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

This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf
templates for smstools.

The reviewed templates will be sent on Tuesday, June 26, 2007 to the package
maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with
"[BTS]" as a subject tag.


Template: smstools/configure
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Manage smsd configuration automatically?
 Reject this option if you want to configure smsd manually.

Template: smstools/config_exist
Type: error
_Description: Previously created configuration file detected
 The existing configuration file has been moved to /etc/smsd.conf.bak.

Template: smstools/eventhandler
Type: string
_Description: Global event-handler:
 Please specify an external program or script that will execute,
 whenever a message is sent or received, or on failures.
 This is useful for instance when running an email2sms gateway.
 Examples of event-handlers are detailed in /usr/share/doc/smstools/examples.

Template: smstools/devicename
Type: string
Default: GSM1
_Description: Modem name:
 Please specify the short name for the modem device. This is a mandatory

Template: smstools/devicenode
Type: select
__Choices: /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1, /dev/ttyS2, /dev/ttyS3, /dev/ttyS4, Other
_Description: Modem device:
 Please specify the modem device. Usually the modem device is
 /dev/ttyS0 (the first serial port), but your setup may differ;
 e.g. for a USB device, choose 'Other' and specify the full path of
 the appropriate device node.

Template: smstools/devicenodeother
Type: string
_Description: Modem device:
 Please specify an optional extra device for the modem.

Template: smstools/devicebaudrate
Type: select
__Choices: 9600, 19200, 28800, 38400, 115200, Other
Default: 19200
_Description: Modem device speed (bps):
 Most modems work well with a speed of 19200bps, but some modems may
 require 9600 bps. If your modem does not support any of the baud
 rates in the list, select 'Other'.

Template: smstools/devicebaudrateother
Type: string
_Description: Modem device speed (bps):

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

Template: smstools/deviceinit
Type: string
_Description: Modem initialization string:
 Please specify the modem initialization command. That may be left empty
 for most modems. Please consult your modem's manual for more details
 about its supported commands.

Template: smstools/devicepin
Type: password
_Description: SIM device PIN code:
 If the device's SIM needs a PIN to be unlocked, please enter it here.

Template: smstools/configureanothermodem
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Configure another modem?
Source: smstools
Section: comm
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Mark Purcell <msp@debian.org>
Uploaders: Mark Purcell <msp@debian.org>, Patrick Schoenfeld <schoenfeld@in-medias-res.com>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>> 5.0.0), libmm-dev
Standards-Version: 3.7.2

Package: smstools
Architecture: any
Depends: debconf, adduser, ${shlibs:Depends}
Description: SMS server tools for GSM modems
 The SMS server tools allow setting up a central SMS gateway. It
 sends and receives SMS messages using a simple file-based
 interface. It can accommodate up to 20,000 messages a month.
 It supports an event-handler option that allows calling customized
 programs or scripts after sending or receiving SMS messages.
 The SMS Server Tools use one or more (max. 32) GSM modems to send and
 receive SMS messages. Some modems may be equipped with SIM cards such
 as Vodafone or Telmi ones.  All messages are sorted in queues by the
 provider. If one modem fails, it will be deactivated for one hour
 before the software retries, while other modems run without any
 restriction. The status information and alarms are logged with
  Homepage: http://smstools3.kekekasvi.com/

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