Suspend works. Resume doesn’t. The power button just flashes tauntingly. Must be a BIOS issue I hope will eventually be fixed.
Initial install of 4.1.2 was hit by the “graphics really slow” issue, but reinstall with latest kernel boot-time option works fine.
I run a self-built version of the
i3 wm (per Has anyone installed i3wm 4.22). This more or less re-installed from the copy I found in dom0 after I re-installed from backup.
My prior system was a NUC10i5FNH4 with 32GB memory. I restored a recent backup from that system and it took a few hours to tweak things back to how I like it with
I don’t connect over WiFi but the WifiNetworks>AvailableNetworks displays my two Wifi SSIDs.
I also do not have a 2.5Gb ethernet switch but can attest to 1Gb connexion working.
--- layout: 'hcl' type: 'mini pc' hvm: 'yes' iommu: 'yes' slat: 'yes' tpm: 'unknown' remap: 'yes' brand: | Intel(R) Client Systems model: | NUC13ANHi5 bios: | ANRPL357.0027.2023.0607.1754 cpu: | 13th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-1340P cpu-short: | FIXME chipset: | Intel Corporation Device [8086:a707] chipset-short: | FIXME gpu: | Intel Corporation Device [8086:a7a0] (rev 04) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller]) gpu-short: | FIXME network: | Intel Corporation Device 51f1 (rev 01) Intel Corporation Device 125c (rev 04) memory: | 65084 scsi: | Samsung SSD 870 Rev: 2B6Q usb: | 4 versions: - works: 'yes' qubes: | R4.1 xen: | 4.14.5 kernel: | 6.3.9-1 remark: | Suspend "works". Resume does not. Just reflashed BIOS from 0026 to 0027, so perhaps.... credit: | QubesAnon link: | https://FIXLINK.example.com/InterestingStuff.html#wtf? ---