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msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-01-05 07:20-0800\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-01-06 13:30-0800\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
......@@ -1146,19 +1146,6 @@ msgid ""
"not good."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"It is actually possible to get the best out of these two worlds at the same "
"time. When running T(A)ILS from a USB drive you have the option to create an "
"encrypted container wherein your home directory is stored so that any files "
"stored and settings made are saved persistently. If you use a good password "
"this deals with the dangers of storing sensitive data on it. For more "
"information on this, see the section on using a [persistent home directory]"
"(#persistent). But what about virus threats and the like? Well, when running "
"from a USB drive, the system files are still set up to not be persistently "
"writeable. It is only your home directory which will be persistent."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Installation instructions"
......@@ -1166,153 +1153,69 @@ msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"In order to get T(A)ILS running from USB you currently have to get the usual "
"LiveCD installation first. Once T(A)ILS has started up from CD you will find "
"a short cut to an installation guide in the \"T(A)ILS\" meni available from "
"the panel and the K menu, aptly called \"Install T(A)ILS to USB\". The guide "
"will tell you about your options and is self contained, and in most cases "
"you only need to insert a USB drive, choose the appropriate installation "
"method and hit the OK button to get it done. Then you restart the computer "
"without the CD in, but with the USB drive connected instead, and T(A)ILS "
"should start to boot just like from the CD."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Updating T(A)ILS USB installation"
"In order to get T(A)ILS running from USB, the easiest way is to get the "
"usual LiveCD installation first (or run T(A)ILS from a virtual machine "
"supports writing directly to a real-world USB drive)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"If you have an existing T(A)ILS USB installation and want to update it to a "
"more recent release, simply use this script to overwrite the existing "
"installtion. Note that if a persistent home directory is present you must "
"choose option 1 (\"Use an existing vfat partition on a USB drive\") and "
"select the partition containing T(A)ILS in order to keep it."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ##
#, no-wrap
msgid "<a name=\"persistent\"></a>Persistent home directory"
"Note that the method of installing T(A)ILS to USB is pretty crude at the "
"moment (a more intuituve way is planned). If you do not know precisely what "
"the things mentioned below mean it is recommended to stop now as you "
"otherwise might risk overwriting any present hard drives. Proceed at your "
"own discretion!"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"At a certain point when [booting T(A)ILS from USB](#usb) you will be "
"prompted with the question if you want a persistent home directory or not. "
"As mentioned elsewhere in this document, that will allow you to save files "
"and keep application settings between shutdowns, which is not normally the "
"case. Naturally, saving sensitive stuff could be dangerious if it got into "
"the wrong hands, so the use of encryption is highly recommended."
"Once T(A)ILS has started up from CD (or a virtual machine), start a terminal "
"and type:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"As you progress through the guided setup of the persistent home directory "
"you will be asked as few questions and given some simple instructions, and "
"some of these might need to be commented a bit:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Size"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Early on you will be asked for the size of the \"home volume\", which will "
"be a file stored on the USB drive that in turn will store you files. There "
"are a few constraints on this size, like a minimum size necessary to fit the "
"initial application settings and files that are part of \\_\\_INCOGNITO"
"\\_USER\\_\\_ users's home directory. There is also a maximum size, which is "
"the lowest of the space available on the drive, and 4 GB (this is because of "
"technical reasons – files larger than 4 GB will not work)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Encryption"
" sudo su\n"
" cat /dev/cdrom > /dev/sdX\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"It cannot be emphasized enough; use encryption! The encryption is protected "
"with a password, so it is very important to also choose a strong password. "
"But what is a strong password? Of course, there are many different opinions "
"on that. What can be said is that to utilize the encryption algorithm used "
"to its full extent you will need a password consisting of 40 randomly chosen "
"characters of those available on the standard (western) keyboard layout, "
"which have around 90 different characters. Such a password should remain "
"uncrackable for the remainder of this universe's life span and the same goes "
"for the actual encryption. Of course, such a password is almost impossible "
"to memorize, so you will probably have to go for something shorter. 20 "
"random characters is probably enough. It can also help to device mnemonics "
"to help remember them but stay away from dictionary words of any language "
"you know. Be creative! If you need help with generating the passwords you "
"should check out [KeePassX](#keepassx)'s built-in password generator."
