[Help Welcome] KVM Development - staying the course

Looks good to me. Thanks to the contributor

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Dev/KVM - Whonix needs update since linux-image-amd64 is installed by default now in Whonix 14.

Overlooked it’s on the /Dev sub page so make that priority wishlist.

New section added: KVM builds, upload, and call for testers required.

Small chance for regression.

Deleted from FAQ since I guess no longer true?

When Whonix is used in combination with [[KVM]], [Dynamic memory management dynamic memory management] of the RAM overhead might be a non-issue. By manually enabling these features it is possible to immediately profit. Eventually, a later Whonix release where [[KVM]] is in use might enable this by default.

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Right. All these features are disabled for security.

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@Patrick Ready when you are :slight_smile:

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Looks legit please merge

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new required for build machine:

sudo apt-get install apt-cacher-ng
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Yeah I always do this anyway :slight_smile:

Dev/KVM - Whonix

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Whonix ™ for KVM still needs update.

Yes I know, but I am waiting for instructions to upload to sf.


Please remove from script used to build Whonix:

WHONIX_APT_REPOSITORY_OPTS='--enable --repository stable'

And as replacement, whenever a line says:


Keep the --build but add also the following switch:


I.e. it should look like this:

--build --redistribute

After booting Whonix, please check that Whonix stable (buster!) repository is enabled and apt-get update is functional.

(This was required because of this.)

Whonix 15 build testing can start as per

However, functionality wise, it will take some more time.

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Could you please port Whonix ™ for KVM and KVM/Minimalized Installation - Whonix to be using CodeSelect rather than pre tags? That would help using wiki templates.