I've been trying to get suspend/resume working properly for a while now.
It seems that the machine resumes, but there is something stalling CPUs
such that VMs can't be started properly.
If you try it out please let me know.
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So basically, since I'm moving from 4.14 to 4.15, there is a lot of
dependencies e.g. core-libvirt, qubes-vchan-xen and kernel-qubes-vm that
needs to be recompiled against the new xen-devel.
I just missed the warnings about xen-libs not being possible to upgrade.
core-libvirt fails on 3 tests
As another data point:
This is happening in debian-10 as well. However not in debian-11.
On Friday, 19 March 2021 at 20:24:57 UTC+1 awokd wrote:
> Vladimir Lushnikov:
> > Hello,
> > Since updating to latest Whonix 15/Qubes R4.1, I am having issues with
> > sys-whonix not bringing up
Just curious, is xen-acpi-processor module loaded in dom0 (lsmod / modprobe
xen-acpi-processor) and what does xenpm get-cpufreq-para tell you?
On Monday, 29 March 2021 at 16:07:53 UTC+2 jonath...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi there
> I've been using Qubes for about 18 months now, and it's great.
You should take my words with a grain of salt since I'm doing this the
first time around. But anyhow.
Go to https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/qubes-iso-building/ and make sure you
have a Fedora VM to download everything to, and plenty of space.
Download a builder.conf file from
I applied clocksource=tsc tsc=unstable hpetbroadcast=0
https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/6055 to my grub xen cmdline
and the laptop is smooth as butter and really fast.
No need for dom0_max_vcpus=2 or dom0_vcpus_pin.
Managed to get the webcam working as well.
Fix reboots on suspend:
* activate Linux as type of OS in BIOS (enables S3 instead of S2idle)
* add acpi_sleep=nonvs in GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX in /etc/default/grub
* smt=on seems to help
Boot is a bit slow, but doing this after boot solves that, it's possible to
set under GRUB_CMDLINE_XEN_DEFAULT
On Fri, 15 Dec 2017, 20:23 Josef Johansson, <jose...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry, I missed that part of your reply. I was answering both of you :)
> I'll see if I can get Qubes 3.2 running on my T470p in the weekend if
> there's time. My collegue ended up with 4.0 with
Sorry, I missed that part of your reply. I was answering both of you :)
I'll see if I can get Qubes 3.2 running on my T470p in the weekend if
there's time. My collegue ended up with 4.0 with legacy boot to get
everything working, so I just started from there. Using it for critical
work and so far
I would try my path, download rEFInd to another usb-stick and boot the
installer from there.
The only file you need is the EFI-file:
Also, that is an interesting data point as well, the bootx64.efi loader on
the usb install works if it is started
* Disable Secure Boot
* Use rEFInd to boot installation
* To restart and avoid broken LVMs (using thinpool), restart with
`qvm-shutdown --all --wait && sudo reboot`
* DPI is totally off due to awesome screen resolution/XFCE/14" screen.
Fedora just doesn't work with the
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