Fedora is asking for a sudo password

and i have no idea what to input.

it’s fedora-minimal?


So try so Passwordless root in doc of Minimals Templates :wink:
With the command in Dom0 :
qvm-run -u root <DISTRO_NAME>-<RELEASE_NUMBER>-minimal xterm
It will open a terminal with root’s privileges.

Then, in the terminal, just install qubes-core-agent-passwordless-root with
dnf install qubes-core-agent-passwordless-root


I did that and deleted the old fedora minimal qube and created a new one and fedora is still asking for a sudo password.

i don’t see what is wrong.
Try to reinstall all the fedora template with:
In dom0:
sudo qubes-dom0-update qubes-template-fedora-38-minimal
qvm-run -u root fedora-38-minimal xterm
The xterm of fedora-38-minimal with root’s privileges is starting.
In this terminal :
dnf install qubes-core-agent-passwordless-root
Shutdown the template of fedora-38-minimal .
Restart xterm :
In dom0:
qvm-run fedora-38-minimal xterm
Now, in this xterm, when you type sudo su, you must have root’s privileges.

If you don’t, sorry, i don’t know what is wrong :confused:

I just had to do an update.

I can sudo now.

Now the problem is I can’t access the internet. I’ve tried connecting it to sys-firewall and sys-net and its a no go either way.

The problem is that you havent read the docs on minimal templates
Minimal templates are intended for advanced users - not for beginners.
They lack many of the packages that provide functionality that you find
in the standard templates: this includes access to Qubes networking.

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