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Re: Bug#576309: installation-reports: [pt_BR] A mistake in grub-pc configuration phase

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On 03-04-2010 09:35, Eriberto wrote:
> 2010/4/3 Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org>:
>> While I'm OK with s/hda/sdc5, 

	Indeed, it was probably a leftover from a copy-paste.

>> I don't agree with other changes:
>> - the original English talks about "extended partition" which seems to
>> have been translated to "partição estendida" in the installer.
> Right. But you can't put data into an extended partition and because
> it I am suggesting to use logical instead of extended. I think the
> word "extended" can confuse the users.

	If you think about PC/x86 yes, but other architectures
may put stuff in extended partitions.

>> Also,
>> the original says "here SCSI" so "aqui SCSI" as translation seems
>> correct
> Right.

>> What you suggest implicitly is to mention that "sdc5" might be either
>> an SCSI or SATA partition *in the original string*. That seems correct
>> but needs to be discussed with the D-I team.
>> Indeed, nowadays, "sdc<n>" is o longer SCSI only so that mimght need
>> rephrasing in several places.
> I agree with your idea. But think that newbies may not know about it
> and a purpose of the d-i is to be very easy to all. So I think the
> SATA word can be added to description as an extra help to new users.
> It is modern because SATA is a recent technology. It is relevant as
> additional information to users that don't know SCSI-SATA concepts.
> The intent is update the description to make the GRUB installation
> more friendly.

	This really will depend upon upstream.

	If English translation gets an update we can then
update the translation. :)

>>  Let's also CC the Brazilian l10n team so that they can comment
>> (particularly on "estendida" vs "logica".
> Ok.
> Thank you for considering my suggestions (all or not).

I saw that Christian already applied the s/hda/sdc5/ change
in SVN.

Kind regards,
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