Re: [qubes-users] Whonix 14 to whonix 15 upgrade: Protonmail Bridge (gnome-keyring or pass nneded?) issues

2019-09-11 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users

V C:


Was this removed from Whonix-15? Is it possible to add "pass" or
"gnome-keyring" into Whonix-15?


Don't know if it was removed, but it's possible to add. Go to a terminal 
on whonix-gw-15 and "sudo apt install gnome-keyring". Be careful what 
you install in here, though, since it is responsible for keeping your 
whonix-ws-15 qubes anonymous.


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Re: [qubes-users] Re: Popup When Starting or Shutting down Whonix VMs

2019-09-11 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users

pudding:


/etc/qubes-rpc/policy/whonix.NewStatus, and it had only one line:

@anyvm    @anyvm    ask

I then added a line "$tag:anon-vm    $tag:anon-gateway    allow" at the 
top of the file. It seems that this fixed the popup problem. Also, I 
noticed anon-whonix now appears in the right-click menu of sys-whonix 
sdwdate-gui icon. I am not sure if this is OK security wise, though. If 
not, I will try your suggestion and update my Whonix templates from 
testing repo. Anyway, thank you for the idea which helped me find the 
solution. Many thanks!


Mine has these three lines in it, not sure why ours are different since 
both our dom0's have been updated:


$tag:anon-vm $tag:anon-gateway allow
$tag:anon-vm sys-whonix allow
$anyvm $anyvm deny

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Re: [qubes-users] Re: Popup When Starting or Shutting down Whonix VMs

2019-09-11 Thread pudding

Hello awokd,

Thanks for the answer, I remember seeing that post too. I checked the 
dom0 log and found that hitting "Cancel" generated the following log:


dom0 qrexec[23456]: whonix.NewStatus+anon-whonix: anon-whonix -> 
sys-whonix: denied: denied by the user 
/etc/qubes-rpc/policy/whonix.NewStatus:7


My guess was that the popup was triggered by anon-whonix registering to 
the sdwdate-gui of sys-whonix. I checked 
/etc/qubes-rpc/policy/whonix.NewStatus, and it had only one line:


@anyvm    @anyvm    ask

I then added a line "$tag:anon-vm    $tag:anon-gateway    allow" at the 
top of the file. It seems that this fixed the popup problem. Also, I 
noticed anon-whonix now appears in the right-click menu of sys-whonix 
sdwdate-gui icon. I am not sure if this is OK security wise, though. If 
not, I will try your suggestion and update my Whonix templates from 
testing repo. Anyway, thank you for the idea which helped me find the 
solution. Many thanks!


P.S. Sorry for replying to your mailbox, I made a mistake. :(

On 9/11/19 5:49 PM, 'awokd' via qubes-users wrote:

pudding:

For your reference, I just found that the popup also randomly appears
during the time a Whonix-base VM is on. :(


There appears to be a new dom0 widget in current-testing that tells if
Whonix workstations have synced to a time source. I remember reading a
development thread about it somewhere. I bet those popups are because
something's not matching between versions. Suggest setting your
whonix-gw-15 and whonix-ws-15 templates to also update from Qubes
current-testing repo, to match dom0, and rebooting. Not getting those
popups on a PC where I've updated everything Qubes related to
current-testing.




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[qubes-users] Re: DisplayLink

2019-09-11 Thread Martin Thygesen
It's worth noting this problem is for the USB type A running USB x3 
connection port to the host (the DisplayLink runs over this). And is not a 
USB-C port type. The other USB-A x3 ports are all functionally normally.

On Thursday, 12 September 2019 09:05:44 UTC+10, Martin Thygesen wrote:
>
> +1 same problem, same Dell D3100 dock issue
>
> On Thursday, 12 September 2019 07:22:09 UTC+10, Alex wrote:
>>
>> Hi everyone 
>>
>> I can see that Qubes recognises my DisplayLink Dell D3100 USB3 dock; it's 
>> listed in the "Qubes Devices" widget in the panel. But, xfce's window 
>> manager seems to only recognise one screen (my laptop's built in LCD). No 
>> mention of my external monitors. 
>>
>> How can I fix this? 
>>
>> Thanks, 
>>
>> Alex 
>>
>

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[qubes-users] Re: DisplayLink

2019-09-11 Thread Martin Thygesen
+1 same problem, same Dell D3100 dock issue

On Thursday, 12 September 2019 07:22:09 UTC+10, Alex wrote:
>
> Hi everyone 
>
> I can see that Qubes recognises my DisplayLink Dell D3100 USB3 dock; it's 
> listed in the "Qubes Devices" widget in the panel. But, xfce's window 
> manager seems to only recognise one screen (my laptop's built in LCD). No 
> mention of my external monitors. 
>
> How can I fix this? 
>
> Thanks, 
>
> Alex 
>

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[qubes-users] DisplayLink

2019-09-11 Thread Alex
Hi everyone

I can see that Qubes recognises my DisplayLink Dell D3100 USB3 dock; it's 
listed in the "Qubes Devices" widget in the panel. But, xfce's window manager 
seems to only recognise one screen (my laptop's built in LCD). No mention of my 
external monitors.

