[qubes-users] HCL Report

2019-09-13 Thread Kix


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[qubes-users] HCL report

2018-11-19 Thread haaber
Here is my HCL report. My third install attempt was the good one : UEFI 
boot works, but TPM had to be disabled in BIOS (weird: one has to switch 
TPM on to be able to see a "disable" button :)all the Best, Bernhard


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[qubes-users] hcl report

2018-08-24 Thread johannes Lutmayr
Hey,

wanted to contribute as I find this project Awesome:

Troubles:

- The AMD Vega 56 (the report states 64 but it seems to have gotten that
wrong) is not yet supported out of the box, so it was only letting me go in
the text based installer first (which doesnt work, always ran into #2113 ,
as you cant hand over the LUKS password to the installer). Driver support
will only come when kernel 4.15 will be used.
Problem was overcome by installing a second GPU (which I will need anyways
for PCIe pass through)
- Seems like the software based fTPM 2.0 that is integrated in the Ryzen
2600 isnt yet supported (I switched it on in Bios, Windows worked with it),
but I havent looked deeper into it. Is there a final word out there
already, if fTPM is less secure than dTPM?

Thank you guys, and continue your great work.

Johannes Lutmayr

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[qubes-users] HCL report for Lenovo ThinkPad T520 4240-4HG

2018-03-21 Thread yrebstv
Jan Hustak  

Feb 6

Hello, 

See attached. Regarding BIOS settings mentioned in "remark": the 
combination of both VT-d and Discrete Graphics being ON causes the 
installer to freeze. If configured post-install, it causes the OS to 
freeze while booting. 

Turning VT-d OFF allows for installation (with warning) but breaks 
networking and who knows what else. As the remark states, the proper 
configuration is VT-d ON and Discrete Graphics OFF. 

jh 


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Hello, per 
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/qubes-users/TB0r0Qv0yhc/l4e1tsCBAQAJ

I am attempting to install Q4.0 rc5 from a USB drive on a Thinkpad T520
4240-4AU  UEFI BIOS Version 8AET62WW (1.42) 

I note from the HCL Mr.Jan , says to disable "discrete graphics"  (I did
enable VT-d) , If I go to  Config -> Display , there is no reference to
"discrete graphics" it offers 1 option on Boot Display Device  "thinkpad
LCD", Analog VGA , etc 

Further, I have chosen  "UEFI only"  in the Startup-> UEFI/Legacy Boot  
choice  AND
I see no "secure boot" anywhere to disable. 

NOW when I boot off the USB Drive I see the line of penguins and then 
probably all the  loading information  BUT, it is all in warped and
unreadable .  So , I tried Legacy Mode, and it just stops @ a "
failed to load ldlinux.c32"   etc 


I , also , am aware of :
https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/thinkpad-troubleshooting/

but, again there is no "secure boot" option to disable ;  this  USB
stick  *Was  created  with dd if of  ; but the URL doesn't specifically 
reference the T520 .. and the solution looks quite involved 
.. is this my only choice at this stage ?

or is there some "discrete graphics"  to disable that I can't find  ?? 

the HCL Bios version  Mr. Jan  references for 4.0  is  8AET51WW (1.31 ) 
, if anything mine seems to be slightly newer and  should it  have
"discrete graphics" to disable ?


with the graphics messed up,  don't think I can't get to the Intel
HD3000 reference, that seems to be something to be done after
installation in any event?

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[qubes-users] HCL report (success!) - Gigabyte Z170X-UD3, i5-6600K, Nvidia Geforce 1070 | Qubes 4.0-rc4

2018-02-13 Thread Christopher Ludwin
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No problems with this setup at all.

- - Tested 4k and 1080p displays in extended configuration with stock
nouveau drivers and working well.

- - Was able to use a variety of USB devices, attaching them to various
VMs without incident.

- - Sandisk Extreme USB 3.0 128Gb was used as installation media
(prepared using dd).

- - Installation did not interfere/write to any non-targeted drives
(verified absence of issue from 3.2).

- - Audio working fine as well.
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[qubes-users] HCL report for Lenovo ThinkPad T520 4240-4HG

2018-02-06 Thread Jan Hustak

Hello,

See attached. Regarding BIOS settings mentioned in "remark": the 
combination of both VT-d and Discrete Graphics being ON causes the 
installer to freeze. If configured post-install, it causes the OS to 
freeze while booting.


Turning VT-d OFF allows for installation (with warning) but breaks 
networking and who knows what else. As the remark states, the proper 
configuration is VT-d ON and Discrete Graphics OFF.


jh

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[qubes-users] HCL report - Dell Precision 5520

2018-01-31 Thread Yassine
At first couldn't install 4.0-rc3 because of some hardware issues (dual GPU and 
multicore features).
Upgraded the BIOS and modified xen configuration to blacklist nouveau and 
bochs_drm in order have a successful install

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[qubes-users] HCL report for acer aspire v5-572pg

2017-07-24 Thread Oleg Artemiev
Hello.

No sound by dedefault, no vt-d

Though, this is temporary laptop till I'll have fully compatible purism one.
I'ven't removed any numbers. This laptop is obviously not for Qubes.

It's okay to put this onto the Qubes Web HCL.

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Blog keys (the blog is mostly in Russian): http://grey-olli.livejournal.com/tag/

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Qubes release 3.2 (R3.2)

Brand:  Acer
Model:  Aspire V5-572PG
BIOS:   V2.07

Xen:4.6.1
Kernel: 4.4.14-11

RAM:6025 Mb

CPU:
  Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3217U CPU @ 1.80GHz
Chipset:
  Intel Corporation 3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller [8086:0154] (rev 09)

## step w/ loading kernel modules fails, though Qubes OS boots okay failing on 
network.
## sound doesn't work at all.

VGA:
  Intel Corporation 3rd Gen Core processor Graphics Controller [8086:0166] (rev 
09) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])

Net:
  Qualcomm Atheros AR9462 Wireless Network Adapter (rev 01)
  Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit 
Ethernet Controller (rev 14)

## By default this doesn't work - require separated VM for realtec related 
network devices.

SCSI:
  ST320LT020-9YG14 Rev: SDM1
  SanDisk SD6SF1M1 Rev: 200 
  External USB HDD Rev: 1.03

HVM:Active
I/O MMU:Not active
HAP/SLAT:   Yes
TPM:Device not found
Remapping:  no

Qubes HCL Files are copied to: 'dom0'
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[qubes-users] HCL report qubes 3.1

2016-10-26 Thread gris 'Snoz'
Dear Qubes Development Team,

I am a complete noob with qubes and I am still learning to use it properly.

Accordingly I have split my machine between qubes and a debian jessie 8.6. I 
first installed qubes into the top 500GB of the hard disk, then debian into the 
rest. I got the debian installer to write an MBR onto a memory card.

I then hacked qubes' efi environment so i can boot the debian through debian 
efistub.

I still use the debian as my "main" working environment, but intend to move 
gradually over to the qubes side as I learn to use it.

Kind regards and thanks a million for your work!

chris swart



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[qubes-users] HCL report

2016-09-22 Thread 'K.Hutten' via qubes-users
Hi,

Please find my HCL report attached.



Regards,
Kurt Hutten

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