On Sunday, February 18, 2018 at 7:15:47 PM UTC+1, klausd...@mail2tor.com wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I want to create a Ubuntu Template VM in Qubes OS, but i donĀ“t know how to
> do this. Can someone help me or someone who aleady did this, can describe
> how to do this?
> best regards

What are the reasons you want Ubuntu? By any chance is it due to codecs and 
such licenses? You can quite easily get all of that working in Fedora or 

I may have overlooked something, but one of the bigger reasons to want ubuntu, 
may be codecs and ability to play videos? I'll go ahead and take a guess that 
it might be partly codec related, though I may be guessing wrong. 

For example an easy fix to make Fedora play almost any modern video --> clone 
your fedora template --> Add RPMFusion to your new fedora clone template. 
Install ffmpeg and vlc from RPMFusion repositories (Qubes has a really easy and 
quick guide to enable them). Voila, you can now watch HTML5 content videos in 
firefox on AppVM's based on your fedora template clone. Verify if it works with 

For protected content, such as copyright protection, which can mess up an 
otherwise working HTML5 video, you'll probably need the google browser either 
way, directly from googles website. Unfortunately it can be messy to get 
protected content to play in browsers like Firefox. But that should apply to 
Ubuntu as well.

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