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[[!meta title="Check the file system of the persistent volume"]]
[[!meta title="Check the file system of the Persistent Storage"]]
In rare occasions, you might have to perform a file system check to repair a
broken persistent volume.
broken Persistent Storage.
Unlock the persistent volume
============================
Unlock the Persistent Storage
=============================
1. Start Tails, with persistence disabled, and [[set up an administration
1. When starting Tails, keep the Persistent Storage locked and [[set up an administration
password|welcome_screen/administration_password]].
1. Choose
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<span class="guilabel">TailsData LUKS</span>.
1. Click on the <span class="guimenu">[[!img lib/unlock.png alt="Unlock" class="symbolic" link="no"]]</span> button
to unlock the persistent volume. Enter the passphrase of the persistent
volume and click <span class="guilabel">Unlock</span>.
to unlock the Persistent Storage. Enter the passphrase of the Persistent
Storage and click <span class="guilabel">Unlock</span>.
1. In the confirmation dialog, enter your administration password and click
<span class="guilabel">Authenticate</span>.
......@@ -33,8 +33,8 @@ Unlock the persistent volume
appears below the <span class="guilabel">TailsData LUKS</span>
partition.
1. Identify the <span class="guilabel">Device</span> name of your persistent
volume that appears below the list of volumes.
1. Identify the <span class="guilabel">Device</span> name of your Persistent
Storage that appears below the list of volumes.
It should look like <code>/dev/mapper/luks-xxxxxxxx</code>.
Triple-click to select it and press <span class="keycap">Ctrl+C</span> to
copy it to the clipboard.
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......@@ -106,19 +106,19 @@ purpose.</p>
- **<span class="application">VirtualBox</span>** is available for
Linux, Windows, and Mac. Its
free software version does not include support for USB devices and
does not allow to use a persistent volume.
does not allow to use a Persistent Storage.
[[See the corresponding documentation.|virtualbox]]
- **<span class="application">GNOME Boxes</span>** is available for
Linux. It has a simple user
interface but does not allow to use a persistent volume.
interface but does not allow to use a Persistent Storage.
[[See the corresponding documentation.|boxes]]
- **<span class="application">virt-manager</span>** is available for
Linux. It has a more
complex user interface and allows to use a persistent volume, either
complex user interface and allows to use a Persistent Storage, either
by:
- Starting Tails from a USB stick.
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......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
[<span class="application">GNOME Boxes</span>](https://wiki.gnome.org/Boxes) aims at providing a simple
interface to create and use virtual machines for Linux with GNOME.
*GNOME Boxes* does not allow to use a persistent volume.
*GNOME Boxes* does not allow to use a Persistent Storage.
[[!inline pages="doc/advanced_topics/virtualization.caution" raw="yes" sort="age"]]
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......@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@ complete set of features.
<div class="tip">
<p><span class="application">virt-manager</span> is the only virtualization
solution that we present that allows the use of a persistent
volume.</span> See [[Running Tails from a USB
solution that we present that allows the use of a Persistent
Storage.</span> See [[Running Tails from a USB
image|virt-manager#usb_image]].</p>
</div>
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==============================
Running Tails from a USB image is the only virtualization solution that
allows you to use a persistent volume in a virtual machine.
allows you to use a Persistent Storage in a virtual machine.
1. [[Download a USB image|install/download]] instead of an ISO image.
1. Increase the size of the USB image to be at least 8 GB. This creates
space for automatic upgrades and the persistent volume.
space for automatic upgrades and the Persistent Storage.
<p class="pre command">truncate -s
<span class="command-placeholder">size</span>
......@@ -171,8 +171,8 @@ allows you to use a persistent volume in a virtual machine.
- Click **Apply** again.
- Click **Begin Installation** in the top left corner to start the virtual machine.
After you started on the USB image, you can [[create a persistent
volume|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
After you started on the USB image, you can [[create a Persistent
Storage|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
<a id="usb"></a>
......@@ -227,8 +227,8 @@ 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
volume|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
Once you started from the USB device you can [[create a Persistent
Storage|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
# Troubleshooting
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......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ devices.
