Commit 51e9bf20 authored by JesseW's avatar JesseW Committed by sajolida

A few more native English fixes

parent 84ff9637
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GnuPG support ([[More...|doc/anonymous_internet/Claws_Mail]])
* [Liferea](http://liferea.sourceforge.net/) feed aggregator
* [Gobby](http://gobby.0x539.de/trac/) for collaborative text writing
* [Aircrack-ng](http://aircrack-ng.org/) for wireless networks auditing
* [Aircrack-ng](http://aircrack-ng.org/) for wireless network auditing
* [I2P](https://geti2p.net/) an anonymizing network ([[More...|doc/anonymous_internet/i2p]])
* [Electrum](https://electrum.org/), an easy-to-use bitcoin client ([[More...|doc/anonymous_internet/electrum]])
......@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ Desktop Edition
* [Poedit](http://poedit.sourceforge.net/) to edit .po files
* [Simple Scan](https://launchpad.net/simple-scan) and
[SANE](http://www.sane-project.org/) for scanner support
* [Brasero](http://projects.gnome.org/brasero/) to burn CD/DVD
* [Brasero](http://projects.gnome.org/brasero/) to burn CD/DVDs
* [Sound Juicer](http://burtonini.com/blog/computers/sound-juicer) to rip audio
CDs
* [Traverso](http://traverso-daw.org/) a multi-track audio recorder and editor
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[[!meta title="Create and use encrypted volumes"]]
The simplest way to carry around the documents you want to use with Tails and
make sure that they haven't been accessed nor modified is to store them in an
encrypted volume: a dedicated partition on a USB stick or an external hard-disk.
make sure that they haven't been accessed or modified is to store them in an
encrypted volume: a dedicated partition on a USB stick or external hard-disk.
Tails comes with utilities for LUKS, a standard for disk-encryption under Linux.
- The GNOME <span class="application">Disk Utility</span>, allows you to
- The GNOME <span class="application">Disk Utility</span> allows you to
create encrypted volumes.
- The GNOME desktop, allows you to open encrypted volumes.
- The GNOME desktop allows you to open encrypted volumes.
<div class="tip">
......@@ -102,10 +102,10 @@ with the name you gave it.
Open an existing encrypted partition
====================================
When plugging a device containing an encrypted partition, Tails does not mount it
When plugging in a device containing an encrypted partition, Tails does not mount it
automatically but it appears in the <span class="guimenu">Places</span>
menu. If several partitions appear as <span class="guimenu">Encrypted</span>,
like in the example, you can use its size to guess which one is the one you want
like in the example, you can use their sizes to guess which one is the one you want
to open.
[[!img places_encrypted.png link=no alt="Places&nbsp;▸ 2.0 GB Encrypted"]]
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......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ See [[!tails_ticket 5323]].
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For more details read, the corresponding section of the Wikipedia article on
For more details read the corresponding section of the Wikipedia article on
[[!wikipedia Data_erasure#Limitations desc="Data erasure"]].
Securely delete files
......@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ you to recover your work in case OpenOffice stops responding).
Emptying the trash
==================
Before considering [[securely cleanly the available space on a
Before considering [[securely cleaning the available space on a
disk|secure_deletion#index5h1]], make sure to empty the trash.
1. Open *Nautilus*, either from the <span class="guimenu">Places</span> menu or
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