I tried to search for other similar topics but haven’t found any help from them.
I run Whonix Gateway with 192 mb of RAM in a linux OS 64bit. Of course I keep everything up to date.
The VM goes in kernel panic while executing “sudo apt-get upgrade”.
It also appears randomly, during normal use of whonix gateway, some kind of warning message:
433.348893] mptscsih: ioc0: attempting target reset! (sc=ffff81021b950940)
433.348896] sd 0:0:0:0: [sda] CDB: ATA command pass through(16): 85 08
0e 00 d5 00 01 00 09 00 4f 00 c2 00 b0 00
433.605026] mptscsih: ioc0: target reset: SUCCESS (sc=ffff81021b950940
Is not the exact log of whonix gateway. I copied pasted that just as an example.
I can’t understand if this happens for my lack of resources or because I did something wrong.
I already tried to:
- Using / Not using pae: still happens
- Re-download and re-install Whonix Gateway many times: still happens
It looks like it happens only when whonix is in terminal mode. Never happened with GUI anyway I can’t keep it that way cause I have a total of 4gb of ram.
I can’t use other software different from virtualbox cause I don’t have a processor that support that damn hardware virtualization thing like intel-VT.
When whonix goes in kernel panic of course the VM is frozen and I can’t do anything, I just force the poweroff via Virtualbox.
I don’t understand why it doesn’t work like it used to. How can I fix this? Is it because my laptop is too old?
There must be a way to make it work like before if until whonix 9 everything worked perfectly.