Ted Brenner wrote:
> What is the best way to add and partition disks in dom0? I just added
> some hard drives that I'd like to format and partition and then pass
> those to a guest VM for storing my person files. With xfce, I don't
> see any GUI based disk utility. Does this have to be done via
Chris Bensch wrote:
> I'm running Qubes 3.2. I have a Debian HVM that works perfect when using the
> default sys-firewall as the netvm. If I change the netvm to another proxyvm
> such as a VPN (https://github.com/Rudd-O/qubes-vpn) or change it to the
> default sys-whonix, I lose all
> Hello, I bricked my system a bit. Yesterady I decided to follow the
> ..onion update procedure. For dom0 all went well (after reading that I
> must change to whonix-net),but I had to modify the debian-8 and
> fedora-24 repo-files "by hand". No big deal. I could update f24 (this
Drew White wrote:
> What is the easiest way to truncate a non-linux HVM filesystem so that it can
> be smaller and take up less space?
1. Resize the filesystem from inside the HVM in a supported way (maybe
with a Live CD?)
2. Actually truncate the backing file
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Garrett Robinson wrote:
> I am working on transitioning my day-to-day software development work to
> Qubes. The primary challenge that I face is widespread use of Vagrant
> for provisioning development environments. I am aware of the challenges
> and concerns around hacking Qubes to achieve nested
> Thank you Angel, for helping me.
You're welcome, Bernhard.
> and, as I said, nothing starts. I start thinking of a disaster-mode data
> recovery since I do not know how I could possibly unbrick a system that
> has no network anymore?!
That's just because most VMs depends
> When I try this process now, the PDF conversion progress window gets
> to like 95% full and then hangs. I'm notified that a script appears
> to have hung and asked if it should be terminated. This is happening
> consistently with the same PDF.
Does it only fail with *this*
> Hey there,
> today I noticed that my dispVM is no longer working (not in Dom0 and not
> in AppVMs). There is the notification that the DispVM starts, but
> nothing shows up.
> If I start the internal fedora-23-dvm I boots up without any problems
> and also
> I need to run Samsung Magician software in Windows to flash the firmware of
> the SSD's I put in the laptop, is there any special way I need to setup the
> Windows VM to give direct access to the firmware
I don't think that is going to work at all. If you really need to do
> my default net-sys includes both Ethernet and Wifi. I wanted to split them
> out into
> net-sys-eth and
> each with the appropriate PCI device. I tried to clone the net-sys but it is
> greyed out and I was wondering why
Probably because it is running. Stop
> Thus, is there a (documented) way to add a newer kernel to the 3.2 install
> image? I'd rather avoid taking the SSD out and install qubes in my older
> Thanks in advance,
For booting the install or for being installed?
I expect that changing
> On Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 4:51:44 PM UTC+4, Steve wrote:
> > I would like to be able to run Spinrite which runs in DR-DOS in a VM. The
> > software needs to have direct access to the SATA hard drives. Is this
> > likely to be possible
> I have been researching and to
> My question is:
> how can I manage to print directly on my network printer?
> how to copy files (without using a usb hdd or something like this)from my
> windows hvm to my printer appvm?
You could connect the Windows VM to a printer-vm per
> What's your highest DispVM number you've accomplished through legitimate
> daily use?
About 10, achieved while debugging them. DispVMs don't work here :)
(courtesy of https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2182
I wish there was an option to disable savefiles usage.
Pawel Debski wrote:
> > How do I check whether it is really mounted in dom0?
> > (I think it is not, but maybe I'm doing something wrong
> notification bubble should pop up on the screen. I think its usually sr0 or
> What would be the right command in Konsole?
pixel fairy wrote:
> when booting qubes-os on a mac (hardware 11,3) filevault stops accepting the
> passphrase and you have to use the reset key to make a new one.
> ive only done this with an external drive. for some reason, qubes is either
> writing to the internal drive, or the mac
Otto Kratik wrote:
> Is there any way to easily refresh/restore the System Tools shortcuts,
> without having to add each one back manually in some obscure way? I don't
> even remember what all the normal items under that menu are, but they
> suddenly just vanished without warning or
> I wanted to provide my fedora template with mplayer (command line
> version). But according to dnf / yum that does not exist (?). This seems
> a subject on its own in stand-alone fedora (f22 at least), and have
> qubes-fedora won't make it more easy, I fear. I could
> Hello @all!
