Works for me in Qubes Debian based VM.
Remove eventually old copies of it.
(I prefer using
trash-put because if you are using
rm and mess up adding a space
~/ sandbox then you end up deleting your whole home folder.)
trash-put ~/sandbox trash-put ~/.local/share/sandboxed-tor-browser
Trying to upgrade the old version failed for me.
2017/01/25 10:19:34 launch: Failing with error: dynlib: Failed to find library: libasan.so.2
Didn’t investigate since starting to use the new version worked for me.
For your convenience:
gpg --recv-keys "EF6E 286D DA85 EA2A 4BA7 DE68 4E2C 6E87 9329 8290"
gpg --verify sandbox-0.0.3-linux64.zip.asc
Don’t forget the Qubes workaround.
sudo umount /prox/xen
cd sandbox ./sandboxed-tor-browser
Works also in the development version of Whonix on my disk so chances are very good this will work in Whonix 14.
Nice! I’ll have to test v0.0.3 in a Debian template soon.
Of course, mine will be the ‘dummy’ test, since I am no developer…
I updated the instructions regarding dependencies, 64-bit version etc which is awaiting sign-off here:
This may or may not be relevant i.e. new config settings (?):
Sec. “Using a system-installed Tor process with Tor Browser” in start-tor-browser needs update
I guess it will work. anon-ws-disable-stacked-tor supports almost any Tor configuration system Tor or TBB Tor. Due to time restraints, I can only test this once the next release is out. (The only thing that won’t work is writing to /etc/tor/torrc or TBB torrc.) Applying the patch manually / building oneself is very time intensive.
Bad news. Quote:
WARNING: Active development is on indefinite hiatus. DO NOT EXPECT ANY SIGNIFICANT NEW FEATURES OR IMPROVEMENTS.