On Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 5:47 PM, Marek Marczykowski-Górecki <
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> On Tue, Aug 01, 2017 at 12:42:01PM -0700, mikihonz...@gmail.com wrote:
> > Some bugs, one pretty deal breaking:
> Thanks for the report.
> > If I remove an application from the appmenu, I am unable to set it
> again. More specifically I can set it in the VM-settings, but it won't show
> up in the Appmenu again.
> > The color of a VM can be changed, but again this is not reflected in the
> Appmenu. The VM itself (the running apps) have the correct window color.
> Created ticket for this:
> You can see there for a workaround.
> > Overall performance is OK, starting a Fedora VM takes longer than usual,
> about 1min. Work VM (not app) didn't start when I selected the chromium app
> from the appmenu. I had to start the VM from cli and then I could start
> That's weird, did you get any error?
> > The Qubes Manager is greatly missed! Especially the backup-restore. I
> tried to restore VMs from 3.2 which didn't work at all:
> > First it showed a lot of my VMs with the prefix "disps" ? (The backup
> had only templates and 2 AppVms).
> This is because how 4.0 deals with different DispVM settings. To restore
> setting of 3.2 as much as possible, it create dispvm for each netvm used
> > I had to exclude -x a lot of Vms, honestly a pain when I just wanted one
> important VM to restore,
> Instead of excluding, you can list VMs to include, just after backup
It works Marek, many thanks. It is enough to list the VMs you want and all
other are automatically excluded. This is really important because it is
fast and avoids errors. Listing lots VMs with -x I could not avoid errors
very difficult to identify because the error message gave no hints. But
just adding a few VMs at the end is easy to do and to check.
> > but got several python errors STDOUT and read errors. Restoring all was
> the same and I had a list with 20 broken VMs, no apps in their menu,
> starting gave libxl error. I used verbose and the 2 ignore options.
> Do you have those messages saved somewhere? That would be really useful
> to track down the issue...
> > Removing them with cli, all a bit tedious ;(
> > Finally, If someone knows how to create a VM for iso booting from CLI I
> would greatly appreciate a short info here.
> This is a missing part...
> > Looking forward to some docs/explanation on the changed qvm* tools since
> we are now supposed to do it from the command line.
> There will be separate post about it, but see below.
> > E.g. How to make net/proxy/app VM (qvm-create has some classes now...?)
> This one is possible also from GUI - in main menu you have "Create Qubes
> VM" option and there you have "provides network" option which allow you
> to create net/proxy VM.
> > qvm-prefs options (kernel boot extern/intern and netvm settings),
> There is qvm-prefs --help-properties, which shows details about each
> > changes with LVM pools(? there was a option --boot-root-from-file?) ,
> booting VM from iso file etc.
> See above...
> - --
> Best Regards,
> Marek Marczykowski-Górecki
> Invisible Things Lab
> A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
> Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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