Re: [qubes-users] Group/Hide VMs (e.g. mark arbitrary VM as "internal")

2016-10-17 Thread Robert Mittendorf

Am 10/11/2016 um 08:05 PM schrieb Unman:

qvm-prefs  -s internal True

Simple as that ? - thank you!
I checked the config files and did not find the "internal" switch

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Re: [qubes-users] Group/Hide VMs (e.g. mark arbitrary VM as "internal")

2016-10-11 Thread Unman
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 03:23:00PM +0200, Robert Mittendorf wrote:
> Hey again,
> 
> I have quite some VMs that I don't use very often (e.g. for backup reasons).
> I'd like to hide those without hiding all inactive VMs.
> Is it possible to mark an own VM as "internal" like the fedora-23-dvm
> template?
> 
> For future versions it might be nice to be able to group VMs or set as
> "hidden".
> If this is a security concern one could define that running VMs are always
> shown, no matter whether they are hidden or not.
> 
> Robert
> 

Absolutely you can.
qvm-prefs  -s internal True

This has the added benefit of keeping those qubes off the menu.


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