HP Dev One

Remarks

Wifi and audio work great, did not test camera.
The only issue I found is sleep: when awoken from sleep, the screensaver login will be visible but unresponsive, display will occasionally flash black until eventually remaining black permanently, requiring a hard reset.

Attachments

Doesn’t let me upload the attachment

---
layout:
  'hcl'
type:
  'notebook'
hvm:
  'yes'
iommu:
  'yes'
slat:
  'yes'
tpm:
  'unknown'
remap:
  'yes'
brand: |
  HP
model: |
  Dev One Notebook PC
bios: |
  F.04
cpu: |
  AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 5850U with Radeon Graphics
cpu-short: |
  FIXME
chipset: |
  Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD] Renoir Root Complex [1022:1630]
chipset-short: |
  FIXME
gpu: |
  Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Cezanne [1002:1638] (rev d1) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])
gpu-short: |
  FIXME
network: |
  Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8822CE 802.11ac PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
memory: |
  15696
scsi: |

usb: |
  2
versions:

- works:
    'FIXME:yes|no|partial'
  qubes: |
    R4.1
  xen: |
    4.14.5
  kernel: |
    5.15.52-1
  remark: |
    FIXME
  credit: |
    FIXAUTHOR
  link: |
    FIXLINK

---

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If anyone has ideas to fix suspend please let me know. Because the laptop is otherwise great and I have 64gb of RAM on the way.

Thank you @cotito for your HCL report, which is online now!

There’s one issue at GitHub about Ryzen suspend problems. You can find it here:

The author has claimed that with kernel 6.0.0 rc
3, sort of stable suspend/resume could be achieved.

Does this entail building a custom iso?

You can start from building amdgpu driver from source, and do some conf to Xorg to see if this makes suspend “often” work, following instructions in that issue. Then you may build a newer kernel as the author has done to see if this makes suspend “always” work. You can also just wait until 6.0.0 enters qubes testing-repo, and xorg-drv-amdgpu-x11 releases a new version, because the current version in testing-repo just doesn’t work.