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Hi, debian translators,

Related to Jens' message[1], please advice on the English wording of the
following templates I am about to introduce for
firebird2-{super,classic}-server packages. There are three templates,
first displayed on new installs, second and third - on upgrades (using
low priority). The .config script will detect new
installs/upgrades/reconfigures and either display only the first one, or
only the second and the third.

Versions up to 1.5.3.4780-11 used a "read" shell function to read the
password and did not include the explanations.

Thanks in advance for your advice,
	dam
[1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-i18n/2006/12/msg00013.html

========= new installs, normal priority =========
Template: firebird2/sysdba_password
Type: password
_Description: Password for SYSDBA:
 Firebird has a special user, named SYSDBA, which is the user that has
 access to all databases. SYSDBA can also create new databases and
 users. Because of this, it is necessary to secure SYSDBA user using a
 password.
 .
 The password is stored in /etc/firebird2/SYSDBA.password (readable only
 by root). You may modify it there (don't forget to update also the
 security database using gsec utility), or you may use dpkg-reconfigure
 to update both.
 .
 If you don't enter a password, a random one will be used (and stored
 in SYSDBA.password).
========= low priority note on upgrades from pre-12 package ==========
Template: firebird2/new_sysdba_password_note
Type: note
_Description: Password for SYSDBA is handled via debconf
 Since version 1.5.3.4780-12 firebird server packages use debconf to
 manage SYSDBA password.
 .
 The password is stored in /etc/firebird2/SYSDBA.password (readable only
 by root) as before. You may modify it there (don't forget to update
 also the security database (using gsec utility), or you may use
 dpkg-reconfigure to update both.
======== -12 and up re-configures or upgrades, low priority =======
Template: firebird2/new_sysdba_password
Type: password
_Description: Password for SYSDBA:
 Please enter new password for firebird's SYSDBA user.
 .
 The password is stored in /etc/firebird2/SYSDBA.password (readable only
 by root). You may modify it there (don't forget to update also the
 security database (using gsec utility), or you may use dpkg-reconfigure
 to update both.
 .
 To keep your existing password, leave this blank.
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Damyan Ivanov                           Modular Software Systems
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