Commit 8e590a93 authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida
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Merge remote-tracking branch 'cbrownstein/doc/16282-buster-doc' into doc/16282-buster-doc

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* [Freepto](https://web.archive.org/web/20171022102527/http://www.freepto.mx:80/en/)
* [Heads](https://heads.dyne.org/)
* [IprediaOS](http://www.ipredia.org/)
* [ISXUbuntu](https://web.archive.org/web20180625024257/http://www.isoc-ny.org/wiki/ISXUbuntu)
* [ISXUbuntu](https://web.archive.org/web/20180625024257/http://www.isoc-ny.org/wiki/ISXUbuntu)
* [JonDo Live-CD](https://anonymous-proxy-servers.net/en/jondo-live-cd.html)
* [Liberté Linux](http://dee.su/liberte)
* [Odebian](https://web.archive.org/web/20140816183354/http://www.odebian.org/)
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- [[!traillink Encrypt_and_sign_text_using_public-key_cryptography|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet/public-key_cryptography]]
- [[!traillink Decrypt_and_verify_text|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet/decrypt_verify]]
- [[!traillink Securely_delete_files_and_clean_diskspace_using_Nautilus_Wipe|encryption_and_privacy/secure_deletion]]
- [[!traillink Manage_passwords_using_<span_class="application">KeePassX</span>|encryption_and_privacy/manage_passwords]]
- [[!traillink Manage_passwords_using_<span_class="application">KeePassXC</span>|encryption_and_privacy/manage_passwords]]
- [[!traillink Calculating_checksums_using_<span_class="application">GtkHash</span>|encryption_and_privacy/checksums]]
......@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ device:
<div class="caution">
<p>Secure deletion does not work as expected on USB sticks and
SSDs (Solid-State Disks). Choose instead to overwrite existing
SSDs (Solid-State Drives). Choose instead to overwrite existing
data on the whole device when [[formatting the
device|encrypted_volumes#format]].</p>
<p>See also our [[warning about secure deletion on USB sticks and
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[[!meta title="Manage passwords with KeePassX"]]
[[!meta title="Manage passwords with KeePassXC"]]
Using the [<span class="application">KeePassX</span>](https://www.keepassx.org/)
Using the [<span class="application">KeePassXC</span>](https://keepassxc.org/)
password manager you can:
- Store many passwords in an encrypted database which is protected by
......@@ -30,15 +30,18 @@ To learn how to create and configure the persistent volume, read the
persistence feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]] is activated. If it is deactivated, activate it, restart Tails,
and [[enable the persistent volume|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassX</span>, choose
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>, choose
<span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Applications</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guisubmenu">Accessories</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">KeePassX</span></span>.
<span class="guimenuitem">KeePassXC</span></span>.
0. To create a new database, choose <span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Database</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">New database</span></span>.
0. To create a new database, click <span class="guilabel">Create new database</span>.
0. To store the database in the persistent volume for use in
future working sessions:
* Save the database as *keepassx.kdbx* in the *Persistent* folder.
0. The database is encrypted and protected by
a passphrase.
......@@ -48,13 +51,6 @@ To learn how to create and configure the persistent volume, read the
password</span> text box.
* Click <span class="guilabel">OK</span>.
0. To store the database in the persistent volume for use in
future working sessions:
* Choose <span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Database</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Save database</span></span>.
* Save the database as *keepassx.kdbx* in the *Persistent* folder.
<a id="restore"></a>
......@@ -66,14 +62,14 @@ persistent volume from a previous working session.
0. When starting Tails, [[enable the persistent volume|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassX</span>, choose
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>, choose
<span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Applications</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guisubmenu">Accessories</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">KeePassX</span></span>.
<span class="guimenuitem">KeePassXC</span></span>.
0. If you have a database named *keepassx.kdbx* in your *Persistent* folder,
<span class="application">KeePassX</span> automatically displays a dialog to
<span class="application">KeePassXC</span> automatically displays a dialog to
unlock that database.
Enter the passphrase for this database and click <span class="guilabel">OK</span>.
......@@ -88,12 +84,12 @@ persistent volume from a previous working session.
