Expose Globaleaks


root@TestX4:~# cat /etc/default/globaleaks

This is a configuration file for /etc/init.d/globaleaks;

it allows you to perform common modifications to the behavior

of the globaleaks daemon.

Default settings can be found at: /usr/share/globaleaks/default



Hi @Pyramid

actually due to an encoding error in the forum when you executed echo “APPARMOR_SANDBOXING=0” you ended up in writing the quotest " before and after the command inside the file.

Open the file /etc/default globaleaks and just leave written:

without the charaters " that you will find there.

Then try to restart globaleaks with /etc/init.d/globaleaks restart


Ok, thank you, now it’s also accessible from the outside.


The issue has been fixed from https://github.com/globaleaks/GlobaLeaks/issues/2131