I used to use Whonix VirtualBox and its installation was simple, fast and intuitive.
I spent a whole day yesterday trying to install Whonix KVM on Debian.
But it was not a installing but a continuous torment!
The instruction is huge - hundreds of lines! Moreover, with many reservations and nuances, many of which are incomprehensible and not mandatory.
You need to read a lot, think, and not always everything from this instruction is clear to the average trained user.
In the end, because of the complicated instructions, I did not succeed, and I gave up this painful task.
These difficulties hinder the popularity of Whonix KVM, because of this, many users are forced to use an insecure VirtualBox.
But the computer was invented in order to automate and simplify the work of a person, isn’t it?
Why don’t developers create a interactive user friendly installation Bash script that would greatly simplify and speed up the installation of Whonix KVM?
There are a many of examples of such a friendly attitude of developers to users.