Re: [qubes-users] create new VM freeze screen 1

2016-06-18 Thread Chris Laprise



On 06/18/2016 02:55 PM, 109348'109438'0193284'0913284'092183'0491820439 
wrote:

Hi Chris,

used 2777284
free 17995792
shared 338500
buffers 62024
cached 2037140

buffer/cache used 67812 free 80117772

swap 8011772 used 0

create Fedora23 AppVM = 6 Seconds, yes
create Debian8 AppVM = 5 Seconds, yes

But this was after a fresh restart of Q (before it took some kind of minutes).

Kind Regards



When it slows down again, check 'free' again.

Also, this grinding slowdown can be caused by a vm that's swapping a 
lot. If you've been playing around with PCI passthrough, you probably 
turned off memory balancing without realizing you left that vm with very 
little memory to use.


Chris

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Re: [qubes-users] New qubes user question/issue: firewall VM consuming unexpected amount of RAM

2016-06-18 Thread Alex
On 18 June 2016 22:01:16 BST, Jane Jok  wrote:
>Hello!
>I'm new to Qubes, but I did a fair stab at reading the docs and
>googling 
>for stuff about firewall-vm
>
>My question is thus:
>is it normal for Firewall VM consume 1.5-1.8 GB RAM (after clean
>install, 
>this is my first startup) ?
>
>is there a way to reduce RAM consumption?
>(I have just 4 GB ram on this box, and spending 1.5 GB on nothing but a
>
>firewall is a bit... unpleasant) 
>
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Certainly doesn't sound normal. Is this consistent, or did the next reboot 
return RAM usage to normal levels? In latter case I'd open a terminal in the 
firewallVM and use top -sc to see what's consuming  all this memory. 

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[qubes-users] Re: New qubes user question/issue: firewall VM consuming unexpected amount of RAM

2016-06-18 Thread J. Eppler
Hello, 

all VM's in Qubes consume a large amount of memory by default. You can 
restrict your firewall VM to 1 GB or less. 
You can restrict the memory consummtion under 'Right click -> VM Settings 
-> Advanced' to Max. Memory ~1024 MB or less. 

There is also a Unikernel solution. Unikernels are special purpose 
operating systems. Thomas Leonard created a Unikernel firewall for Qubes OS 
which runs perfectly fine with 30 MB of RAM. 

You will find resources on how to do it here:
https://github.com/talex5/qubes-mirage-firewall
http://roscidus.com/blog/blog/2016/01/01/a-unikernel-firewall-for-qubesos/

Best regards
  J. Eppler


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[qubes-users] Firefox profile seems to leak between DispVMs

2016-06-18 Thread IX4 Svs
Qubes R3.1, Fedora 23 template, fully updated.

I launch a new disposable Firefox, which creates a new DispVM and displays
[disp42] in the Firefox window title. All normal so far.

I hit CTRL+t to open a new Firefox tab and - I can't believe my eyes - the
"new tab" page is full of thumbnails of web pages I have visited in other
DispVMs, which have long been shut down.

sudo xl list from dom0 confirms disp42 is the only DispVM currently running.

How can such data leakage from one DispVM to another be possible? Yes, I am
adamant, 100% certain that I have not visited the web sites showing up in
the "new tab" page from the TemplateVM that my DispVM is based upon.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Alex

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[qubes-users] Re: AMD versus Intel

2016-06-18 Thread J. Eppler
Hello, 

the questiion Intel vs. AMD was coming up multiple times.
In short Qubes OS supports Intel based Notebooks, because Notebooks with 
AMD CPU are hard to find.

Xen's CPU/Memory virtualization is pretty efficient. Everything related to 
graphics virtualization
is difficult. In general because of close source driver and the lack of 
virtualization extensions
for GPU's.

