1. 11 Jul, 2019 2 commits
  2. 29 Nov, 2018 1 commit
    • intrigeri's avatar
      Update incremental upgrades design doc to mention USB images (refs: #15999) · 607519fa
      intrigeri authored
      For now at least, the full upgrade target file will remain the ISO image.
      If our Upgrader ever supports full upgrades, this might need to be adjusted.
      Let's not spend more time on it now because that's unlikely to happen:
      
       - Our plans for changing our upgrade process are rather leaning towards
         dropping our own installer.
       - Even if we do implement full upgrade support in Tails Upgrader,
         chances are that it'll be easier to use an ISO than a USB image
         as input.
      607519fa
  3. 27 Nov, 2018 1 commit
    • intrigeri's avatar
      Update incremental upgrades design doc to mention USB images (refs: #15999) · 2d7cf8ac
      intrigeri authored
      For now at least, the full upgrade target file will remain the ISO image.
      If our Upgrader ever supports full upgrades, this might need to be adjusted.
      Let's not spend more time on it now because that's unlikely to happen:
      
       - Our plans for changing our upgrade process are rather leaning towards
         dropping our own installer.
       - Even if we do implement full upgrade support in Tails Upgrader,
         chances are that it'll be easier to use an ISO than a USB image
         as input.
      2d7cf8ac
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    • Tails developers's avatar
      Don't allow the desktop user to pass arguments to tails-upgrade-frontend (Closes: #7410) · df1f92f0
      Tails developers authored
      ... and accordingly update the design document and manual test suite steps.
      
      The tails-upgrade-frontend program is run as the tails-upgrade-frontend user,
      that is basically equivalent to root. Some of the available
      tails-upgrade-frontend options might be dangerous. I've looked at it quickly and
      didn't find anything scary, but still, it's simply not worth taking the risk of
      privilege escalation, persistent root kit implementation, and so on.
      
      Strictly speaking, this change does not really belong to
      bugfix/7345-upgrade-from-iso-from-1.0-to-1.1, and could have been implemented
      separately. However, this branch introduces running as root a syslinux binary
      taken from the installed IUK, so it raised the flag that made me want to lock
      this down a bit more.
      df1f92f0
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