Not sure what happened with that. Not intentional.
Odd and might be a little confusing.
Keep mostly as with these modifications to https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Windows
A) Whonix with XFCE Expedited Setup (recommended for first time users to beginners (Quick and easy setup/configutation); or
B) Whonix with XFCE (recommended for beginners to intermediate users); or
C) Whonix with CLI. (recommended for intermediate to advanced users)
Yes. So the Whonix Installer docs could be seen (in terms of usabilty ONLY) a Live CD. Users just want to try out the distribion without the hastel of gpg verification or anything Cli… “I just want to get Whonix installed so I can start using it.” Simple is what they are used to with Windows. For myself, and before Whonix, I never realy had a use for the termimal in Windows.
OK, I’m sure there is a better solution somewhere.
Not just for verification (for security) but also to prevent unneeded support requests due to corrupted images (non MITM attacks) . Maybe https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/certutil (Windows built-in) could simply be used to ensure the Whonix Installer was not corrupted during download. Meaning verifying the checksum.
Definatly not for first time Whonix/linux users.
OK wasn’t aware of that. I’ll remove.
Tried to resize using
Gimp but wasn’t successful. I forgot about Mediawiki resize which was brought up recently. I’ll see about shrinking tha png.
Thanks! I’ll revive the original Quick start (you mentioned in email) with the changes. Just to be clear,
- maybe mention Whonix Installer verification with a link. But not imposing.
- Add download link to 0brand.asc and Whonix installer signature
- No gpg Cli.
- Very simple (get Whoinx in Windows installed so users can get going)