Commit 6ef72ef2 authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida

Make the instructions breathe

and maybe even easier to translate as well.
parent fc11fadb
......@@ -471,30 +471,40 @@ To fix this problem:
1. In a working Tails, or in a Linux system such as Debian or Ubuntu, open
<span class="application">GNOME Disks</span>.
1. Plug your Tails USB stick in the computer.
1. If you have a persistent volume on your Tails USB stick, you might be
presented with a prompt to enter a passphrase. If you are presented with
this prompt, click <span class="button">Cancel</span>.
1. Your Tails USB stick should appear in the left pane of
<span class="application">GNOME Disks</span>. Click on your Tails USB
1. In the right pane, click on the partition labeled
<span class="guilabel">Tails</span>. It should be listed as
<span class="guilabel">Partition 1</span>.
1. Click the
<span class="button">[[!img lib/media-playback-start.png alt="Mount selected partition" class="symbolic" link="no"]]</span>
button to mount the Tails partition.
1. Click on the link in the right pane to open the Tails partition in the file
browser. The link should look something like
<span class="filename">/media/username/Tails</span>.
1. In the file browser, open the <span class="filename">live</span> folder.
Then open the file named <span class="filename">Tails.module</span>.
1. Add the line <span class="command-placeholder">x.x</span>.squashfs to the
end of the `Tails.module` file. Replace
<span class="command-placeholder">x.x</span> with the Tails version you are
upgrading to. For example, if you are upgrading to version 3.8, you would
add `3.8.squashfs` to the end of the `Tails.module` file.
1. Save the `Tails.module` file.
1. In the sidebar of the file browser, click on the
<span class="guimenu">[[!img lib/media-eject.png alt="Eject" class="symbolic" link="no"]]</span>
button on the <span class="guilabel">Tails</span> label to unmount the
......@@ -502,6 +512,7 @@ To fix this problem:
<span class="guimenu">[[!img lib/media-eject.png alt="Eject" class="symbolic" link="no"]]</span>
button on the persistent volume label.
1. Unplug your Tails USB stick from the computer.
Your Tails should now work properly.
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