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[CVS] di-docs/module partman.po,1.1,1.2



Update of /cvsroot/l10n-russian/di-docs/module
In directory haydn:/tmp/cvs-serv9985/module

Modified Files:
	partman.po 
Log Message:
Автоматическая синхронизация шаблонов

Index: partman.po
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/l10n-russian/di-docs/module/partman.po,v
retrieving revision 1.1
retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -d -r1.1 -r1.2
--- partman.po	10 Sep 2004 13:03:40 -0000	1.1
+++ partman.po	11 Sep 2004 22:21:20 -0000	1.2
@@ -34,16 +34,20 @@
 "First you will be given the opportunity to automatically partition either an "
 "entire drive, or free space on a drive. This is also called <quote>guided</"
 "quote> partitioning. If you do not want to autopartition, choose "
-"<guimenuitem>Manually edit partition table</guimenuitem> from the menu and "
-"skip to the next paragraph. Otherwise you will be asked if you want "
-"<guimenuitem>All files in one partition</guimenuitem>, <guimenuitem>Separate "
-"partition for home directories</guimenuitem>, or if you rather plan to have "
-"a <guimenuitem>Multi-user system</guimenuitem>. All schemes have their pros "
-"and cons, some of which are discussed in <xref linkend=\"partitioning\"/>. "
-"If you are unsure, choose the first one. Bear in mind, that guided "
-"partitioning needs certain minimal amount of free space to operate with. If "
-"you don't give it at least about 1GB of space (depends on chosen scheme), "
-"guided partitioning will fail."
+"<guimenuitem>Manually edit partition table</guimenuitem> from the menu."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Tag: para
+#: partman.xml:19
+#, no-c-format
+msgid ""
+"If you choose guided partitioning, you will be able to choose from the "
+"schemes listed in the table below. All schemes have their pros and cons, "
+"some of which are discussed in <xref linkend=\"partitioning\"/>. If you are "
+"unsure, choose the first one. Bear in mind, that guided partitioning needs "
+"certain minimal amount of free space to operate with. If you don't give it "
+"at least about 1GB of space (depends on chosen scheme), guided partitioning "
+"will fail."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: entry
@@ -85,7 +89,7 @@
 #. Tag: entry
 #: partman.xml:47
 #, no-c-format
-msgid "Separate partition for home directories"
+msgid "Desktop machine"
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: entry
@@ -103,7 +107,7 @@
 #. Tag: entry
 #: partman.xml:53
 #, no-c-format
-msgid "Multi-user system"
+msgid "Multi-user workstation"
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: entry
@@ -124,49 +128,73 @@
 #: partman.xml:64
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
-"On the next screen you will see your partition table, how the partitions "
-"will be formatted, and where they will be mounted. If you did automatic "
-"partitioning, you should just be able to choose <guimenuitem>Finished "
-"partitioning</guimenuitem> from the menu to use what it set up."
+"If you chose an automatic partitioning for your IA64 system, there will be "
+"an additional partition, formatted as a FAT16 bootable filesystem, for the "
+"EFI boot loader. There is also an additional menu item in the formatting "
+"menu to manually set up a partition as an EFI boot partition."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
 #: partman.xml:72
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
-"If you chose an automatic partitioning for your IA64 system, there will be "
-"an additional partition, formatted as a FAT16 bootable filesystem, for the "
-"EFI boot loader. There is also an additional menu item in the formatting "
-"menu to manually set up a partition as an EFI boot partition."
+"After selecting a scheme, the next screen will show your new partition "
+"table, including information on whether and how partitions will be formatted "
+"and where they will be mounted."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:80
+#: partman.xml:78
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
 "The list of partitions might look like this: <informalexample><screen>\n"
 "  IDE1 master (hda) - 6.4 GB WDC AC36400L\n"
-"        #1 primary   16.4 MB    ext2   /boot\n"
-"        #2 primary  551.0 MB    swap   swap\n"
-"        #3 primary    5.8 GB    ntfs\n"
-"           pri/log    8.2 MB    FREE SPACE\n"
+"        #1 primary   16.4 MB     ext2       /boot\n"
+"        #2 primary  551.0 MB     swap       swap\n"
+"        #3 primary    5.8 GB     ntfs\n"
+"           pri/log    8.2 MB     FREE SPACE\n"
 "\n"
 "  IDE1 slave (hdb) - 80.0 GB ST380021A\n"
-"        #1 primary   15.9 MB    ext3\n"
-"        #2 primary  996.0 MB    fat16\n"
-"        #3 primary    3.9 GB    xfs    /home\n"
-"        #5 logical    6.0 GB    ext3   /\n"
-"        #6 logical    1.0 GB    ext3   /var\n"
-"        #7 logical  498.8 GB    ext3\n"
-"        #8 logical  551.5 GB    swap   swap\n"
-"        #9 logical   65.8 GB    ext2\n"
-"</screen></informalexample> As you can see, there are two IDE harddrives "
-"divided to several partitions. Each partition line consists of the partition "
-"number, its type, size, optional flags, file system, and mountpoint (if any)."
+"        #1 primary   15.9 MB     ext3\n"
+"        #2 primary  996.0 MB     fat16\n"
+"        #3 primary    3.9 GB     xfs        /home\n"
+"        #5 logical    6.0 GB     ext3       /\n"
