On Sunday, February 18, 2018 at 5:52:34 PM UTC+1, QUBE-A-LICIOUS wrote: > On Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 5:42:44 PM UTC-5, schnuren...@gmail.com > wrote: > > On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 10:51:12 PM UTC+1, QUBE-A-LICIOUS wrote: > > > Hi there, > > > > > > I have a fresh install of Qubes 4r4. However, when I reboot and or login > > > I have to manually change dom0 time to UTC. > > > > > > Impact: Whonix/Tor does not work because of the incorrect time. > > > > > > Manual workaround: > > > 1. Get the correct UTC from a browser. > > > 2. Open Dom0 Terminal and update to UTC such as the following: > > > > > > sudo date --set "2018-02-13 21:30" > > > > > > 3. Shutdown Service:sys-whonix > > > 4. Restart a whonix domain such as Domain:anon-whonix(this restarts the > > > sys-whonix service that was just shutdown. > > > 5. Then run WhonixCheck to make sure it works. It usually does and > > > Whonix/Tor is functional. > > > > > > ================= > > > Qubes cannot be this bad, really. > > > > > > How can I have this Date and time correctly updated on boot up? Like it > > > should. > > > > > > Thanks for all your help. > > > NSJ > > > > Most times it is easy to point on another guilty one instead looking what > > may happen with the own stuff. So far you are the only one with this > > misbehavior. > > Qubes works as expected - at least in this point. > > But most user already experienced this behavior; qubes-os or any other > > distribution. > > The keyword is hwclock. You always update the software-based time, but if > > you restart, all temporary data is gone. (should) > > So your OS fetches at boot the time from the bios. > > If you update your time within the qubes-os, you should update your > > hardware clock (hc) as well: sudo hwclock --systohc > > If your time resets when you unplug your device from power supply, your > > device's battery is flat. > > ---------------------------------- > I did some analysis this morning. So at the same point in time the following > settings on my Qubes laptop showed the following values. (Bottom line is > that whonix/tor does not work) > > 1. The hardware BIOS clock is: 1030 (BIOS battery good, removed laptop > battery for few hours and date/time stayed same) > > 2. Dom0 time is: 0530 ( via date command) > > 3. service:sys-whonix is: 1030 (via date command) > > 4. Clock on upper right of screen is: 0430 > > Tor Boostrap info is: > > Whonixcheck gave up waiting > clock skew -21635 in directory from DIRSERV > > sudo date --set “2018 -02-18 17:30:00” > > ----------------------------- > I think that on a normal bootup the clocks should be in sync and Whonix/Tor > should work.
bios time differs a lot from dom0 and dom0 time seems in the UTC (timezone), while the clock on your desktop should be therefore in the -1 hour timezone. There is already something wrong, isn't it? Could you please set the correct time in dom0 and do a 'sudo hwclock --systohw' to get dom0's sys date and bios time in sync. And reboot pls. After reboot check the time in bios, dom0 and your clockVM (probably sys-net) before connecting to any network. In System Tools -> Qubes Global Settings in dom0 you can check the name of the clock VM. The time of your whonix should, as far as I know, differs in timezone as qubes built-in rule randomly each bootup of the VM. (Do not know for sure) I either do not know whether sys-whonix only changes the timezone and if it is an attack surface if someone from the outside could simulate/fake specific minutes and seconds your network-time-daemon adapt and your whonix could be associated to your isp. Even there seems to be some misconfiguration I never got, the behavior remembers me to an empty hardware battery. -- 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/1f50c1eb-5097-4605-8cb5-b6525d3bd2e3%40googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.