You can help Tails! The first release candidate for the upcoming version 0.15 is out. Please test it and see if all works for you.
Keep in mind that this is a test image. We have made sure that it is not broken in an obvious way, but it might still contain undiscovered issues.
Download the ISO image and its signature:
- Major new features
- Persistence for browser bookmarks.
- Support for obfsproxy bridges.
- Minor improvements
- Add the Hangul Input Method Engine for SCIM.
- Add vendor-specific dpkg origin information. This makes
dpkg-vendorreturn correct information.
squeeze-backports. This is needed to support, to some extent, some OpenPGP SmartCard readers.
- Install HPIJS PPD files. Note that this depends on IJS driver (hpijs), and adds support for some printers, such as Xerox DocumentCenter400.
- Use LCD-optimized fonts.
- Update TrueCrypt to version 7.1a.
- Do not use pdnsd anymore. It has been orphaned in Debian, has quite
some bugs in there, and apparently Tor's
DNSPort's own caching is be good enough.
- Remove useless iceweasel cookies exceptions. They are useless as per-session cookies are allowed.
- Do not run
setupconon X. This call is only needed on the Linux console, no need to annoy the user with a weird "Press enter to activate this console" when the open a root shell in a GNOME Terminal.
- Allow the
tails-iuk-get-target-fileuser to connect to the
SOCKSPortdedicated for Tails-specific software.
- Do not use pdnsd anymore. It has been orphaned in Debian, has quite some bugs in there, and apparently Tor's
- User profile is now generated at build time in order to support persistent bookmarks.
- Update HTTPS Everywhere to version 3.0.4.
- Update NoScript to version 2.6.
- Fix bookmark to I2P router console.
- Re-enable Monkeysphere extension to connect to the validation agent.
- Custom packages are now retrieved from Tails APT repository instead of bloating the Git repository.
- Allow '~' in wiki filenames. This makes it possible to ship update-description files for release candidates.
- Document how to create incremental update kit.
APT is configured to use the
devel distribution on Tails custom
APT repository. It should have used
instead. The latter provides a stable source for package installation whereas
packages can be uploaded in
devel at anytime, without having received
If you want to install custom packages, it is recommended that
you first replace
/etc/apt/sources.list before updating the package lists.