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Re: [qubes-users] Use case play edu DVD with wine

2016-06-18 Thread J. Eppler
Hello, 

0. Shutdown your AppVM if running
1. Please start the Template VM install wine, it will skip if already 
installed. 
2. Shutdown the template VM

3. Start your AppVM
4. Try to start wine

Best regards
  J. Eppler

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[qubes-users] New qubes user question/issue: firewall VM consuming unexpected amount of RAM

2016-06-18 Thread Jane Jok
Hello!
I'm new to Qubes, but I did a fair stab at reading the docs and googling 
for stuff about firewall-vm

My question is thus:
is it normal for Firewall VM consume 1.5-1.8 GB RAM (after clean install, 
this is my first startup) ?

is there a way to reduce RAM consumption?
 (I have just 4 GB ram on this box, and spending 1.5 GB on nothing but a 
firewall is a bit... unpleasant) 

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[qubes-users] Re: Qubes 3.2 rc1 has been released!

2016-06-18 Thread Cyrinux
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Great!

Thanks!

Le 18/06/2016 à 10:48, Marek Marczykowski-Górecki a écrit :
> Details here: 
> https://www.qubes-os.org/news/2016/06/18/qubes-OS-3-2-rc1-has-been-rel
eased/
>
>
> 
As usual, you can download new image from:
> https://www.qubes-os.org/downloads/
> 
> Keep in mind it is only release candidate, so not recommended for 
> daily use.
> 
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[qubes-users] Qubes - Wine & Security?

2016-06-18 Thread '093845'0923845'09238'045928'039458
Hello,

I installed Wine in a Standalone VM.

https://wiki.winehq.org/Wine_User%27s_Guide#How_to_install_and_run_Windows_programs

If I typed wine, I got a .Net Framework installation box.

It seems not so clear, if this "downloads" came from a clean and verified 
connection.

So Wine will not work properly OR the Standalone VM is probably compromised?

Kind Regards

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Re: [qubes-users] create new VM freeze screen 1

2016-06-18 Thread 109348'109438'0193284'0913284'092183'0491820439
Hi Chris,

used 2777284
free 17995792
shared 338500
buffers 62024
cached 2037140

buffer/cache used 67812 free 80117772

swap 8011772 used 0

create Fedora23 AppVM = 6 Seconds, yes
create Debian8 AppVM = 5 Seconds, yes

But this was after a fresh restart of Q (before it took some kind of minutes).

Kind Regards




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[qubes-users] VMWare inside Debian AppVM?

2016-06-18 Thread 091384'091384'0918324'091832'04982103948
Hello,

can I run the VMWare workstation inside the AppVM (Debian8)?

Kind Regards

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Re: [qubes-users] Re: HCL - Lenovo ThinkPad T460s (20F9CTO1WW)

