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If so, how do you store that software considering everytime you close Tails it wipes everything clean for the next time you boot up? Install Tails on a USB stick using 2 USB keys. Once it is installed you can set up persistent storage so when you install software. The next time you reboot, it will automatically reinstall it for you and your saved files ...


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This can theoretically do it for you but I haven't personally tried it. If you don't know how to troubleshoot networking issues, you might now want to just run Firefox + Tor to make your own Tor Browser. If you've got the tech savvy to try it, first start off with just Firefox + Tor on your RPI. From another computer on your network, set up Wireshark and ...


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This reminds me of Whonix. You could set up a Whonix VM "gateway" and connect whatever you wanted through that "gateway" (this is an assumption - all you need is access to the hypervisor network), like the regular "workstation" does. More info at https://www.whonix.org/wiki/About If you change your requirement to "how can I run a VM through Tor only" then ...


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Tails uses the Debian Linux kernel which runs USB at the correct speed. That means that you can expect significantly faster speeds with USB 3 than USB 2. The only caveat is that you have a machine with USB 3 ports and also USB 3 storage. If either is USB 2, then expect USB 2 speeds. This is the same on any modern operating system and has nothing to do with ...


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