For security reasons, we recommend you to use only the <span
class="application">Open Source Edition</span>, though it does not
allow to use a persistent volume.
allow to use a Persistent Storage.
</div>
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......@@ -57,10 +57,10 @@ The content of this folder will disappear once you shut down Tails.
- If you want to upload files with <span class="application">Tor
Browser</span>, copy them to that folder first.
- If you have activated the <span
- If you turned on the <span
class="guilabel">[[Personal
Data|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]</span>
persistence feature, then you can also use the <span
feature of the Persistent Storage, then you can also use the <span
class="filename">Tor Browser</span> folder that is located in the
<span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder. In that case, the
content of this folder is saved and remains available across separate
......@@ -69,9 +69,9 @@ working sessions.
<div class="note">
<p>To be able to download files larger than the available RAM, you need
to activate the <span class="guilabel">[[Personal
to turn on the <span class="guilabel">[[Personal
Data|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]</span>
persistence feature.</p>
feature of the Persistent Storage.</p>
</div>
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......@@ -75,10 +75,11 @@ lose your entire wallet.
That's why we recommend you both:
- Activate the [[<span class="guilabel">Bitcoin Client</span>
persistence feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure/#bitcoin]]
- Turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Bitcoin Client</span>doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#bitcoin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage
to store your bitcoin wallet and preferences across separate working
sessions.
- Backup your seed outside of Tails. For example, you can write it down
on a piece of paper and keep it with you.
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......@@ -76,5 +76,5 @@ to automatically connect to a Wi-Fi network, do the following:
If you want to reuse your custom
configuration or the passwords of encrypted wireless connections across separate
working sessions, you can activate the [[<span class="guilabel">Network connections</span> persistence
feature|first_steps/persistence/configure#network_connections]].
working sessions, you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Network connections</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure#network_connections]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
......@@ -57,8 +57,8 @@ not private.</p>
<div class="tip">
To store your OTR keys and preferences across separate working sessions,
you can activate the [[<span class="guilabel">Pidgin</span> persistence
feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure/#pidgin]].
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Pidgin</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#pidgin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
......@@ -97,8 +97,8 @@ by [Christopher Pound](http://generators.christopherpound.com/).
<div class="tip">
If you want to reuse the same username across separate working sessions,
you can activate the [[<span class="guilabel">Pidgin</span> persistence
feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure/#pidgin]].
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Pidgin</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#pidgin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
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......@@ -15,8 +15,8 @@ To start <span class="application">Thunderbird</span> choose
<div class="tip">
<p>You can activate the [[<strong>Thunderbird</strong> persistence
feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#thunderbird]] to store your
<p>You can turn on the [[<strong>Thunderbird</strong>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#thunderbird]]
feature of the Persistent Storage to store your
emails, feeds, and settings across separate working sessions.</p>
</div>
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ started with encrypting emails using
<div class="caution">
<p>If you have GnuPG keys stored in Persistence since before Tails 4.1
<p>If you have GnuPG keys stored in your Persistent Storage since before Tails 4.1
(December 2019), you should [[update your OpenPGP keyserver
configuration|doc/encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_keyserver]] to use safe
keyservers.</p>
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......@@ -8,8 +8,8 @@ Introduction to <span class="application">LUKS</span>
<div class="tip">
<p>The simplest way to carry around the documents that you want to use
with Tails encrypted is to use the [[encrypted persistent
storage|first_steps/persistence]].</p>
with Tails encrypted is to use the encrypted [[Persistent
Storage|first_steps/persistence]].</p>
</div>
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Note that the applet doesn't manage your keys, that is done by Seahorse.
<div class="caution">
<p>If you have GnuPG keys stored in Persistence since before Tails 4.1
<p>If you have GnuPG keys stored in your Persistent Storage since before Tails 4.1
(December 2019), you should [[update your OpenPGP keyserver
configuration|doc/encryption_and_privacy/openpgp_keyserver]] to use safe
keyservers.</p>
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......@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ results</span> window appears.
