First of all i want to thank you so much that you take your time to help me with this.
And i want to apologies if i did make things more confusing for people here. That was not my intention.
Now to clarify what i am building on. Again i am using Debian 11.2 Bullseye with all dependencies installed as prescribed in the build guide. As mention on the Apple silicon guide for QEMU it was recommended to use the git master repository to build on. So the gir clone command i used is:
git clone --depth=1 --jobs=4 --recurse-submodules --shallow-submodules https://gitlab.com/whonix/Whonix.git
Now for the Build command i used. I used the allow untagged true so that i could build on the master repo as prescribed in the apple silicon qemu guide. Then i added as you said repo true.
So the command for workstation and gateway is:
sudo ./whonix_build --target utm --flavor whonix-workstation-xfce --build --arch arm64 --allow-untagged true --repo true
sudo ./whonix_build --target utm --flavor whonix-gateway-xfce --build --arch arm64 --allow-untagged true --repo true
after setting up both gateway and workstation. I still get the same warning and problems on the workstation when i try to open the webbrowser:
Be careful if x-www-browser (/user/libexec/open-link-confirmation/open-link-confirmation) is already running as your activities might get linked.
Do you want to open x-www-browser (/user/libexec/open-link-confimation/open-link-confirmation)?
I try to press yes, and it wont let me continue and the message loops. I try to use the update-torbrowser command on terminal and get:
bash: update-torbrowser: command not found
The only difference now is that i have access to the right apt-repo so that i can download tb-updater tb-starter tb-default-browser without adding any new apt repositories. But after i have installed these and try to use the update-torbrowser command. i get this:
QUESTION: Download now?
INFO: Tor Browser language variable TB_LANG was not yet set. Therefore defaulting TB_LANG to ‘en-US’, ok.
INFO: Because you are not using --nokilltb, now killing potentially still running instances of Tor Browser…
firefox.real: no process found
INFO: Digital signature (GPG) download… Will take a moment…
INFO: Downloading…: https://sourceforge.net/projects/tor-browser-ports/files/11.0.3/tor-browser-linux-arm64-11.0.3_en-US.tar.xz.asc/download
INFO: CURL_OUT_FILE: /home/user/.cache/tb/files/tor-browser-linux-arm64-11.0.3_en-US.tar.xz.asc
ERROR: Failed to download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/tor-browser-ports/files/11.0.3/tor-browser-linux-arm64-11.0.3_en-US.tar.xz.asc/download
-The download server is down.
-File size exceeded (endless data attack triggered).
-Tor Browser Downloader (by Whonix developers) has been broken due to upstream changes.
-Try again later. If the error persists it probably won’t solve itself before the next update.
-Check News: Follow Whonix ™ Developments
-Manually update: Tor Browser: Manual Download
(Debugging information: curl_status_message:  - [HTTP page not retrieved. The requested url was not found or returned another error with the HTTP error code being 400 or above. This return code only appears if -f, --fail is used.])
This is as far as i have gotten. And i cannot get the browser to work. I am new to this so not sure what part of the build log you would need? if you need any.