> How can I save session inside appvms (here, Fedora template), for future
> restore, since /org/gnome/gnome-session does not exist/work.
I was wondering about something similar too, but from the "xl save" and
"xl restore" angle. e.g. by inroducing "save" and
> On 03/14/2017 11:30 PM, sm8ax1 wrote:
>> Second, you mention that ~/.bin/sudo could be overwritten with the
>> attacker's binary or a script. I'm not sure I understand what you mean
>> exactly... the real sudo works by virtue of being owned by root w
> On 03/14/2017 09:13 AM, sm8ax1 wrote:
>> I still haven't heard any rebuttals against how sudo can help mitigate
>> attacks against the virtualization (persistence aside). Without sudo,
>> unprivileged processes can access /proc/xen/privcmd, raw
> Andrew David Wong:
>> On 2017-03-13 22:09, Chris Laprise wrote:
>>> On 03/12/2017 06:09 PM, 7v5w7go9ub0o wrote:
>>>> On 03/12/2017 12:45 PM, Andrew David Wong wrote:
>>>>> On 2017-03-11 19:41, Unman wrote:
>>>>>> On Sa
> On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 04:43:41PM +0000, sm8ax1 wrote:
>>> On 03/11/2017 12:10 PM, Alex wrote:
>>>> On 03/11/2017 12:14 PM, Chris Laprise wrote:
>>>>> On 03/11/2017 04:20 AM, Alex wrot
> On 03/11/2017 12:10 PM, Alex wrote:
>> On 03/11/2017 12:14 PM, Chris Laprise wrote:
>>> On 03/11/2017 04:20 AM, Alex wrote:
the only really read-write directories (their changes are
actually persisted) are /home and /usr/local.
>>> That is enough to be able to
> This part of the file system is not rewritten on every boot. Are you
> constantly somehow verifying your VM every boot, every 5 minutes, every web
> page load? Or are you restoring from a backup every boot or worse rebuilding
> the entire VM from a template every time you
> W dniu czwartek, 9 marca 2017 23:28:24 UTC+1 użytkownik evo napisał:
>> Am 03/09/2017 um 11:26 PM schrieb Grzesiek Chodzicki:
>>> W dniu czwartek, 9 marca 2017 23:19:23 UTC+1 użytkownik evo napisał:
Am 03/09/2017 um 11:12 PM schrieb Grzesiek Chodzicki:
> W dniu
> On 03/08/2017 08:50 AM, taii...@gmx.com wrote:
>> "The Linux kernel, I believe, is clean.
> You lost me right there. I don't believe in hero worship, and if anyone
> thinks Linus is fallible it is the people on this list.
Thanks for addressing this, Chris.
> My name is William Fisher, and I built a desktop specifically for Qubes Os.
> I have one Samsung M.2 NVMe SSD and one 1TB disk drive. After I install
> Qubes to the SSD and reboot, it does not recognize the SSD as a bootable
> device. Using the same install procedures on
> I've been using i3 in dom0 for about a month now, and I wanted to share a few
> tips and tricks (partly so I can have them in a centralized place for
> 1. To lock the screen on suspend and resume, you need to add a systemd target
> in /etc/systemd/system. This
> On 03/05/2017 08:11 AM, sm8ax1 wrote:
>> Thanks, I read the custom install page prior to installing, but I was
>> unaware of #2340.
>> To be honest, when I decided I wanted BTRFS, I just sort of assumed that
>> guest disk images were lo
> is there any possibility to get everything deleted in home folder if i
> restart the VM (in that case untrusted)?
> this would be more secure, so there will be no need to take care of
> surfing and such things.
DisposableVMs are meant for that.
> On Sat, Mar 04, 2017 at 11:30:35PM -, pixr...@mail2tor.com wrote:
>> What needs to be done that IMAP goes over TOR? can this be done and if so
>> how should I set it up in Qubes?
> Just put your mail qubes downstream from a TorVM, so that the traffic is
> routed through Tor.
Andrew David Wong:
> On 2017-03-04 06:35, sm8ax1 wrote:
>> I just installed Qubes yesterday and wanted to share my thoughts and
>> some issues I ran into.
>> Table of Contents
>> 1. Use Case / Thanks
>> 2. Minor issues with manual parti
I just installed Qubes yesterday and wanted to share my thoughts and
some issues I ran into.
Table of Contents
1. Use Case / Thanks
2. Minor issues with manual partitioning and assigning mountpoints
3. First-boot dialog
4. NetworkManager applet didn't start the first time
5. Modifying /etc
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