• Enter your passphrase to unlock your Persistent Storage. (from Greeter)

  • Your Persistent Storage is unlocked. Restart Tails to lock it again. (from Greeter)

  • Cannot delete the Persistent Storage on %s while in use. (from Persistence setup)

  • Upgrade your Tails USB stick and keep your Persistent Storage. (from download)

  • This method might in rare occasions break the file system of your Persistent Storage. (from shutdown)

  • Create an apt-sources.list.d folder in your Persistent Storage. (from additional software)

  • Freeing space in your Persistent Storage. (from additional software)

  • Follow these steps to create a new password database and save it in your Persistent Storage for use in future working sessions. (from manage passwords)

  • When starting Tails, enable your Persistent Storage. (from manage passwords)

  • If you choose [Install Every Time], the package is saved in your Persistent Storage and will be reinstalled automatically every time you start Tails. (from additional software)

  • Enable & use the Persistent Storage (from persistence)

  • Create the Persistent Storage (from usb)

  • You can create a Persistent Storage in the free space left on the USB stick. (from persistence)

  • Restart on your backup Tails and create the Persistent Storage on it. (from copy)

  • To create the Persistent Storage or change its configuration, choose Applications → Tails → Persistent Storage. (from configure)

  • An attacker in possession of your USB stick can know that there is a Persistent Storage on it. (from warnings)

  • If a Persistent Storage is detected on the USB stick, an additional section appears in Tails Greeter. (from startup options)

  • Warnings about the Persistent Storage (from persistence)

  • To understand better how the Persistent Storage works, see our design document. (from faq)

  • The simplest way to carry around the documents that you want to use with Tails encrypted is to use the Persistent Storage. (from encrypted volumes)

  • To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across separate working sessions, you can activate the GnuPG feature of the Persistent Storage. (from decrypt verify)

  • Save the database as keepassx.kdbx in the Persistent folder. (from manage passwords)

  • Read the documentation about the Persistent Storage to learn which settings can be made persistent across separate working sessions. (from introduction to gnome and the tails desktop)