El martes, 12 de septiembre de 2017, 18:43:12 (UTC+2), Sven Semmler escribió: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA256 > > On 09/12/2017 02:15 AM, segu.sa...@gmail.com wrote: > > I have a script that uses UNISON [...] The idea is to sync files > > between two virtual machines that have no visibility between them. > > Can you be more specific? Will those two VMs have network connections? > Are you planning to continue using UNISON? Must the script run fully > automatically or is some limited user interaction ok? (scheduled or > manual run) > > > Has anyone faced this problem or imagined a solution for this? > > * you can use qvm-copy-to-vm to copy file(s) from one VM to another, > whoever it won't give you synchronization ... if the sender had > visibility of the file system of the receiver, it would defeat the > entire purpose of Qubes OS (compartmentalization). > > * you can mount a USB block device to VM 1 and run your script to sync > between VM 1 and a folder structure on the USB block device, then you > could unmount and mount the same to VM 2 and now run your script again > to sync with VM 2 > > * you could allow network for both VMs via sys-firewall and setup > firewall rules that would ensure that the only connection between the to > VMs is the one for UNISON (e.g. unison -socket 1234). You can lookup the > internal IP addresses of the VMs in the Qubes Manager. > > Finally, I would recommend to take a step back and question your setup. > How much thought have you put into your domain compartmentalization? Is > it really necessary to sync between the two VMs? What is the purpose of > having the same files in two VMs that are isolated from each other? > > /Sven > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v2 > > iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJZuA6YAAoJENpuFnuPVB+2VkwP/0mWxWFlBKQtsfUp25rw7a9y > eiNsgIzzmWUgMAkFY6yFryVFUtmwCMOW48w9unx9FIUpOpboHSDrGW84N2yaqjyV > KzwFPhhaJbV/i7/1CyHzHzkhctgpipHfz5c0G4PFdpchSbgepaOfEjTQv5sv0p5X > swFxx3f7OA162rZRZqjSJ3KKvrkHzVLJuU2moRJvwg/+LMAtjtlsRGmG1wBsyBDy > LF94GMlKD+mMbGB5TQmAU2Svxq3ym0yKzjvwzzFbNc3RSASJROlFOvEtqSVwWioH > t6RicdD2DW0WnohVrbYLrj55oIhwDvRFfvBVqYr+Bbw9uD+lh16GHX6eALEm0yww > wZP4Xtk2id+giDkj9agSv+aLCoAQpxp0lg2Vrtj9LT/3rJWMRP2GPIirqVFLXONX > HmEC0iozlvG/OltQnuD+VQvX2yYdT84FgxKqGEtNhnRNs45RwDhkVqIXwifzSbIu > KRYRap6W9FNbpcEBoq4jBmotnOkECOdqi7qSCvzjlrBQNAHrSXZyY2SZaD731hir > UApJnm4Bo8yJE7O12P6IvA0335ins0eNk6IuWVTlYuN+ymIqwfitYqOd7HWE/Zzu > WXBwT3QzI9Br2R3D0dJR6+LoEQLmt/OXAhqG5wsFhKF6kd/SGTFpWseCoypjsZKB > bk3DM/YPjTAvWOLtkfOp > =L7c+ > -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
I have, finally, managed to run the scripts by using SSH and the firewalls of the machines. Thank you so much. SSH is what I needed. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/c5ef7b3c-9a64-42f4-a19f-a7bd0d4abfa7%40googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.