Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-08-18 Thread dezzawhiteman
I have exactly the same problem with a Librem 15v3 laptop: hangs with 
blinking cursor. Only boots with 4.19.107.


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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-08-13 Thread Rafael Reis
Tried kernels 5.6.x again and no luck. Still getting the black cursor only 
screen. Still stuck on  4.19.132-1



Em segunda-feira, 3 de agosto de 2020 às 22:05:02 UTC-3, pudding escreveu:

> Update: kernel 4.19.128-1 boots fine on my laptop, but 4.19.132-1 that 
> comes with the newest dom0 update does not. I've set the install_limit 
> to 6 just in case. Will continue observing.
>
>
> pudding
>
>

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-08-03 Thread pudding
Update: kernel 4.19.128-1 boots fine on my laptop, but 4.19.132-1 that 
comes with the newest dom0 update does not. I've set the install_limit 
to 6 just in case. Will continue observing.



pudding

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel, neither on ...128

2020-07-31 Thread Rafael Reis
Quick update: Just ran the latest dom0 updates, kernel 4.19.132-1 booted 
normally. Still haven't tried the 5.6.x kernels again.

Em sexta-feira, 31 de julho de 2020 às 12:44:00 UTC-3, Rafael Reis escreveu:

> Hey, 
>
> Just want to register I've suffered from the same bug. After latest 
> update, got stuck on a single cursor on top of a black screen right before 
> the GUI login box.
> *Got around it by rolling back all the way to kernel 4.19.107-1.* Did it 
> by editing xen.cfg and setting default.
>
> I've been running kernel-latest very steadily for the past few months, and 
> Qubes for almost 2 years now. This was the first time I got a bad update. I 
> had even GPU IOMMU enabled with success. 
> I've share my HCL here before, I run a very well supported Dell Latitude 
> e5470 6th gen quad core 16GB ram.
>
> Hope to hear from Qubes team when it's safe again to go back to newer 
> kernels.
>
> Rafael
> Em quarta-feira, 29 de julho de 2020 às 16:44:11 UTC-3, qu...@ixls.eu 
> escreveu:
>
>> On 7/26/20 12:56 PM, Frédéric Pierret wrote: 
>> > 
>> > 
>> > On 2020-07-26 12:50, qubes via qubes-users wrote: 
>> >> On 6/27/20 6:55 AM, qubes via qubes-users wrote: 
>> >>> On 6/26/20 10:14 PM, Qubes wrote: 
>>  On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote: 
>> > On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote: 
>> >> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new 
>> CPU 
>> >> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it 
>> is 
>> >> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS 
>> decryption 
>> >> screen. 
>> >> .. 
>> > 
>> > Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update. 
>> > 
>> > 
>> > 
>>  That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup. 
>>  
>> >>> 
>> >>> As pudding said, you can boot the old kernel, thank spaghettimonster. 
>> >>> But what is the real cause of the problem? 
>> >>> Can I do something about it or will the next Dom0-Update fix this 
>> >>> problem? Shall I reinstall the .125-Kernel? 
>> >>> Or - worst case scenario - will newer kernels stop working on this 
>> >>> laptop in the future anyway? 
>> >> 
>> >> 
>> >> The newest kernel (128) won't boot neither :-( 
>> >> So I am still using 4.19.107. 
>> >> But on next update I will be out. (unless I can "preserve" the old 
>> kernel) 
>> >> 
>> > 
>> > In dom0, edit /etc/dnf/dnf.conf and change install_limit=3 to higher 
>> number to keep more kernel versions installed. Have you tried also 
>> kernel-latest? It's 5.7.X version. 
>> > 
>>
>> Thanks for the advice. Or simply I don't do an update :-) 
>>
>> > You say that you have black screen since kernel 4.19.125? 
>>
>> True. Just a blinking cursor. 
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel, neither on ...128

2020-07-31 Thread Rafael Reis
Hey, 

Just want to register I've suffered from the same bug. After latest update, 
got stuck on a single cursor on top of a black screen right before the GUI 
login box.
*Got around it by rolling back all the way to kernel 4.19.107-1.* Did it by 
editing xen.cfg and setting default.

