I wanted to knife if you could make my device also compatible. Below you 
can find with all of my hardware info.

Le jeudi 12 octobre 2017 à 18:58:29 UTC, Paul Mosier a écrit :

> Hello,
> I'm happy to report that Lenovo 720 will run Qubes.  HCL report is 
> attached.
> Some notes about getting the machine running:
> * The SATA controller must be set to AHCI in the BIOS to enable legacy 
> boot.  Qubes 3.2 comes with Xen 4.6.6, which doesn't play nice with a pure 
> UEFI boot.
> * Also because of the above, after install you will need to adjust the 
> default EFI configuration with the instructions here: 
> https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/uefi-troubleshooting/#boot-device-not-recognized-after-installing
> * Change dom0 to use the 4.9 kernel to get all the hotkeys & touchscreen 
> working.  Drop the kernel & initrd files into /boot/efi/EFI/BOOT and change 
> the top entry of BOOTX64.cfg to use this kernel instead.
> * The kernel appears to recognize the camera & Bluetooth, but I haven't 
> been able to get them to work yet.  Probably some configuration issue on my 
> part.
> * Screen rotation does not appear to work.  The ideapad_laptop kernel 
> module raises an uncaught event when the screen is folded all the way back 
> (ie. for tablet mode).  So there's the possibility this will work in the 
> future, but not right now.
> * No TPM chip for AEM.
> Everything else works great.
> - Paul M

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