2016-06-18 Thread gabimaxi
On Friday, 17 June 2016 18:59:14 UTC+1, gabi...@gmail.com  wrote:
> On Wednesday, 15 June 2016 14:42:39 UTC+1, li...@mullvad.net  wrote:
> > On Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 5:13:41 PM UTC+2, gabi...@gmail.com wrote:On 
> > Tuesday, 31 May 2016 20:47:37 UTC+1, patie...@terminalmoronicy.com  wrote:
> > 
> > > On Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 7:34:46 PM UTC-4, Marek Marczykowski-Górecki 
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> > > On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 08:25:48PM -0700, patie...@terminalmoronicy.com 
> > > wrote:
> > 
> > > 
> > 
> > > > I also have a t460s and encountered many of the problems above.  I 
> > > > updated the qubes patches (excluding pvusb) to apply against kernel 
> > > > v4.5.2 and tossed in an out-of-tree patch for Skylake.  Bumping to 
> > > > 4.5.5 didn't require any further patch-wrangling (except that the 
> > > > Skylake patch had been merged in the meantime).
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> > > Was that patch backported also to 4.4.11?
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> > > Yes - I checked and the particular patch that fixed suspend for me is 
> > > also in 4.4.11.  I am now curious how many of the p-states improvements 
> > > have been backported as well...  
> > 
> > >  > I've been running the result for a few days and everything seems to be 
> > > working well.
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> > > > https://github.com/patientnil/qubes-linux-kernel/tree/devel-4.5
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> > > > - The pvusb patch looks the trickiest to port, and the associated tools 
> > > > show that scary experimental warning. I didn't pursue it, it's sitting 
> > > > there commented out.
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> > > Yes, ignore it. In fact it is already commented out in series.conf file
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> > > > - Sound, trackpoint buttons, wifi, suspend all work (though I haven't 
> > > > tried reenabling TPM yet).  
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> > > Camera also works, and enabling the TPM in TPM 1.2 mode does not 
> > > interfere with suspend.  The system will not suspend/resume properly if 
> > > the TPM is set to PTT mode (using my patched 4.5.5 kernel in Qubes 3.1 - 
> > > I have not tried a 4.4.11 kernel).
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> > > I have not yet played with AEM.
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> > > > - I get occasional screen artifacting (horizontal lines) but I am using 
> > > > the qubes-R3.1 display packages - before a reinstall I had better luck 
> > > > with updates in the unstable repo.
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> > > The artifacts go all the way across the screen, without stopping at 
> > > window boundaries.  They are rare, and seem to be "fixed" when moving 
> > > windows around.
> > 
> > >  > - While updating the kernel config, I had some sort of snafu, and I 
> > > later had to go reenable a bunch of fundamental things like IP_MASQ.  The 
> > > config should be reexamined (I'm planning to pare it down to just the 
> > > things I need).  If this was to be merged to the main tree it should be 
> > > redone.  Presumably there are rules of some sort as to what to include?
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> > > Good to know - if I update my repo for later 4.5 kernels I will update 
> > > the config to respect this policy.
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> > Hi Tom,
> > 
> > I'm kind of stuck here:
> > 
> > I ran the commands that installed the kernel-4.4.10-9
> > 
> > sudo qubes-dom0-update --enablerepo=qubes-dom0-unstable kernel
> > 
> > sudo qubes-dom0-update --enablerepo=qubes-dom0-unstable kernel-qubes-vm
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > And in the Global Settings kernel-4.4.10-9 is selected.
> > 
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> > But Xen cannot continue when starting. I need to Wait for the Xen screen to 
> > prompt and manually and quickly do Tab > Advanced settings > Select the 
> > kernel 4.1.13.9 (old one)
> > 
> > Once the machine is booted, kernel-4.4.10-9 is still selected on Global 
> > settings.
> > 
> > This solved the Wifi issue, but not the sleep issue, and it has the pain of 
> > manually selecting the Old kernel on each boot.
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> > If I change the Global Settings to use the 4.1.13.9 (old), the machine 
> > boots with no problems, but I do not have Wifi.
> > 
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> > How can I remove the kernel-4.4.10-9 from booting?
> > 
> > Or need to format it again all together.
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Gabriel
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > There is a difference between what kernel 

Re: [qubes-users] TVM Clone result = HVM?

2016-06-18 Thread 808374'019384'0914328'091328'04918'032948'109243'8
Hi Andrew,

perfect the Standalone VM works well, here also wine run good.

wine feiob.exe

Kind Regards

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[qubes-users] Re: MacBook Air 2012 and that ol' Broadcom chip

2016-06-18 Thread qubescrazy
Again, I'm really grateful to you, for your feedback and for offering to help 
out in case of difficulties.  Sadly, I wasn't able to get to it today, and have 
had a frustrating day with OPNsense, OpenVPN and FreeNAS, in between trying to 
do some actual work!  Ho hum, perhaps tomorrow, although 3.2RC now beckons, 
too!.  Anyway, just wanted to say thank you *very* much, I really do appreciate 
it.  :-)

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Re: [qubes-users] create new VM freeze screen 1

2016-06-18 Thread Chris Laprise



On 06/18/2016 08:48 AM, Andrew David Wong wrote:

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On 2016-06-18 05:29, '098134'0194328'017834'01783'40917834209 wrote:

Hallo,

it is a little strange, always if I create a new VM (which takes
several minutes), than the system response time for manual inputs
(like typing something in an editor) is endless.