How can I fix this?

Thanks, 

Alex

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[qubes-users] Whonix 14 to whonix 15 upgrade: Protonmail Bridge (gnome-keyring or pass nneded?) issues

2019-09-11 Thread V C
Hey all...thank you again for making and supporting an awesome OS! Thank 
you Qubes...

Just upgraded to Whonix 15, using these instructions: 
https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Qubes/Install

...seemed to go smooth. A couple of notes and a question:

1) Adjust Whonix Version Number

In dom0.

Open file whonix.jinja with root rights. [3]

sudo nano /srv/formulas/base/virtual-machines-formula/qvm/whonix.jinja

Change 14 to 15.

Save.

*Please report if this step was necessary or unnecessary for you! *

**I didn't have to do this step! It appeared already set to "15"


2) I had changed the name of sys-firewall and sys-net, however when I 
upgraded to Whonix 15, it seemed to add these Appvms during the upgrade? I 
kept my old sys-firewall and sys-net. Not sure this was expected but didn't 
seem to be an issue.


Question:
I suspect this is something new with Whonix-15 or maybe something else. I 
am trying to set up Protonmail bridge in my new Whonix-15 set up(used in 
conjunction with Thunderbird) but it appears as if a "key-ring" is missing? 
I had this working in Whonix-14 by downloading and installing the bridge 
into a dedicated template, however when I try to do this in Whonix-15 I 
notice during the Appvm set up that I am NOT asked to create a "Key-ring", 
I also get an error in the "Protonmail bridge" that states: "ProtonMail 
Bridge is not able to detect s supported password manager (pass, 
gnome-keyring). Please install and setup supported password manager and 
restart the application".

Was this removed from Whonix-15? Is it possible to add "pass" or 
"gnome-keyring" into Whonix-15?

I consider myself still very basic in terms of a Qubes user so any specific 
instructions and commands to enter would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you again...
VC

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Re: [qubes-users] Trouble building RTL8821CE WiFi drivers

2019-09-11 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
muhammad19238...@gmail.com:
> Thank you, this worked fine(For future duckduckgoers, I did this on fedora 
> in the end, I now feel it makes more sense because the disk usage of the 
> template is not avoidable, by having extra templates its just weighing your 
> disk down). However I have one last parting question, once I reboot 
> sys-net, I lose my driver and have to install it again. I have a feeling 
> that I should install the driver in the template to keep persistence, is 
> this correct? What is the qubes way to do this?
> 
I should have thought of that! Probably the easiest thing to do in your
case is to create a new qube, choosing the Standalone copied from
template and check the "provides network" box. This behaves as a regular
VM, so you can make any changes you need and they will stay. Once you
have it set up, uncheck auto-start on sys-net, add auto-start to your
new qube, and set sys-firewall Qube Settings to use it. Also change
anything pointing to sys-net in Qubes Global Settings. Qubes Update will
see it in the list for updates.

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Re: [qubes-users] Re: Popup When Starting or Shutting down Whonix VMs

2019-09-11 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
pudding:
> For your reference, I just found that the popup also randomly appears
> during the time a Whonix-base VM is on. :(
> 
There appears to be a new dom0 widget in current-testing that tells if
Whonix workstations have synced to a time source. I remember reading a
development thread about it somewhere. I bet those popups are because
something's not matching between versions. Suggest setting your
whonix-gw-15 and whonix-ws-15 templates to also update from Qubes
current-testing repo, to match dom0, and rebooting. Not getting those
popups on a PC where I've updated everything Qubes related to
current-testing.


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Re: [qubes-users] Trouble building RTL8821CE WiFi drivers

2019-09-11 Thread muhammad19238219
Thank you, this worked fine(For future duckduckgoers, I did this on fedora 
in the end, I now feel it makes more sense because the disk usage of the 
template is not avoidable, by having extra templates its just weighing your 
disk down). However I have one last parting question, once I reboot 
sys-net, I lose my driver and have to install it again. I have a feeling 
that I should install the driver in the template to keep persistence, is 
this correct? What is the qubes way to do this?

