The clock is correctly set, just a few seconds ahead the real UTC time.
There’s one systemd unit that fails in sys-whonix(KVM): mnt-shared-kvm.service. In sys-whonix(Qubes) only service that fails is AppArmor.service (I will check this one later).
I can succesfully ping any server as user clearnet, but I can’t wget (for example “wget http://22.214.171.124” returns “Connecting to 126.96.36.199:80…” without succeeding or failing, and it’s the same with HTTPS requests or any other websites. I don’t know if this is expected or relevant to the issue.
Both interfaces are up and running.
whonixcheck’s output is this, each two seconds:
[INFO] [whonixcheck] Tor Bootstrap Result: Bootstrapping for X seconds. 45 % done. Tor Circuit: not established. Tor reports: NOTICE BOOTSTRAP PROGRESS=45 TAG=requesting_descriptors SUMMARY=“Asking for relay descriptors”
And when it fails:
[ERROR] [whonixcheck] Tor Bootstrap Result:
Whonixcheck gave up waiting after 120 seconds.
Tor Circuit: not established
Bootstrapping 45 % done. Tor reports: NOTICE BOOTSTRAP PROGRESS=45 TAG=requesting_descriptors SUMMARY=“Asking for relay descriptors”
Plus a list of possible issues and reccomendations.
Running whonixcheck with “–debug --verbose” options gives no additional errors.
UPDATE: I guess I should have been more patient. After 1h35min, Whonix finally got connected to Tor. http://pastebin.com/3dzRZPQ3
Now Whonix has downloaded the upgrades at a normal speed, so the only problem is it takes a while for Tor to get bootstrapped. I will update this post if this upgrades fix the issue.