[qubes-users] Re: "Qubes Air: Generalizing the Qubes Architecture" by Joanna Rutkowska

2018-01-25 Thread Vít Šesták
Raspberry Pi as a DVM is not that easy, but it is probably possible: 1. Let's have an image for the "VM" in your laptop. 2. Insert a SD card to the laptop and dd the image. 3. Boot Raspberry Pi. This assumes that: * You perform this every time you want a clean state. * Raspberry Pi has no

[qubes-users] Re: "Qubes Air: Generalizing the Qubes Architecture" by Joanna Rutkowska

2018-01-24 Thread Tim W
On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 11:30:08 PM UTC-5, Syd Brisby wrote: > some considerations: > > * Raspberry Pi, beagleboard, USB armory, etc are very low-powered devices (in > both CPU & RAM). So running Qubes software on them at a productive speed will > be a challenge. > > * You're saying

[qubes-users] Re: "Qubes Air: Generalizing the Qubes Architecture" by Joanna Rutkowska

2018-01-24 Thread Alex Dubois
On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 04:30:08 UTC, Syd Brisby wrote: > some considerations: > > * Raspberry Pi, beagleboard, USB armory, etc are very low-powered devices (in > both CPU & RAM). So running Qubes software on them at a productive speed will > be a challenge. Perfectly fine as a USB

[qubes-users] Re: "Qubes Air: Generalizing the Qubes Architecture" by Joanna Rutkowska

2018-01-23 Thread Syd Brisby
some considerations: * Raspberry Pi, beagleboard, USB armory, etc are very low-powered devices (in both CPU & RAM). So running Qubes software on them at a productive speed will be a challenge. * You're saying that laptop hardware specs are a problem for users. But remember we had the problem

[qubes-users] Re: "Qubes Air: Generalizing the Qubes Architecture" by Joanna Rutkowska

2018-01-22 Thread Alex Dubois
On Monday, 22 January 2018 15:35:47 UTC, Andrew David Wong wrote: > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > Hash: SHA512 > > Dear Qubes Community, > > Joanna Rutkowska has just published a new article titled "Qubes Air: > Generalizing the Qubes Architecture." The article is available both on >