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On 2016-10-14 15:18, raahe...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 6:16:16 PM UTC-4, raah...@gmail.com wrote:
>> On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 2:36:30 PM UTC-4, Andrew David Wong wrote:
> On 2016-10-13 03:45, Robert Mittendorf wrote:
>>>>> Am 10/13/2016 um 04:50 AM schrieb raahe...@gmail.com:
>>>>>> feature. I use to make menu shortcuts to launch programs in dispvms
>>>>>> inheriting firewall rules. But xfce only lets you edit already existing
>>>>>> rules, not create new ones :( editing a config file is a little too
>>>>>> much effort for me lol.
>>>>> You can edit the rules in Xfce-Dom0 via the Qubes VM Manager?!
>>>>> How can this "feature" be disabled? I want to start a normal DispVM, not
>>>>> a "special" DispVM.....
>>>>> Use Case: Mail VM is only allowed to access Mail-Server. I want to start
>>>>> a Browser in DispVM for urls in Mails.
>>>>> This works fine, but those "special" DispVMs have the same limitations. I
>>>>> want just a normal DispVM like the one started via Dom0. The only way to
>>>>> achieve this afaik is to let the special DispVM connect to NetVM, so no
>>>>> ProxyVM is used. But this means that the DispVM has access to the
> This is precisely the use case I described in issue #1296, which I linked in
> my previous message:
>> couldn't you just use a normal dispvm then? meaning why even launch
>> anything from within an appvm? Just run it from dom0, like the default
>> firefox dispvm menu item.
> only reason i'd launch a program in a dispvm from within an appvm, is to
> inherit its firewall rules.
Starting a new DispVM from dom0 and setting its NetVM is a lot more
labor-intensive than simply clicking a link in an email and having the rest
Andrew David Wong (Axon)
Community Manager, Qubes OS
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