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added v0.3.4.1 packages

fixed english language strings (suggested by kinneko)
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lars 15 years ago
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  1. 3
      changelog
  2. 5
      conf-examples/cryptobox.conf
  3. 2
      plugins/plugin_manager/language.hdf
  4. 2
      plugins/volume_format_fs/language.hdf
  5. 1
      stuff/language_specification.txt

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changelog

@ -1,3 +1,6 @@
Version 0.3.4.1 - 02/27/02007
* added: Japanese translation provided by kinneko
Version 0.3.4 - 02/19/02007
* fixed: unclean uid handling in server wrapper (Closes: #139)
* added: support for partitioning of raid devices

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conf-examples/cryptobox.conf

@ -69,9 +69,8 @@ Stylesheet = cryptobox-misc/cryptobox.css
# the first language is the default
# all other languages serve as fallbacks for an incomplete translation
# available languages: cs, da, de, en, es, fi, fr, hu, it, ja, nl, pl, pt, ru, sl, sv, ur
# well supported languages: en, de
# partly translated: sl
Languages = en, de, sl
# well supported languages: de, en, ja, sl
Languages = en, de, ja, sl
[Programs]

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plugins/plugin_manager/language.hdf

@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ Text {
Help {
PluginManager = All features of the CryptoBox are provided by plugins. This makes it possible to extend the CryptoBox easily. Here you may disable some of the available plugins to prevent unwanted user actions. Alternatively you can demand administrative privileges (see 'User manager') to protect dangerous actions from random access. The rightmost column 'order' can be used to change the order of appearance of the plugins. Don't forget to save the settings.
VolumePlugins = Volume plugins are used for configuration, activation and generall handling of volumes. 'Register' is the tab-based main interface for volume management which appears if you click on a volume. 'Preferences' is one of these tabs can be be filled with volume plugins to reduce the tabs in the volumes interface.
VolumePlugins = Volume plugins are used for configuration, activation and general handling of volumes. 'Register' is the tab-based main interface for volume management which appears if you click on a volume. 'Preferences' is one of these tabs can be be filled with volume plugins to reduce the tabs in the volumes interface.
SystemPlugins = System plugins can change various aspects of the CryptoBox. They may be listed in the main navigation bar (the leftmost part of every page) and/or in the 'System preferences' container. You should never disable the 'Plugin manager'.
}

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plugins/volume_format_fs/language.hdf

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ Text {
Help {
Format = Usually you will only have to format a volume if you want to turn encryption on or off. Be aware, that you will erase all data from this volume.
LuksFormat = In the last step you have choosen encryption for this volume. Now you have to enter a corresponding password.
LuksFormat = In the last step you have chosen encryption for this volume. Now you have to enter a corresponding password.
Filesystem = Use a filesystem of your choice. The linux filesystem (ext3) should be a good choice. The windows filesystem (Fat32) is only useful, if you plan to connect your harddisk directly to a computer running the windows operating system.
Encryption = Enable encryption if you want to keep your data private. You have to enter the password to open an encrypted container. Be aware that your encrypted data is accessible for your local network. Close it, whenever you do not need it anymore.
Password = Please choose a very good password consisting of letters, digits and special characters. There is no minimal length required, but you should not use less than ten characters. Twenty or more are recommended.

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stuff/language_specification.txt

@ -30,4 +30,5 @@ Attributes:
- svn revert plugins/*/intl/NEW_LANG_CODE/*.mo intl/NEW_LANG_CODE/*.mo
- svn propset svn:ignore "*.mo" plugins/*/intl/NEW_LANG_CODE intl/NEW_LANG_CODE
- add it to /etc/pootle/pootle.prefs in the translation pootle server
- add it to conf-examples/cryptobox.conf

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