Re: [qubes-users] Re: Unsure about network device attachment to VMs

2019-09-19 Thread Anil Eklavya
> So, I am not sure whether it is a problem related to Qubes, or the graphics > card or with BIOS. My hunch is still that it is with BIOS, unless the > hardware itself is compromised. At this point (that is since I reinstalled Windows 10), I have don’t have any Qubes on my system, but the

Re: [qubes-users] Re: Unsure about network device attachment to VMs

2019-09-19 Thread Anil Eklavya
>> Your system intermittently freezing sounds like it could be >> https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/5272 too. > > It does seem like it, but one difference is that this time I haven’t even > updated dom0 yet. I have not connected to internet at all, as I was first > trying to

[qubes-users] Any virtualizer / emulator working in Qubes OS?

2019-09-19 Thread Patrick Schleizer
Is there any virtualizer / emulator working inside Qubes OS AppVMs? -- 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

Re: [qubes-users] whonix-15 TB in dvm on Safest has whitelisted sites in NoScript by default

2019-09-19 Thread scurge1tl
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 Patrick Schleizer: > Whonix source code doesn't write literally googlevideo, netflix, > outlook, etc. anywhere. It does not do anything to give special > treatment to any websites. > > By policy, for simplicity, clean implementation and

[qubes-users] partition resizing

2019-09-19 Thread josefh.maier via qubes-users
Hello list, is there a way to resize the partition used by Qubes after the installation of Qubes, e.g. with a tool "inside" Qubes or e.g. with gparted after booting the PC with some kind of Linux Live DVD? Thank you! Regards, Joe -- You received this message because you are subscribed to

Re: [qubes-users] System and Template updates over Tor

2019-09-19 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
duc...@disroot.org: > I followed the Onionizing Repos guide, commented out the metalinks and > uncommented the onion lines. On first test (sudo qubes-dom0-update) I > got a 404 error: > >> HTTP Error 404 - Not Found > >>

Re: [qubes-users] R4.0.1 installer rejects 32GB flash drive as too small at default settings

2019-09-19 Thread duc01k
duc...@disroot.org: > R4.0.1, all checksums verified, GPG sig verified, GPG fingerprint > reasonably well confirmed through online searches. Installing from a > bootable USB flash drive created using /dd/. I couldn't find anything > relating to this issue after searching. > > I've just spent some

Re: [qubes-users] System and Template updates over Tor

2019-09-19 Thread duc01k
duc...@disroot.org: > 'awokd' via qubes-users: >> duc...@disroot.org: >> >>> Based on the settings I chose, should I have expected the >>> qubes-dom0-update commands to leverage a Tor connection? >> >> Yes. >> >>> Does it seem >>> likely that they did in this case? >> >> No; agree it doesn't sound

Re: [qubes-users] Whonix Tor Browser Starter safest setting fails

2019-09-19 Thread Patrick Schleizer
'b17b7bdb' via qubes-users: > - JavaScript is ALLOWED on selected sites. > To view these sites click on the NoScript Preferences button in the > about:addons page and then select the Per-Site Permissions tab. Whonix source code doesn't write literally googlevideo, netflix, outlook, etc.

Re: [qubes-users] whonix-15 TB in dvm on Safest has whitelisted sites in NoScript by default

2019-09-19 Thread Patrick Schleizer
Whonix source code doesn't write literally googlevideo, netflix, outlook, etc. anywhere. It does not do anything to give special treatment to any websites. By policy, for simplicity, clean implementation and whatnot, the "inside" of Tor Browser isn't modified by Whonix. This is elaborated here: