Also, if I go further in the installation using a mouse, I get an error message that says "3 more MB needed on /boot/efi, even though the partition has just been created by the installer himself. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users"
Il giorno mercoledì 24 gennaio 2018 15:27:16 UTC+1, dark...@gmail.com ha scritto: > Hi, > today I tried installing qubes os 4.0 rc3 on my laptop but I'm not able to > use the touchpad inside of the installation process. > What I tried: redownloaded the iso, reflashed multiple times, swapped USB
Thanks for the lenghty response! Indeed the errors were python-code related, but it turns out the problem was in the sys-net domain not starting correctly because of the card reader, which was seemingly seen as a network adapter. Now that I fixed that everything seems to work properly and I'm
I'm back and you were right! There was some efi junk on ssd that once deleted let me install smoothly. Although I'm now facing another issue: when I boot up for the first time, the qubes configuration goes all the way until a point when it gives me a pci-related error (I'll try reproducing it
4.0. I'll try asap. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to
Hi, as per title, when trying to install on a laptop (with new partitions automatically created by the installer) I get this error. I've seen another person with the same problem but he was upgrading qubes, qhereas I'm on a fresh install. Thanks for your help! -- You received this message
Hi, today I tried installing qubes os 4.0 rc3 on my laptop but I'm not able to use the touchpad inside of the installation process. What I tried: redownloaded the iso, reflashed multiple times, swapped USB key, changed bios settings, troubleshooting mode. I also tried using an external usb mouse
Thanks for the support! Altough right now I'm not planning on using a VPN so I might look at that in the future. I'm sorry I probably still can't understand how updates work in Qubes: I set the updateVM to sys-firewall as you said, I tried running sudo yum update in the fedora template and it