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Bug#220180: cdrom-detect: Debconf templates polishing

OK, here are my edits:

>  Template: cdrom-detect/manual_config
> +_Description: Manually select the CD-ROM module and device?
                                 ^^^ use 'a' instead of 'the'.
> + No common CD-ROM reader was detected. 
> + .
> + Your CD-ROM reader may be an old Mitsumi or another non-IDE, non-SCSI
> + CD-ROM reader. In that case you may choose which module to load and
                                    ^^^ should
> + which device to use. If you don't know what module and device are
    ^^^^^ the                              ^^^^ which
> + needed, look for some documentation or try a network installation
                                 (insert) performing
> + instead of a CD-ROM installation.

>  Template: cdrom-detect/is_cd_inserted
> +_Description: Perform manual CD-ROM configuration?
> + Your installation CD-ROM couldn't be mounted. 
> + .
> + That probably means that the CD-ROM is not yet inserted. If that's the case,
    ^^^^ This                           ^^ has    ^ (insert) been   ^^ is
> + just insert it and don't perform the manual configuration. The CD-ROM mount
> + will be re-tried. 
> + .
> + If your CD-ROM was already in the drive, some other problem happened. You
                   ^^^ is                               occured ^^^^^^^^
> + should then try the manual CD-ROM configuration.
           ^^^^ (delete)

>  Template: cdrom-detect/cdrom_module
> +_Description: Module needed for accessing the CD-ROM:
> + The automatic detection didn't find any CD-ROM reader. You can try to
                                        ^^^ a      ^^^^^^ drive
> + load a specific module if you have a specific CD-ROM reader (that is
                                         ^^^^^^^^ unusual^^^^^^ drive
>   neither IDE nor SCSI).

>  Template: cdrom-detect/cdrom_device
> +_Description: Device file for accessing the CD-ROM:
> + In order to get access to your CD-ROM reader, please enter which device file
                ^^^(delete)^^             the device file that ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> + should be used. Non-standard CD-ROM readers use non-standard device
> + files (such as /dev/mcdx).
>   .
>   You may switch to the shell on the second terminal (ALT+F2) to check the
> + available devices in /dev with "ls /dev". You can come back to this screen
                                                      ^^^^^^^^^ return
> + with ALT+F1.
    ^^^^ by pressing

>  Template: cdrom-detect/success
> +_Description: CD-ROM detected
> + The CD-ROM autodetection was successful. A CD-ROM reader has been found. It
> + currently contains this CD: ${cdname}. The installation process may continue.
The CD-ROM autodetection was successful.  A CD-ROM drive has been found
and it currently contains the CD '${cdname}'.  The installation will now

>  Template: cdrom-detect/no-cd
> +_Description: No CD detected
> + Please check that a CD has been inserted in the CD-ROM reader.
                                             ^^ into       ^^^^^^ drive

>  Template: cdrom-detect/wrong-cd
> +_Description: Non-Debian CD-ROM detected
> + A CDROM has been detected, but it isn't a Debian CD.
The CD-ROM drive contains a non-debian CD.
> + .
>   Please make sure that the correct CD is inserted.
Please insert a Debian CD to continue with the installation.

>  Template: cdrom-detect/skip_autodetection
> +_Description: Skip CD-ROM automatic detection?
> + You should skip the CD-ROM automatic detection only if it is causing trouble.
If the CD-ROM automatic detection causes trouble, you may skip this step.
> + If you skip it, a manual intervention will be required to mount the
However, you will need to manually mount the
> + CD-ROM on /cdrom before you can proceed.

>  Template: mirror/distribution
> +_Description: Distribution branch to install:
Debian distribution to install:
> + Please select which of the Debian distribution branches you want to install:
                  ^^^^^^^^ (delete)       (delete) ^^^^^^^^     ^^^^ wish
>   .
> +  - woody is the current stable release of Debian;
> +  - sarge is the "testing" unreleased version of Debian;
> +  - sid is "unstable" and will never be released.
These descriptions will need to be re-written for the release of sarge,
no?  Also, shouldn't sarge be the first on the list?  The list doesn't
have to (shouldn't) be in chronological order.  How about this:

  - sarge is the current stable distribution of Debian (3.X)
  - sid is the "unstable" distribution and will never be released
  - woody is the previous stable distribution of Debian (3.0)

Hope this helps!

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