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[qubes-users] F2 stoped working after last kernel update

2019-09-11 Thread dimi
We used to be able to switch to console when typing password or after to 
see messages, now just black screen. 
Pressing F2 again shows GUI.

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Re: [qubes-users] SWAPGS Side Channel Attack

2019-09-11 Thread Lorenzo Lamas
Thank you Simon for the informative reply. Good to hear there is some 
progress on Spectre variant 1. I hope something similar to Respectre will 
be available in the future.

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[qubes-users] Re: Suspend to RAM not working

2019-09-11 Thread Lorenzo Lamas
Note that Anti Evil Maid is also a variable that affects Suspend. For me, 
when I boot with AEM and suspend the machine, it immediatly shuts down 
instead. Booting without AEM, then Suspend works normally.

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[qubes-users] Re: Popup When Starting or Shutting down Whonix VMs

2019-09-11 Thread pudding
For your reference, I just found that the popup also randomly appears 
during the time a Whonix-base VM is on. :(


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[qubes-users] Re: Popup When Starting or Shutting down Whonix VMs

2019-09-11 Thread pudding

Hello awokd,

No. I updated my Whonix templates from stable repo. Here's exactly what 
I did:


1. I updated whonix-gw-15 and whonix-ws-15 from stable repo (plenty of 
packages to update), and the popup appeared when shutting down these two 
templateVMs;


2. I restarted sys-whonix after templateVMs were shut down, and updated 
dom0 using sys-whonix from stable repo; two packages related to kernel 
were updated, but the popup still appeared when trying to start 
Whonix-based VMs;


3. I updated dom0 from the current-testing repo; the popup problem 
persisted;


4. I rebooted my PC, and the problem is still there.

Pressing "Cancel" in the popup makes the popup go away and the VM start 
or shutdown procedure resume as usual. The popup appears about 3-4 times 
on VM start, random , and 1 time on VM shutdown.


I have encountered this popup problem before, and was able to fix it by 
updating dom0 to current-testing repo, but this time it doesn't work. So 
if there is a way to solve it, I would like to know. Thanks!


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Re: [qubes-users] R4.0.1 UEFI black screen after boot

2019-09-11 Thread Claudia

'awokd' via qubes-users:

duc...@disroot.org:

This is an issue that's been reported before, and some solutions appear
to be out there, including re-installing with Legacy boot. However, they
all seem to involve modifying the installer prior to installation or
making changes via a GRUB menu. I'm never presented with a GRUB menu
with either (I suspect that's a UEFI issue), so I'm not quite sure how
to proceed with troubleshooting.  I want to stick with UEFI-only boot as
far as possible.

The last messages echoed before the black screen are:


[VT-D]Passed iommu=no-igfx option.  Disabling IGD VT-d engine.
Scrubbing Free RAM on 1 nodes using 2 CPUs
.done.
Initial low memory virq threshold set at 0x4000 pages.
Std. Loglevel: All
Guest Loglevel: Nothing (Rate-limited: Errors and warnings)
Xen is relinquishing VGA console.


The screen goes black indefinitely at this point.

This is a device with only integrated GPU so I suspected this might be a
problem.

How should I proceed?


Intel integrated GPU usually works well as is. Are you getting the black
screen when you boot the installer, or after it completes and reboots?



For what it's worth, yesterday I updated dom0 on a previously working 
Qubes 4.0.1 installation, rebooted, and ran into this exact problem. I 
have absolutely no idea if it's related.


Also, re: grub, from my experience it appears to me that it only uses 
grub.efi if you have more than one OS installed, such as R4.0.1 and 
R4.1, otherwise xen.efi is used which does not have any boot menu or 
command line capabilities. I imagine you could change this from rescue 
media using some kind of UEFI boot config utility, or perhaps by running 
grub-install? With rescue media, you also can modify boot parameters in 
/boot/xen.cfg directly.


In my case, changing xen.cfg back to 4.14 kernel seems to solve the 
issue, but I know I had a 4.19 kernel working on this same machine 
before. I haven't tried legacy boot at all.


Anyway, point is that it may not be strictly due to UEFI, per se. For 
me, 4.14 worked fine under UEFI, and then the 4.19 update caused the 
same symptoms you're seeing, which is just like any other 
update-gone-wrong, UEFI or not. Also, I don't even know if it was the 
kernel update that caused it. It could have been caused by a dracut 
update, Xen, or anything else, I assume.


