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Template: netcfg/use_dhcp
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Auto-configure network with DHCP?
Networking can either be configured by DHCP or by manually
entering all the information. If you choose to use DHCP and
the installer is unable to get a working configuration
from a DHCP server on your network, you will be given the
opportunity to configure your network manually after the attempt
to configure it by DHCP.
Template: netcfg/get_domain
Type: string
_Description: Domain name:
The domain name is the part of your Internet address to the right of your
host name. It is often something that ends in .com, .net, .edu, or .org.
If you are setting up a home network, you can make something up, but make
sure you use the same domain name on all your computers.
Template: netcfg/get_nameservers
Type: string
_Description: Name server addresses:
The name servers are used to look up host names on the network.
Please enter the IP addresses (not host names) of up to 3 name servers,
separated by spaces. Do not use commas. The first name server in the list
will be the first to be queried. If you don't want to use any name server,
just leave this field blank.
Template: netcfg/choose_interface
Type: select
Choices: ${ifchoices}
_Description: Primary network interface:
Your system has multiple network interfaces. Choose the one to use as
the primary network interface while installing Debian.
Template: netcfg/wireless_essid
Type: string
_Description: Wireless ESSID for ${iface}:
${iface} is a wireless network interface. Please enter the name (the ESSID)
of the wireless network you would like ${iface} to use. If you would like
to use any available network, leave this field blank.
Template: netcfg/wireless_wep
Type: string
_Description: WEP key for wireless device ${iface}:
If applicable, please enter the WEP security key for the wireless
device ${iface}. There are two ways to do this:
If your WEP key is in the format 'nnnn-nnnn-nn' or 'nnnnnnnn', where n
is a number, just enter it as it is into this field.
If your WEP key is in the format of a passphrase, prefix it with 's:'
(without quotes).
Of course, if there is no WEP key for your wireless network, leave this
field blank.
Template: netcfg/invalid_wep
Type: error
_Description: Invalid WEP key
The WEP key '${wepkey}' is invalid. Please refer to the instructions on
the next screen carefully on how to enter your WEP key correctly, and try
Template: netcfg/invalid_essid
Type: error
_Description: Invalid ESSID
The ESSID "${essid}" is invalid. ESSIDs may only be up to 32 characters,
but may contain all kinds of characters.
Template: netcfg/get_hostname
Type: string
Default: debian
_Description: Hostname:
Please enter the hostname for this system.
The hostname is a single word that identifies your system to the network.
If you don't know what your hostname should be, consult your network
administrator. If you are setting up your own home network, you can make
something up here.
Template: netcfg/invalid_hostname
Type: error
_Description: Invalid hostname
The name "${hostname}" is invalid.
A valid hostname may contain only alphanumeric characters and the minus
sign. It must be between 2 and 63 characters long, and may not begin or
end with a minus sign.
Template: netcfg/error
Type: error
_Description: Error
An error occured and the network configuration process has been aborted.
You may retry it from the installation main menu.
Template: netcfg/no_interfaces
Type: error
_Description: No network interfaces detected
No network interfaces were found. The installation
system was unable to find a network device.
You may need to load a specific module for your network card, if you have
one. For this, go back to the network hardware detection step.
Template: netcfg/wireless_adhoc_managed
Type: select
Default: Infrastructure (Managed) network
_Choices: Infrastructure (Managed) network, Ad-hoc network (Peer to peer)
_Description: Wireless network kind:
Wireless networks are either managed or ad-hoc. If you use a real access
point of some sort, your network is Managed. If another computer is your
'access point', then your network may be Ad-hoc.
Template: netcfg/wifi_progress_title
Type: text
_Description: Wireless network configuration
Template: netcfg/wifi_progress_info
Type: text
_Description: Searching for wireless access points ...
Template: netcfg/internal-none
Type: text
_Description: <none>
Template: netcfg/internal-wifi
Type: text
_Description: Wireless ethernet (802.11x)
Template: netcfg/internal-eth
Type: text
_Description: Ethernet or Fast Ethernet
Template: netcfg/internal-tr
Type: text
_Description: Token Ring
Template: netcfg/internal-arc
Type: text
_Description: Arcnet
Template: netcfg/internal-slip
Type: text
_Description: Serial-line IP
Template: netcfg/internal-plip
Type: text
_Description: Parallel-port IP
Template: netcfg/internal-ppp
Type: text
_Description: Point-to-Point Protocol
Template: netcfg/internal-sit
Type: text
_Description: IPv6-in-IPv4
Template: netcfg/internal-ippp
Type: text
_Description: ISDN Point-to-Point Protocol
Template: netcfg/internal-ctc
Type: text
_Description: Channel-to-channel
Template: netcfg/internal-escon
Type: text
_Description: Real channel-to-channel
Template: netcfg/internal-hsi
Type: text
_Description: Hypersocket
Template: netcfg/internal-iucv
Type: text
_Description: Inter-user communication vehicle
Template: netcfg/internal-unknown-iface
Type: text
_Description: Unknown interface
Template: prebaseconfig/progress/netcfg
Type: text
# Prebaseconfig progress bar item
_Description: Configuring network ...
Template: debian-installer/netcfg/title
Type: text
# Item in the main menu to select this package
_Description: Configure the network