On Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 9:48:31 PM UTC-5, Johannes Zipperer wrote:
> I tested Qubes 3.2 with the Fedora 24 template for about 5 hours intensely.
I have been using Qubes 3.2 for about two months on a Surface Pro 2 (8GB RAM.)
Most of my observations have been in line with yours. Overall,
> Likely the filesystem (FAT?) on the destination cannot handle files over
> a certain size. You may want to reformat it with a native Linux fs like
> Chris Laprise, tas...@openmailbox.org
> PGP: BEE2 20C5 356E 764A 73EB 4AB3 1DC4 D106 F07F
On Friday, March 17, 2017 at 3:31:37 PM UTC-4, Chris Laprise wrote:
> On 03/17/2017 02:55 PM, jimmy.dack...@gmail.com wrote:
> > I'm trying out the backup feature in Qubes but getting an error.
> > I'm trying to save VMs totaling 22.4GB in size on a USB stick with 63GB
> > free.
> > At
I'm trying out the backup feature in Qubes but getting an error.
I'm trying to save VMs totaling 22.4GB in size on a USB stick with 63GB free.
At 19% progress is get:
"[Dom0] Backup error!
ERROR: Failed to write the backup, VM output: cat: write error: File too large."
Is there a maximum file
I really like transparent Terminal windows and would like to use them in
AppVMs. They work on the dom0 Terminal, no sweat. But when I try to set the
Background to transparent in the Terminal Preferences in any Fedora-24 AppVM I
get: "Sorry, your Window Manager does not support compositing:
On Monday, February 27, 2017 at 12:13:15 PM UTC-5, Grzesiek Chodzicki wrote:
> run qvm-sync-appmenus in dom0
Thanks so much for the reply! You are of course exactly correct, that works
perfectly. It is in the Documentation, too, under Common Tasks--I had been
looking in the Configuration and
I installed a program via RPM on the Fedora-24 TemplateVM. When I run an AppVM
based on the template, the program comes up if I run it from the command line.
However, I'd like to be able to run it from the GUI, same as a browser,
When I go to Settings for the AppVM
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Assuming one wants to have all internet traffic go through a VPN, is having
both a VPN proxyVM and a firewall VM redundant? In other words, does the
proxyVM with the VPN running in it serve as a firewall just as well? Or is
there still some reason to have two separate VMs in this use case?
Following up on the firmware idea, I ran "modinfo mwifiex_usb" (my Marvell
wireless SoC is a PCI-USB device) and got these results:
On Monday, February 6, 2017 at 9:14:44 AM UTC-5, 01v3g4n10 wrote:
> Did you assign your wireless device to the qube?
Yes, indeed. I don't think it would have worked with the full Fedora template
either, if I hadn't.
>Also make sure that you have your devices firmware installed.
I do have a
On Monday, February 6, 2017 at 3:44:37 AM UTC-5, Andrew David Wong wrote:
> Also, take a look at the "NetVM" and "NetVM (extra firmware)" rows of this
That is in fact where I started (always start with primary
On Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 9:57:38 PM UTC-5, Tim W wrote:
> It might help if you posted up a list of all the packages you installed tot
> he minimal template for NetVM support.
I followed the recommendations from the Qubes docs at:
I have a netVM that works fine with a regular Fedora template but not
Fedora-minimal. I've tried both Fedora-23-minimal and Fedora-24-minimal but
neither seems work.
The icon for networking does appear on the panel but Wi-Fi is not on it and
there is no option to enable it. So it seems like
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