Thu, Jun 27
Work for me too in new build https://forums.whonix.org/t/qubes-whonix-15-templatevms-debian-buster-based-4-0-1-201906232114-testers-wanted/7601
Fri, Jun 21
I cannot reproduce. I've installed qubes-template-whonix-15-4.0.1-201905241112, updated it with qubes testing repository enabled and I see all the actions available in thunar.
But I do see some warnings on thunar's stderr, like this:
(Thunar:27375): Gtk-WARNING **: 01:41:41.317: Refusing to add non-unique action 'uca-action-1507455450991127-4' to action group 'ThunarActions'
Looks like actions are added multiple times to /etc/xdg/Thunar/uca.xml, which is later copied to /home/user/.cnfig/Thunar/uca.xml. Relevant code in https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-core-agent-linux/blob/master/debian/qubes-core-agent-thunar.postinst
Thu, Jun 20
Any idea why these are missing? @marmarek
- Copy to VM
- Move to VM
- Create Archive...
Jun 14 2019
Might be fixed with upgrades / (over) next Qubes-Whonix images.
Apr 14 2019
Apr 6 2019
Reducing the number of lingering, unrealistic tickets, therefore closing.
Feb 18 2019
Looks like nothing more to do here.
Since grsecurity is not a thing anymore, closing this as invalid.
Feb 16 2019
I also noticed the file "~/.tb/first-boot-home-population.done" which suggests that whonix does something on first boot
Feb 15 2019
To build a package with qubes-builder, you need to add Makefile.builder file with just one line: DEBIAN_BUILD_DIRS := debian. This will tell qubes-builder that given repository contains Debian package.
Alternatively, if that would be too much of a problem, it should be easy to add an option that do auto detection (probably just looks for debian directory).
Feb 14 2019
Jan 12 2019
Dec 9 2018
Dec 7 2018
Nov 12 2018
Apper no longer installed by default.
Sep 20 2018
Aug 7 2018
Aug 3 2018
Playing devil's advocate here: Ted Ts'o  expresses strong skepticism about the efficacy of RNGs that rely on CPU jitter. summary: CPU jitter may not be random as thought to someone who designed the CPU cache and know how its internals "tick" . So while these RNGs may not harm, another solution for RNG-less platforms may be a good idea.
An interesting implementation to work around early boot entropy scarcity with havegedis to include it in the initrd. May be hackish but could be easier for Marmarek than writing something at the EFI level.
Done. Asked about Xen too but they may not be familiar with its innards. You may want to contact the Xen devs directly using my message as a template.
Aug 2 2018
I think its worth asking the hypervisor devs if this applies for the platforms we care about.
Jul 31 2018
jitterentropy-rng should solve this
jitterentropy-rng should solve this and is a mainline Linux solution that works the same way haveged does. Please see: https://phabricator.whonix.org/T817