+"        #6 logical    1.0 GB     ext3       /var\n"
+"        #7 logical  498.8 GB     ext3\n"
+"        #8 logical  551.5 GB     swap       swap\n"
+"        #9 logical   65.8 GB     ext2\n"
+"</screen></informalexample> This example shows two IDE harddrives divided "
+"into several partitions; the first disk has some free space. Each partition "
+"line consists of the partition number, its type, size, optional flags, file "
+"system, and mountpoint (if any)."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:91
+#: partman.xml:90
+#, no-c-format
+msgid ""
+"This concludes the guided partitioning. If you are satisfied with the "
+"generated partition table, you can choose <guimenuitem>Finish partitioning "
+"and write changes to disk</guimenuitem> from the menu to implement the new "
+"partition table (as described at the end of this section). If you are not "
+"happy, you can choose to <guimenuitem>Undo changes to partitions</"
+"guimenuitem>, to run guided partitioning again or modify the proposed "
+"changes as described below for manual partitioning."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Tag: para
+#: partman.xml:100
+#, no-c-format
+msgid ""
+"A similar screen to the one shown just above will be displayed if you choose "
+"manual partioning except that your existing partition table will be shown "
+"and without the mount points. How to manually setup your partition table and "
+"the usage of partitions by your new Debian system will be covered in the "
+"remainder of this section."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Tag: para
+#: partman.xml:108
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
 "If you select a pristine disk which doesn't have neither partitions nor free "
@@ -176,7 +204,7 @@
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:99
+#: partman.xml:116
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
 "If you select some free space, you will be offered to create new partition. "
@@ -195,7 +223,7 @@
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:117
+#: partman.xml:134
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
 "If you decide you want to change something about your partition, simply "
@@ -204,27 +232,23 @@
 "you can change the same set of options. One thing which might not be very "
 "obvious at a first glance is that you can resize the partition by selecting "
 "the item displaying the size of the partition. Filesystems known to work are "
-"at least fat16, fat32, ext2, ext3 and swap. If you don't like the partition "
-"at all, you can delete it from this menu."
+"at least fat16, fat32, ext2, ext3 and swap. This menu also allows you to "
+"delete a partition."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:129
+#: partman.xml:145
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
-"The partitioning menu also has a choice at the top that can be used to "
-"automatically partition a drive or existing free space on a drive, if you'd "
-"rather go that route. Be sure to create at least two partitions, one for "
-"<emphasis>swap</emphasis> and one for the <emphasis>root</emphasis> "
-"filesystem (which must be mounted as <filename>/</filename>). If you forget "
-"to mount the root filesystem, <command>partman</command> won't let you "
-"continue until you correct this issue. However, this situation should not "
-"happen, because <command>partman</command> by default offers reasonable "
-"defaults."
+"Be sure to create at least two partitions: one for the <emphasis>root</"
+"emphasis> filesystem (which must be mounted as <filename>/</filename>) and "
+"one for <emphasis>swap</emphasis>. If you forget to mount the root "
+"filesystem, <command>partman</command> won't let you continue until you "
+"correct this issue."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:142
+#: partman.xml:153
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
 "If you forget to select and format an EFI boot partition <command>partman</"
@@ -233,21 +257,22 @@
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:148
+#: partman.xml:159
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
 "Capabilities of <command>partman</command> can be extended with installer "
-"modules, so if you can't see all promised goodies, check if you have loaded "
-"all required modules (e.g. <filename>partman-ext3</filename>, "
-"<filename>partman-xfs</filename>, or <filename>partman-lvm</filename>)."
+"modules, but are dependent on your system's architecture. So if you can't "
+"see all promised goodies, check if you have loaded all required modules (e."
+"g. <filename>partman-ext3</filename>, <filename>partman-xfs</filename>, or "
+"<filename>partman-lvm</filename>)."
 msgstr ""
 
 #. Tag: para
-#: partman.xml:157
+#: partman.xml:167
 #, no-c-format
 msgid ""
-"After you are satisfied with partitioning, select <guimenuitem>Finished "
-"partitioning</guimenuitem> from the partitioning menu. You will be presented "
-"with a summary of changes made to the disks and asked to confirm that the "
-"filesystems should be created as requested."
+"After you are satisfied with partitioning, select <guimenuitem>Finish "
+"partitioning and write changes to disk</guimenuitem> from the partitioning "
+"menu. You will be presented with a summary of changes made to the disks and "
+"asked to confirm that the filesystems should be created as requested."
 msgstr ""



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