I tried to install inkscape on my vm.
The VM is based on: debian-11.
It is a: StandaloneVM
Installed by RPM: No
Allow fullscreen: Allow
Allow UTF-8 window titles: allow
Qubes OS version: 4.1 (R4.1)
Here is my dotfiles that I used so you can get an idea of what I had installed before hand: https://github.com/jnbdz/dotfiles
I have run into this issue before after trying to install qemu and pip3.
Through the Qubes manager I was able to open a terminal.
I went into /usr/bin and listed the qvms tools.
It turns out that only qvm-convert-img and qvm-convert-pdf remain. All the other ones are gone.
I did apt remove inkscape… But it seems the damage is still there.
Is there a way for me to re-install the utilities that Qubes OS needs inside my VM?
The reason is I have a bad feeling that if I restart now I won’t be able to get back into the terminal. Because I have done it in the past and I got this error:
[Dom0] Error starting Qube!
daemon: qrexec-daemon.c:296:init: Wainting for VM’s qrexec agent.
…2022-07-22 18:35:24.748 qrexec-daemon:qrexec-daemon.c:135:sigchld_parent_handler: Connection to the VM failed
I am guessing that whatever Dom0 needs to access my VM is still in memory in my VM running.
So is there some ways to rescue my VM and maybe the other ones I have?
Also why would it do that after: sudo apt install inkscape
It doesn’t make any sense because I installed it in another VM without any issues.
Thank you in advance.