> I installed the default arch community template using,
> sudo qubes-dom0-update --enablerepo=qubes-templates-community
> But when I click on the update button I get an error:
> ::Synchronizing package
Robert Mittendorf wrote:
> The second and third post were send as a new mail (not a reply).
> Why do these mails appears as answers here?
Where is "here"? The google groups web interface?
> The first post was send as a reply to the mailing list, changing the
> topic and expecting to create a
Marek Marczykowski-Górecki wrote:
> Fixes for both issues already merged:
> Thanks Nicklaus!
Is there a flag so that qubes-builder picks the master branch instead of
> Please tell, how can I enable sharing the compiled-and-installed-from-source
> software with the TemplateBasedVM's ? Or it is discouraged by Qubes to
> compile the software by yourself?
It should be working:
* Place the files in the TemplateVM (somewhere different
Daniel Moerner wrote:
> On 01/08/2017 04:14 PM, haaber wrote:
> > Thank you. Doing this, I have compose key in dom0, but not in any
> > other domain. Do I miss something? Bernhard
> Please remember to reply to the list as well. For me, using Left Win,
> this setting sets the
Nicklaus McClendon wrote:
> On 01/09/2017 08:12 PM, Caleb Thompson wrote:
> > Update: I'm trying to figure out why the report says I have no
> > IOMMU when my BIOS says I'm set to VT-x. Are they different things?
> > Is an IOMMU something I can take my computer to a computer store to
> > have
On 2017-07-31 at 12:15 +, Kelly Dean wrote:
> In Qubes 3.2 with i3, in any qube, regardless of which template I use, and
> regardless of which physical keyboard I use, the right Alt key is useless
> when mapped as AltGr, because it generates spurious Alt_L events.
> With a standard
On 2017-05-01 at 18:32 -0700, Gaiko wrote:
> On Monday, May 1, 2017 at 6:40:40 PM UTC-4, Ángel wrote:
> > On 2017-05-01 at 12:34 -0700, Gaiko wrote:
> > > Thoughts?
> > Does your desktop file validate?
> > ie. run: desktop-file-validate open_work_vm.d
Really basic hints, but often those end up being the hardest to realize.
> attaching audio input to the VM i'm listening music in does nothing.
Did you enable audio input for this VM?
(Right-click the VM on qubes-manager and choose "Enable audio input", or
press the mic button on the toolbar.)
On 2017-05-18 at 07:20 -0700, loke...@gmail.com wrote:
> I regularly compile the latest version of Emacs for use in my development VM.
> I simply compile Emacs from the git repository and install it in /usr/local.
> All works the way it's supposed to.
> However, I now have more than one VM
On 2017-05-01 at 12:34 -0700, Gaiko wrote:
Does your desktop file validate?
ie. run: desktop-file-validate open_work_vm.desktop
If the desktop file is malformed, it will be bypassed silently.
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Steve is right in the wrong placement of sudo, but I don't think
brackets would do (that would create a subshell in your current sh).
You simply need to add sudo in front of dd, which is the only one that
needs elevated privileges, ie.
openssl enc -aes-256-ctr -pass pass:"$(dd if=/dev/urandom
You can configure the software inside your TemplateVM.
I would place your favorite Firefox settings in a .js inside
/etc/firefox (or /etc/firefox-esr)
Note that this is done with the internal names (ie. as if done with
about:config), so it may be a bit hard need a to find out the mapping
This paper is most interesting for the discovery of multiple ways email
client leak information on visualization.
(not clearly stated in the paper: some of them are already fixed, while
in other cases the developers are still working on providing them)
Luckily, with Qubes it is easy to set a
On 2018-08-18 at 07:09 -0700, Marcus Linsner wrote:
> Since systemd exposes the hostname "_gateway" (ie. `ping _gateway`) on
> systemd OSes, does this pose any security risk if any website decides
> to use that hostname to access your router?
> On appVMs this apparently can't be an issue,
Thanks for all your work, Joanna!
Good luck at the Golem Project.
I am sure that having you on board it will feature many 'interesting'
properties that otherwise it wouldn't.
Remember to s/אמת/מת/ should you have trouble with the golems
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On 2020-08-11 at 18:15 -0700, BGW wrote:
> I hope that I've explained this well enough to be understood.
> Anybody got any ideas what is going on? Thanks for any help.
Try starting them from a dom0 console (qvm-start). Sometimes, you will
find there details that point to the solution, such as
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