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MLDonkey: proof reading my english template



Hello,

I am the debian maintainer of mldonkey. One of my user has suggested
that i should send my debconf templates to you, in order to have a
better english style.

My english is pretty poor, and this user (German) has already corrected
some mistakes.

Could anyone read my template and confirm that it is enough
good for a release ?

Thanks in advance
Regard
Sylvain Le Gall

ps: please CC me, i am not subscribed to the list.
Template: mldonkey-server/config_exist_no_options
Type: note
_Description: Warning
 A configuration for MLDonkey has been detected, but
 the mldonkey_options executable cannot be found. Therefore,
 the settings from the current MLDonkey configuration cannot
 be fetched.
 .
 This is a typical error, if you have uninstalled the mldonkey-server
 package and later reinstall it.
 .
 Ignore this message in case you think there is nothing to be
 saved from your current configuration.
 .
 Your configuration will be saved to downloads.ini.dpkg.

Template: mldonkey-server/config_exist_no_dir
Type: note
_Description: Warning
 A former installation of mldonkey-server has been detected, but
 we cannot find the directory coming with it.
 .
 The installation will create a fresh directory with new .ini
 configuration files.
 .
 Afterwards you can copy your old .ini configuration files to this new
 directory and re-run "dpkg-reconfigure mldonkey-server" to update
 the remaining debconf values stored in /etc/default/mldonkey-server.

Template: mldonkey-server/fasttrack_problem
Type: note
_Description: Bug #200500
 Previous versions of mldonkey-server suffer from a serious DFSG policy
 violation.
 .
 The plugin for the fasttrack protocol (e.g. used by kazaa) of
 mldonkey-server was made with illegal coding practice. This version
 fixes the problem by removing this plugin from the MLDonkey package.
 Any fasttrack sources will be filtered out of your files.ini.
 .
 Your entire fasttrack upload will disappear with the next restart of the
 mldonkey server.
 .
 See /usr/share/doc/mldonkey-server/README.Debian for more information.

Template: mldonkey-server/launch_at_startup
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Launch at startup?
 Do you want to launch MLDonkey as a system service?
 .
 If you choose yes, each time your machine starts, the MLDonkey server will be
 started.
 .
 If you choose no, you will need to launch MLDonkey yourself each time you want to
 use it.

Template: mldonkey-server/run_as_user
Type: string
Default: mldonkey
_Description: MLDonkey user:
 Define the user who will run the MLDonkey server process.
 .
 Please do not choose a real user. For security reasons it is
 better if this user does not own any other data than the
 MLDonkey share.
 .
 You will use this user account to share and get data from the
 peer-to-peer networks.
 .
 This user will be a system user (if created). You won't be able
 to login into your system with this user name.

Template: mldonkey-server/mldonkey_group
Type: string
Default: mldonkey
_Description: MLDonkey group:
 Define the group which will run the MLDonkey server process.
 .
 Please do not choose a real group. For security reasons it is
 better if this group does not own any other data than the MLDonkey share.
 .
 Users of this group can start and stop the MLDonkey server and
 can also access the files fetched from the peer-to-peer networks.

Template: mldonkey-server/reown_file
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Move old files?
 You have changed the MLDonkey user. You can change the ownership of
 your files to the new user.
 .
 Proceed changes?
 .
 PS: the former user won't be deleted from /etc/passwd, you will
 have to do it yourself later (e.g. with deluser(8)), or you keep it
 along with the old configuration.

Template: mldonkey-server/mldonkey_dir
Type: string
Default: /var/lib/mldonkey
_Description: MLDonkey directory:
 Define the directory to which the MLDonkey server will be chdired and chrooted.
 .
 The .ini configuration files, incoming and shared directories will be in this directory.
 .
 Chroot support is not complete. For now, chroot is not possible, but it
 may be enabled in the near future.

Template: mldonkey-server/mldonkey_move
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Move the old configuration?
 You have changed the mldonkey directory. You can move the old files
 to this new directory.
 .
 If you choose no, the old directory won't be deleted. You will have to
 do it yourself.
 .
 Proceed changes?

