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# SOME DESCRIPTIVE TITLE
# Copyright (C) YEAR Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This file is distributed under the same license as the PACKAGE package.
# FIRST AUTHOR <EMAIL@ADDRESS>, YEAR.
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"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
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"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-03-02 09:18-0800\n"
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"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
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"Language: \n"
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#. type: Plain text
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msgid "[[!meta title=\"Installing onto a USB stick\"]]\n"
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msgid "[[!toc levels=2]]\n"
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#. type: Title ##
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msgid "Why running from a USB stick?"
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"Running Tails from a CD has its virtues but it certainly also have its "
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"limitations. While CDs are portable they usually do not fit in your pocket "
"in a comfortable manner. But a USB stick certainly fits any pocket or your "
"key ring.  In addition, CDs are read-only and thus no data can be saved to "
"them, but that is, again, not the case with USB sticks. However, storing "
"sensitive data on writeable media could be dangerous if it got into the "
"wrong hands. Similarly, if we get a virus or manages to damage the system in "
"other ways, the system is tainted or unusable from that point and all "
"consecutive boots, either with or without your knowledge. Clearly that is "
"not good."
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"Note that the method of installing Tails onto a USB stick is pretty crude at "
"the moment (a more intuituve way is planned). If you do not know precisely "
"what the things mentioned below mean it is recommended to stop now as you "
"otherwise might risk overwriting any present hard drives. Proceed at your "
"own discretion!"
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msgstr ""

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"<!--\n"
"FIXME: This might be better worded by using a 2x2 table with pros/cons of\n"
"using CD vs. USB.\n"
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"There is also a third path that would be worth mentioning: most SD cards "
"have a read-only switch. It might cost a little bit more, but not much, to "
"buy an USB SD card reader and a SD card with such switch. That way, you can "
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"keep your Tails system read-only when you are not upgrading it, something "
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"closer to a CD-RW than a plain USB stick."
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msgid "[[!tag todo/documentation]]\n"
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msgid "-->\n"
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msgid "1st method: from another running Tails Live CD or USB"
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"If you are already able to run Tails from a CD or a USB stick (the source), "
"use this method to clone it onto another USB stick (the destination)."
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msgid "Boot Tails from the source CD or USB stick."
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msgid "Find out the device name of the source Tails."
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"<!--\n"
"FIXME: All these steps (both in 3 and 4) would be a lot easier using *Disk\n"
"Utility*. But it'll have to wait 0.7 (based on Squeeze) to be out.\n"
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"If you're running Tails from a CD the device name should be `/dev/cdrom`."
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"If you're running Tails from a USB stick, the device name should be "
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"something like `/dev/sdb`, `/dev/sdc`, etc."
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msgid "If you're not sure about it's precise name:"
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"Open the log file viewer from *Applications* → *System Tools* → *Log File "
"Viewer*."
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"In the `messages` file, search for the first occurrence of a `removable disk`\n"
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"named `sd`<em>something</em>. If you only have your Tails key plugged it\n"
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"should be the right one.\n"
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"In the example on this screenshot the source USB stick was named `sdb` and "
"so the device name would be `/dev/sdb`. Yours could be different."
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"[[!img support/installing_onto_a_usb_stick/source-usb.png title=\"Logs "
"containing [sdb]: Attached SCSI removable disk\"]]"
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#. type: Title ###
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msgid "Find out the device name of the destination USB stick."
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msgstr ""

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"Open the `messages` file from the log file viewer again in *Applications* → "
"*System Tools* → *Log File Viewer*."
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"Unplug and plug back the destination USB stick: some new lines should appear "
"in bold at the end of the file. They correspond to you plugging it. Find how "
"was the USB stick named and deduce the device name from it."
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"In the example on this screenshot the destination USB stick was named `sdc` "
"and so the device name would be `/dev/sdc`. Yours could de different."
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"[[!img support/installing_onto_a_usb_stick/destination-usb.png title=\"Logs "
"containing [sdc]: Attached SCSI removable disk\"]]"
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msgstr ""

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msgid "Copy the source Tails onto the destination USB stick."
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msgstr ""

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"Open a terminal by going in *Applications* → *Accessories* → *Terminal* and "
"issue the two following commands, replacing `[source]` by the name found in "
"step 2 and `[destination]` by the name found in step 3."
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"    cat /dev/[source] > /dev/[destination]\n"
"    sync\n"
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msgid "In the example on the screenshots the commands would be:"
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"    cat /dev/sdb > /dev/sdc\n"
"    sync\n"
msgstr ""

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msgid "Press enter and wait."
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msgstr ""

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"If you don't see any error message, Tails is being copied onto the key. The "
"whole process might take a while, from a few minutes to more than a hour. Be "
"patient…"
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msgstr ""

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msgid "Troubleshooting."
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msgstr ""

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msgid "If you get this error message:"
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msgid "    cat: /dev/sdx: No such file or directory\n"
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"Then you surely have committed a mistake either in step 2 or 3 and thus used "
"a wrong device name in step 4."
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msgid "    cat: /dev/sdc: Permission denied\n"
msgstr ""

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"You might also have committed a mistake either in step 2 or 3, so please "
"double-check. If you're sure about your device names this could be a "
"permission problem and you would need to gain root privileges before running "
"step 4. That could be :"
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msgid "2nd method: from an ISO image"
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"If you [[downloaded|download]] an ISO image (the source), use this method to "
"create a bootable USB stick from it (the destination). This method implies "
"using Linux and possibly the Gnome Desktop environment."
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msgid "Find out the name of the destination USB stick"
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msgstr ""

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msgid "Follow step 3 of the 1st method."
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msgid "Do the copy from the terminal."
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msgstr ""

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"Open a terminal by going in *Applications* → *Accessories* → *Terminal* and "
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"issue the two following command, replacing [tails.iso] by the path to your "
"Tails image and *destination* by the name found in step 1."
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msgstr ""

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"\tcat [tails.iso] > /dev/[destination]\n"
"\tsync\n"
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"If you are not sure about the path to your ISO image or get a \"No such file "
"or directory\" error you can insert the correct path in the command by first "
"typing *cat * and then dragging and dropping the icon of the ISO image on "
"the terminal before typing the rest of the command."
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msgid "You could get something like this :"
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msgid "    cat '/home/amnesia/Desktop/tails-0.6.2.iso' > /dev/sdc && sync\n"
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msgid "See also the troubleshooting from the 1st method."
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msgid "    cat: tails.iso: No such file or directory\n"
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"Then you surely have committed a mistake on the path to your ISO image in "
"step 3."
msgstr ""