[qubes-users] Re: Qubes install on EFI MacBook Pro

2017-01-02 Thread xxdeadseeds
On Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 1:21:54 AM UTC-5, pixel fairy wrote: > On Monday, January 2, 2017 at 11:51:08 AM UTC-8, xxdea...@gmail.com wrote: > > Starting a new thread, as the previous seems to be mislabeled at this point > > (Empty Xen.cfg after install). > > > > Booting from the install

[qubes-users] Qubes install on EFI MacBook Pro

2017-01-02 Thread xxdeadseeds
Starting a new thread, as the previous seems to be mislabeled at this point (Empty Xen.cfg after install). Booting from the install media for Qubes 3.2 works 100%, and so far, I've used the automatic partitioning to do all of the work for me. Anaconda uses a trick for EFI Macs (ie. Macs that

[qubes-users] Re: Xen.cfg file empty after install

2016-12-31 Thread xxdeadseeds
Progress! I did an lsblk and figured out that my "root =" should be root=/dev/sdb2/root (I installed on a USB flash drive). I suppose it makes sense that lvdisplay wasn't coming up with anything, as I hadn't been able to unlock the drives. I now get to the point where I need to enter my

[qubes-users] Xen.cfg file empty after install

2016-12-31 Thread xxdeadseeds
Hi all, I've been struggling to install Qubes on a 2015 Macbook Pro, and I seem to be having a problem similar to others: my Xen.cfg file is empty after the initial Qubes installation. This obviously leaves me with an un-bootable system. I've done quite a bit of poking around, and I stumbled