Commit 0e627a5e authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers

Merge remote-tracking branch 'origin/doc/7143-virtualization' into doc/7143-virtualization

parents 9e3e534d 1bb082c2
- [[!traillink Protection_against_cold_boot_attacks|advanced_topics/cold_boot_attacks]]
- [[!traillink Virtualization|advanced_topics/virtualization]]
- [[!traillink <span_class="application">VirtualBox</span>|advanced_topics/virtualization/virtualbox]]
- [[!traillink <span_class="application">GNOME_Boxes</span>|advanced_topics/virtualization/boxes]]
- [[!traillink <span_class="application">virt-manager</span>|advanced_topics/virtualization/virt-manager]]
- [[!traillink Enable_a_wireless_device|advanced_topics/wireless_devices]]
<div class="caution">
Running Tails inside a virtual machine has [[various security
implications|virtualization#security]]. Depending on the host operating system and your security
needs, running Tails in a virtual machine might be dangerous.
......@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@
interface to create and use virtual machines for Linux with GNOME.
*GNOME Boxes* does not allow to use a persistent volume.
[[!inline pages="doc/advanced_topics/virtualization.caution" raw="yes"]]
<div class="note">
<p>In Debian Wheezy, Ubuntu 14.04, and earlier,
......@@ -5,6 +5,8 @@ virtualization solution for Linux. *virt-manager* has a more complex
interface than *VirtualBox* or *GNOME Boxes* but it also has a more
complete set of features.
[[!inline pages="doc/advanced_topics/virtualization.caution" raw="yes"]]
<div class="tip">
<span class="application">virt-manager</span> is the only virtualization
......@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@ It is possible to run Tails in a virtual machine using [<span
class="application">VirtualBox</span>]( from a
Windows, Linux, or Mac OS&nbsp;X host operating system.
[[!inline pages="doc/advanced_topics/virtualization.caution" raw="yes"]]
<span class="application">VirtualBox</span> has a free software version,
called <span class="application">VirtualBox Open Source Edition</span>
and some proprietary components, for example to add support for USB
......@@ -23,6 +25,10 @@ though it does not allow to use a persistent volume.
<span class="application">VirtualBox</span> you can access files of your
host system from within the guest system.</p>
<p>Make sure to understand the security implications of [[accessing
internal hard disks|encryption_and_privacy/your_data_wont_be_saved_unless_explicitly_asked]]
from Tails before using this feature.</p>
Security considerations for Windows and Mac OS X
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