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Old 01-17-2018, 12:34 PM   #61
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@ OP -- I admire your persistence.
A, desperation . Making virtues out of once flaws.
 
Old 01-17-2018, 01:37 PM   #62
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A, desperation . Making virtues out of once flaws.
have you actually bothered to read about operating systems, boot loaders and virtual machines?
Can you actually explain what it is you would hope to achieve?
 
Old 01-17-2018, 02:46 PM   #63
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Eliijah, there is nothing really bad about this entire thread. Mostly good information and help along the way.

It might be time to start posting your new questions on to new threads. The title was much different than the following posts. To be helpful to future readers I'd think each topic should be within a title.
 
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Old 01-17-2018, 02:51 PM   #64
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have you actually bothered to read about operating systems, boot loaders and virtual machines?
Can you actually explain what it is you would hope to achieve?
I have bin running linux windows in VM I figured this out independently because my father wanted to run old windows programs it took a long time tough and it kind for scared me of similar enterprise . And besides this is harder.

Any way this thread was never about that. At first I wanted to run debian from a usb and I have already achieved that.
The new topic is about how to make Qubes work or more precisely configure the network hence you neglected the change in topic and consequently over rested my persistens As the initial goal has be achieved.

Any way I have the correct driver everything sould work jet I get the error message about a missing Kernel and so on. I explain everything explicitly in the last 4 or 5 posts. I think it can be solved we have already figured out what network adapter I have, that the drivers has bin installed, and should be working because there is no error message in dom terminal making the message about missing kernels somewhat paradoxical.

Since you asked: Once every thing is configured im going to run debian with whonix on a usb in a temparary VM in Qubes. However thats only part of the reason why I what Qubs.

I need to make a donation to linux questions by the way .

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Old 01-17-2018, 02:58 PM   #65
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Old 01-17-2018, 03:18 PM   #66
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To find out what DE Qubes is using run this:

Code:
$DESKTOP_SESSION
 
Old 01-19-2018, 03:39 AM   #67
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To find out what DE Qubes is using run this:

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$DESKTOP_SESSION
I just get: Comand not found.
 
Old 01-19-2018, 03:42 PM   #68
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I'm not sure about desktop environment right now. I know there's supposed på be an Ikon for network in the bar but it isn't also i have bin in the syn-net VM can't find anything useful there eather.

but still im getting: failed to load kernel before start but if have the right drives so I guess to do something. but what?
got this message in the desktop environment right after start "Attached new device to dom" /dev/rs0

I typed this command in dom as well as de command line for syn-net VM.

in dom get: there is no such device

when I do the say think in command line for syn-net:

Fist it say “starting syn net VM” (that is in the desktop environment)
and in syn-net VM command line (or rather in a window) I get: internal error Unable to reset PCI device 0000:02:00.0 internal error: active 0000:02:00b device on bus with 0000:02:00.0, not doing bus reset.

What is this?
If the icon for network manager is missing from the bar than I'm not sure how your going to be able to connect to your network.
The only thing I can think of is install the network manager manually.

From your explanation it sounds like the kernel module that is needed is not loading or very possibly that the wrong module is loading first causing the device to not work. I'm not good with fixing that. Try dmesg the driver and see what errors you get if any.
To do that,run dmesg <name of driver>.

As far as the "Unable to reset PCI device" error, your not the only one with this problem in Qubes, I found this, Try this fix:
https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/1393

I'm nearing the end of where I can help you with Qubes because I'm running out of ideas:-

Are you running Qubes in a VM or is it installed to the HDD?
 
Old 01-20-2018, 01:16 PM   #69
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I tride: "dmesg ath9k" just got a long list thar includes Faild to load kernel modules...

Im runing Qubes from a hard drive.

typing only dmesg (no ider what it means I get) som eror Qubes-vm-settings : segfult...


also its posibel to go in the net-vm where an number of devices are listed at this point thise are selected:

VGA Compatibel controller: NVIDA Coporation GF108M ....
Network controler: Qualcomm Atheros AR9289 ....

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Old 01-20-2018, 03:36 PM   #70
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Since you are still getting Failed to load kernel modules the only last thing I can think of is for you to go into Recovery Mode and try these commands.

https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/que...l-modules-f25/

https://forums.fedoraforum.org/showt...rnel-4-8-7-200

What do you get when you run:
Code:
 journalctl -b
LOOK specifically for a line with a PID number that says Failed and post the error.
Finding out which module that is faulty should help.

https://sudhirkhanger.com/2017/02/23...modules-error/

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typing only dmesg (no ider what it means I get) som eror Qubes-vm-settings : segfult...
We would need to see the entire error message from the dmesg log. Generally the errors of what is wrong is at the end of the log but no always.
 
Old 01-20-2018, 03:50 PM   #71
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If those Fedora links doesn't fix the kernel module issue than try installing the current stable version of the Linux kernel which is 4.4.14.

https://www.kernel.org/

If that doesn't fix it: I don't know what will.
 
Old 01-21-2018, 03:54 PM   #72
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If those Fedora links doesn't fix the kernel module issue than try installing the current stable version of the Linux kernel which is 4.4.14.

https://www.kernel.org/

If that doesn't fix it: I don't know what will.
I relay apriciat youre inpout in this thred Im going to go read youre last sugesting carfully as well as going trough the links. And if nothing works I gues I hve to leav it... What do you meanin by reinstalling by the way? should I put the installation file in there with a usb?
Any way Im planing on geting a new laptop theres a big sale going on as well I might just as well se if I can get soem thing good that is compatible with Qubes. And it was the Nvidia network adapter that coste the trubel?
 
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I relay apriciat youre inpout in this thred Im going to go read youre last sugesting carfully as well as going trough the links. And if nothing works I gues I hve to leav it... What do you meanin by reinstalling by the way? should I put the installation file in there with a usb?
Any way Im planing on geting a new laptop theres a big sale going on as well I might just as well se if I can get soem thing good that is compatible with Qubes. And it was the Nvidia network adapter that coste the trubel?
You could try a fresh install but I'm not sure if you will continue to get the same results.

I don't think that the Nvidia card is what's causing the problem. Nvidia makes GPU so it's probably your nic and the kernel module that's either not loading or just not working with that kernel.

Try those links in post # 70. Hope they work for you.
 
  


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