grub-live: Boot existing Host Operating System or VM into Live Mode
|VM Live Mode||Host Live Mode||Whonix ™ on USB|
FREE Host operating system or VM can be booted into Live Mode, either by using:
Live Check Systray Issues
If the Live Check Systray has an issues do not panic.
- Impact: Live Check Systray broken.
- Non-issue: not an indicator of compromise.
If livecheck [archive] is showing an error it might be the following issue. Live check runs command
sudo --non-interactive /bin/lsblk --noheadings --all --raw --output RO as the current unprivileged user. Test this for yourself.
sudo --non-interactive /bin/lsblk --noheadings --all --raw --output RO
This will not work by default for users other than user
user. [archive] The linux user account (such as
- A) needs an exception in
- B) be a member of any of the following linux user groups.
Try also this:
sudo /bin/lsblk --all
If you are still having issues you can report a bug with the output from above two
lsblk commands included from above.
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