I know I’ve seen some of these issues posted around different places, so please forgive my if I’m just re-iterating what’s already been discussed I just figured I’d post here, summarizing all of the issues and questions I can think of so far that I’ve been unable to solve yet.
- Sensors doesn’t have as much info (e.g. IIRC in 4.0.4 I could read CPU temperature, in 4.1 it does not appear). Does anyone else experience this? I haven’t seen anyone mention it.
- Suspend doesn’t work because the system never wakes up afterward, and requires full power reset. Tried setting
mem_sleep_default=deepbut it didn’t seem to change anything. A fix it to change SMT (e.g. hyperthreading) setting, which does fix it so it awakes/resumes from suspend, but now I face an issue where qubes appears broken (sys-net, sys-usb, etc… has to be restarted to regain functionality).
And here’s some I’m not sure are 4.1 specific:
3. sys-usb sometimes doesn’t startup after boot, has to be launched manually.
4. An error notification
Denied qubes.InputKeyboard from sys-usb to dom0. appears whenever device connects to sys-usb I think, so I assume that some setting is specified to try and automatically connect to dom0. Where to find and disable this setting?
5. How does the
ask policy work for input devices (keyboard, mouse) and/or sys-usb? When I use the ask policy in
qubes.InputMouse, from what I can tell all it does is make “automatic” attachments fail (hence 4. above), and approve any “manual” attachment requests. Well, I’m not sure if “automatic” and “manual” attachments are fundamentally different actually, but that is the behavior I have experienced. No prompt is given. This might not be qubes
6. Minor thing and maybe xfce and not qubes specific: Is it possible to use keyboard navigation to select/focus the topbar in the XFCE desktop UI (e.g. applications, various windows, workspaces, etc…)?
Any insights to these problems and questions would be much appreciated.
In particular, I’m hoping someone has info about 1. as I haven’t seen anyone talk about it.