Commit 25c269ea authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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doc: Refer to generic doc for boot menu.

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...@@ -53,16 +53,9 @@ If Tails is your only Linux system, you can generally reset a Tails USB stick ...@@ -53,16 +53,9 @@ If Tails is your only Linux system, you can generally reset a Tails USB stick
directly from that USB stick running Tails. directly from that USB stick running Tails.
1. When starting Tails, add the <span class="command">toram</span> boot 1. When starting Tails, add the <span class="command">toram</span> boot
parameter. option in the <span class="application">boot menu</span>. For detailed
instructions, see the documentation on [[using the <span
To do so, when the boot menu appears, press <span class="key">Tab</span>. A class="application">boot menu</span>|startup_options#index1h1]].
list of boot options appears at the bottom of the screen. Press <span
class="key">Space</span>, and type <span class="command">toram</span>. Then
press <span class="key">Enter</span> to start Tails.
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FIXME: link to a general doc about the boot menu
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2. If Tails starts as usual, follow the instructions for [[resetting a USB stick 2. If Tails starts as usual, follow the instructions for [[resetting a USB stick
using <span class="application">Disk using <span class="application">Disk
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...@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ Tails graphical user interface has started you will be guided to set ...@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ Tails graphical user interface has started you will be guided to set
up bridges but you must have obtained the bridge information prior to up bridges but you must have obtained the bridge information prior to
this and have them available (e.g. written down on a piece of paper). this and have them available (e.g. written down on a piece of paper).
This is currently an experimental feature that can be enabled by To activate the Tor bridge mode, add the <span class="command">bridge</span>
adding "bridge" to the kernel cmdline: when Tails boots, select boot option in the <span class="application">boot menu</span>. For detailed
language in the boot menu but press TAB instead of ENTER. Then write instructions, see the documentation on [[using the <span
"bridge" (without quotes) and press ENTER. class="application">boot menu</span>|startup_options#index1h1]].
...@@ -4,13 +4,10 @@ If you are using a computer in public you may want to avoid attracting ...@@ -4,13 +4,10 @@ If you are using a computer in public you may want to avoid attracting
unwanted attention by changing the way Tails looks into something that unwanted attention by changing the way Tails looks into something that
resembles Microsoft Windows XP. resembles Microsoft Windows XP.
This is currently an experimental feature that can be enabled by To activate the Windows camouflage, add the <span class="command">winxp</span>
adding "winxp" to the kernel cmdline: when Tails boots, select boot option in the <span class="application">boot menu</span>. For detailed
language in the boot menu but press TAB instead of ENTER. Then write instructions, see the documentation on [[using the <span
"winxp" (without quotes) and press ENTER. class="application">boot menu</span>|startup_options#index1h1]].
[[!img syslinux.png link=no alt="syslinux with 'winxp' appended to the kernel
cmdline"]]
This is how your Tails desktop will look like: This is how your Tails desktop will look like:
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