Thanks to Nicolas and James for their review, end Thomas for his comments. I also forgot to mention that I tried to collect all comments from the initial call for review by Thomas, but I may have missed some. So, Dominic and MJ, as you reviewed the initial file, I suggest you have a look at this one. As Nicolas says, we have to be careful about en_FR here, given that both the maintainer and the reviewer(s) are located on the wrong side of the Channel.
Template: dtc/conf_mysqlhost Type: string Default: localhost _Description: MySQL hostname: Please enter the hostname or IP address of the MySQL server. Template: dtc/conf_mysqllogin Type: string Default: root _Description: MySQL administrator: Please enter the login name of a MySQL user with administrative privileges. DTC will use it to to grant privileges for the tables to its users. Template: dtc/conf_mysqlpass Type: password _Description: MySQL administrator password: Please enter the password of the MySQL administrator. Template: dtc/conf_mysqldb Type: string Default: dtc _Description: DTC database name: All DTC hosting information is stored in a database. Template: dtc/conf_mysql_change_root Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Change MySQL root password? By default, the mysql-server package does not enforce a password for the MySQL root user. This can be changed during the configuration of the DTC package. Template: dtc/main_domainname Type: string Default: example.com _Description: Domain name: Please enter the first domain which you want DTC to administrate. This domain name will be used to install the root admin and customer web control panel of DTC (under one of this domain's subdomains). Template: dtc/dtc_adminsubdomain Type: string Default: dtc _Description: DTC root panel subdomain: Please enter the subdomain to be used by the DTC control panel. Template: dtc/conf_ipaddr Type: string Default: 192.168.0.2 _Description: Primary IP address: Please enter this host's primary IP address. This IP will be used for the domain name you just provided, and will be used as the default for most DTC variables. If you're using NAT, please enter your external IP address. Template: dtc/conf_hostingpath Type: string Default: /var/www/sites _Description: Path for hosted domains: Please enter the directory to be used by DTC to store files for all hosted domains. . The default Apache installation defines /var/www as document root. This should be removed from the httpd.conf file manually when another directory is chosen as DTC's hosting area. Template: dtc/conf_chroot_path Type: string Default: /var/lib/dtc/chroot_template _Description: Path for the chroot environment: Please enter the directory to be used by DTC to build the cgi-bin chroot environment template. Template: dtc/conf_admlogin Type: string Default: dtc _Description: Main domain admin name: Each DTC domain must have an administrator. Please enter the login name of the administator for the domain name holding the control panel installation. Template: dtc/conf_admpass Type: password _Description: Main domain admin password: Please choose the main domain administrator's password. Access to the control panel must be managed manually through an .htpasswd file in the root path. Template: dtc/conf_mta_type Type: select Choices: postfix, qmail _Description: Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) type: Please select the type of the MTA that will be used with DTC. It should be already installed on the system. If no such MTA is actually installed, please complete the setup of DTC, install a MTA package, then run "dpkg-reconfigure dtc". Template: dtc/conf_use_cyrus Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Use Cyrus mail system? Please choose this option if you are using Cyrus for mail delivery, imap and MTA. This option is only compatible with Postfix. Template: dtc/conf_apache_version Type: select Choices: 2, 1 _Description: Apache version to configure: DTC supports both Apache and Apache2. Please enter which version should be used by DTC. Template: dtc/conf_use_nated_vhosts Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Use "NATed" vhosts? DTC can generate configuration files for Apache to have it use an IP address of your server. In case the server is firewalled with NAT and port redirections of public IP(s) address(es), you can request for the generation of "NATed" vhosts. . Do not choose this option if the server is directly connected to the Internet, except when using dynamic IP addresses. In such case, NAT and port forwarding are mandatory for DTC. Template: dtc/conf_nated_vhosts_ip Type: string Default: 192.168.0.2 _Description: NATed LAN IP address: Please enter the IP address of the server for DTC to generate all vhosts that will be used by Apache. Template: dtc/conf_gen_ssl_cert Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Generate an OpenSSL certificate for DTC? If you choose this option, DTC will generate a self signed OpenSSL certificate and will use SSL to browse the panel. SSL will also be activated and the generated Apache configuration will activate HTTPS URLs for the control panel. . This certificate can later be changed for a root CA certificate. . Previously generated certificates will never be overwritten. To regenerate the certificate, you need to remove all the files in /usr/share/dtc/etc/ssl. Template: dtc/conf_cert_passphrase Type: password _Description: DTC certificate passphrase: Please choose a passphrase to protect the generated SSL certificate. Template: dtc/conf_cert_countrycode Type: string Default: FR _Description: Country code for the DTC SSL certificate: Please enter the 2-letter country code for the generated certificate. This should usually be the code for the country the server is located in. Template: dtc/conf_cert_locality Type: string Default: Paris _Description: City name for the DTC SSL certificate: Template: dtc/conf_cert_organization Type: string Default: GPLHost _Description: Organization name for the DTC SSL certificate: Template: dtc/conf_cert_unit Type: string Default: no-unit _Description: Organization unit for the DTC SSL: Template: dtc/conf_cert_email Type: string _Description: Email address for the DTC SSL certificate: Template: dtc/conf_cert_challenge_pass Type: password _Description: DTC SSL certificate challenge password: Template: dtc/conf_upgrade_pear Type: boolean Default: true _Description: Update PEAR installation? DTC can check the PEAR installation during its own installation process. This requires your server to be connected to the network. If you can't do so here, please check whether the Crypt_CBC and Auth_SASL PEAR modules are. The relevant files are located in /usr/share/php. Template: dtc/conf_dnsbl_list Type: string Default: sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org,list.dsbl.org,relays.ordb.org _Description: DNSBL (DNS BlackList) list: Please enter the list of preferred DNSBL servers to add to your Postfix mail server configuration. Template: dtc/conf_eth2monitor Type: string _Description: Network devices to monitor: Please enter all the network devices you wish to be monitored by the RRDTool graphing utility. Template: dtc/conf_report_setup_stat Type: boolean Default: true _Description: Allow to report anonymous statistics to GPLHost? DTC installations can be reported to GPLHost web site. The only collected data are the operating system name (Debian) and the IP address (used as a unique identifier only). An Internet connection and the wget binary are mandatory for statistics collection.. Template: dtc/conf_omit_dev_mknod Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Skip mknod calls when building the chroot template? In some environments, such as Linux vServer, mknod cannot be executed. This option allows skipping the creation of the null, random and urandom devices during the chroot template creation.
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