'PR' via qubes-users [2017-05-16 11:01 +0200]:
> I am able to launch Keepass from my vault AppVM:
> [user@vault ~] qvm-run '$dispvm' keepass
> this opens up keepass in a new disposable App VM.
> How can I pass my keepass file to this AppVM, so that it will be
'Piit' via qubes-users [2017-05-16 10:49 +0200]:
> qubes-pass brought my attention to pass(wordstore) which I haven't
> heard of before. I've setup pass in my vault AppVM, which I am
> currently using to host my credentials with Keepass. This works quit
Are these instructions of any help? You basically just follow the
instructions for building Arch.
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Gaiko Kyofusho [2017-05-06 03:18 +0200]:
> I have some programs in 1-2 of my appVMs that are not installed, I just
> extracted them and execute them (eg ./executablefile.sh).
> Is there a way that I can make these show up on the xfce menu (which I am
> thinknig is
Patrick Bouldin [2017-05-06 00:26 +0200]:
> Hi, I'm still having trouble with screenshots. Spent a lot of time trying to
> install Eva's tool. I started here as recommended:
> I'm just not understanding the
wordswithn...@gmail.com [2017-05-02 17:07
> Any thoughts (Micah or the community), on whether this creates an
> avenue for persistent compromise of a VM?
> Maybe there's a way to make this change persistent from the
> TemplateVM, eg store the .desktop file
wordswithn...@gmail.com [2017-05-02 20:48 +0200]:
> 'make install-deps' and manually attempting to install the dependencies
> confirms that they're all installed.
I got this error when I tried to build debian-8-minimal in
fedora-25-minimal (I believe). Do you use
Gaiko [2017-05-02 03:36 +0200]:
> > What happens if you run `qvm-open-in-vm work https://qubes-os.org` in
> > tbirdVM
> it seems to work just fine that way
> > and when you run xdg-open https://qubes-os.org in the work VM
> > (without the quotes)?
Gaiko [2017-05-01 21:34 +0200]:
> On Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 2:38:22 PM UTC-4, Micah Lee wrote:
> > I published a quick blog post explaining how I do this:
> > https://micahflee.com/2016/06/qubes-tip-opening-links-in-your-preferred-appvm/
> This would be
Unman [2017-04-25 20:48 +0200]:
> I'm not convinced becase my stretch works as expected without gvfs-bin,
> but it is built not upgraded. gvfs-bin brings in gvfs-common, so it may
> be that that's what iss required and isnt in a Jesie-upgarded system.
It also works in
Unman [2017-02-23 13:56 +0100]:
> The "DisposableVM" entries in the xfce menus are sourced from
> Create the desktop file in /usr/local/share/applications
> Then reference it in the qubes-dispvm.menu file.
Dominique St-Pierre Boucher [2017-03-23 14:54
> I was able to build a jessie minimal template but not a stretch one.
> So I decided to clone it and upgrade the template. I ran into a lot of
> issues with that. The way I was able to finally do it was to enable
Ok, so I did a bit of poking around.
xdg-mime: mimetype argument missing
Try 'xdg-mime --help' for more information.
Which fits with xdg-mime not being able to recognize the mimetype of
This phenomenon is described in a post on Ask Ubuntu (from May
Unman [2017-04-25 15:21 +0200]:
> I'm pretty sure this is one of those distro/desktop things, because it
> works for me as expected, although you havent said what application or
> filetype is concerned. Nor what Template you are using.
I use a debian-8 template
So I've added an entry to ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list in
my DispVM and opening files of the corresponding type with
qvm-open-in-dvm works just as it should (opening the files in the
desired app in a new DispVM).
But if I try to run xdg-open in a DispVM with the same file, it does
When I change a running DispVM's NetWM (in the Qubes VM Manager) (e.g.
from sys-whonix to sys-firewall) the DispVM loses its internet
connection. Changing the NetWM of a normal AppVM based on the same
TempVM as the DispVM does not cause any issues. How could this be?
I'm running Qubes 3.2. The
Unman [2017-02-18 01:54 +0100]:
> Well you haven't said how you intend to add launcher commands to your
> What HawKing has shown you is a template for the command that you need
> to run in dom0 to launch programs in a dispVM:
> "echo |
You have to use the proper name of the TemplateVM (as there are multiple
TemplateVMs), e.g. fedora-23 or debian-8. You can find the name in the
Qubes VM Manager.
marcusdil...@mdnetz.com [2017-02-21 10:49 +0100]:
> Am Dienstag, 21. Februar 2017 10:39:07
hawk...@bitmessage.ch [2017-02-17 22:10 +0100]:
> You could add a new "launcher" button to the XFCE panel, and for it's
> execute command, follow this example for the tor browser (under section:
> How to use Tor Browser behind TorVM), but other applications should
> work in
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