Update 2: I am downloading the dom0 update, and halfway through got this message:
"[Dom0] Houston, we have a problem…
Whoops. A critical error has occurred. This is most likely a bug in Qubes manager.
libvirtError: Cannot write data: Broken pipe at line 1268
of file libvirt.py."
It also gives the option of “Details” which gives a larger report.
I closed out of it, tried updating again and now it says that there is no network connection available (despite being connected fully to a network)
“There is no network connection available.
Please check your connection settings and try again.”
I also tried updating dom0 from terminal but it says "No new updates available"
I can’t tell if that means there are none available because it isn’t connecting to the network, or whether it is indeed up to date despite this “Updates pending!” icon in Qubes VM manager
Since fedora-21 TemplateVM also has this “Updates pending!” icon I am curious how to update it via terminal, I couldn’t find that on the Qubes website, or that not necessary/a good idea? Because when I try to update fedora-21 via Qubes VM manager I get that same pipe 1268 error message.
Dom0 no longer says it needs to be updated.
whonix-gw comes clean and up to date as per check.
checked whonix-ws and it is also up to date and good
Then I check sys-whonix and it tells me that whonix-gw needs to be updated, which I thought was odd because it just came back as up to date. But I tried to update it and nothing was installed, upgraded, removed or otherwise.
Then I shut down whonix-gw as per instruction, turned it back on, checked sys-whonix and it still tells me it needs to be updated, which is bs.
Restarted my computer and sys-whonix has no problems now.
Checked whonix-gw – good
Checked whonix-ws – good
And yet when I check anon-whonix it is the same old error message telling me to run whonixcheck on whonix-gate way, Code 255 etc.