Hi there! I'm hereby requesting revision over the debconf template document I'm attaching. Even though I tried to do my best on avoiding irrelevant or confusing information, It was to noticed that It could represent an abuse of the usage or contain suboptimal presentation. Please let me know if there's anything I can do or provide you with about it. Thank you in advance for your time. Cheers, Dererk -- BOFH excuse #405: Sysadmins unavailable because they are in a meeting talking about why they are unavailable so much.
# These templates have been reviewed by the debian-l10n-english # team # # If modifications/additions/rewording are needed, please ask # firstname.lastname@example.org for advice. # # Even minor modifications require translation updates and such # changes should be coordinated with translators and reviewers. Template: vidalia/info Type: note _Description: About Vidalia and the Tor software interaction Vidalia provides a GUI for the Tor software. That means that Vidalia needs to talk to the Tor software for configuring different aspects of the Tor Network, view its status at a glance, monitor its bandwidth usage or just view logs. . The component of the Tor software that Vidalia talks to is a daemon process, which works on background without any user interaction required. . There are two different ways to let Vidalia communicate with Tor: . - Letting Vidalia start Tor process on its own. (Simplest for end users, can't be used in a multi-user desktop) . - Enable Tor to use a control port to communicate with Vidalia. (Recommended for stronger security, preventing privilege escalation attacks) . For more information please read '/usr/share/doc/vidalia/README.Debian'. Template: vidalia/tor-daemon-interaction Type: select Choices-C: no, yes-now, yes-always __Choices: No, Yes (just for now), Yes (and disable it for every boot) Default: yes-always _Description: Let Vidalia start Tor after stopping existing Tor process? Vidalia's installation found a Tor process running. In order for Vidalia to work, choose between these three different ways of starting the Tor process: . If you choose 'No', Vidalia will give for granted that Tor process will be always running, which is the default package behaviour (Recommended for a multi-user desktop) . If you choose 'Yes (just for now)', Vidalia will inmediatelly stop the Tor process, so Vidalia could start Tor process this time, and will assume that Tor will be always running in next reboots . If you choose 'Yes (and disable it for every boot)', Vidalia will configure the Tor software not to start by its own on every boot and allow it to be launched by Vidalia (Recommended for end users) . In doubt, leave default answer selected. (Will be able to change it at any time by running 'dpkg-reconfigure vidalia')
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