Thanks, you are right that I don't have any experience with packet
sniffing, however, after making sure that nothing else was using the
network and running iptables -L -nvZ on both sys-net and sys-firewall...
there's no packets at all getting there from this AppVM. Which doesn't make
O K schrieb am Di., 20. Aug. 2019, 01:39:
> I wanted to create a desktop shortcut or some sort of easy way to access
> NM but I forgot how to open it. I thought it was some command in the
> sys-net terminal but I don't recall. (...)
You can run nmcli in the VM which has network
I wanted to create a desktop shortcut or some sort of easy way to access NM
but I forgot how to open it. I thought it was some command in the sys-net
terminal but I don't recall. There is no icon anywhere for it. I added
the settings option to sys-net under Applications to see if I could
Following this thread:
... I edited my locking mode (from 4 to 1) in /etc/lvm/lvm.conf, then retried
the 'lvm lvconvert --repair ...'
That command has logged one error so far, "print_req_error: critical
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On Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:40 PM, Andrew David Wong
> Dear Qubes Community,
> Fixed packages are now available for Qubes Security Bulletin (QSB) #050:
> Reinstalling a TemplateVM does not
Cant start qubes on my laptop. The problem started last successful boot. I
closed the lid, normally the laptop sleeps with a "breathing" led. But instead
the led stayed solid, opening the lid did not turn the screen back on. I
couldn't interact with the laptop at that point, so i powered down
schrieb am Do., 11. Juli 2019, 19:02:
> My Qubes 4.02-rc1 install notes: (with fixes, customizations)
Thanks for the write-up, I am always interested to see how others have
setup their Qubes OS to get some ideas how to improve my own setup.
I would love to see
Just hoping to bump this... I really enjoy Qubes so far, but the lack of
keyboard backlight is kind of a deal breaker... :(
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On Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 10:36:23 AM UTC-7, Manuel Cornejo wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> As Qubes works by means of the principle of security by isolation and
> every part of the hardware is running in a virtual machine. Does it make
> any sense to use Kaspersky Security for virtualization
I fried my primary Qubes install and now use my back up. I think I cured
the apt-bug vulnerability. Does anyone know the quick-and-dirty way to
check the status of the deb templates.
This pertains to the Qubes Security Bulletin issued in late
"Dont top-post on this list.
*If your mailer puts the cursor at the top of the message, scroll to the
bottom before you start typing.*
It takes you seconds, but makes it easier for everyone else who reads
I'm running qubes 4.0.1 with KDE. I've installed Libre office to a fedora 30
template using dnf. Reboot the template(fedora-30-fuzer), reboot the app vm and
add Libre office to it via qubes manager.
My app menu now shows Libre office under the appropriate app vm menu, but the
I hate to clutter anybody's inbox, but unman deserves a thank you for
this reply and for his many quite informed contributions to this
group. People's lives depend on good internet security particularly in
view of all the craziness going on in the world today so proprs to
unman, Andred Davide,
Ok sorry didn't know about the top posting thing, will be sure not to do
it. My Qubes installer has been verified! Yay! thanks to everyone for
On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 12:16 PM unman wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 18, 2019 at 01:32:51PM -0700, O K wrote:
> > But what I don't understand is
Hi, sorry for posting on this ancient thread, but I had 2 problems;
1. Ibus doesn't automatically start.
item 10 in your instruction tells me to manually activete/start Ibus,
which is a hassle. So I put a command in .bashrc to specifically start it;
so I added the following 4 lines to .bashrc;
On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 06:18:00AM -0700, Andrew Todd wrote:
> I'm having a problem that I'm very confused about.
> I have several AppVMs based on the same fedora-30 TemplateVM. Some of them
> are completely cut off from the Internet, some have firewall restrictions,
> some connect through
On Sun, Aug 18, 2019 at 01:32:51PM -0700, O K wrote:
> But what I don't understand is how to get the fingerprint of the master key
> that I downloaded, so I can compare it to the ones online. The number in
> the text is much longer than the fingerprint.
> On Sunday, August 18, 2019 at
According to the architecture spec, the root filesystem is backed up by a COW
device to "allow" write-access to the read-only root filesystem:
Is there a possibility to investigate which files were modified
On Sun, Aug 18, 2019 at 12:30:10PM -0700, FenderBender wrote:
> I created a t-multimedia template and successfully installed spotify.
> However, I was unable to find a working gpg command to "cat" the
> spotify.pubkey. (The quebes webpage directs to a stackexchange discussion
> which advises a
On Sun, Aug 18, 2019 at 08:14:07PM +0200, 799 wrote:
> 'username908' via qubes-users schrieb am
> So., 18. Aug. 2019, 19:50:
> > sudo qubes-dom0-update qubes-template-debian-10
> > Using sys-whonix-15 as UpdateVM to download updates for Dom0; this may
> > take some time...
Maximilian Ehlers schrieb am Mo., 19. Aug. 2019, 14:35:
> Unfortunately my bluetooth device seems to be integrated in the wifi
> card (Intel Wireless 8260 rev 3a) and does not appear in `qvm-usb
> list`, so I can not use it outside of `sys-usb`.
> Is there a way to send the
Well, a snag. Evidently the newer kernel is not respecting the power
management instructions on the boot params, and keeps wanting to lockup. The
guy building it for me is working on a work around. If we can't get coreboot
to work I may be stuck with an earlier model such as a T420 as my
I'm having a problem that I'm very confused about.
I have several AppVMs based on the same fedora-30 TemplateVM. Some of them
are completely cut off from the Internet, some have firewall restrictions,
some connect through sys-firewall but are not restricted.
Today, one specific AppVM has
I am trying to get bluetooth to run in an appVM to use it for online
radio and podcasts.
I was able to get bluetooth running in `sys-usb` by installing blueman.
Unfortunately my bluetooth device seems to be integrated in the wifi
card (Intel Wireless 8260 rev 3a) and does not appear in
I just made my solution for fully automatically creating and installing new
Windows qubes from scratch public! It pre-installs Qubes Windows Tools and
Firefox so now you don't even have to open Internet Explorer to download a good
It's currently ready for use at:
On 7/31/19 5:35 PM, 'awokd' via qubes-users wrote:
>> I've been looking for how to fix some bad default settings in the whonix
>> tor browser. Namely, they removed NoScript from the toolbar, so that the
>> NoScript cannot be used as intended.
>> Since it's not
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