Hello all, first in advance: -> THANK YOU for taking time & excuse my bad English! I really wanted to get this issue fixed by my own trough searching qubes website, forums, newsgroups and so on... Unfortunately "the graphical installation interface /*still*/ fails to start" :( Current uefi settings: - latest firmware - any legacy on - disabled stuff like camera, bluetooth, and so on (for testing some various more like audio) My last tries were on 4.0.1 rc2 (with Troubleshooting) and some previous Qubes versions with different custom kernel parameters. I also tried an usb2ethernet adapter for vnc install option without success. The next boarder: try using inst.text option and prepare an empty disc with cryptsetup because: "encryption requested for LUKS device nvme0n1p2 but no encryption key specified for this drive." (lsblk & fdisk lists nvme0n1 only) -> do I have to create that device & encryption key how ever? -> does inst.text option needs a kickstart because there is no prompt available for passphrase input during setup? -> will Qubes show an other behavior after the installation regarding graphic issues? After spend a few hours on it I would be very very happy for any hints and support!!!!!!! If I had to guess I would say it depends on event in file X.log row contains 34.992 + 35.068 V_BIOS address * out of range But I have no clue to come along or deal with it... Therefore I collect log files which hopefully will help to clarify and eliminate that nightmare. I kindly ask you please help me get this solved and run Qubes - appreciate it ;) Kind Regards, Fabian
Hello again, does any one have a clue or a hint for me please? Further I would like to know do you think this fits for issue tracker? 1:07:55,633 WARNING kernel:[ 0.000000] ACPI BIOS Warning (bug): Incorrect checksum in table [FACP] - 0x8B, should be 0xBF (20170728/tbprint-211) 21:07:55,636 INFO kernel:[ 0.546000] PCI: Using host bridge windows from ACPI; if necessary, use "pci=nocrs" and report a bug Thank you in advance for effort!! & looking forward to hopefully hearing from you :) Kind Regards, Fabian
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thank you - appreciate it - and I have good news :) but first get back to your questions:
See this thread: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/qubes-users/3YLq1g5JI3c. Can you change the amount of graphics memory in your UEFI config like they mention?
-> I could not change the amount (only possible for intel sgx (...))
It looks like a kickstart file might work, but if you have access to another computer a remote install session might be easiest. See https://groups.google.com/d/msg/qubes-users/-9qRHSkwfy8/pp5KvXjzBwAJ for example. It's hard to say whether Qubes will work or fail to boot with that same error after the installation completes, though.
-> already tried an usb2ethernet adapter for vnc install option without success (no internal nic)
There is already an issue open on it: https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/1161.
-> this issue deviates a bit from my case
Here comes my solution to fix this issue in wrap-up mode cause tldr & long long way short:
My last tries were on legacy settings for uefi / bios. I
reconfigured all the settings back to use modern uefi except
"Secure Boot Mode". If I choose the "deployed mode" it will not
work but in "audit mode" it does!!!!!!! Further I had to edit
bootx64.cfg in iso image like this way:
1. Change xen configuration directly in an iso image
2. Installation freezes before getting to Anaconda (Qubes 4.0) - > Steps 2.-6. did not need
# noexitboot=1 # mapbs=1
After comment this out I was able to enter Anaconda installer in graphical mode with lags (delayed cursor movement). Installation has finished without any errors. Fix for the lags is the latest kernel (4.19.15-1) through test repository (with old kernel there was a "reverting to software rendering" event in Xorg.0.log).
The only thing that has not worked so far is suspend and hibernate.