It's on a currently non-production system so I'm probably not going to 
troubleshoot it. Most likely I'll wait around for the next kernel update 
and see if that fixes it, or wait around for 4.0.2 and reinstall and see 
if that fixes it.


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Re: [qubes-users] Re: Suspend to RAM not working

2019-09-11 Thread Claudia

drogo:



On Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 5:22:32 PM UTC-4, Claudia wrote:


drogo:



On Sunday, June 24, 2018 at 10:12:17 PM UTC-4, cooloutac wrote:


On Friday, June 15, 2018 at 5:59:46 PM UTC-4, drogo wrote:

My newly built system is unable to suspend. The process starts, but

fails and ends up with just a locked screen. This is a desktop, so

there

shouldn't be any wifi drivers causing issues. But I'm not sure if

there's a

module that might be making it resume right away.


Any ideas where to start troubleshooting this?

HCL report is attached.


Thank


You can try to see if it suspends on the same baremetal feodora version

as

dom0 to narrow it down to a qubes or xen issue, or try newer fedora and

see

if its a kernel issue.

I had similar issue with suspend ot ram,  but upon resume sys-net has

no

network.  restarting module or network connection doesnt' work.   the
suggested fix of blacklisting network driver module for my desktop in

the

qubes file, in my case ethernet, didn't work either.



I know it's been a  while, and I'm hesitant to resurrect an old thread,

but

I put this on hold for a bit. Also, this system is my daily driver, so
re-installing would be a big interruption.


(Just chiming in here so sorry if I missed anything important)

You don't have to reinstall, just try suspending in a Fedora 25 and/or
Fedora 30 live CD. In my experience, if suspend is going to work at all,
it should work in a live CD just the same. Worth a try, considering it's
trivial to do.

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I must be tired or something (for a year?? :) ) but I completely forgot
about a live-USB.

Just grabbed a copy of Fedora 30, and it suspends successfully. Both by
hitting the power button, and by choosing the "pause" icon from the user
menu.

Thanks for the reminder!



Not sure of your situation, since for some reason I'm not seeing the 
whole thread. (For some reason, sometimes mid-thread replies show up as 
the root of a thread for me, earlier replies sometimes don't show up at 
all, and/or replies will show up as individual, out-of-thread messages.)


... but that probably means that the relevant drivers aren't in F25 
(whether originally or by updates). I ran into the same issue recently; 
bought-new a relatively recent laptop, which fails to resume on F25 and 
Qubes but resumes flawlessly on F30 and Ubuntu 19.04. i.e. The hardware 
is too new for the software.


You could try upgrading to the testing or unstable dom0 kernels (up to 
5.9 available, I think) and Xen versions. In my case, interestingly, 
this didn't work. F30 with an older kernel worked, but not Qubes (F25) 
with a newer kernel. So apparently userland plays a role as well.


Beyond that, there's no remedy that I know of. I remember reading 
somewhere that upgrading dom0 to F30 is more or less impossible, and I 
don't think minor releases (R4.0) ever ship newer Fedoras. You might be 
able to narrow down what userland components are responsible, and 
upgrade them specifically, but I have no idea how to go about this (if 
you do, let me know!). And finally, while there are pre-release R4.1 (w/ 
F30) builds available, I'm guessing it'll probably be at least another 
year or so until we get an R4.1 beta.


And of course, Xen doesn't support hibernate, and Qubes doesn't support 
Xen's "save VM state" feature.


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Re: [qubes-users] Popup When Starting or Shutting down Whonix VMs

2019-09-11 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
pudding:
> Hello,
> today after updating my whonix-ws-15 and whonix-gw-15 template, every
> time I start or shut down any of my whonix AppVMs or templateVMs, I get
> the "Operation execution" popup like the attached pic 3 or 4 times. It's
> pretty annoying. I tried updating dom0 from current-testing repo, but
> the problem persists. Is there any way to make the popup disappear?
> Thank you!
> 
You said you updated dom0, but did you also update your templates from
current-testing, and reboot afterwards?

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[qubes-users] Is it safe to reinstall templates automatically again?

2019-09-11 Thread tetrahedra via qubes-users

The docs on template reinstallation indicate that QSB 050 means it is
not safe to automatically reinstall templates:
https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/reinstall-template/

However QSB 050 suggests that patches were pushed out some time ago:
https://www.qubes-os.org/news/2019/07/24/qsb-050/

Indeed `sudo qubes-dom0-update --enablerepo=qubes-dom0-security-testing`
says no new patches are available.

Does this mean that (contrary to the template reinstall docs) it is safe
to use automatic reinstallation now?

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