If there is any way for me to follow those same instructions and for them -not- to work. I can be counted on to do that.
I spent some time attempting to use CLI to install. I had problems with the copy and paste. Then tried to type in the commands, where my keyboard presented the backslash key \ (I am not in Qubes now) and gave me a ‘less than sign’ <. I presumed there might be something wrong with the laptop keyboard, and plugged in a USB keyboard. Same problem. so it is mapping of keyboard. Since I had already used up over thirty minutes attempting this method. I stopped. I had other things to do in the last several days.
One of the reasons I put this in 'All around Qubes;"
Discussions relevant but not specific to Qubes (security, privacy, software freedom, system administration
was not that I could not figure out how to install some method of installing Mullvad, but that I wanted an easy, quick install method to install the easy to use the Mullvad GUI.
If a business person is giving Qubes a try to consider for his daily machine; If he was not a CS major. He gave up considering using Qubes when he spent thirty minutes reading suggestions and instructions on a much needed (for business reasons) feature (A VPN. A secure tunnel through the Internet) and went back to another operating system.
One of the guys in the local computer shop once said, “Linux is a good hobby. There is always something else that needs fixing, solving, trying to get to work. Nothing is ever really finished.”
Please give it a restart and tell us that the Mullvad GUI app survived the restart. I will have to spend an hour or two figuring out how to remap the keyboard. and whatever is wrong with my pasting into the terminal, with the hardware I have. I can paste the correct text into the Text Editor. But not the Terminal.
Surely reasonable as why these things happen, and easy how to solve when I read enough documentation.
One of my pieces of health care equipment is broken, and will likely take up all of today’s time. Maybe tomorrow.