Chroot browsers don't work when Tails is manually installed with YUMI
If YUMI is used to manually install Tails, the chrooted browsers
i2p-browser) will not work.
amnesia@amnesia:~$ sudo unsafe-browser * Setting up chroot /usr/local/sbin/unsafe-browser: 53: /usr/local/sbin/unsafe-browser: cannot open /lib/live/mount/medium/live/Tails.module: No such file mount: mount point /var/lib/unsafe-browser/chroot/proc does not exist unsafe-browser: error: Failed to setup chroot.
The problem in this case is that after installing Tails with YUMI,
/lib/live/mount/medium/live/Tails.module is located at
which cannot work.
The manual instructions for Windows
say to use
Universal USB Installer. Perhaps we should document
(somewhere) that YUMI
not be used.
(And/Or) perhaps there could be a refactoring done—as long as it
wouldn’t be too painful or too hackish—so that
$blah/live/Tails.module will work regardless of the value of
- Related to #6871 (closed)