I've been running kernel-latest very steadily for the past few months, and 
Qubes for almost 2 years now. This was the first time I got a bad update. I 
had even GPU IOMMU enabled with success. 
I've share my HCL here before, I run a very well supported Dell Latitude 
e5470 6th gen quad core 16GB ram.

Hope to hear from Qubes team when it's safe again to go back to newer 
kernels.

Rafael
Em quarta-feira, 29 de julho de 2020 às 16:44:11 UTC-3, qu...@ixls.eu 
escreveu:

> On 7/26/20 12:56 PM, Frédéric Pierret wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > On 2020-07-26 12:50, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
> >> On 6/27/20 6:55 AM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
> >>> On 6/26/20 10:14 PM, Qubes wrote:
>  On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
> > On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
> >> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new 
> CPU
> >> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
> >> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS 
> decryption
> >> screen.
> >> ..
> >
> > Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.
> >
> >
> >
>  That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.
> 
> >>>
> >>> As pudding said, you can boot the old kernel, thank spaghettimonster.
> >>> But what is the real cause of the problem?
> >>> Can I do something about it or will the next Dom0-Update fix this
> >>> problem? Shall I reinstall the .125-Kernel?
> >>> Or - worst case scenario - will newer kernels stop working on this
> >>> laptop in the future anyway?
> >>
> >>
> >> The newest kernel (128) won't boot neither :-(
> >> So I am still using 4.19.107.
> >> But on next update I will be out. (unless I can "preserve" the old 
> kernel)
> >>
> > 
> > In dom0, edit /etc/dnf/dnf.conf and change install_limit=3 to higher 
> number to keep more kernel versions installed. Have you tried also 
> kernel-latest? It's 5.7.X version.
> > 
>
> Thanks for the advice. Or simply I don't do an update :-)
>
> > You say that you have black screen since kernel 4.19.125?
>
> True. Just a blinking cursor.
>
>
>
>
>
>

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel, neither on ...128

2020-07-29 Thread qubes via qubes-users
On 7/26/20 12:56 PM, Frédéric Pierret wrote:
> 
> 
> On 2020-07-26 12:50, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
>> On 6/27/20 6:55 AM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
>>> On 6/26/20 10:14 PM, Qubes wrote:
 On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
> On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
>> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
>> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
>> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
>> screen.
>> ..
>
> Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.
>
>
>
 That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.

>>>
>>> As pudding said, you can boot the old kernel, thank spaghettimonster.
>>> But what is the real cause of the problem?
>>> Can I do something about it or will the next Dom0-Update fix this
>>> problem? Shall I reinstall the .125-Kernel?
>>> Or - worst case scenario - will newer kernels stop working on this
>>> laptop in the future anyway?
>>
>>
>> The newest kernel (128) won't boot neither :-(
>> So I am still using 4.19.107.
>> But on next update I will be out. (unless I can "preserve" the old kernel)
>>
> 
> In dom0, edit /etc/dnf/dnf.conf and change install_limit=3 to higher number 
> to keep more kernel versions installed. Have you tried also kernel-latest? 
> It's 5.7.X version.
> 

Thanks for the advice. Or simply I don't do an update :-)

> You say that you have black screen since kernel 4.19.125?

True. Just a blinking cursor.





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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel, neither on ...128

2020-07-26 Thread Frédéric Pierret


On 2020-07-26 12:50, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
> On 6/27/20 6:55 AM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
>> On 6/26/20 10:14 PM, Qubes wrote:
>>> On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
 On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
> screen.
> ..

 Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.



>>> That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.
>>>
>>
>> As pudding said, you can boot the old kernel, thank spaghettimonster.
>> But what is the real cause of the problem?
>> Can I do something about it or will the next Dom0-Update fix this
>> problem? Shall I reinstall the .125-Kernel?
>> Or - worst case scenario - will newer kernels stop working on this
>> laptop in the future anyway?
> 
> 
> The newest kernel (128) won't boot neither :-(
> So I am still using 4.19.107.
> But on next update I will be out. (unless I can "preserve" the old kernel)
> 

In dom0, edit /etc/dnf/dnf.conf and change install_limit=3 to higher number to 
keep more kernel versions installed. Have you tried also kernel-latest? It's 
5.7.X version.

You say that you have black screen since kernel 4.19.125?

