Hello all, I got it running on Intel NUC10FNH and use already latest kernel and network is up and find. Can you give me a hint what you want to tell with " - check GPU driver provides a better resolution (>= full HD display), "
I have already 4k resolution but only software rendering. My xorg.0.log told me: AIGLX error: Calling driver entry point failed. ...reverting to software rendering." I can not find what I have to change. Graphics is lousy. In my EFI - Boot settings at xen.cfg is already (without my changes) options "iommo=no-igfx" and kernel "i915.alpha_support=1" like described May be somebody can help me to fix my graphic. Thank you Stephan Ludovic Bellier schrieb am Sonntag, 26. Juli 2020 um 18:47:02 UTC+2: > [Note: sorry for not replying directly to the original thread, but I > wasn't yet registered to the mailing-list, so I can't do a reply with my > MUA] > > Original copy-paste mail from zhaojx88 (see : > https://groups.google.com/d/msg/qubes-users/vRKrs5ZIg9c/WUepmWP9BwAJ): > > > Thanks for the guidance! > > I also have nuc 10i7fnk. but I have problems installing qubes OS > 4.0. I hope I can get answers from you. > > I Set legecy mode, security booting off, use USB stick to install OS. > > The following warning maseges&error is displayed when booting. > > "WARN anaconda: > /usr/lib64/python3.5/site-packages/pyanaconda/pwpolicy.py:101:PendingDeprecationWarning: > > > add_option is deprecated and will be removed in > > > pykickstart-3. Use add_argument instead. > > op.add.option("--minlen",type="int") > > ...... > > WARN anaconda.stdout:Not asking for VNC because we don't have a network > > ...... > > WARN anaconda:X startup failed: Xorg exited with status 1 > > WARN anaconda.stdout:X startup failed,aborting installation > > ERR anaconda.stdout:X startup failed, aboting installation" > > > > Do I miss setting something in bios or do I need to install the OS > with DVD? > > Thanks a lot! > > zhaojx88, > > you got a *network error*, so may be, you should follow my steps > with a USB Network Interface Controller (aka USB ethernet), because the > internal ethernet card isn't recognized by the default 4.9 linux kernel. > > My BIOS setting: > > Boot (section) > > Secure Boot Disabled > > UEFI Boot Enabled > > Legacy Boot Enabled > > > Secure Boot (sub-section) > > System Mode User > > Secure Boot Disabled > > Not Active (title) > > Secure Boot Mode Standard > > > Boot Priority > > UEFI Boot x (i.e. checked) > > Legacy Boot x (i.e. checked) > > USB x (i.e. checked) > > I used the 4.0.3 ISO from https://www.qubes-os.org/downloads/ on a > USB storage stick. On boot I used the F10 key for choosing the *UEFI* > USB device stick. And I installed Qubes-OS on my SSD with the help of > the Qubes-OS documentation. > > Note also than my first 4GB USB stick was too small for the iso, > finally I used a 32GB stick (but 8GB will be fine). > > If this doesn't resolve your problem, give more information (BIOS > screenshots, when you got the above error message, ...) > > -- > > Ludovic > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/aa263dca-ce6e-429d-bf4a-8edf9fecd393n%40googlegroups.com.