A topic of the topic in the devel list
those who want to try:
1: git clone -b master-fepitre https://github.com/fepitre/qubes-builder
2: use the builder-R3.3.conf joined to this message
3: make qubes template iso
With the help of Awokd I managed to boot each version by using
"xen-pciback.hide=(PCI address of the discrete GPU)" and the small grub fix for
I was planning on using 4rc3 but the VM setup on first boot always fails to
create sys-net because of a libxenlight error. I can still
Hi Emil, thank you very much for your report.
Regarding Qubes 3.2 : at the Qubes HCL list I wrote:
"after Qubes R3.2 installation it cant boot - cant reach GRUB Boot Menu
because MBR (or GRUB) is corrupted. Use grub2-install to fix it (read more)
Everything else is OK "
On Saturday, 30 December 2017 15:51:14 UTC+2, ra...@ralphdouglass.com wrote:
> Here's a script that should do the trick (run in dom0):
> $ cat create-mirage-firewall-vm
> qvm-create \
> --property kernel=mirage-firewall \
> --property kernelopts=None \
One simple question: is it possible to setup Qubes OS with detached LUKS
header and store it on bootable USB key?
Tried custom installation, but seems that the GUI thingie doesn't recognize
LUKS partition without the header :(
With archlinux this was a breeze.
You received this
It looks like PCI Hotplug is disabled by default in Qubes. I just bought a new
laptop with thunderbolt port, and I really need PCI hotplug since I attach and
detach it from my dockstation multiple times per day.
Just another note: I have found that the laptop has accelerometers and they can
be used for autorotation with a simple script:
I've tuned it a bit, so it does not configure touchpads. I use an external
Here's a script that should do the trick (run in dom0):
$ cat create-mirage-firewall-vm
--property kernel=mirage-firewall \
--property kernelopts=None \
--property memory=32 \
--property maxmem=32 \
--property netvm=sys-net \
On Friday, December 29, 2017 at 3:51:47 AM UTC-5, Roy Bernat wrote:
> On Monday, 25 December 2017 09:20:02 UTC+2, Roy Bernat wrote:
> > On Sunday, 24 December 2017 16:24:37 UTC+2, donoban wrote:
> > > On 12/24/2017 12:57 PM, Roy Bernat wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Hi
> > > >
> > > > Not seems to
While both mouse and touchscreen have some similarities (both are pointing
devices), there are also some important differences:
First, mouse reports relative movements, while touchscreen reports absolute
positions of touch.
Second, mouse reports two different types of events (movement and
Thank you very much! Luckily, when the people search, your posts and
posts like this are among the top results:
"There are severe privacy, security and freedom issues with these
laptops, due to the Intel chipsets that they use"
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