"where \"`/dev/cdrom`\" is the CD-ROM device running the T(A)ILS CD, and \"`/"
"dev/sdX`\" is the target USB device. Note that The \"`X`\" in \"`/dev/sdX`\" "
"needs to be changed appropriately (usually the command \"`dmesg`\" can be of "
"great help if run just after pluggin in the USB device)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"If you use encryption (which you should) you will be prompted for the "
"password during boot. One thing that might strike you as odd is that it is "
"possible to enter two passwords. The reason for that will be clarified in "
"the next section, but normally you just type in your password in one of them "
"(which one doesn't matter) and press ENTER to continue."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Hidden volumes"
"As an alternative, if you have a non-T(A)ILS Linux system and access to the T"
"(A)ILS ISO image, you can install it to USB by issuing the following "
"commands to a terminal:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"In certain countries you may be legally forced to hand over encryption keys "
"or passwords, or otherwise facing penal charges. Clearly this might defeat "
"the whole purpose of using encryption, but luckily there is a solution based "
"on [plausible deniability](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/"
"Plausible_deniability)."
" sudo su # or other way to get root privileges\n"
" cat /path/to/tails/image.iso > /dev/sdX\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"The idea is to create a so called hidden volume which resides in the free "
"space of the normal (or outer) volume, and using two different passwords to "
"access either of them; the normal password grants access only to the normal "
"volume and the hidden password grants access only to the hidden volume. "
"Given the normal password there is no way to tell whether the hidden volume "
"exists or not – the hidden password is required for that. The point of all "
"this is that you may hand over the normal password to the authorities and "
"keep the hidden password secret, and they will not be able to tell whether "
"you are fooling them or not. Hence you get plausible deniability."
"where \"`/dev/sdX`\" is the target USB device (change \"`X`\" as above)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Setting up the hidden volume using the guided setup is pretty straight "
"forward. You will be asked how large it should be, and since it is stored "
"within the normal volume it must be smaller, but it is important that you "
"leave some additional in order to make room on the normal volume. You will "
"need to use the normal volume sometomes to do innocent things so that it "
"looks used, otherwise the authorities will not believe you. However, when "
"you do that by just specifying the normal password you may damage the hidden "
"volume as it resides in the free space. Luckily you can supply both "
"passwords at the same time, which will open the normal volume but make it "
"aware of the hidden volume so you cannot damage it. So, whenever you are "
"using the normal volume to make it look used, enter both passwords (one in "
"each field at the password prompt, and order doesn't matter)."
#. type: Title ##
#, no-wrap
msgid "<a name=\"persistent\"></a>Persistent storage on USB drive"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Naturally, you will also be asked for an additional password for the hidden "
"volume, and as always you should choose a good, strong password. However, "
"for the normal volume you can choose may choose a weaker password that's "
"easier to remember – it only needs to be good enough to fool the authoroties "
"that it is the real password. But remember to **never** give the hidden "
"password to anyone else, or even mention to anybody that you are using a "
"hidden volume or have two passwords."
"This is not supported at the moment, but is planned for a future T(A)ILS "
"release."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ##
......
......@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-01-05 07:20-0800\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-01-06 13:30-0800\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
......@@ -1146,19 +1146,6 @@ msgid ""
"not good."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"It is actually possible to get the best out of these two worlds at the same "
"time. When running T(A)ILS from a USB drive you have the option to create an "
"encrypted container wherein your home directory is stored so that any files "
"stored and settings made are saved persistently. If you use a good password "
"this deals with the dangers of storing sensitive data on it. For more "
"information on this, see the section on using a [persistent home directory]"
"(#persistent). But what about virus threats and the like? Well, when running "
"from a USB drive, the system files are still set up to not be persistently "
"writeable. It is only your home directory which will be persistent."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Installation instructions"
......@@ -1166,153 +1153,69 @@ msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"In order to get T(A)ILS running from USB you currently have to get the usual "
"LiveCD installation first. Once T(A)ILS has started up from CD you will find "
"a short cut to an installation guide in the \"T(A)ILS\" meni available from "
"the panel and the K menu, aptly called \"Install T(A)ILS to USB\". The guide "
"will tell you about your options and is self contained, and in most cases "
"you only need to insert a USB drive, choose the appropriate installation "
"method and hit the OK button to get it done. Then you restart the computer "
"without the CD in, but with the USB drive connected instead, and T(A)ILS "
"should start to boot just like from the CD."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Updating T(A)ILS USB installation"
"In order to get T(A)ILS running from USB, the easiest way is to get the "
"usual LiveCD installation first (or run T(A)ILS from a virtual machine "
"supports writing directly to a real-world USB drive)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"If you have an existing T(A)ILS USB installation and want to update it to a "
"more recent release, simply use this script to overwrite the existing "
"installtion. Note that if a persistent home directory is present you must "
"choose option 1 (\"Use an existing vfat partition on a USB drive\") and "
"select the partition containing T(A)ILS in order to keep it."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ##
#, no-wrap
msgid "<a name=\"persistent\"></a>Persistent home directory"
"Note that the method of installing T(A)ILS to USB is pretty crude at the "
"moment (a more intuituve way is planned). If you do not know precisely what "
"the things mentioned below mean it is recommended to stop now as you "
"otherwise might risk overwriting any present hard drives. Proceed at your "
"own discretion!"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"At a certain point when [booting T(A)ILS from USB](#usb) you will be "
"prompted with the question if you want a persistent home directory or not. "
"As mentioned elsewhere in this document, that will allow you to save files "
"and keep application settings between shutdowns, which is not normally the "
"case. Naturally, saving sensitive stuff could be dangerious if it got into "
"the wrong hands, so the use of encryption is highly recommended."
