combining the information here:
and the information in the qubes-os.org guide for TorVM I got tor working in my anon-web. check.torproject.org shows i am on tor. I was unable to install the init or repos in the template
Strange, this shouldn't ever happen... What you get with 'xenstore-read
qubes_ip' in that VM?
Ok, so you've must done something wrong. Some ideas to check:
1. Did you created torvm as ProxyVM (not NetVM)?
2. Did you attached network to torvm (probably "netvm")?
On 19.06.2013 02:14, Qubes Fan wrote:
> On Tuesday, June 18, 2013 5:05:51 PM UTC-7, Qubes Fan wrote:
>> On Tuesday, June 18, 2013 4:39:56 PM UTC-7, Marek Marczykowski-Górecki
>>> Ok, so you've must done something wrong. Some ideas to check:
>>> 1. Did you created torvm as ProxyVM (not NetVM)?
>>> 2. Did you attached network to torvm (probably "netvm")?
>> Well, yes, I did #1, following the instructions here<http://qubes-os.org/trac/wiki/UserDoc/TorVM>,
>> by doing 'qvm-create -p torvm'. Isn't torvm supposed to be a ProxyVM<http://theinvisiblethings.blogspot.com/2011/09/playing-with-qubes-networking-for-fun.html>
>> Should I instead do 'qvm-create -n torvm'?
> Oh! Sorry, I misunderstood you! Yes, it's working now! It was #2. I had
> neglected to set netvm as torvm's NetVM. (I didn't see this step in the
> instructions. Did I just miss it?)
This should be default setting, so perhaps you've changed it manually.
On 17 July 2013 23:16, <ix4...@gmail.com> wrote:Sorry correction, thd above should probably be:
+ Set prefs of torvm to use your firewallvm as its NetVM