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Add gnome-console
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-05-24 22:49:13 -07:00
debian-gnome Add gnome-console 2024-05-24 22:49:13 -07:00
etc Add lokinet-dns-fix.service 2024-05-24 21:08:50 -07:00
fedora-gnome Cleanup 2024-05-22 03:10:01 -07:00
fedora-minimal unpriv curl for minimal VMs 2024-05-16 22:47:39 -07:00
whonix Enforce connection padding 2024-05-19 02:06:09 -07:00
.gitignore Create .gitignore 2023-01-16 00:39:37 -05:00
README.md Typo fix 2024-04-28 14:25:32 -07:00
Shortcuts.md Shortcuts for Lenovo ePrivacy 2024-05-01 06:47:53 -07:00
dom0.sh Readd qt5-qtstyleplugins 2024-05-16 17:27:09 -07:00



My scripts for setting up QubesOS.

Running these scripts should be very straight forward. For the default Fedora template, run fedora-gnome.sh to trim it down first.

After you are done running those scripts, any other script can be used in a different template based on those trimmed down templates to create their respective virtual machines.

If you want to install Flatpak packages, install them inside of an AppVM as a user Flatpak and enable the update-user-flatpaks.service as a user systemd service for automatic updates.

It is recommended that you follow the docs here to make a prompt for root access on non-minimal VMs. dom0.sh already takes care dom dom0 so you only need to worry about the guests.