteo.net>:

> I have recently had to reinstall qubes and I am at the point for making a 
> sys-usb. I have a desktop and a usb keyboard so I thought I had previously 
> just created one via sudo qubesctl state.sls qvm.sys-usb made it so it would 
> NOT start on boot up and I would manually start it after logging in... well I 
> just tried that and... locked myself out when i rebooted. I am 99.999% sure i 
> selected for it to not start up at boot via qubes settings but I just want to 
> make sure that the steps I (think) I took should leave me with a usable 
> system... if yes i will assume that I had a brain fart and actually didnt set 
> the sys-usb to not boot at startup.
> Thx!
> -- 
Pretty sure qubes automatically locks usb input without that vm active, so you 
need it to start automatically, there's probably a way to fix that through a 
rescue terminal or something, but I'd have to look into exactly how that would 
be done... since it's based on fedora you could probably;

Add rd.break at the end of kernel options
mount -o remount,rw /sysroot
chroot /sysroot
qvm-prefs sys-usb autostart False


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