Instead I used this: monero.stackexchange.[com]/questions/12150/how-to-install-monero-on-debian-linux
Yeah. That broke stuff. Now I get several errors that roughly say the same thing: E: Conflicting values set for option Signed-By regarding source [https]://deb.whonix.[org]/ bullseye: /usr/share/keyrings/derivative.asc !=
You’ll note I added the brackets [ … ]
Can someone here help? The reason I’m asking this here, is that this was the one deviation I made after setting up a used laptop with debian as host OS with kicksecure and vbox with whonix. I can’t get the monero-gui (or the zec appimage) to work on the whonix virtual machine, so I am trying to at least install the wallets on the Debian host so that I can have access on the same computer to the wallet addresses I need. Everything was fine until I followed the tute fro stackexchange. being sneaky is exhausting.