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In BIOS or UEFI setup enable boot from CDROM/DVD or USB.
Attach the USB device or insert CD/DVD and reboot.
Probably you need to press some key during reboot for the boot menu. Choose the device containing Disklessian.
Connect to the internet using either WiFi or cable.
Note: Some (most ?) WiFi devices need binary firmware files to work. For some WiFi devices these files are only available if ALLOWNONFREE was enabled while building the Disklessian image.
You can start the web browser from the application menu.
Probably you are asked to create or connect to a Firefox account. Close these tabs.
Directly proceed to the banking web application provided by our
Make sure to enter the URL in the URL field in the top of the browser window, not in a search engine text field.
Do not use the web browser for general internet surfing before, while or after doing online banking.
After finishing online banking, shut down or reboot the computer.
Disklessian attempts to provide a secure environment for online banking.
Users should have some general experience in using a computer. Linux experience may be helpful, but is not required.
I want to keep the archive contents as small as possible so users can inspect/review all contents before using the scripts to build the live system.
Use the menu item in the application menu or the globe button in the Xfce bar on the screen bottom.
Attach the stick. An icon is shown on the desktop. A double-click on the icon opens a file manager.
Users with Linux experience: Unmount the stick using the desktop icons context menu, as root use the udisks command to detach the stick, remove the stick.
Users without Linux experience: Do not remove the stick until the computer was shut down and powered off.
Click on "Debian Live user" in the upper right corner. From the menu choose "Shutdown" or "Reboot".