HCL - Dell Lattitude E5570

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Qubes Lovitt

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Feb 19, 2017, 8:49:49 PM2/19/17
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Everything working great so far

-Windows7 HVM template & appvms fine.
-sys-usb fine and able to pass through individual USB devices
-PCI passthrough working (sound, usb, SD card reader) -- will try external thunderbolt 3 GPU enclosure next month and report GPU passthrough results once/if working
-Contacted smartcard working with PGP/Enigmail. Next will try contactless NFC along with -fingerprint scanner and will report any results of where I got that working
-TPM available but booting in UEFI mode so have not tried AEM yet

I believe this notebook should be Qubes 4.0-ready based on what I have seen.

Cheers.  Attached HCL tool YML output.




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Jun 2, 2017, 11:46:51 PM6/2/17
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If you have the touchscreen version of the Dell Lattitude E5570, were
you able to pass the touchscreen back to dom0?

The touchscreen on the lattitude E5570 works great without a usb-vm.

Though other usb devices can be passed via usb-vm just fine, I'm getting
an error with the touchscreen:

"ValueError: Dom0 do not have libvirt object"

As best I can tell, all of the usb devices are on one controller for
this model Dell.

I'm not sure if anyone at all has had luck with touchscreens passed via
usb-vm, or whether the effort has been wholly unsuccessful so far:

https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2281

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Eric Duncan

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Jun 3, 2017, 10:54:47 AM6/3/17
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My Lenovo Thinkpad Helix has the same issue with the touchscreen.

Doesn't matter the number of input devices. The TouchPoint, Trackpad and an logitech unified mouse adapter works perfect fine with 0 configuration.

The Helix has a wacom digitizer, as well as mouse input - so it's really two additional inputs. There are drivers I previously installed per Arch packages when I had arch on it:

xf86-input-wacom

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Lenovo_ThinkPad_Helix

Do we have to build them for dom0 or usb-vm?

Thanks!
-E

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