"Once T(A)ILS has started up from CD (or a virtual machine), start a terminal "
"and type:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"As you progress through the guided setup of the persistent home directory "
"you will be asked as few questions and given some simple instructions, and "
"some of these might need to be commented a bit:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Size"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Early on you will be asked for the size of the \"home volume\", which will "
"be a file stored on the USB drive that in turn will store you files. There "
"are a few constraints on this size, like a minimum size necessary to fit the "
"initial application settings and files that are part of \\_\\_INCOGNITO"
"\\_USER\\_\\_ users's home directory. There is also a maximum size, which is "
"the lowest of the space available on the drive, and 4 GB (this is because of "
"technical reasons – files larger than 4 GB will not work)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Encryption"
" sudo su\n"
" cat /dev/cdrom > /dev/sdX\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"It cannot be emphasized enough; use encryption! The encryption is protected "
"with a password, so it is very important to also choose a strong password. "
"But what is a strong password? Of course, there are many different opinions "
"on that. What can be said is that to utilize the encryption algorithm used "
"to its full extent you will need a password consisting of 40 randomly chosen "
"characters of those available on the standard (western) keyboard layout, "
"which have around 90 different characters. Such a password should remain "
"uncrackable for the remainder of this universe's life span and the same goes "
"for the actual encryption. Of course, such a password is almost impossible "
"to memorize, so you will probably have to go for something shorter. 20 "
"random characters is probably enough. It can also help to device mnemonics "
"to help remember them but stay away from dictionary words of any language "
"you know. Be creative! If you need help with generating the passwords you "
"should check out [KeePassX](#keepassx)'s built-in password generator."
"where \"`/dev/cdrom`\" is the CD-ROM device running the T(A)ILS CD, and \"`/"
"dev/sdX`\" is the target USB device. Note that The \"`X`\" in \"`/dev/sdX`\" "
"needs to be changed appropriately (usually the command \"`dmesg`\" can be of "
"great help if run just after pluggin in the USB device)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"If you use encryption (which you should) you will be prompted for the "
"password during boot. One thing that might strike you as odd is that it is "
"possible to enter two passwords. The reason for that will be clarified in "
"the next section, but normally you just type in your password in one of them "
"(which one doesn't matter) and press ENTER to continue."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Hidden volumes"
"As an alternative, if you have a non-T(A)ILS Linux system and access to the T"
"(A)ILS ISO image, you can install it to USB by issuing the following "
"commands to a terminal:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"In certain countries you may be legally forced to hand over encryption keys "
"or passwords, or otherwise facing penal charges. Clearly this might defeat "
"the whole purpose of using encryption, but luckily there is a solution based "
"on [plausible deniability](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/"
"Plausible_deniability)."
" sudo su # or other way to get root privileges\n"
" cat /path/to/tails/image.iso > /dev/sdX\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"The idea is to create a so called hidden volume which resides in the free "
"space of the normal (or outer) volume, and using two different passwords to "
"access either of them; the normal password grants access only to the normal "
"volume and the hidden password grants access only to the hidden volume. "
"Given the normal password there is no way to tell whether the hidden volume "
"exists or not – the hidden password is required for that. The point of all "
"this is that you may hand over the normal password to the authorities and "
"keep the hidden password secret, and they will not be able to tell whether "
"you are fooling them or not. Hence you get plausible deniability."
