January 29, 2017, 1:37pm
Workstation KDE start menu is totally broken for a yet to be discovered reason. One can right click on sdwdate-gui, click open log, right click the in the console window, click “show menu bar”, and open a new terminal to investigate or otherwise play around.
Any pointers? I want to give this build a go but without knowing where to look it will be for nothing.
Is there a more recent package archive snapshot released we can rebase on?
January 31, 2017, 1:20pm
Since it is broken on the workstation only, not on the gateway, it is
most likely caused by something that Whonix does. Newer packages from
Debian would probably not solve it.
February 3, 2017, 8:16pm
kde start menu bug found and fixed.
08:09PM - 03 Feb 17 UTC
from postinst since Debian stretch
refactor settings detection code to make it
… more understandable
This also prevents /home/user/.cache being owned by root, which causes various
follow up issues such as a broken KDE kickoff (start menu).
There won’t be an apt-get dist-upgrade to fix this bug since these images are supposed to be trashed when the next image is out.
To manually fix it and to make the workstation work, run the following command.
sudo chown --recursive user:user /home/user
May also require to
sudo service sddm stop, running from a virtual console
rm -r .cache and
September 1, 2017, 10:49am