Is there a way to locate the same one for the “PREMIUM” version of the legion 5i? specifically the RTX Invidia 2060… would this work the same or significantly worse? Am i just better off getting a regular Ubuntu driver?
Thanks again. If you don’t mind meandering with me on this thread one final time I would really like your feedback some more. I have come upon the same machine for pennies for what it’s worth and thinking of making it my daily driver with QubesOS (though not having experienced the OS other than the video content and the reading I have done).
What hardware threat level concerns do you perceive having with this machine should it physically be lost, stolen, or worse? Buying a 2013 Lenovo x230 is not on my list of desirable choices being it’s so dated. So with your experiences and usage so far, what measures have you taken to jump start your QubesOS install in this regard? What precautions have you worked around for the hardware compromise at the QubeOS level if any. Think that’s my final questions about this topic and sorry to nag you. I have no real QubesOS friendly hardware lying to experiment with nor do I want to acquire any unless it’s mitigating reasonably privacy threats. Thanks for being a good sport for the barrage of questions! :o)
PS: I would absolutely love a system76 laptop but I don’t think I want to spend that kind of money for something I am sure I would enjoy but that I could mitigate privacy concerns around with some software principles and practices.