<div class="tip">
To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across separate working sessions,
you can activate the [[<span class="guilabel">GnuPG</span> persistence
feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure/#gnupg]].
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">GnuPG</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#gnupg]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
......@@ -79,8 +79,8 @@ padlock, meaning that the clipboard contains encrypted text:
<div class="tip">
To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across separate working sessions,
you can activate the [[<span class="guilabel">GnuPG</span> persistence
feature|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure/#gnupg]].
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">GnuPG</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#gnupg]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
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......@@ -17,18 +17,18 @@ Create and save a password database
===================================
Follow these steps to create a new password database and save it in the
persistent volume for use in future working sessions.
Persistent Storage for use in future working sessions.
To learn how to create and configure the persistent volume, read the
[[documentation on persistence|first_steps/persistence]].
To learn how to create and configure the Persistent Storage, read the
[[documentation on the Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence]].
0. When starting Tails, [[enable the persistent volume|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. When starting Tails, [[unlock the Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. In the [[<span class="application">Persistent Volume
Assistant</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure]], verify that the
[[<span class="guilabel">Personal Data</span>
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. In the [[<span class="application">Persistent Storage
settings</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure]], verify that the
[[<span class="guilabel">Personal Data</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]
feature is turned on. Otherwise, turn it on, restart Tails,
and [[unlock the Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>, choose
<span class="menuchoice">
......@@ -55,9 +55,9 @@ Restore and unlock the password database
========================================
Follow these steps to unlock the password database saved in the
persistent volume from a previous working session.
Persistent Storage from a previous working session.
0. When starting Tails, [[enable the persistent volume|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. When starting Tails, [[unlock the Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>, choose
<span class="menuchoice">
......@@ -81,8 +81,8 @@ persistent volume from a previous working session.
<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
using the [[<span class="guilabel">Dotfiles</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]
feature of the Persistent Storage. To do so, create the folder
<code>/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/dotfiles/.config/keepassxc/</code>
and copy the file <code>~/.config/keepassxc/keepassxc.ini</code> to it.</p>
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......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ as the default OpenPGP keyserver.
# Updating your Tails to use keys.openpgp.org
If you have GnuPG keys stored in Persistence since before Tails 4.1, you
If you have GnuPG keys stored in your Persistent Storage since before Tails 4.1, you
should update your keyserver configuration.
Tails was previously configured to use the SKS keyserver network, which
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1. Save both files and close the *Text Editor*.
If you also have encrypted emails stored in the *Thunderbird*
Persistence feature:
If you also have encrypted emails stored in the Thunderbird
feature of the Persistent Storage:
1. Open *Thunderbird*.
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......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ 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),
or use the [[persistence feature|first_steps/persistence]].
or use the [[Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence]].
<a id="access_hdd"></a>
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......@@ -5,12 +5,12 @@
- [[!traillink MAC_address_spoofing|first_steps/welcome_screen/mac_spoofing]]
- [[!traillink Tor_bridge_mode|first_steps/welcome_screen/bridge_mode]]
- [[!traillink Introduction_to_GNOME_and_the_Tails_desktop|first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop]]
- [[!traillink Encrypted_persistence|first_steps/persistence]]
- [[!traillink Warnings_about_persistence|first_steps/persistence/warnings]]
- [[!traillink Create_&_configure_the_persistent_volume|first_steps/persistence/configure]]
- [[!traillink Enable_&_use_the_persistent_volume|first_steps/persistence/use]]
- [[!traillink Make_a_backup_of_your_persistent_volume|first_steps/persistence/copy]]
- [[!traillink Delete_the_persistent_volume|first_steps/persistence/delete]]
- [[!traillink Encrypted_Persistent_Storage|first_steps/persistence]]
- [[!traillink Warnings_about_the_Persistent_Storage|first_steps/persistence/warnings]]
- [[!traillink Create_&_configure_the_Persistent_Storage|first_steps/persistence/configure]]
- [[!traillink Unlock_&_use_the_Persistent_Storage|first_steps/persistence/use]]
- [[!traillink Make_a_backup_of_your_Persistent_Storage|first_steps/persistence/copy]]
- [[!traillink Delete_the_Persistent_Storage|first_steps/persistence/delete]]
- [[!traillink Installing_additional_software|first_steps/additional_software]]
- [[!traillink Report_an_error|first_steps/bug_reporting]]
- [[!traillink Shutting_down_Tails|first_steps/shutdown]]
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Installing additional software automatically when starting Tails
----------------------------------------------------------------
To do so, you need to enable the [[<span class="guilabel">Additional
Software</span> persistence feature|persistence/configure#additional_software]].