Template: mldonkey-server/mldonkey_umask
Type: string
Default: 0022
_Description: Umask of MLDonkey:
 Since MLDonkey will run as a system user, it is not easy to move/delete
 files from the incoming dir. By setting a umask, you can provide access to these
 files for MLDonkey's group or all users.
 .
 Examples: 0002 will give rw access to MLDonkey's group, 0000 will give
 access to all users.

Template: mldonkey-server/mldonkey_niceness
Type: string
_Description: Niceness of MLDonkey:
 MLDonkey uses heavy calculation from time to time (like hashing very big
 files). It should be a good idea to set a very kind level of niceness,
 depending on what ressources you want to give to MLDonkey.
 .
 You can set values from -20 to 20. The bigger the niceness, the lower the priority
 of MLDonkey processes.

Template: mldonkey-server/shared_directories
Type: string
Default: share
_Description: Shared directories:
 List of directories you want to share. By default, the incoming directory will
 always be shared.
 .
 The syntax of this list is a list of strings separated by ";". For example:
 share ; mp3
 .
 Since MLDonkey will be chrooted, you need to specify shared dirs with
 regards to the new root directory of MLDonkey (e.g. if you want to share
 /var/lib/mldonkey/share and MLDonkey user's home is /var/lib/mldonkey,
 you need to write "share" or "/share").
 .
 Chroot support is not complete. For now, chroot is not possible, but it may be enabled
 in the near future.

Template: mldonkey-server/client_name
Type: string
_Description: MLDonkey client name:
 The name of your server. This is the name that will be presented to other
 users of the peer-to-peer networks.
 .
 You could use the name of your website. Example: http://me.my.home/
 .
 Don't use " or any other special characters.

Template: mldonkey-server/plugin
Type: multiselect
Choices: Directconnect, Opennap, Overnet, Soulseek, Bittorent, Gnutella
Default: Directconnect, Opennap, Overnet, Soulseek, Bittorent, Gnutella
Description: MLDonkey Plugins:
 MLDonkey can use several different filesharing networks. Choose the networks
 you want to use with your server.
 .
 The EDonkey network is always enabled. Take a look at the different port settings,
 you will need to make, if you use a firewall.

Template: mldonkey-server/max_hard_download_rate
Type: string
Default: 0
_Description: Maximal download speed (kB/s):
 Set the maximal download rate. It can be useful to limit this rate, in
 order to always have a minimal bandwidth for other internet applications.
 .
 It has also been noticed that a full use of the bandwidth could cause
 problems with DSL connection handling. This is not a rule, it is just
 based on a few experiments.
 .
 0 means no limit.

Template: mldonkey-server/max_hard_upload_rate
Type: string
Default: 0
_Description: Maximal upload speed (kB/s):
 Set the maximal upload rate. You must keep in mind that a peer-to-peer
 network is based on sharing. Do not use a very low rate.
 .
 Some networks calculate the download credit by the upload rate. More
 upload speed means more download speed.
 .
 As for the download speed, you should limit this rate so that you
 can still use the internet even when MLDonkey is running.
 .
 0 means no limit.

Template: mldonkey-server/max_alive
Type: string
Default: 48
_Description: Maximal time to live for the server:
 MLDonkey needs to be restarted from time to time. This is safer for memory
 consumption and all. You need to set the time between automatic restarts
 (in hours).
 .
 The only problem with this is that you will loose some upload credits. You
 can set this variable to a very high value in order to be sure to have a
 sufficient time to gather a lot of credits.
 .
 For example: 24 for one day, 168 for one week.

Template: mldonkey-server/password
Type: password
_Description: Password of admin user:
 As of version 2.04rc1, a new user management appears. The password is
 encrypted and stored in downloads.ini.
 .
 If you want to add a new user for MLDonkeys user management or
 want to change the password, refer to /usr/share/doc/mldonkey-server/README.Debian.

Template: mldonkey-server/repassword
Type: password
_Description: Retype password of the admin user:
 Please confirm your admin's password.

Template: mldonkey-server/false_password
Type: note
_Description: Passwords do not match
 The two password you enter must be the same.
 .
 You will be asked until you can provide the same password twice.

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