<div class="tip">
<p>In addition to the <em>password database</em>, you can store your <span class="application">KeePassX</span>
<p>In addition to the <em>password database</em>, you can store your <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>
<em>settings</em>
using the [[<span class="guilabel">Dotfiles</span> persistence
feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]. To do so, create the folder
<code>/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/dotfiles/.config/keepassx/</code>
and copy the file <code>~/.config/keepassx/keepassx2.ini</code> to it.</p>
<code>/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/dotfiles/.config/keepassxc/</code>
and copy the file <code>~/.config/keepassxc/keepassxc.ini</code> to it.</p>
</div>
......@@ -102,16 +98,17 @@ and copy the file <code>~/.config/keepassx/keepassx2.ini</code> to it.</p>
Migrating a password database from Tails 2.12 and earlier
=========================================================
The database format of <span class="application">KeePassX</span> 1
The database format of <span class="application">KeePass</span> 1
(Tails 2.12 and earlier) is incompatible with the database format of
<span class="application">KeePassX</span> 2 (Tails 3.0 and later).
<span class="application">KeePassXC</span> (Tails 4.0 and later).
To migrate your database to the new format:
0. Start <span class="application">KeePassX</span>.
0. Start <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>.
0. Choose <span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Database</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenu">Import</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Import KeePass 1 database</span></span>.
0. Select your database, for example
......@@ -140,6 +137,6 @@ Additional documentation
========================
For more detailed instructions on how to use
<span class="application">KeePassX</span>, refer to the
[<span class="application">KeePassX</span> guide
of Security in-a-Box](https://securityinabox.org/en/guide/keepassx/linux/).
<span class="application">KeePassXC</span>, refer to the
[<span class="application">KeePassXC</span> guide
of the Electronic Frontier Foundation](https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/how-use-keepassxc).
[[!meta title="Your data won't be saved unless explicitly asked"]]
As stated in the [[/about]] page, Tails is designed to leave no trace on the
computer you're using unless you ask it explicitly. It is important
computer that you are using unless you ask it explicitly. It is important
to understand some of the consequences of that.
Starting a computer on a media containing Tails doesn't change anything on the
Starting a computer on a media containing Tails does not change anything on the
operating system actually installed on your hard disk: as a live system, Tails
doesn't need to use your hard disk during the whole session. Be your hard disk absent
or damaged, it wouldn't prevent your computer to start Tails. Consequently,
does not need to use your hard disk during the whole session. Be your hard disk absent
or damaged, it would not prevent your computer to start Tails. Consequently,
removing the DVD or USB stick containing Tails is enough to retrieve your usual
operating system.
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1. When starting Tails, [[set up an administration password|doc/first_steps/startup_options/administration_password/]].
2. Open the [[*Nautilus* file manager|doc/first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop#nautilus]].
2. Open the [[*Files* browser|doc/first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop#files]].
3. Click on the hard disk of your choice in the left pane.
......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ if your system was shut down properly.</p>
files owned by the first user (<code>uid=1000</code>) on that system.</p>
<p>In all cases, you might encounter permissions problems. To bypass
permission limitations, you can run <span class="application">Nautilus</span>
permission limitations, you can run the <span class="application">Files</span> browser
with administration rights.</p>
</div>
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ shortcuts allow you to launch the most frequently used applications:
<div class="icon">
[[!img keepassxc.png link=no]]
<div class="text">
<strong>KeePassX</strong>: password manager<br/>
<strong>KeePassXC</strong>: password manager<br/>
[[See the corresponding documentation|encryption_and_privacy/manage_passwords]]
</div>
</div>
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......@@ -18,14 +18,6 @@ page layout:
[tutorials](https://inkscape.org/en/learn/tutorials/) translated into several
languages.
- **<span class="application">[Scribus](https://www.scribus.net/)</span>** is a page layout application. You can use it
to design newspapers, magazines, newsletters and posters to
technical documentation.
The <span class="application">Scribus</span> website provides
[documentation](https://wiki.scribus.net/canvas/Help:TOC) in several
languages.
These applications can be started from the
<span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Applications</span>&nbsp;▸
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