New to Qubes and Linux in general so please bear with me. I’ve easily installed Qubes onto a new Thinkpad T14s 2nd Gen. However, I’ve a couple things going on that I’m not finding clear direction on…
during install I received an error along the lines of:
/usr/bin/qvm-start, sys-firewall failed
unable to reset PCI device, no FLR, PM reset or bus reset available
i have no wifi in my network connections once I run sys-net
Based on my research, the only thing I’ve been able to figure to try was:
in Devices tab for sys-net I set the Wi-Fi network controller (an AX201) to strict reset
Also, not sure if or how related but, in sys-firewall settings there was a yellow warning icon next to Net Qube that stated the disposable template which sys-firewall was based on (debian-11-dvm) should be set to “none” so I did change the debian-11-dvm template’s Net Qube to “none” which ended up clearing that error/warning in sys-firewall.
Ah. Oops. Okay, I moved the file over to debian-11 and ran the install but received the same output with the same error at the end. If that error doesn’t prevent the install, how can I confirm it was properly installed?
I found this post which had a similar challenge in that wifi was not appearing in connections…
However, their error stemmed from switching sys-net templates from fedora to debian. I’m having the same issue but on a fresh install and, per the above posts, can see that sys-net is recognizing my wifi network controller but still nothing in Connections. Based on this, I’m guessing there’s a permissions issue still somewhere then?