Nice. Thanks for using images from Debian. Not using own ones from the web. I don't think I mentioned that. That's better for security and easier for licensing reasons.
Looks very nice! Tested and merged.
Pushed some packaging related changes to all packages by the way.
Small git hint: To ignore my local changes and only look at your changes on remote, I used this command.
git diff HEAD^^ troubadoour/master
What would happen if these files were non-existing? Totally break the wizard or just not show the images? The former wouldn't be that bad. We just need to add a dependency for the package that contains those images.
Arguably, if Tor is already disabled, showing more like an "okay" sign rather than "warning" sign would be better? But I am unsure here. More a usability question.
We've made progress on the tor-launcher thing (https://www.whonix.org/forum/index.php/topic,720.0.html). It's not possible to say yet if this will happen for Whonix 10, later or even never. Anyhow.
Can you please keep in mind how to possibly integrate tor-launcher in future with whonix-setup-wizard in future? I guess we wouldn't need the Tor enable/disable/bridges/proxy questions in whonix-setup-wizard anymore then?
A good approach could be to ask the user - if it's available - if it's preferred to use tor-launcher or whonix-setup-wizard for enabling/disabling Tor? tor-launcher could be the preferred default. whonix-setup-wizard would launch it then. And whonixcheck afterwards. But in any case. I think it's good to have the whonix-setup-wizard Tor enabling/disabling code as a fallback. Who knows how long the tor-launcher method will work. It's an experiment for now.