replace "CryptoBox" with "CryptoNAS" in template files

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lars 2008-04-07 02:20:29 +00:00
parent b9a89f4480
commit e165d97819
12 changed files with 32 additions and 32 deletions

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@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Text.Months {
12 = December
}
Help.ChangeDate = Change the time and date for the CryptoBox server.
Help.ChangeDate = Change the time and date for the CryptoNAS server.
SuccessMessage {
DateChanged {
@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ WarningMessage {
EnvironmentWarning {
MissingProgramDate {
Title = Missing program
Text = The program 'date' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox server to configure it properly.
Text = The program 'date' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS server to configure it properly.
}
}

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@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ Active = Active disks
Help.Active = The volumes shown here are currently activated.
Legend = Icon legend
Help.Legend = Here you see all used disk icons and next to each its correlating meaning. Just to make sure: "unencrypted" means that anyone who get's this disk in his/her fingers will be able to read all data stored on it! The options "activated" and "deactivated" are describing the status of the disk inside the CryptoBox and so in your network. If a disk is "activated" its content is available in your network. So if you "activated" an "encrypted" disk, you can access its data in your network. This is symbolized by an opened lock icon.
Help.Legend = Here you see all used disk icons and next to each its correlating meaning. Just to make sure: "unencrypted" means that anyone who get's this disk in his/her fingers will be able to read all data stored on it! The options "activated" and "deactivated" are describing the status of the disk inside the CryptoNAS and so in your network. If a disk is "activated" its content is available in your network. So if you "activated" an "encrypted" disk, you can access its data in your network. This is symbolized by an opened lock icon.

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@ -15,12 +15,12 @@ EnvironmentWarning {
MissingModuleM2Crypto {
Title = Missing module
Text = The python module 'M2Crypto' is missing. It is required for an encrypted connection to the CryptoBox webinterface. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox server to install the module.
Text = The python module 'M2Crypto' is missing. It is required for an encrypted connection to the CryptoNAS webinterface. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS server to install the module.
}
MissingProgramStunnel {
Title = Missing program
Text = The program 'stunnel4' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox server to configure it properly.
Text = The program 'stunnel4' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS server to configure it properly.
}
}

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@ -18,14 +18,14 @@ Text {
}
}
Help.EventLog = Here you can see the event log of the CryptoBox. Every message belongs to one of the following groups: information/warning/error as represented by the symbol in the leftmost column. You may choose to see all or only some selected messages. If you encounter any problems with the CryptoBox then you should send the most recent warnings and errors besides a detailed description to info@cryptobox.org.
Help.EventLog = Here you can see the event log of the CryptoNAS. Every message belongs to one of the following groups: information/warning/error as represented by the symbol in the leftmost column. You may choose to see all or only some selected messages. If you encounter any problems with the CryptoNAS then you should send the most recent warnings and errors besides a detailed description to info@cryptobox.org.
AdviceMessage {
EmptyLog.Text = There are no messages available.
NoLogFileConfigured {
Title = No log file configured
Text = The CryptoBox is not configured to log events to a file. Thus it is not possible to review log events.
Text = The CryptoNAS is not configured to log events to a file. Thus it is not possible to review log events.
}
}

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@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Link = Network
Title = Network settings
Title {
IP = CryptoBox server IP
IP = CryptoNAS server IP
GW = Gateway address
DHCP = DHCP network configuration
}
@ -23,20 +23,20 @@ Button {
}
Help {
Network = Insert the network address of the CryptoBox server, the network mask and the default gateway. Be aware that you may lose your connection to the server under some circumstances. The actual values are visible in the form fields.
Network = Insert the network address of the CryptoNAS server, the network mask and the default gateway. Be aware that you may lose your connection to the server under some circumstances. The actual values are visible in the form fields.
Gateway = If you have a gateway in your LAN and want to make use of it, type it's address in here. It will be added as default route. A quadruple of zeros means, there is no gateway set.
DHCP = If you enable automatic network configuration make sure you have a well configured DHCP server running. All former network settings will be overridden by the settings from the DHCP server. Remember you need to know which network address the CryptoBox will recieve, otherwise you won't know where to connect to. If you don't know what DHCP means leave this box unchecked.
DHCP = If you enable automatic network configuration make sure you have a well configured DHCP server running. All former network settings will be overridden by the settings from the DHCP server. Remember you need to know which network address the CryptoNAS will recieve, otherwise you won't know where to connect to. If you don't know what DHCP means leave this box unchecked.
}
WarningMessage {
AddressChangeFailed {
Title = Failure
Text = The address of the CryptoBox server could not be changed.
Text = The address of the CryptoNAS server could not be changed.
}
GatewayChangeFailed {
Title = Failure
Text = The gateway of the CryptoBox server could not be set. Maybe the address you entered is unreachable?
Text = The gateway of the CryptoNAS server could not be set. Maybe the address you entered is unreachable?
}
InvalidServerIP {
@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ WarningMessage {
}
DHCPNotFound {
Title = DHCP program missing
Text = The 'dhclient' program is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox server to install it.
Text = The 'dhclient' program is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS server to install it.
}
}
@ -86,11 +86,11 @@ SuccessMessage {
EnvironmentWarning {
MissingProgramIfconfig {
Title = Missing program
Text = The 'ifconfig' program is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox server to install it.
Text = The 'ifconfig' program is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS server to install it.
}
MissingProgramRoute {
Title = Missing program
Text = The 'route' program is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox server to install it.
Text = The 'route' program is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS server to install it.
}
}