To do so, you need to turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Additional
Software</span>|persistence/configure#additional_software]] feature of the
Persistent Storage.
After a package is installed using <span class="application">Synaptic</span> or
<span class="command">apt</span>, a notification appears to ask if you want to install this package
......@@ -140,14 +141,14 @@ every time you start Tails in the future.
[[!img additional_software/add-additional-software.png link="no" alt=""]]
- If you choose <span class="button">Install Every Time</span>,
the package is saved in the persistent storage and will be reinstalled
the package is saved in the Persistent Storage and will be reinstalled
automatically every time you start Tails.
The package will also be updated automatically when you connect to the
Internet.
- If you choose <span class="button">Install Only Once</span>, the
package is also saved in the persistent storage but won't be
package is also saved in the Persistent Storage but won't be
reinstalled automatically every time you start Tails.
The same package can be reinstalled faster for some time because you
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Some packages require additional configuration to work. To keep the
configuration across Tails sessions, you can use the [[<span
class="guilabel">Dotfiles</span> persistence
feature|first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]].
class="guilabel">Dotfiles</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
Checking your list of additional software
=========================================
......@@ -175,7 +176,7 @@ every time you start Tails, choose <span class="menuchoice">
Click the <span class="button">[[!img lib/window-close.png
class="symbolic" link="no" alt=""]]</span> button to remove a package from the list.
The same list is also available from the configuration of the persistent storage, by clicking on the
The same list is also available from the Persistent Storage settings, by clicking on the
[[!img lib/emblem-system.png class="symbolic" link="no"]] button of the <span class="guilabel">Additional
Software</span> feature.
......@@ -227,10 +228,10 @@ When you installed the package, if you chose:
[[!img additional_software/remove-additional-software.png link="no" alt=""]]
Freeing space in your persistent storage
Freeing space in your Persistent Storage
----------------------------------------
After you installed many packages that you are not using anymore, you can free some space in your persistent storage:
After you installed many packages that you are not using anymore, you can free some space in your Persistent Storage:
1. [[Set up an administration password
|first_steps/welcome_screen/administration_password]] when you start Tails.
......@@ -269,13 +270,13 @@ example, to install packages from the `non-free` section of Debian. To do so:
|first_steps/welcome_screen/administration_password]] when you start Tails.
1. Create an <span class="filename">apt-sources.list.d</span> folder in your
persistent volume:
Persistent Storage:
sudo install -d -m 755 /live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/apt-sources.list.d
1. Edit <span class="filename">/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/persistence.conf</span>,
the configuration of the persistent volume, as root and add the
<span class="filename">apt-sources.list.d</span> folder as a persistence
the configuration of the Persistent Storage, as root and add the
<span class="filename">apt-sources.list.d</span> folder as a
feature of type `link`:
/etc/apt/sources.list.d source=apt-sources.list.d,link
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......@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ open the <span class="application">Settings</span> utility and choose
<div class="next">
By default, any such customization is reset when shutting down Tails. Read the
documentation on [[persistence|persistence]] to learn which configuration can be
documentation on the [[Persistent Storage|persistence]] to learn which configuration can be
made persistent across separate working sessions.
</div>
......@@ -347,7 +347,7 @@ Emptying the trash
1. Click on the disk on which you want to empty the trash in the left
pane to open it.
To empty the trash of the persistent volume, open the
To empty the trash of the Persistent Storage, open the
<span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder.
1. Click on the <span class="guimenu">[[!img lib/pan-down.png alt="menu toggle"
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