Mon, Mar 30
 There is currently no trigger (systemd unit file) to execute /usr/lib/whonix-libvirt/persistent-mode-to-read-write.
Sun, Mar 29
Sat, Mar 28
That looks much better!
Fri, Mar 27
Included since Whonix 126.96.36.199.8-developers-only.
Thu, Mar 26
As of 188.8.131.52.7, the following behavior is observed:
Sun, Mar 22
These tests are fully independent.
another way, with the main menu stuff horizontal
Ok, so you want me to:
- boot a Whonix-Host ISO
- Install on HDD
- Reboot on Whonix-Host ISO, do some stuff, shutdown
- See if HDD has been modified (why would it be?)
Whonix Live ISO runs without an HDD.
I am not sure what you want to test here? Please precise.
Not fully fixed.
This ticket was written at a time when there was only grub-live. I.e. install Whonix on hardware (or Debian + grub live). Boot in live mode. Test if that works. If yes, take an hdd image. Boot again into live mode. Then take another hdd image. Compare these hdd images. Do they 100% match or are there differences? Differences: something wrong. No differences: that would be nice.
Do you mean: starting an installed version in live-mode (not tested, not supported yes) or starting a Whonix-Host iso file?
Sub pages or sub chapters of 1 wiki page?
Sat, Mar 21
This issue is fixed now due to the quiet boot parameter. kernel.printk=3 3 3 3 isn't needed anymore.