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@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ Help {
Partitioning = You can split every disk into one ore more parts, which are called 'partitions'. This is useful if you want to separate your data or if you want to encrypt only a part of your disk.
SelectDevice = Choose one of the disks given in the list. Be aware that you lose all data on the partitions of this disk.
PartMode = You may choose between 'automatic' and 'manual' partitioning. Automatic partitioning creates only one partition for the whole disk. With manual partition you can split the disk into multiple parts of different size.
ConfigPartition = This CryptoBox is configured to store its runtime settings on a separate disk partition. It will be created automatically if necessary. This reduces the available size of the disk by 5 megabyte.
ConfigPartition = This CryptoNAS is configured to store its runtime settings on a separate disk partition. It will be created automatically if necessary. This reduces the available size of the disk by 5 megabyte.
RemoveExistingContainers = Whenever you change the partition table of a disk, you will loose all volumes that were previously defined inside of it.
PartitionList = Choose the size for a new partition and add it to the list by clicking on 'Add partition'. Nothing will get written to your disk until you click on 'Write new partition table' below. Be very careful: you will erase all data on this disk.
}
@ -60,17 +60,17 @@ EnvironmentWarning {
MissingProgramSfdisk {
Title = Missing program
Text = The program 'sfdisk' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox to configure it properly.
Text = The program 'sfdisk' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS to configure it properly.
}
MissingProgramMkfs {
Title = Missing program
Text = The program 'mkfs' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox to configure it properly.
Text = The program 'mkfs' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS to configure it properly.
}
MissingProgramE2label {
Title = Missing program
Text = The program 'e2label' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox to configure it properly.
Text = The program 'e2label' is not installed. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS to configure it properly.
}
}

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@ -25,8 +25,8 @@ 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.
PluginManager = All features of the CryptoNAS are provided by plugins. This makes it possible to extend the CryptoNAS 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 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'.
SystemPlugins = System plugins can change various aspects of the CryptoNAS. 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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@ -3,15 +3,15 @@ Link = Shutdown
Title = Shutdown computer
Title {
ProgressShutdown = The CryptoBox is shutting down
ProgressReboot = The CryptoBox is rebooting
ProgressShutdown = The CryptoNAS is shutting down
ProgressReboot = The CryptoNAS is rebooting
}
Button.Shutdown = Poweroff
Button.Reboot = Reboot
Help.Shutdown = You can poweroff or reboot the CryptoBox server. You should close all open files before.
Help.Shutdown = You can poweroff or reboot the CryptoNAS server. You should close all open files before.
SuccessMessage {

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@ -2,6 +2,6 @@ Name = System preferences
Link = Preferences
Title = Preferences
Title.Prefs = Configure your CryptoBox
Title.Prefs = Configure your CryptoNAS
Help.Prefs = All values you can configure here are either stored directly on your server or on a disk with config partition. Keep this in mind if you recognize a confused behaving CryptoNAS. E.g. if the settings are stored on an external disk and you changed the network address, you have to connect the external disk during boot, otherwise the network settings won't be applied.

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@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Text {
Help {
UserManagement = Some settings and actions of the CryptoBox are restricted to authenticated users. Common actions like opening and closing of volumes are usually possible without administrative permissions. Be careful when adding new users as they will have control over all features of the CryptoBox including partitioning, formatting and user management.
UserManagement = Some settings and actions of the CryptoNAS are restricted to authenticated users. Common actions like opening and closing of volumes are usually possible without administrative permissions. Be careful when adding new users as they will have control over all features of the CryptoNAS including partitioning, formatting and user management.
AddUser = Add a new administrative user and define its password by entering it twice.
ChangePassword = Choose a user of the following list and enter the new password twice.
DelUser = Remove an administrative user. The user 'admin' is reserved and can not be removed.

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@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Title {
}
Help.AutoMount = You may enable automatic activation for any non-encrypted volume. It will get opened automatically when you turn on the CryptoBox server.
Help.AutoMount = You may enable automatic activation for any non-encrypted volume. It will get opened automatically when you turn on the CryptoNAS server.
Button {

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@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
Title {
Top = The CryptoBox
Top = The CryptoNAS
Slogan = Privacy for the rest of us.
Volume = Volume
AccessDenied = Access denied
@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ Text {
EnterSamePassword = Repeat new password
RedirectNote = Click here if your browser does not support automatic redirection.
ProjectHomePage = Website of project
ProjectNote = The CryptoBox is a project of
ProjectNote = The CryptoNAS is a project of
ContainerName = Volume's name
}
@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ WarningMessage {
InvalidAction {
Title = Invalid request
Text = Sorry - I do not know how to handle this request. If you think, that this is a bug, then you should send the most recent part of the CryptoBox log to info@cryptobox.org.
Text = Sorry - I do not know how to handle this request. If you think, that this is a bug, then you should send the most recent part of the CryptoNAS log to info@cryptobox.org.
Link.Text = View log
Link.Rel = logs
Link.Attr1.name = lines
@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ WarningMessage {
RuntimeError {
Title = Something weird happened
Text = We (the developer of the CryptoBox) would like to fix this problem for you and others. Please send the most recent part of the CryptoBox log to info@cryptobox.org. Thanks for your contribution!
Text = We (the developer of the CryptoNAS) would like to fix this problem for you and others. Please send the most recent part of the CryptoNAS log to info@cryptobox.org. Thanks for your contribution!
Link.Text = View log
Link.Rel = logs
Link.Attr1.name = level
@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ WarningMessage {
DeviceNotWriteable {
Title = No write permissions
Text = Sorry - the CryptoBox is not allowed to write on this device. Anyway it is still possible, that you can open it and change its content. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoBox in case you believe, that this is a mistake.
Text = Sorry - the CryptoNAS is not allowed to write on this device. Anyway it is still possible, that you can open it and change its content. Please ask the administrator of the CryptoNAS in case you believe, that this is a mistake.
}
}