But there should be plenty CPU and RAM available.

It looks like that this is only effected all applications, which
are shown on the same screen. So screen two seems ok.

Why is this behavior?

Can I define some parameter, which guides me to some liquid user
experience?

Kind Reagards


I've noticed the same thing, but it doesn't seem to be affected by
which screen an application is on. My CPU usage (as reported by the
KDE widget) spikes, so I assumed that was it.



Hmmm, create new vm on my system = 5 seconds.

This sounds like low memory and lots of swapping. Check the amount of 
swap usage with 'free'.


Chris

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Re: [qubes-users] create new VM freeze screen 1

2016-06-18 Thread '019438'019384'0914328'091328'409182'039481'09324
Hallo Andrew,

I used the KDE Desktop System Information view. So I can see some burst up to 
80% CPU usage. But normally it is lower than 40% (X8 3.5GHrz 32 GB RAM).

So there must be plenty room to type some text in parallel inside a text-editor.

I thought to copy a VM would generate mostly IO stress and some SAN-like 
buffering, will help to accelerate this job (see upTempo).

Kind Regards


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Re: [qubes-users] create new VM freeze screen 1

2016-06-18 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 2016-06-18 05:29, '098134'0194328'017834'01783'40917834209 wrote:
> Hallo,
> 
> it is a little strange, always if I create a new VM (which takes
> several minutes), than the system response time for manual inputs
> (like typing something in an editor) is endless.
> 
> But there should be plenty CPU and RAM available.
> 
> It looks like that this is only effected all applications, which
> are shown on the same screen. So screen two seems ok.
> 
> Why is this behavior?
> 
> Can I define some parameter, which guides me to some liquid user
> experience?
> 
> Kind Reagards
> 

I've noticed the same thing, but it doesn't seem to be affected by
which screen an application is on. My CPU usage (as reported by the
KDE widget) spikes, so I assumed that was it.

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[qubes-users] Use case play edu DVD with wine

2016-06-18 Thread 981'09438'109438'0913284'091832'4098
Hello,

I like to install and run some windows-minded education DVD, which needs also 
Audio (which up to now I don't get over the HVM), so I try to use wine.

I installed wine in a Debian 8 template TVM1 under Q R31.

wine --version
is fine

Now I have AppVM1 based on the TVM1.

Why I cannot see Wine under the Apps, so I can mapp it into the AppVM1?

If I type inside the AppVM1 terminal:

wine --version

I cannot see it.

How can I start the installed wine?

Kind Regards

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Re: [qubes-users] inter-vm traffic cant ping windows 10 hvm

2016-06-18 Thread moritzbrunner2000
Hi,
I already read it, but it is only working for linux to linux connections.

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Re: [qubes-users] TVM Clone result = HVM?

2016-06-18 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 2016-06-18 03:01, '2109348'109348'0193284'091832'04918'03429 wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I like to test some software (and perhaps they might not be
> clean).
> 
> So I like to use a HVM (full file system), so nothing get
> compromised.
> 
> Must I define a HVM and install a new ISO Image (like Ubuntu).
> 
> Or if I clone the Debian TVM, will be this the same like a HVM with
> Debian8?
> 
> I read this, but still I got the doubt, if a clean HVM is the same
> like a TVM clone?
> 
> https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/hvm/
> 
> What will work the best, to test doubtful software, with minimal
> risk for exposure?
> 
> Kind Regards
> 

If I understand your question correctly, your best option might be to
use an HVM template, then run temporarily install and run your risky
apps in an VM based on that HVM template. If you need to install them
permanently, then it's fine to clone the HVM template. (Or simply
clone a standalone HVM.)

