(CC'ing dle for templates review) Quoting Felix Zielcke (email@example.com): > Index: debian/grub-installer.templates > =================================================================== > --- debian/grub-installer.templates (revision 60631) > +++ debian/grub-installer.templates (working copy) > @@ -87,6 +87,32 @@ _Description: Device for boot loader ins > your third drive (SCSI here); > - "(fd0)" or "/dev/fd0" will install GRUB to a floppy. > > +Template: grub-installer/superuser > +Type: string > +# :sl2: > +_Description: GRUB superuser: > + The GRUB boot loader offers many powerful interactive features, which could > + be used to compromise your system if unauthorized users have access to the > + machine when it is starting up. To defend against this, you may choose a > + username and password which will be required before editing menu entries or > + entering the GRUB command-line interface. By default, any user will still be > + able to start any menu entry without entering a username and password. > + . > + If you do not wish to set a GRUB username, leave this field blank. > + "s/your system/the system" maybe s/starting up/booting up" I'm not sure about "To defend against this" "username" or "user name"? > +Template: grub-installer/grub2-password > +Type: password > +# :sl2: > +_Description: GRUB password: > + Please enter the password you want to use for GRUB 2. I'd suggest something else than "you want to use". Maybe "Please enter the GRUB 2 password." We need to choose between "GRUB 2" and "GRUB". Probably drop the "2". After all, this might be used in an hypothetical GRUB3, right? :-) Another option is somethign similar to the root password prompt: _Description: GRUB password: You need to set a password for GRUB. A malicious or unqualified user with GRUB access can have disastrous results, so you should take care to choose a GRUB password that is not easy to guess. It should not be a word found in dictionaries, or a word that could be easily associated with you. (that will help translators as fuzzy matching will prefill translations) > + > +Template: grub-installer/empty-password > +Type: error > +# :sl2: > +_Description: Empty password > + You have given a username but no password. If you don't want authorization > + please don't specify an username, else you have to give a password. > + You may want to use the same wording than the similar template in user-setup: _Description: Empty password You entered an empty password, which is not allowed. Please choose a non-empty password.
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