On Thu, May 12, 2022 at 11:26:53AM +0200, Qubes OS Users Mailing List wrote:
> I have a setup with appVMs that are configured to autostart a subset of
> apps when they get fired up - one example is `app-privcom` that runs
> `evolution`, `signal-desktop` (from a user level installed flatpak just
> in that VM) and `liferea` (also a flatpak) when coming online.
> Given the user-level flatpaked nature of some of the apps, the appVMs
> themselves have to be maintained (`flatpak update` etc.), which I do
> using `salt`. 
> As a side effect of the convenient autostarting this results in apps
> popping up left and right when my fleet of appVMs is being updated by
> `salt` - which is a nuisance.
> Can anyone think of a way to circumvent app autostart in the context of
> firing up the the appVMs via `salt`?

I don’t think this is possible right now.  This would require that the
VM know that it is being started via Salt, which it currently does not.
Feel free to submit an enhancement request on GitHub.

Demi Marie Obenour (she/her/hers)
Invisible Things Lab

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