Commit 4389452a authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida
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Write consistently *Boot Loader Menu*

See GDSG Menu Terminology. Applications and menu name are capitalized.
Here the name is invisible, so let's say this is the name of the
application like we say *Tails Greeter*.
parent 155159fd
......@@ -23,9 +23,9 @@ Starting I2P
============
*I2P* is not enabled by default when Tails starts. To start I2P, add the <span
class="command">i2p</span> boot option to the <span class="application">boot
loader menu</span>. For detailed instructions, see the documentation on
[[using the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>|first_steps/startup_options#boot_loader_menu]].
class="command">i2p</span> boot option to the <span class="application">Boot
Loader Menu</span>. For detailed instructions, see the documentation on
[[using the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>|first_steps/startup_options#boot_loader_menu]].
When added to the boot options, *I2P* will be started automatically once the time has been synchronized.
Unlike previous versions of Tails, the router console will not be opened automatically.
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......@@ -66,9 +66,9 @@ If Tails is your only Linux system, you can generally reset a Tails USB stick or
directly from that device while running Tails.
1. When starting Tails, add the <span class="command">toram</span> boot
option in the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>. For detailed
option in the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>. For detailed
instructions, see the documentation on [[using the <span
class="application">boot loader menu</span>|startup_options#boot_loader_menu]].
class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>|startup_options#boot_loader_menu]].
2. If Tails starts as usual, follow the instructions for [[resetting a USB stick or SD card
using <span class="application">GNOME Disks</span>|linux#disks]].
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......@@ -8,10 +8,10 @@ functioning. The two ways of specifying startup options are the following:
<a id="boot_loader_menu"></a>
<a id="boot_menu"></a> <!-- for backward compatibility -->
Using the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>
Using the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>
===========================================================
The <span class="application">boot loader menu</span> is the first screen to appear
The <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span> is the first screen to appear
when Tails starts.
<div class="tip">
......@@ -24,11 +24,11 @@ starting Tails.
</div>
1. To add a boot option, press <span class="keycap">Tab</span> when the
<span class="application">boot loader menu</span> appears. A list of boot options
<span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span> appears. A list of boot options
appears at the bottom of the screen.
[[!img boot-menu-with-options.png link=no alt="Black screen with Tails
artwork. Boot loader menu with two options 'Tails' and 'Tails (troubleshooting mode)'.
artwork. Boot Loader Menu with two options 'Tails' and 'Tails (troubleshooting mode)'.
At the bottom, a list of options ending with 'vsyscall=none quiet_'"]]
2. Press <span class="keycap">Space</span>, and type the boot option that you
......@@ -39,8 +39,8 @@ At the bottom, a list of options ending with 'vsyscall=none quiet_'"]]
4. Then press <span class="keycap">Enter</span> to start Tails.
Here is a list of options that you can add to the <span class="application">boot
loader menu</span>:
Here is a list of options that you can add to the <span class="application">Boot
Loader Menu</span>:
- <span class="command">i2p</span>, to enable
[[I2P|anonymous_internet/I2P]]
......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ Using <span class="application">Tails Greeter</span>
====================================================
<span class="application">Tails Greeter</span> is the set of dialogs that
appear after the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>, but before the
appear after the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>, but before the
<span class="application">GNOME Desktop</span> appears. This is how to first
screen of <span class="application">Tails Greeter</span> looks like:
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Tails does not start at all
---------------------------
The following section applies if the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>
The following section applies if the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>
does not appear when starting on a USB stick.
It is quite common for computers not to start automatically on a
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......@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ from a Tails DVD in a similar way.</p>
[[!inline pages="install/inc/steps/mac_startup_disks.inline" raw="yes"]]
</div>
1. If the computer starts on Tails, the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>
1. If the computer starts on Tails, the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>
appears. Choose <span class="guilabel">Tails</span> and press <span class="keycap">Enter</span>.
<div class="note install-clone debian expert windows linux">
......@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ from a Tails DVD in a similar way.</p>
"""]]
[[!img install/inc/screenshots/tails_boot_menu.png class="screenshot" link="no" alt="Black screen with Tails artwork. Boot loader menu with two options 'Tails' and 'Tails (troubleshooting mode)'."]]
[[!img install/inc/screenshots/tails_boot_menu.png class="screenshot" link="no" alt="Black screen with Tails artwork. Boot Loader Menu with two options 'Tails' and 'Tails (troubleshooting mode)'."]]
<div class="bug mac-usb mac-clone">
<p>If your computer fails to start on the intermediary Tails, you can
......@@ -151,19 +151,19 @@ from a Tails DVD in a similar way.</p>
Tails does not start entirely
-----------------------------
The following section applies if the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span> appears but not
The following section applies if the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span> appears but not
<span class="application">Tails Greeter</span> when starting Tails.
1. Restart the computer on the first USB stick.
1. In the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>, choose the
1. In the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>, choose the
<span class="guilabel">troubleshooting mode</span>
which might work better on some computers.
1. If the <span class="guilabel">troubleshooting mode</span> does not work
better, restart the computer again on the first USB stick.
1. In the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>, press
1. In the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>, press
<span class="keycap">TAB</span>. A command line with a list
of boot options appears at the bottom of the screen.
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......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
<span class="mac-dvd">[[final recommendations|mac/dvd#recommendations]].</span></p>
</div>
1. In the <span class="application">boot loader menu</span>, choose
1. In the <span class="application">Boot Loader Menu</span>, choose
<span class="guilabel">Tails</span> and press <span class="keycap">Enter</span>.
1. After 30&ndash;60 seconds, <span class="application">Tails Greeter</span> appears.
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......@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ Does not start Tails 1.2.3 created using Tails Installer.
HP Pavilion dv7
---------------
Since Tails 1.3, gets stuck at the boot loader menu, whether Tails is installed manually or using
Since Tails 1.3, gets stuck at the Boot Loader Menu, whether Tails is installed manually or using
Tails Installer.
HP ProBook
......@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ Does not start Tails 1.1 from USB installed manually in Linux.
Lenovo IdeaPad z585
-------------------
Goes back continuously to boot loader menu on Tails installed on DVD.
Goes back continuously to Boot Loader Menu on Tails installed on DVD.
Clevo W258CU, ThinkPad X220, X121e, T420i, T410, T520, W520, T530, E325, and E530
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
......@@ -254,7 +254,7 @@ There are two possible workarounds for this issue:
* Expert Linux users can also do the following:
1. Add the `i915.modeset=0 rootpw=pass` option in the
[[boot loader menu|doc/first_steps/startup_options#boot_loader_menu]].
[[Boot Loader Menu|doc/first_steps/startup_options#boot_loader_menu]].
2. Create a file `/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/switchable.conf` with the
following content:
......@@ -443,11 +443,11 @@ class="application">Tor Browser</span> inside and outside of Tails:
Other issues
============
Boot loader menu has display issues
Boot Loader Menu has display issues
-----------------------------------
Since Tails 1.1, on some hardware (ThinkPad X230, MacBook Pro 8,1),
the boot loader menu is not displayed properly. Tails starts fine, though.
the Boot Loader Menu is not displayed properly. Tails starts fine, though.
Connecting to FTP servers is not possible
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