I got the VM’s running with help of the GUI. The problem now is that Tor wont run in WhonixGateway. It says that I have to report this as a bug.
As virtual network interface I have chosen the Whonix isolated network.
The virtual machines have 1GB memory and 2 processors each.
All files were checked for integrity and authenticity.
Workstation says that I have to run Whonixcheck on Gateway.
Everytime when I start Gateway it says “A start job is running for LSB: basic network interfaces” This takes about 1 minute. (When I use ‘Nat’ as network then I don’t get this)
When I go to Gateway it says that I have to run Whonixsetup.
When I run Whonixsetup in Gateway it says that I have to enable Tor.
I go to Torrc and remove the ‘#’ it, I enter also the command sudo service tor@default restart but still Tor wont turn on.
I go to Arm Tor and it says “Tor disconnected, press r to reconnect”. Pressing ‘r’ of course doesn’t work.
Somehow in the Torrc file the Disablenetwork gets the ‘#’ reassigned the whole time?
I made a file etc/whonix.d/50_whonixcheck_user.conf containing “whonixcheck_skip_functions+=” check_network_interfaces " because eth0 wasnt working.
Then I tried whonixcheck, now it says "Tor Pid Check Result: Tor not running. (tor_pid_messages: Pid file /var/run/tor/tor.pid does not exist.)
I go to terminal and enter ‘Whonicheck’ it says I have to “restart Tor”.
So I enter once again ‘sudo service tor@default restart’
Then I get the error Job for email@example.com failed See ‘Systemctl status firstname.lastname@example.org’ and journalctl -xn’ for details.
Looking in the journalctl gives no results.
Looking in the systemctl it gives the result: 'email@example.com - Anonymizing overlay network for TCP: failed.
KVM seems to be not working optimal in comparison to VB. It freezes a lot and when something goes wrong it also eats the qcow2 files.