Being able to make directories/files persistent is an extremely useful feature and I’m trying to understand it. I have read How to make any file persistent (bind-dirs) | Qubes OS several times but there I things I still don’t get.
The example given with
/var/lib/tor is easy enough to understand, but then the article mentions other configuration folders:
/usr/lib/qubes-bind-dirs.d (lowest priority, for packages) /etc/qubes-bind-dirs.d (intermediate priority, for template wide configuration) /rw/config/qubes-bind-dirs.d (highest priority, for per VM configuration)
What are these and how do they differ from /rw/config/qubes-bind-dirs.d?
I’ve also read Running Bisq on Qubes - Bisq Wiki since it gives detailed instructions on how to install a .deb package in an appVM (which I’m trying to do but with a different package) and I’ve noticed that the instructions are a bit different than in the Qubes docs.
For example, it mentions creating binding dirs before editing the