Commit e355f8ab authored by emma peel's avatar emma peel
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first take at #10235, please review

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...@@ -20,7 +20,12 @@ See the current list of [[known issues|support/known_issues]]. ...@@ -20,7 +20,12 @@ See the current list of [[known issues|support/known_issues]].
# Download or upgrade # Download or upgrade
Go to the [[download]] page. Go to the [[download]] or [[upgrade|doc/first_steps/upgrade/]] page.
If you have been updating automatically for a while and your Tails does not
boot after an automatic upgrade, you can [[update your Tails
manually|doc/first_steps/upgrade/#manual]].
# What's coming up? # What's coming up?
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...@@ -512,3 +512,17 @@ applied if different from **English (US)**. Click on the ...@@ -512,3 +512,17 @@ applied if different from **English (US)**. Click on the
[[keyboard layout|doc/first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop#keyboard_layout]] icon [[keyboard layout|doc/first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop#keyboard_layout]] icon
in the notification area to switch between English and the layout in the notification area to switch between English and the layout
selected in *Tails Greeter*. selected in *Tails Greeter*.
<a id="automatic_upgrade_fails"></a>
Tails does not boot after Automatic Upgrade
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If you keep updating automatically, there is a point in which your Tails
partition gets full. Currently the test about remaining space is failing,
so you may end up with a Tails device with a corrupted partition, unable to boot.
Then, it gets blocked when booting, often after the message
'Loading, please wait'...
To fix this problem, you can [[update your Tails
manually|doc/first_steps/upgrade/#manual]].
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