Star Labs Star Book MKVI


layout:
‘hcl’
type:
‘laptop’
hvm:
‘yes’
iommu:
‘yes’
slat:
‘yes’
tpm:
‘unknown’
remap:
‘yes’
brand: |
Star Labs
model: |
StarBook
bios: |
8.21
cpu: |
12th Gen Intel(R) Core™ i7-1260P
cpu-short: |
FIXME
chipset: |
Intel Corporation Device [8086:4621] (rev 02)
chipset-short: |
FIXME
gpu: |
Intel Corporation Device [8086:46a6] (rev 0c) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])

gpu-short: |
FIXME
network: |
Intel Corporation Wi-Fi 6 AX210/AX211/AX411 160MHz (rev 1a)
memory: |
65379
scsi: |

usb: |
1
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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Suspend doesn’t work.

Not been able to try wifi, camera, microphone

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Does the bios/firmware support changing suspend from S0ix to S3?

The current version of Qubes doesn’t support the S0ix mode, but it should get fixed in a future release.

I don’t know much about these things but apparently S0ix depends on IME and as Star Books come with IME turned off by default, it must be S3.

What about 6.1 kernel (kernel-latest package)? Suspend does work on MK V.
What’s the exact behavior? Does it go to sleep (but has issues on resume), or doesn’t go to sleep at all?

OK editing this post, managed to update to kernel 6.1 now.

6.0.12 on this machine causes graphics issues but 6.1 seems fine.

Yes, with 6.1 suspend works. The problem was the waking up again after but that’s now fixed.

add --action=update to the command

Thank you, wish I had known that an hour ago but got there in the end.
Yes, with 6.1 suspend works. The problem was the waking up again after but that’s now fixed.

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@marmarek after a re-install I find that kernel-latest messes up the graphics. Not sure why it worked before. Kernel 5.15 doesn’t have that issue but then suspend doesn’t work so it would be nice to have the latest kernel. Any ideas?

Seems to need

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

Sorry for the delay!

Thank you.
I have been able to test microphone and webcam now (both fine) and have had no problems with either wifi or ethernet. There is a lot of fan noise, which Star Labs have promised to try and fix via a firmware update soon.