I used the methods of
GitHub - elliotkillick/qvm-create-windows-qube: Spin up new Windows qubes quickly, effortlessly and securely on Qubes OS to install windows 10 in a qube, but it won’t accessing internet.
Yes, the network drive in windows is OK;
My web connection is OK;
Windows StandaloneVM is using sys-firewall, like my personal qube;
My personal qube is accessing internet very well;
I already ran again in dom0 to reinstall windows-tool (“qvm-start --install-windows-tools work-win10”);
Any other ideas?
If so, please, tell me step by step. I’m new in qubes after few years in debian.
Thanks all in advanced!
This looks unclear. What network drive?
Also, what options did you select during QWT install?
You may need to set the IP address in Windows 10 to match that set by Qubes for the VM manually. Often DHCP does not work for Windows qubes, so they use some wrong IP address internally. Go to the network manager in Windows and check what IP address is set in Windows and, if necessary, change it accordingly.
Network drive is OK means that I can enable and disable the network in windows control panel.
About QWT install, i followed the procedure written here:
GitHub - elliotkillick/qvm-create-windows-qube: Spin up new Windows qubes quickly, effortlessly and securely on Qubes OS
I have installed win10x64-ltsc-eval.
I guess everything is all right.
You could try something like this
OK, so I was curious if it might be a DHCP problem and decided to manually assign IPv4 address settings. I followed the guide here:
Contents/windows-vm41.md at master · Qubes-Community/Contents · GitHub – the “After Windows Installation” section where it talks about sys-whonix (or failing sys-firewall) networking.
I was able to get it working, but not after setting the network mask to 255.255.255.255. This is also one thing that irks me in the network setup of Qubes. It doesn’t obey proper netm…
And you should try following this guide to install Windows
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Installing a Windows VM
You can install Windows just like any other OS as an [HVM](https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/hvm/), if you just want something simple and you can live without some features. This works for Windows XP, 7, 8.1, 10 and 11.
Please keep in mind that Qubes Windows Tools are not supported on Windows XP.
You will get an environment in which basic functions are supported, but integration into the Qubes environment is rather restricted. The following functions will work right out of the box:
- display (1440x900 or 1280x1024 are a nice fit onto FHD hw display)
- keyboard (incl. correct mapping), pointing device
- network (emulated Realtek NIC)
- audio output and input (available even without QWT installation if `qvm-features audio-model` is set as `ich6`)
For better integration, a set of drivers and services, called Qubes Windows Tools (QWT) is available. Installation of these tools is straightforward and is described in a [separate document](https://github.com/Qubes-Community/Contents/blob/master/docs/os/windows/windows-tools41.md). QWT’s main features are:
- copy/paste between qubes
- copy files between qubes
- attaching USB devices to the qube
- attaching block devices to the qube (XEN PV disk driver must be installed)