Hi and thanks, ok I’m dummies but I didn’t think so much! Let’s assume that I have never installed a vpn in a linux environment! I follow this guide after several searches!
1 - install the debian-11 minimal template, update and clone it
2- in the clone where I open the terminal from qvm because I prefer not to have it passwordless, I add the qubes-contrib repo that have the expired key and make me waste hours to solve it but that’s another story …
3 I install the packages qubes-tunnel suggested in the guide, I create the vm and go to the services to add qubes-tunnel and there is no qubes-tunnel service to be activated in the machine, duoble check if it is installed yes it is … . stop … hours of research nothing … in the meantime my eyes burn because I have set Xft.dpi: 144 in x11-common of the template and but the characters are very small and I do not see anything, besides a problem of keyboard localization, which does not make me use the # character having accidentally activated the testing security repository precisely because I could not see it, my keyboard is not us however I know that on key three with shift it should exit but instead it inserts a space … oh well I will leave the security testing active
In any case, a happy Sunday everyone!
EDIT: systemctl list-unit-files give me the list of services enabled and qubes-tunnel.service is enabled enabled…ok good
i assume this ok an something about the services on qubes manager
must be added to create / recreate the list that I am not aware of