I hope somebody more experienced with Qubes specific terminal commands can help.
If the KDE manager is installed, how does one open via terminal input the file manager for 'dom0'? To browse 'Home' in the GUI.
I do not have a
dom0: Files in the GUI, like I do for all other Virtual Machines. This opens the
Home file structure in the GUI for all the other VMs.
dom0 does have a
Home. When I had a fuller installation (kde + xfce, select at login) I had an option, in Application Launcher Menu, in System Tools, the name of the file manager was in the system tools menu, which automatically opened
What do I enter into the
dom0 terminal to open
Home in whatever file manager is installed. (No, I have no idea what it was called. I did not remember from the other installation. I may or may not be the file manager KDE used, I don't know.) >Or how would I get the file manager for dom0 icon to display in the Application Launcher Menu?
MY FAILED ATTEMPTS SO FAR:
command not found in dom0
qvm-run dom0 /home gives me info about /home.
xdg-open /home opens a copy of the Application Launcher Menu, which is still missing the Files or [file manager name] option.
If I run in the command area:
qubes-vm-setting dom0 applications, which
qubes-vm-setting [vmname] applications opens up the shortcuts to programs tool, I get a crash and error log: no such place in /usr.
So dom0 does not have a setting tool, rather it is the system setting tool.
However it does have a
/home directory because it is another VM. Just how to open it in file manager...
Add/remove App shortcuts is grayed out for dom0 in Qubes VM Manager.