"where \"`/dev/sdX`\" is the target USB device (change \"`X`\" as above)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Setting up the hidden volume using the guided setup is pretty straight "
"forward. You will be asked how large it should be, and since it is stored "
"within the normal volume it must be smaller, but it is important that you "
"leave some additional in order to make room on the normal volume. You will "
"need to use the normal volume sometomes to do innocent things so that it "
"looks used, otherwise the authorities will not believe you. However, when "
"you do that by just specifying the normal password you may damage the hidden "
"volume as it resides in the free space. Luckily you can supply both "
"passwords at the same time, which will open the normal volume but make it "
"aware of the hidden volume so you cannot damage it. So, whenever you are "
"using the normal volume to make it look used, enter both passwords (one in "
"each field at the password prompt, and order doesn't matter)."
#. type: Title ##
#, no-wrap
msgid "<a name=\"persistent\"></a>Persistent storage on USB drive"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Naturally, you will also be asked for an additional password for the hidden "
"volume, and as always you should choose a good, strong password. However, "
"for the normal volume you can choose may choose a weaker password that's "
"easier to remember – it only needs to be good enough to fool the authoroties "
"that it is the real password. But remember to **never** give the hidden "
"password to anyone else, or even mention to anybody that you are using a "
"hidden volume or have two passwords."
"This is not supported at the moment, but is planned for a future T(A)ILS "
"release."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ##
......
......@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-01-05 07:20-0800\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-01-06 13:30-0800\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
......@@ -1146,19 +1146,6 @@ msgid ""
"not good."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"It is actually possible to get the best out of these two worlds at the same "
"time. When running T(A)ILS from a USB drive you have the option to create an "
"encrypted container wherein your home directory is stored so that any files "
"stored and settings made are saved persistently. If you use a good password "
"this deals with the dangers of storing sensitive data on it. For more "
"information on this, see the section on using a [persistent home directory]"
"(#persistent). But what about virus threats and the like? Well, when running "
"from a USB drive, the system files are still set up to not be persistently "
"writeable. It is only your home directory which will be persistent."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Installation instructions"
......@@ -1166,153 +1153,69 @@ msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"In order to get T(A)ILS running from USB you currently have to get the usual "
"LiveCD installation first. Once T(A)ILS has started up from CD you will find "
"a short cut to an installation guide in the \"T(A)ILS\" meni available from "
"the panel and the K menu, aptly called \"Install T(A)ILS to USB\". The guide "
"will tell you about your options and is self contained, and in most cases "
"you only need to insert a USB drive, choose the appropriate installation "
"method and hit the OK button to get it done. Then you restart the computer "
"without the CD in, but with the USB drive connected instead, and T(A)ILS "
"should start to boot just like from the CD."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Updating T(A)ILS USB installation"
"In order to get T(A)ILS running from USB, the easiest way is to get the "
"usual LiveCD installation first (or run T(A)ILS from a virtual machine "
"supports writing directly to a real-world USB drive)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"If you have an existing T(A)ILS USB installation and want to update it to a "
"more recent release, simply use this script to overwrite the existing "
"installtion. Note that if a persistent home directory is present you must "
"choose option 1 (\"Use an existing vfat partition on a USB drive\") and "
"select the partition containing T(A)ILS in order to keep it."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ##
#, no-wrap
msgid "<a name=\"persistent\"></a>Persistent home directory"
"Note that the method of installing T(A)ILS to USB is pretty crude at the "
"moment (a more intuituve way is planned). If you do not know precisely what "
"the things mentioned below mean it is recommended to stop now as you "
"otherwise might risk overwriting any present hard drives. Proceed at your "
"own discretion!"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"At a certain point when [booting T(A)ILS from USB](#usb) you will be "
"prompted with the question if you want a persistent home directory or not. "
"As mentioned elsewhere in this document, that will allow you to save files "
"and keep application settings between shutdowns, which is not normally the "
"case. Naturally, saving sensitive stuff could be dangerious if it got into "
"the wrong hands, so the use of encryption is highly recommended."
