raddleboy

raddleboy OP wrote (edited )

This didn't work, tried moving the file to dist-packages

"... do not have permissions to create it in the destination"

So i tried another way...

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amnesia@amnesia:~$ torify pip install pyautogui
Collecting pyautogui
  Downloading https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/f0/76/7a0ec1013bc3559b7438f6773cba05ffaec600b8989be2d621a144e39b50/PyAutoGUI-0.9.53.tar.gz (59kB)
    100% |████████████████████████████████| 61kB 168kB/s 
    Complete output from command python setup.py egg_info:
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
    ImportError: No module named setuptools
    
    ----------------------------------------
Command "python setup.py egg_info" failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-install-CrFG6b/pyautogui/
amnesia@amnesia:~$ torify python3 -m pip install pyautogui
Collecting pyautogui
  Using cached https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/f0/76/7a0ec1013bc3559b7438f6773cba05ffaec600b8989be2d621a144e39b50/PyAutoGUI-0.9.53.tar.gz
    Complete output from command python setup.py egg_info:
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'setuptools'
    
    ----------------------------------------
Command "python setup.py egg_info" failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-install-gh1uztw9/pyautogui/

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Read the last error line. Can this error be solved?

The following were successfully installed -

scrot

python3-tk

python3-dev

python-pip

python3-pip

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raddleboy OP wrote

1.Tails fills up the ram with random data upon shutting down,

2.i can persistently install apps onto it,

3.my persistent storage is encrypted,

4.i can enable persistence for dotfiles for whichever thing i wish to adjust to my liking.

I would love to use a simpler OS but i don't know how i could have all the features that tails provides me with. If you have a suggestion, i would love to hear it.

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raddleboy OP wrote (edited )

Yes, i understand that but.... my use case doesn't require that. It's rather disruptive. So i'll try to be clearer -

I WANT the time to be messed up, the way windows does it.

Illustration-

I LIKE

Windows 10 - TIME=12:00

Shut down

Boot into tails

Tails time is ALSO=12:00

This is what i want.

...............................................................................................

What I DON'T like is -

Debian TIME=12:00

Shut down

Boot into Tails OS

BUT Tails TIME =09:00

...........................................................................................................

This is what happens, when

windows>tails = correct time.

But debian>Tails = wrong time

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raddleboy OP wrote (edited )

Yes, i understand that but.... my use case doesn't require that. It's rather disruptive. So i'll try to be clearer -

I WANT the time to be messed up, the way windows does it.

Illustration-

I LIKE

Windows 10 - TIME=12:00

Shut down

Boot into tails

Tails time is ALSO=12:00

This is what i want.

...............................................................................................

What I DON'T like is -

Debian TIME=12:00

Shut down

Boot into Tails OS

BUT Tails TIME =09:00

...........................................................................................................

This is what happens, when

windows>tails = correct time.

But debian>Tails = wrong time

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raddleboy OP wrote (edited )

You are a godsend.

I'm not as smart as you, could you tell me the command or the possible commands that would work.

I did try torsocks or something i don't remember.

I'm jumping with excitement. It would be very helpful.

i'll try something in the meanwhile starting with this link

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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raddleboy OP wrote

There's teams for linux too. And i don't need my desktop to look right. We'll soon be going offline so my machine will connect to their network, which would be a problem [thanks for pointing that out]

All i need to do is hide my gmail activity from the admin, who has more access to my account than myself and will be able to look at the number of devices i'm signed in from AND THEIR OPERATING SYSTEM.

How do i spoof that?

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raddleboy OP wrote

It's worse than an actual rule, the admin is a true a*hole. Will just keep badgering you until you kill yourself or change the OS or kill him. I want to do neither of those.

They wont look my screen, but they will look at my g-mail activity, which would report everything i do on teams and linux, number of devices logged in from and their OS.

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raddleboy OP wrote

It's worse than an actual rule, the admin is a true a*hole. Will just keep badgering you until you kill yourself or change the OS or kill him. I want to do neither of those.

They wont look my screen, but they will look at my g-mail activity, which would report everything i do on teams and linux, number of devices logged in from and their OS.

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raddleboy OP wrote

Thank you for informative answer, I'm looking up everything you've mentioned and whether it fits my use case; that being said, could you also.....

Another thing i would like to request of you is, if you could kindly share my query on r/privacy on Reddit. I for some reason can neither post nor comment anywhere in Reddit.

[Reddit has more people, i think more attempts would yield the best solution].

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raddleboy OP wrote (edited )

As of now i do not have any plans whatsoever for letting anyone read it, while or after me.

I had something along the lines of an air-gapped setup or something in my mind, so that even if someone steals my password, they would have to find someway to access my air-gapped PC [which i could also protect with additional key-files or yubikey or whatever].

I'm trying to stay away from anything cloud related for 2 reasons - 1) i have no understanding of it, even if i do allocate time to understand the system you have suggested.......... pt.2)......suggested........ isn't storing it on the cloud just storing it on someone else's system and also make it easier for someone to access, all they would have to do is get a keylogger or screen-grabber onto my system and all that encryption goes to waste. They have my password, if not screenshots of whatever i wrote.

Any other suggestions?

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