Best,
Frédéric

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel, neither on ...128

2020-07-26 Thread qubes via qubes-users
On 6/27/20 6:55 AM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
> On 6/26/20 10:14 PM, Qubes wrote:
>> On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
>>> On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
 I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
 hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
 stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
 screen.
 ..
>>>
>>> Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.
>>
> 
> As pudding said, you can boot the old kernel, thank spaghettimonster.
> But what is the real cause of the problem?
> Can I do something about it or will the next Dom0-Update fix this
> problem? Shall I reinstall the .125-Kernel?
> Or - worst case scenario - will newer kernels stop working on this
> laptop in the future anyway?


The newest kernel (128) won't boot neither :-(
So I am still using 4.19.107.
But on next update I will be out. (unless I can "preserve" the old kernel)





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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-26 Thread qubes via qubes-users
On 6/26/20 10:14 PM, Qubes wrote:
> On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
>> On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
>>> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
>>> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
>>> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
>>> screen.
>>> ..
>>
>> Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.
>>
>>
>>
> That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.
> 

As pudding said, you can boot the old kernel, thank spaghettimonster.
But what is the real cause of the problem?
Can I do something about it or will the next Dom0-Update fix this
problem? Shall I reinstall the .125-Kernel?
Or - worst case scenario - will newer kernels stop working on this
laptop in the future anyway?


> You should be able to get your files off of the disk. I am sure I read a
> procedure in the documentation to mount the encrypted volume elsewhere
> to recover your data. I have not checked if it is possible to decrypt
> the drive while connected elsewhere, whether that is internal or
> connected externally with USB. Or even booted with live media or
> something like tinycore.
> 

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-26 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
Qubes:
> On 6/26/20 10:17 PM, 'awokd' via qubes-users wrote:
>>> Should be able to boot with an older kernel.
>>> https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/software-update-dom0/#changing-default-kernel
>>>
> 
> That requires decrypting and booting, but the boot failing and you going
> to a recovery screen from where you can change to an older kernel. You
> cannot change anything while it is encrypted.
> 
/boot is not encrypted, and can be edited by booting the computer from
another OS. Xen.cfg is straight-forward to edit. Grub.cfg can also be
edited, but I don't know what changes to make if you haven't enabled
submenus previously.

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-26 Thread Qubes

On 6/26/20 10:17 PM, 'awokd' via qubes-users wrote:

Should be able to boot with an older kernel.
https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/software-update-dom0/#changing-default-kernel


That requires decrypting and booting, but the boot failing and you going 
to a recovery screen from where you can change to an older kernel. You 
cannot change anything while it is encrypted.


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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-26 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
Qubes:
> On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:
>> On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
>>> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
>>> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
>>> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
>>> screen.
>>> ..
>>
>> Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.
>>
>>
>>
> That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.
> 
> You should be able to get your files off of the disk. I am sure I read a
> procedure in the documentation to mount the encrypted volume elsewhere
> to recover your data. I have not checked if it is possible to decrypt
> the drive while connected elsewhere, whether that is internal or
> connected externally with USB. Or even booted with live media or
> something like tinycore.
> Should be able to boot with an older kernel.
https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/software-update-dom0/#changing-default-kernel

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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-26 Thread Qubes

On 6/26/20 9:49 PM, qubes via qubes-users wrote:

On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:

I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
screen.
..


Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.




That is a real problem. I guess it is game over without a backup.

You should be able to get your files off of the disk. I am sure I read a 
procedure in the documentation to mount the encrypted volume elsewhere 
to recover your data. I have not checked if it is possible to decrypt 
the drive while connected elsewhere, whether that is internal or 
connected externally with USB. Or even booted with live media or 
something like tinycore.


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Re: [qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-26 Thread qubes via qubes-users
On 6/13/20 5:36 PM, pudding wrote:
> I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU
> hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is
> stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption
> screen. 
> ..

Same problem on Lenovo t460 but "standard" repo/update.



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[qubes-users] Qubes Won't Boot with 4.19.125-1 Kernel

2020-06-13 Thread pudding
I updated dom0 from the security-testing repo today due to the new CPU 
hardware bug. After finishing update and rebooting my laptop, it is 
stuck on the black screen forever, and will not load the LUKS decryption 
screen. I have to go to the advanced options and select 4.19.107-1 
kernel in order to boot normally. My laptop is a Librem 15v3. Is there 
any way to fix this? Thanks!


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