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Bug#404934: marked as done (installation-guide)



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and subject line Bug#404934: installation-guide
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Package: installation-guide
Version:
Severity: wishlist
Tags: l10n, patch

While updating my translation of the installation-guide, I have encountered the following typos, which I thought you might like to fix before the next release.
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random-bits.po
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po:149
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 As mentioned earlier, the installed system will be very basic. If you would
like to make the system a bit more mature, there is an easy method to
packages of <quote>standard</quote> priority: <informalexample><screen>\n
# tasksel install standard\n
</screen></informalexample> Of course, you can also just use
<command>aptitude</command> to install packages individually.

- there is an easy method to packages of <quote>standard</quote> priority
+ it's easy to install all the <quote>standard</quote> priority packages


using-d-i.po
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po:138
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 If you select some free space, you will have the opportunity to create a new
partition. You will have to answer a quick series of questions about its
size, type (primary or logical), and location (beginning or end of the free space). After this, you will be presented with a detailed overview of your new partition. The main setting is <guimenuitem>Use as:</ guimenuitem>, which determines if the partition will have a file system on it, or be used for swap, software RAID, LVM, an encrypted file system, or not be used at all. Other settings include mountpoint, mount options, and bootable flag; which settings are shown depends on how the partition is to be used. If you don't like the preselected defaults, feel free to change them to your liking. E.g. by selecting the option <guimenuitem>Use as:</guimenuitem>, you can choose
different filesystem for this partition including options to use the
partition for swap, software RAID, LVM, or not use it at all. Another nice
feature is the ability to copy data from an existing partition onto this
one. When you are satisfied with your new partition, select
<guimenuitem>Done setting up the partition</guimenuitem> and you will return
to <command>partman</command>'s main screen.

- you can choose different filesystem for this partition including options to use the
partition for swap, software RAID, LVM, or not use it at all.
+ you can choose a different filesystem for this partition, including options to use the partition for swap, software RAID, LVM, or not use it at all.

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I hope this is useful.

Clytie Siddall (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nhóm Việt hóa phần mềm tự do)

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> While updating my translation of the installation-guide, I have
> encountered the following typos, which I thought you might like to
> fix before the next release.

Done as well.

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