I apparently missed that this proposam contains new debconf templates. Please find my comments on the wording, below. (debian-l10n-english CC'ed) > +Template: partman-auto-lvm/no_such_pv > +Type: error > +_Description: Inexistant PV declared > + A Volume Group definition contains a reference to a Physical Volume > + that is not present. > + . > + Check for you connectivity or the recipe. These templates are missing the "sublevel" markers. I propose to use 3 as translation sublevel, just like all other RAID/LVM related stuff (except partman-auto-lvm which inadvertently uses sublevel 1 for everything which is B.A.D.) Rewrite proposal: Template: partman-auto-lvm/no_such_pv Type: error # :sl3: _Description: Non-existing physical volume A volume group definition contains a reference to a non-existing physical volume. . Please check that all devices are properly connected. Alternatively, please check the automatic partitioning recipe. I'm puzzled by the latter paragraph, which is definitely not correct (I suppose you meant "your"). "Your connectivity" would be incorrect anyway, this is not the user's connectivity this is about the conenctivity of the machine, or the hardware, or whatever :-) I therefore assumed you wanted to talk about the hardware connectivity. > + > +Template: partman-auto-lvm/no_pv_in_vg > +Type: error > +_Description: No PV defined for creating VG > + The recipe contains the definition of a Volume Group without > + any Physical Volume in it. > + . > + Review the recipe. Template: partman-auto-lvm/no_pv_in_vg Type: error # :sl3: _Description: No physical volume defined in volume group The automatic partitioning recipe contains the definition of a volume group that does not contain any physical volume. . Alternatively, please check the automatic partitioning recipe. Here, I dropped "for creating" to better fit other LVM-related templates' wording.
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