"Once T(A)ILS has started up from CD (or a virtual machine), start a terminal "
"and type:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"As you progress through the guided setup of the persistent home directory "
"you will be asked as few questions and given some simple instructions, and "
"some of these might need to be commented a bit:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Size"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Early on you will be asked for the size of the \"home volume\", which will "
"be a file stored on the USB drive that in turn will store you files. There "
"are a few constraints on this size, like a minimum size necessary to fit the "
"initial application settings and files that are part of \\_\\_INCOGNITO"
"\\_USER\\_\\_ users's home directory. There is also a maximum size, which is "
"the lowest of the space available on the drive, and 4 GB (this is because of "
"technical reasons – files larger than 4 GB will not work)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Encryption"
" sudo su\n"
" cat /dev/cdrom > /dev/sdX\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"It cannot be emphasized enough; use encryption! The encryption is protected "
"with a password, so it is very important to also choose a strong password. "
"But what is a strong password? Of course, there are many different opinions "
"on that. What can be said is that to utilize the encryption algorithm used "
"to its full extent you will need a password consisting of 40 randomly chosen "
"characters of those available on the standard (western) keyboard layout, "
"which have around 90 different characters. Such a password should remain "
"uncrackable for the remainder of this universe's life span and the same goes "
"for the actual encryption. Of course, such a password is almost impossible "
"to memorize, so you will probably have to go for something shorter. 20 "
"random characters is probably enough. It can also help to device mnemonics "
"to help remember them but stay away from dictionary words of any language "
"you know. Be creative! If you need help with generating the passwords you "
"should check out [KeePassX](#keepassx)'s built-in password generator."
"where \"`/dev/cdrom`\" is the CD-ROM device running the T(A)ILS CD, and \"`/"
"dev/sdX`\" is the target USB device. Note that The \"`X`\" in \"`/dev/sdX`\" "
"needs to be changed appropriately (usually the command \"`dmesg`\" can be of "
"great help if run just after pluggin in the USB device)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"If you use encryption (which you should) you will be prompted for the "
"password during boot. One thing that might strike you as odd is that it is "
"possible to enter two passwords. The reason for that will be clarified in "
"the next section, but normally you just type in your password in one of them "
"(which one doesn't matter) and press ENTER to continue."
msgstr ""
#. type: Title ###
#, no-wrap
msgid "Hidden volumes"
"As an alternative, if you have a non-T(A)ILS Linux system and access to the T"
"(A)ILS ISO image, you can install it to USB by issuing the following "
"commands to a terminal:"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
#, no-wrap
msgid ""
"In certain countries you may be legally forced to hand over encryption keys "
"or passwords, or otherwise facing penal charges. Clearly this might defeat "
"the whole purpose of using encryption, but luckily there is a solution based "
"on [plausible deniability](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/"
"Plausible_deniability)."
" sudo su # or other way to get root privileges\n"
" cat /path/to/tails/image.iso > /dev/sdX\n"
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"The idea is to create a so called hidden volume which resides in the free "
"space of the normal (or outer) volume, and using two different passwords to "
"access either of them; the normal password grants access only to the normal "
"volume and the hidden password grants access only to the hidden volume. "
"Given the normal password there is no way to tell whether the hidden volume "
"exists or not – the hidden password is required for that. The point of all "
"this is that you may hand over the normal password to the authorities and "
"keep the hidden password secret, and they will not be able to tell whether "
"you are fooling them or not. Hence you get plausible deniability."
"where \"`/dev/sdX`\" is the target USB device (change \"`X`\" as above)."
msgstr ""
#. type: Plain text
msgid ""
"Setting up the hidden volume using the guided setup is pretty straight "
"forward. You will be asked how large it should be, and since it is stored "
"within the normal volume it must be smaller, but it is important that you "
"leave some additional in order to make room on the normal volume. You will "
"need to use the normal volume sometomes to do innocent things so that it "
"looks used, otherwise the authorities will not believe you. However, when "
"you do that by just specifying the normal password you may damage the hidden "
"volume as it resides in the free space. Luckily you can supply both "
"passwords at the same time, which will open the normal volume but make it "
"aware of the hidden volume so you cannot damage it. So, whenever you are "
"using the normal volume to make it look used, enter both passwords (one in "
"each field at the password prompt, and order doesn't matter)."
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"Naturally, you will also be asked for an additional password for the hidden "
"volume, and as always you should choose a good, strong password. However, "
"for the normal volume you can choose may choose a weaker password that's "
"easier to remember – it only needs to be good enough to fool the authoroties "
"that it is the real password. But remember to **never** give the hidden "
"password to anyone else, or even mention to anybody that you are using a "
"hidden volume or have two passwords."
"This is not supported at the moment, but is planned for a future T(A)ILS "
"release."
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