Commit ebbe406c authored by samueldibella's avatar samueldibella
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Incorporate copyedits from known issues page

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......@@ -4,16 +4,15 @@ The Boot Loader is the first screen that appears
when starting Tails.
You can use the Boot Loader to modify the *boot options*. Boot options are
special parameters that can be useful to troubleshoot or work around
hardware support problems. For example, our [[list of known issues with
graphics cards|support/known_issues/graphics]] document boot options for
different graphics cards.
special parameters used to troubleshoot or work around hardware support problems.
For example, our [[list of known issues with graphics cards|support/known_issues/graphics]]
document boot options for different graphics cards.
<div class="tip">
<p>The <span class="guilabel">Troubleshooting Mode</span> of the Boot Loader disables some features of the
Linux kernel and might work better on some computers. You can try this option if you
think you are experiencing errors related to hardware compatibility while
think you are experiencing hardware compatibility errors while
starting Tails.</p>
</div>
......@@ -46,8 +45,8 @@ To modify the boot options in *SYSLINUX*:
1. Press **Tab** when *SYSLINUX* appears.
A list of boot options
appears at the bottom of the screen.
A command line with a list
of boot options will appear at the bottom of the screen.
[[!img syslinux-with-options.png link="no" alt="SYSLINUX with
a list of options starting with '/live/vmlinuz' at the bottom"]]
......@@ -85,7 +84,7 @@ To modify the boot options in *GRUB*:
1. Press **e** when GRUB appears.
A new screen appears with more options.
A new screen will appear with more options.
[[!img grub-with-options.png link="no" alt="GRUB with a list of
options starting with 'setparams Tails'"]]
......@@ -93,9 +92,9 @@ To modify the boot options in *GRUB*:
1. Modify the boot options as needed.
To add a boot option, navigate with the arrows of the keyboard to the end of the line that
starts with <span class="code">linux</span> and type the boot option that you want to add. The line is most likely
wrapped and displayed on several lines on the screen but it is a
single configuration line.
starts with <span class="code">linux</span>.
Type the boot option that you want to add. The line is most likely
wrapped and displayed on several lines but it is a single configuration line.
If you want to add more than one boot option, type them one after the
other and separate them with a <span class="keycap">Space</span>.
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