Re: [qubes-users] USB VM based on fedora-26 doesn't pass block devices

2018-02-27 Thread Tim W
On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 11:32:17 AM UTC-5, Kelly Dean wrote: > awokd writes: > > I wonder if this might be related to a recent patch in testing. Are both > > your dom0 and templates on the same repository (current vs. testing) and > > updated? A recent patch also required a reboot once

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM based on fedora-26 doesn't pass block devices

2018-02-23 Thread Kelly Dean
awokd writes: > I wonder if this might be related to a recent patch in testing. Are both > your dom0 and templates on the same repository (current vs. testing) and > updated? A recent patch also required a reboot once both were updated. Both on current, and both updated, and rebooted since last

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM based on fedora-26 doesn't pass block devices

2018-02-22 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
On Tue, February 20, 2018 5:02 pm, Kelly Dean wrote: > I'm getting the same bug as reported at > https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2018 > > qvm-block -l says the USB device is attached to the appVM. But the appVM > has no /dev/xvdi I wonder if this might be related to a recent patch

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-28 Thread Drew White
Is there any way to assign just one specific USB port to a specific VM? Or assign a storage device to a guest AS a USB device not a physical device? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-28 Thread Drew White
On Wednesday, 28 September 2016 21:07:47 UTC+10, Marek Marczykowski-Górecki wrote: > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > Hash: SHA256 > > On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 07:59:55PM -0700, Drew White wrote: > > On Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:46:10 UTC+10, johny...@sigaint.org > > wrote: > > >

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-28 Thread Drew White
On Wednesday, 28 September 2016 19:35:44 UTC+10, johny...@sigaint.org wrote: > > Hi JJ, > > > > Did some more testing, you were right, I only have 3. > > Hey, that's still pretty handy for separation. > > In Qubes VM Manager, for a chosen VM, you *should* be able to pick a given > PCI USB

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-28 Thread Marek Marczykowski-Górecki
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 07:59:55PM -0700, Drew White wrote: > On Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:46:10 UTC+10, johny...@sigaint.org wrote: > > Pretty sure the answer is "no." You can assign a whole USB bus (which is > > typically a single PCI

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-28 Thread johnyjukya
> Hi JJ, > > Did some more testing, you were right, I only have 3. Hey, that's still pretty handy for separation. In Qubes VM Manager, for a chosen VM, you *should* be able to pick a given PCI USB device and assign it. Only having one USB bus myself, also used for root, I haven't tried this. I

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-27 Thread Drew White
Hi JJ, Did some more testing, you were right, I only have 3. I have 2 bus's on the motherboard... I plugged a USB drive into each set to find out which were which. But that doesn't explain why it isn't working when I even just attach my USB3 card to the USBVM. That alone should work, but it

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-27 Thread Drew White
On Wednesday, 28 September 2016 13:27:17 UTC+10, johny...@sigaint.org wrote: > > Hi JJ, > > > > My PC has 10 USB Bus's. > > My keyboard and mouse are on bus 10, which is PCI device .XX.X and I > > left that one on Dom0. > > Are they 10 separate PCI devices, 10 separate USB buses? > > I'd be

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-27 Thread johnyjukya
> Hi JJ, > > My PC has 10 USB Bus's. > My keyboard and mouse are on bus 10, which is PCI device .XX.X and I > left that one on Dom0. Are they 10 separate PCI devices, 10 separate USB buses? I'd be very surprised if that were the case. But also very impressed, and wanting such a motherboard

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-27 Thread Drew White
On Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:46:10 UTC+10, johny...@sigaint.org wrote: > Pretty sure the answer is "no." You can assign a whole USB bus (which is > typically a single PCI device) to a VM, but you can't split it up beyond > that, other than the default of having dom0 relay specific devices

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-27 Thread johnyjukya
> It may no longer be the case, but it used to be that most USB keyboards > and mice had controllers that also automatically auto-detected and > supported PS/2, with a simple passive passthrough dongle between the > USB->PS/2 connection. > >

Re: [qubes-users] USB VM

2016-09-27 Thread johnyjukya
> I want to get the USB VMs to work, but I use keyboard and mouse via USB, > not PS/2, so it will not permit me to configure it. > > I wish to attach specific USB Ports to Dom0, which is 1 of the bus's. And > the other USB bus's to the USBVM, but I can't find out what device to > attach to Dom0 to