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[qubes-users] TVM Clone result = HVM?

2016-06-18 Thread '2109348'109348'0193284'091832'04918'03429
Hello,

I like to test some software (and perhaps they might not be clean).

So I like to use a HVM (full file system), so nothing get compromised.

Must I define a HVM and install a new ISO Image (like Ubuntu).

Or if I clone the Debian TVM, will be this the same like a HVM with Debian8?

I read this, but still I got the doubt, if a clean HVM is the same like a TVM 
clone?

https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/hvm/

What will work the best, to test doubtful software, with minimal risk for 
exposure?

Kind Regards

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[qubes-users] Re: Windows 7 and Sound?

2016-06-18 Thread 09834'509284'509284'05928'304598
Hello Andrew,

for education purposes sound es mostly essential and still many edu-software is 
today in windows available.

So I look forward that, qubes can attach the Audio-Devices via the Qubes 
Manager like any other AppVM. (For me this will be definitely have more 
priority as the W8 features, because W7 has still the better Desktop look & 
feel).

But thanks for the hint, I will try it out, how I can detach the audio direct 
to ma Win7 HVM.

Kind Regards


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Re: [qubes-users] How to properly administer several templates?

2016-06-18 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 2016-06-18 01:41, Andrew David Wong wrote:
> On 2016-06-17 21:22, Andrew David Wong wrote:
>> On 2016-06-17 18:02, raahe...@gmail.com wrote:
>>> But what if when it says it can't verify key ignatures 
>>> possibly? Will it automatically hit Y to continue? I wouldn't 
>>> like that. Or what about any possible error messages? I still 
>>> like to see the text on the screen.
> 
> 
>> The last time this question came up, the answer was "no, it would
>> not automatically say 'yes' to installing a package whose 
>> signature cannot be verified."
> 
>> If that turns out to be false, then I'll have to assume that all 
>> of my templates are compromised.
> 
> 
> I decided to test this, just to make sure. Here's how I tested:
> 
> 1. Installed fedora-23-minimal from the Qubes repos.
> 
> 2. Inside fedora-23-minimal, renamed all the keys in 
> /etc/pki/rpm-gpg.
> 
> 3. Erased all keys that had been imported in rpm with this 
> command:
> 
> #rpm -e --allmatches gpg-pubkey-{hash}
> 
> (Repeated for each gpg-pubkey-{hash}.)
> 
> 4. From dom0, ran this command:
> 
> $ qvm-run -a -p -u root fedora-23-minimal 'dnf -y upgrade'
> 
> 5. Received this output from the template during the attempted 
> upgrade:
> 
> warning: /var/cache/dnf/updates-e042e478e0621ea6/packages/sqlite- 
> libs-3.11.0-3.fc23.x86_64.rpm: Header V3 RSA/SHA256 Signature, key
>  ID 34ec9cba: NOKEY
> 
> Curl error (37): Couldn't read a file:// file for file:///etc 
> /pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-23-x86_64 [Couldn't open file 
> /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-23-x86_64]
> 

Just to clarify: The update simply aborted after this. DNF did not
install or upgrade any packages, and no entry was made in dnf's
history log.

So, this is something that you'd notice only if you occasionally
grepped through your automatic update log (if you do automatic
updates). But at least you'd never automatically upgrade any
unverified packages. At worst, you'd just not upgrade any (which is
why it's important to check the log once in a while -- to make sure
you're still getting updates on all templates).

> So, it looks like using the '-y' (assumeyes) option is indeed safe 
> as far as PGP/GPG signature verification on packages is concerned.
> 
> If anyone has reason to suspect otherwise, or sees a flaw in this 
> test, please do let us know.
> 
> 

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Re: [qubes-users] Windows 7 and Sound?

