After first experiencing moderate graphics glitching and Wifi issues, I:
- updated the kernel to 5.15.89 using qubes-dom0-update kernel-latest, and
- followed the instructions in this topic
Afterward, everything worked well.
NOTE: I have not tested using the originally-spec’ed Realtek RTL8852AE Wifi/BT card, as they put the wrong one in anyway, so I replaced it with an Intel AX200NGW, even before I installed Qubes.
I have been using this laptop as a daily driver for QubesOS for several weeks with otherwise good results.
As with many reports here, suspend doesn’t work, although I don’t use it so I have not done extensive troubleshooting yet.
I have a daisy-chained 2 dock/hub setup out of the full-functioned USB-C port, which VERY happily drives 3x 1920x1080 monitors in addition to the integrated 1920x1080, gigabit networking, and an external SSD in addition to several additional USB A ports. All USB devices are recognized perfectly by in the Qubes devices widget. During normal use under this setup, the dom0 CPU usage sits at about 2-5% (20-50% of 1 core).
--- layout: 'hcl' type: 'notebook' hvm: 'yes' iommu: 'yes' slat: 'yes' tpm: 'unknown' remap: 'yes' brand: | HP model: | HP ProBook 450 15.6 inch G9 Notebook PC bios: | U85 Ver. 01.03.02 cpu: | 12th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-1255U cpu-short: | Intel Core i7-1255U chipset: | Intel Corporation Device [8086:4601] (rev 04) chipset-short: | Alder Lake gpu: | Intel Corporation Device [8086:46a8] (rev 0c) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller]) gpu-short: | Intel Iris Xᵉ Graphics network: | Intel Corporation Wi-Fi 6 AX210/AX211/AX411 160MHz (rev 1a) Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 15) memory: | 16016 scsi: | usb: | 2 versions: - works: 'yes' qubes: | R4.1 xen: | 4.14.5 kernel: | 6.1.7-1 remark: | Updated Kernel to 5.15.89 to resolve graphics and wifi issues. credit: | lxwagno link: | stuff.wagno.info ---