[qubes-users] Re: Qubes Canary #21

2019-10-15 Thread max via qubes-users
tirsdag den 15. oktober 2019 kl. 03.21.03 UTC+2 skrev Andrew David Wong: > > Dear Qubes Community, > > We have published Qubes Canary #21. The text of this canary is > reproduced below. This canary and its accompanying signatures will > always be available in the Qubes Security Pack

[qubes-users] `sanity-squashfs` available and removed notifications

2019-10-15 Thread tetrahedra via qubes-users
Dom0 device notifications (same style as when attaching a USB stick) keep popping up, along the lines of: /tmp/sanity-squashfs-290* (deleted) is available /tmp/sanity-squashfs-290* (deleted) is removed As far as I know there is no update process running in the background. journalctl in dom0

Re: [qubes-users] Re: Anyone tried Anbox ('Android in a box') under Qubes

2019-10-15 Thread Andrew David Wong
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 On 2019-10-15 7:46 AM, 'Heinrich Ulbricht' via qubes-users wrote: > Two years later - did anybody try this again and succeeded? > > I tried installing it in an Ubuntu 10 template VM (there is now *apt > install anbox*!) but got stuck at the kernel

[qubes-users] Safe to switch default-mgmt-dvm TemplateVM from Fedora 29 to Fedora 30?

2019-10-15 Thread 'Heinrich Ulbricht' via qubes-users
I want to switch the template for all my Fedora 29 AppVMs to Fedora 30. In the process I learned about *default-mgmt-dvm* which is currently based on Fedora 29. Is it safe to simply switch the template to a (stock+updates) Fedora 30 template? This issues

[qubes-users] Re: Anyone tried Anbox ('Android in a box') under Qubes

2019-10-15 Thread 'Heinrich Ulbricht' via qubes-users
Two years later - did anybody try this again and succeeded? I tried installing it in an Debian 10 template VM (there is now *apt install anbox*!) but got stuck at the kernel modules as another person trying it here . On

[qubes-users] Re: Anyone tried Anbox ('Android in a box') under Qubes

2019-10-15 Thread 'Heinrich Ulbricht' via qubes-users
Two years later - did anybody try this again and succeeded? I tried installing it in an Ubuntu 10 template VM (there is now *apt install anbox*!) but got stuck at the kernel modules as another person trying it here . On