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Install QubesOS/Xen Hypervisor on Legion 5 Pro-16ACH6H Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 82JQ

2021-06-16, 9:00 AM

Hello, community. Yesterday I cannot install the QubesOS in Legion 5 Pro-16ACH6H. It's always black screen when I tried to set up, and automatically restart after few minutes,

I've tried to boot with another USB, another type of write image and another app but the same value, even tried to read https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/uefi-troubleshooting/ and find community support with Git and GoogleTeam, but nothing happened. Even I tried to install Qubes from another PC, then plug the NVME back to my laptop and reconfigure the Grub2 but still cannot use it.

Today, I've tried to install Ubuntu and Fedora, and it's work. But the trouble is when I tried to install Xen Hypervisor, I cannot boot into the Linux and Xen Hypervisor kernels, but it's ok for the default Linux kernel. I believe that the trouble is about the Xen Hypervisor is not compatible with the BIOS. Can you please support me on how to install the Qubes on my laptop, please? Thank you.

My laptop is on the lasted Bios version.

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Re:Install QubesOS/Xen Hypervisor on Legion 5 Pro-16ACH6H Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 82JQ

2021-06-16, 17:34 PM

Very technical and specific question, you might get better help on a QubesOS forum, but lets see if anyone else has an idea about this. Thanks.

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Re:Install QubesOS/Xen Hypervisor on Legion 5 Pro-16ACH6H Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 82JQ

2021-06-16, 18:52 PM

Hello all,

 

You can also try viewing our Linux based boards for additional tips on how you can proceed.

Here's the link: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Linux-Operating-Systems/ct-p/lx_en

 

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Re:Install QubesOS/Xen Hypervisor on Legion 5 Pro-16ACH6H Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 82JQ

2021-06-17, 1:48 AM

Thank you. It looks like not only an error for the Qubes, the trouble appears when I install the Xen Hypervisor to the OS. Legion Bios cannot detect the Xen Hypervisor partition with EFI Grub. 
Today I've tried to boot with All In One - System Rescue Toolkit (AiO-SRT_2018-01-02.iso), the trouble is appear again. I think is some kind of specific Boot Partition Legion BIOS cannot detect it, or boot it directly. 
My Bios version is GKCN36WW.

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Re:Install QubesOS/Xen Hypervisor on Legion 5 Pro-16ACH6H Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 82JQ

2021-06-17, 21:52 PM

Hello @akizaizinski,

 

Thanks for the update.

 

Since the machine was only officially tested with Windows 10 and not any Linux builds as seen in this link: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/pd031426-linux-for-personal-systems compatibility is not really guaranteed. You can try posting in our Linux based boards or reaching out to your respective distro's discussion for assistance.

 

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