Commit bafd254d authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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changes for #9965

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Additional features
===================
* automatic mechanism to [[upgrade a USB stick|doc/first_steps/upgrade]] to newer versions
* automatic mechanism to [[upgrade a Tails USB stick|doc/first_steps/upgrade]] to newer versions
* can be run as a virtualized guest inside
[VirtualBox](http://www.virtualbox.org/) ([[More...|doc/advanced_topics/virtualization]])
* [[customization|contribute/customize]] (e.g. to add a given missing piece of
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......@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@ purpose.</p>
complex user interface and allows to use a persistent volume, either
by:
- Starting Tails from a USB stick.
- Starting a Tails USB stick.
- Creating a virtual USB storage volume saved as a single file on the host
operating system.
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......@@ -105,10 +105,10 @@ active</span>", then try to start the default virtual network:
<a id="usb"></a>
Running Tails from a USB stick
Running from a Tails USB stick
==============================
To run Tails from a USB stick using *virt-manager*, first
To run Tails from a Tails USB stick using *virt-manager*, first
create a virtual machine running from an ISO image as described
[[above|virt-manager#iso]].
......@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ Then do the following:
<span class="guisubmenuitem">Shut Down</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Force Off</span></span> to shut down the
virtual machine.
1. Plug in the USB stick from which you want to run Tails.
1. Plug in the Tails USB stick from which you want to run Tails.
1. Choose
<span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">View</span>&nbsp;▸
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ install Tails onto the USB stick if needed.
<a id="disconnect"></a>
You can also disconnect the original ISO image and start directly from the
USB stick once Tails is already installed on it. To do so:
Tails USB stick. To do so:
1. Shut down the virtual machine.
1. In the configuration of the virtual machine, click on **IDE CDROM
......@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ USB stick once Tails is already installed on it. To do so:
<span class="guimenu">Virtual Machine</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Run</span></span>.
Once you started from the USB device you can [[create a persistent
Once you started from the Tails USB stick you can [[create a persistent
volume|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
<a id="virtual_usb"></a>
......@@ -198,8 +198,8 @@ onto the virtual USB storage. The virtual USB storage appears in *Tails
Installer* as **QEMU HARDDISK**.
After that you can disconnect the original ISO image and start directly
from the virtual USB stick [[as described
from the virtual Tails USB stick [[as described
in the previous section|virt-manager#disconnect]].
Once you started from the virtual USB device you can [[create a persistent
Once you started from the virtual Tails USB stick you can [[create a persistent
volume|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
......@@ -8,8 +8,7 @@ Starting a computer on a media containing Tails doesn't 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,
removing the DVD or USB stick containing Tails is enough to retrieve your usual
operating system.
removing the Tails device is enough to retrieve your usual operating system.
You should save anything you want to keep for later access into a
separate device (other USB stick, other DVD or any device you would choose),
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