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[TAF] templates://smstools/{templates}

Dear debian-l10n-english team,

i would like to kindly ask you to review the templates file of the
smstools package.

Please find the file attached. As I'm currently in process of updating
smstools to the current upstream version I'm planning to do an upload
soon, so please consider to give this a high priority.

Thanks in advance
Best Regards


Template: smstools/configure
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Manage smsd configuration with debconf?

Template: smstools/config_exist
Type: note
_Description: Previously created configuration file exists
 It has been detected that a previously created configuration file exists.
 A backup of this file has been created in /etc/smsd.conf.bak.

Template: smstools/eventhandler
Type: string
_Description: Global Event handler:
 Specifies an external program or script that will execute,
 whenever a message was sent, received or failed. 
 This is useful e.g. when you want to run an email2sms gateway.
 See the examples in /usr/share/doc/smstools/examples for details.

Template: smstools/devicename
Type: string
Default: GSM1
_Description: Modem name:
 Defines a short name for the modem device. It is required.

Template: smstools/devicenode
Type: select
__Choices: /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1, /dev/ttyS2, /dev/ttyS3, /dev/ttyS4, Other
_Description: Modem device:
 Defines the modem device. Usually this is /dev/ttyS0 for the first com-port.
 But your setup may differ. For e.g USB-Devices you have to choice 'other'
 and specify the appriopriate device node with its full path.

Template: smstools/devicenodeother
Type: string
_Description: Modem Device:
 This can be used to define a device node other then the previously

Template: smstools/devicebaudrate
Type: select
__Choices: 9600, 19200, 28800, 38400, 115200, Other
Default: 19200
_Description: Baudrate for this device:
 Most modems work well with a baudrate of 19200, but some modems
 require another baudrate to work, e.g. 9600 Baud is another common value.
 If your modem does not support any of the baudrates in the list, you have
 to select 'other' and specify the appriopriate baudrate.

Template: smstools/devicebaudrateother
Type: string
_Description: Baudrate:
 This can be used to define a baudrate other then the most-common baudrates.

Template: smstools/deviceincoming
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Receive SMS with this device?
 This defines if the device should be used to receive incoming SMS.

Template: smstools/deviceinit
Type: string
_Description: Modem Init String:
 Specifies a modem initialisation command. Most modems do not need any init string.
 See your modem manual for more details about modem commands.
 In most cases you can leave this field blank.

Template: smstools/devicepin
Type: string
_Description: PIN for the SIM in this device:
 If your SIM needs a PIN to be unlocked, it has to be entered here.
 You can safely leave this field blank, if it doesn't.

Template: smstools/configureanothermodem
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Configure another modem?

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