2016-06-18 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 2016-06-18 01:29, 10943781094378019432780913278409178243 wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> is today some way that I can use the sound for the software running
> inside Win7 HVM?
> 
> Kind Regards
> 

Sound is not currently supported in HVMs.

There's a discussion about potential options here:

https://groups.google.com/d/topic/qubes-users/rz_-NS5D_P0/discussion

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[qubes-users] Windows 7 and Sound?

2016-06-18 Thread 10943781094378019432780913278409178243
Hello,

is today some way that I can use the sound for the software running inside Win7 
HVM?

Kind Regards

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[qubes-users] WinHVM: DVD is not reachable?

2016-06-18 Thread '0981403918'034918'09348'109348'019438
Hello,

Win7 is running fine, the screen resolution is now HD...

Now I attached the DVD to the Win7HVM, but even after a restart, I cannot see 
the D: drive under Win7?

How I install some software via an DVD inside the Windows VM?

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Re: [qubes-users] Few Issues With Qubes R3.1

2016-06-18 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 2016-06-17 23:17, CANNON NATHANIEL CIOTA wrote:
> Hello thank you for the reply...
> 
>> What is the output when you run this command in a dom0 terminal?
>> 
>> $ qvm-create-default-dvm --default-template
> 
> I have already tried this before re-installing Qubes which made no 
> difference.

Can you be more specific when you say it "made no difference"? For
example, can you tell us the exact output when you attempted to run
that command? (Even if there was no output at all, that would be
helpful to know.)

> I saw in another post where someone did that same command but with
> --default-script added to that command. I can try 
> qvm-create-default-dvm --default-template --default-script to see
> what happens.
> 

Are you on Qubes R3.1? If so, --default-script is no longer necessary
(but it does not hurt to use it).

> 
>> You should be able to change this in KDE's settings.
>> 
>> System Tools -> System Settings -> Power Management -> Energy
>> Saving - -> Screen Brightness
> 
> I have tried this, The Fn keys activate the brightness slider on
> the screen but do not actually change brightness.
> 

Hm, in that case, it might be a hardware-specific issue. What is the
exact brand and model of your laptop. (Also, if you know the exact
GPU/IGP you have, please provide that.)

> 
>> 
>> It could be that your GPU does not support this. You can try
>> changing the Compositing type from OpenGL to something else (if
>> you have any other options).
> 
> The compositing type is already different than OpenGL, I am not
> able to get it to switch to OpenGL.
> 

In that case, I have no idea. Knowing your hardware specs (as
mentioned above) would help tremendously in helping you diagnose this,
but it sounds like you'll probably have more luck asking on the KDE
forums/mailing list, since this is a KDE-provided feature.

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Re: [qubes-users] Few Issues With Qubes R3.1

2016-06-18 Thread Andrew David Wong
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On 2016-06-17 22:05, CANNON NATHANIEL CIOTA wrote:
> I have installed Qubes R3.1 on a laptop. I have a couple issues as
> noted below. I tested this both before and after updates, and have
> also re-burned an installation media and re-installed Qubes OS
> which problems persist. If anyone could give any pointers that
> would be much appreciated.
> 
> Issue#1 Disposable VM does not launch
> 

What is the output when you run this command in a dom0 terminal?

$ qvm-create-default-dvm --default-template

> Issue#2 Screen is super bright, I am unable to dim the screen.
> Neither keyboard Fn keys or software screen brightness slider makes
> any changes.
> 

You should be able to change this in KDE's settings.

System Tools -> System Settings -> Power Management -> Energy Saving
- -> Screen Brightness

> Issue#3 Some desktop effects do not work, such as 3D cube. When I
> try to enable I get error message about requiring OpenGL.
> 

It could be that your GPU does not support this. You can try changing
the Compositing type from OpenGL to something else (if you have any
other options).

System Tools -> System Settings -> Desktop Effects -> Advanced ->
Compositing type

> Thanks
> 

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