> Unfortunately after the last update of Qubes 4.0 I have a kernel panic:
> "unable to mount root fa on unknown block" and would appreciate if
> somebody here could give me a tip.
> I installed Qubes 4.0-RC1 and since then been only updating.
That could be the
> per the network printing docs it says to :
> "Open an AppVM (make sure it’s based on the template where you just
> installed the printer, normally all AppVMs are based on the default
> template), and test if printing works. If it doesn’t then probably the
> Hi, all. I apologize in advance that I'm totally new to Qubes and somewhat
> new to the Linux environment in general.
You do not need to apologize! No one is born knowing all these things.
You just simply need to have a willingness to learn, that's it. Don't
> Is it possible to start all VMs marked as "Start qube automatically on boot"
> on Qubes OS boot and not on user login in Qubes OS?
> Is it possible to do it without Qubes OS autologin?
> I want to have a working server application on VM on Qubes OS boot without
'awokd' via qubes-users:
> On Wed, January 31, 2018 2:39 pm, jaya...@gmail.com wrote:
>> What do you mean it is easy to do? Where do you get a compatible wireless
>> card, that is definitely supported by Qubes anyway?
You can purchase them many places online, even Amazon, for example, for
> i clicked view and hide something i think
Right click inside the window, click "show menu bar" at the bottom of
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> On Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 3:13:47 AM UTC+1, joeh...@gmail.com
>> I burned the ISO to USB stick then started to install Qubes but got
>> the following:
>> [0.093375] ACPI Error: [\SB_.PCIO.XHC_.RHUB.HS11] Namespace
>> lookup failure, AE_NOT_FOUND
> 'P R' via qubes-users:
>> I have spend several hours to built new Template VMs from scratch (more
>> precise: the fedora-24-minimal templates).
>> Now I have the problem, that my new disposable VMs all start without an
'P R' via qubes-users:
> I have spend several hours to built new Template VMs from scratch (more
> precise: the fedora-24-minimal templates).
> Now I have the problem, that my new disposable VMs all start without an
> attaches Net-VM.
> sys-usb, sys-firewall, sys-net are now all
> On 06/15/2017 01:53 PM, Zrubi wrote:
>> -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
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>> On 06/15/2017 06:34 PM, Reg Tiangha wrote:
>>> Curious: For those apps that exhibit that behavior, are they
>>> running on Debian 9 or Fedora 25 templates?
>> Fedora 24
'Tomei Ningen' via qubes-users:
>> I'm a strong advocate of using minimal (or smaller) templates,
>> customised for specific use cases. Some people HATE this approach.
> Really? Coming from the sort of people with the patience for an OS
> like Qubes? I'd think anyone who's involved
> hi every one, i'm using Win7 64 bit in Quebe, I have a case that when i dont
> use the VM in 15-20 min, window VM disappear and i cant find this vm anymore,
> i have to restart vm or kill it to reuse it. Any one have solution for my
> problem? Thank you
> I upgraded to 3.2 by backing up in 3.1 and restoring in 3.2.
Did you back up dom0 in 3.1? That is where such configs are.
> I was using xfce in 3.1 and had 4 workspaces (or activities) and each had its
> own background image and I had different icons placed on each one.
Manuel Amador (Rudd-O):
> On 08/12/2016 01:39 PM, neilhard...@gmail.com wrote:
>> I would like to be able to do something like:
>> 1. Use Whonix/Tor as a disposable VM
>> 2. Record browsing history using an external software
>> One of the reasons I don't use Tor that much (other than slow
>> eth0 is an uplink to sys-net. And /etc/resolv.conf there indeed is
>> generated, so manual changes will be lost. There is a way to avoid this
>> using /etc/qubes/protected-files.d/, but I think it isn't the way to go.
>> Better adjust NetworkManager settings in sys-net,
>> If I understand correctly, permanently changing /etc/resolv.conf in the
>> ProxyVM to show:
>> nameserver 188.8.131.52
>> nameserver 184.108.40.206
>> should achieve that in a standalone ProxyVM.
> Thanks for your answer. I thought that changing
> I'm trying to figure out how I can change my DNS settings for an
> AppVM. I'm relatively new to Qubes, so other related issues in this
> forum have clarified me some ideas but I am still quite puzzled.
> This is what I have done so far:
> 1 - I have created a
> Jeremy Rand:
>> Marek Marczykowski-Górecki:
>> Try this:
>> Go to system settings -> Application Style -> Window Decorations. It
>> should be set to "Breeze". If it is set to "Plastik", it may be the
>> cause of the problems.
>> If this is the case, I think this may be related to KDE
> Thank you guys, great work.
> Just a little side note, yesterday when I updated it seemed to break my
> window borders in KDE. I am now using XFCE and all seems fine.
> I have not tried KDE again today, just trying to get use to XFCE now as that
> is your focus now.
> On Friday, July 22, 2016 at 7:24:16 PM UTC-4, raah...@gmail.com
>> On Friday, July 1, 2016 at 6:03:23 PM UTC-4, Qubed One wrote:
>>> Marek Marczykowski-Górecki:
>>>> On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 10:36:42AM -0700, raahe...@gmail.com
> I just freshly installed the os and now with every boot it hangs on
> the message nouveau DRM failed to create kernal channel 22. What does
> this mean and how to I get past that error? My computer is running
> with an Asus x99 delux, an Intel core i7 5960x extreme cpu,
Gustavo Lapido Loureiro:
> I changed my personal vm max memory to 8 GB since this will be the vm
> where I plan to run most of my applications, most of them memory
> consuming (Firefox with hundreds of opened tabs, video playing, image
> processing...). Initial memory was automatically adjusted to
>> Hello Andrew
>>> This is the NetworkManager applet running in sys-firewall. Normally,
>>> sys-firewall is connected to sys-net for network access, and the
>>> NetworkManager applet only runs in sys-net. (Th
> Hello Andrew
>> This is the NetworkManager applet running in sys-firewall. Normally,
>> sys-firewall is connected to sys-net for network access, and the
>> NetworkManager applet only runs in sys-net. (The situation can be
>> different if you're running things
> I have read a lot of documentation and the laptop is on the HCL as working.
> i7 4900
> Nvidia K2100M
> 16GB RAM
> 3k Dispaly
> Installer will freeze after about 1 minute in the GUI everytime, no matter
> what step you are one.
> Things I noticed:
> On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 10:36:42AM -0700, raahe...@gmail.com wrote:
>> Will we be able to upgrade to 3.2 from dom0 update eventually? Or if we
>> choose not to reinstall is there security implications?
> Yes. Experimental instruction already online:
> I am trying to install qubes-usb-proxy in my Fedora-23-template in
> 3.2RC1 but dnf cannot find it. When I do a "dnf search qubes" I get
> listed several qubes-packages but nothing like qubes-usb-proxy.
> Do I need to enable an extra repo, is the problem once again
Andrew David Wong:
> On 2016-06-19 00:09, CANNON NATHANIEL CIOTA wrote:
>>> 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
> $ qvm-create-default-dvm
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