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  1. Template: netcfg/enable
  2. Type: boolean
  3. Default: true
  4. Description: for internal use; can be preseeded
  5. Set to false to disable netcfg entirely via preseed.
  6. Template: netcfg/use_dhcp
  7. Type: boolean
  8. Default: true
  9. # :sl1:
  10. _Description: Auto-configure network with DHCP?
  11. Networking can either be configured by DHCP or by manually
  12. entering all the information. If you choose to use DHCP and
  13. the installer is unable to get a working configuration
  14. from a DHCP server on your network, you will be given the
  15. opportunity to configure your network manually after the attempt
  16. to configure it by DHCP.
  17. Template: netcfg/get_domain
  18. Type: string
  19. # :sl1:
  20. _Description: Domain name:
  21. The domain name is the part of your Internet address to the right of your
  22. host name. It is often something that ends in .com, .net, .edu, or .org.
  23. If you are setting up a home network, you can make something up, but make
  24. sure you use the same domain name on all your computers.
  25. Template: netcfg/get_nameservers
  26. Type: string
  27. # :sl1:
  28. _Description: Name server addresses:
  29. The name servers are used to look up host names on the network.
  30. Please enter the IP addresses (not host names) of up to 3 name servers,
  31. separated by spaces. Do not use commas. The first name server in the list
  32. will be the first to be queried. If you don't want to use any name server,
  33. just leave this field blank.
  34. Template: netcfg/choose_interface
  35. Type: select
  36. Choices: ${ifchoices}
  37. # :sl1:
  38. _Description: Primary network interface:
  39. Your system has multiple network interfaces. Choose the one to use as
  40. the primary network interface during the installation. If possible, the
  41. first connected network interface found has been selected.
  42. Template: netcfg/wireless_essid
  43. Type: string
  44. # :sl1:
  45. _Description: Wireless ESSID for ${iface}:
  46. ${iface} is a wireless network interface. Please enter the name (the ESSID)
  47. of the wireless network you would like ${iface} to use. If you would like
  48. to use any available network, leave this field blank.
  49. Template: netcfg/wireless_essid_again
  50. Type: string
  51. # :sl1:
  52. _Description: Wireless ESSID for ${iface}:
  53. Attempting to find an available wireless network failed.
  54. .
  55. ${iface} is a wireless network interface. Please enter the name (the ESSID)
  56. of the wireless network you would like ${iface} to use. To skip wireless
  57. configuration and continue, leave this field blank.
  58. Template: netcfg/wireless_security_type
  59. Type: select
  60. Choices-C: wep/open, wpa
  61. __Choices: WEP/Open Network, WPA PSK
  62. # :sl2:
  63. _Description: Wireless Network Type for ${iface}:
  64. Choose WEP/Open if the network is open or secured with WEP.
  65. Choose WPA if the network is a WPA PSK protected network.
  66. Template: netcfg/wireless_wep
  67. Type: string
  68. # :sl1:
  69. _Description: WEP key for wireless device ${iface}:
  70. If applicable, please enter the WEP security key for the wireless
  71. device ${iface}. There are two ways to do this:
  72. .
  73. If your WEP key is in the format 'nnnn-nnnn-nn', 'nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn',
  74. or 'nnnnnnnn', where n is a number, just enter it as it is into this field.
  75. .
  76. If your WEP key is in the format of a passphrase, prefix it with 's:'
  77. (without quotes).
  78. .
  79. Of course, if there is no WEP key for your wireless network, leave this
  80. field blank.
  81. Template: netcfg/invalid_wep
  82. Type: error
  83. # :sl2:
  84. _Description: Invalid WEP key
  85. The WEP key '${wepkey}' is invalid. Please refer to the instructions on
  86. the next screen carefully on how to enter your WEP key correctly, and try
  87. again.
  88. Template: netcfg/invalid_pass
  89. Type: error
  90. # :sl2:
  91. _Description: Invalid passphrase
  92. The WPA PSK passphrase was either too long (more than 64 characters)
  93. or too short (less than 8 characters).
  94. Template: netcfg/wireless_wpa
  95. Type: string
  96. # :sl1:
  97. _Description: WPA passphrase for wireless device ${iface}:
  98. Enter a passphrase for WPA PSK authentication.
  99. Template: netcfg/invalid_essid
  100. Type: error
  101. # :sl2:
  102. _Description: Invalid ESSID
  103. The ESSID "${essid}" is invalid. ESSIDs may only be up to 32 characters,
  104. but may contain all kinds of characters.
  105. Template: netcfg/wpa_progress
  106. Type: text
  107. # :sl1:
  108. _Description: Attempting to exchange keys with the access point...
  109. Template: netcfg/wpa_progress_note
  110. Type: text
  111. # :sl1:
  112. _Description: This may take some time.
  113. Template: netcfg/wpa_success_note
  114. Type: text
  115. # :sl1:
  116. _Description: WPA connection succeeded
  117. Template: netcfg/wpa_supplicant_failed
  118. Type: note
  119. # :sl1:
  120. _Description: Failure of key exchange and association
  121. The exchange of keys and association with the access point failed.
  122. Please check the WPA parameters you provided.
  123. Template: netcfg/get_hostname
  124. Type: string
  125. Default: debian
  126. # :sl1:
  127. _Description: Hostname:
  128. Please enter the hostname for this system.
  129. .
  130. The hostname is a single word that identifies your system to the network.
  131. If you don't know what your hostname should be, consult your network
  132. administrator. If you are setting up your own home network, you can make
  133. something up here.
  134. Template: netcfg/invalid_hostname
  135. Type: error
  136. # :sl2:
  137. _Description: Invalid hostname
  138. The name "${hostname}" is invalid.
  139. .
  140. A valid hostname may contain only the numbers 0-9, upper and lowercase
  141. letters (A-Z and a-z), and the minus sign. It must be at most
  142. ${maxhostnamelen} characters long, and may not begin or end with a minus
  143. sign.
  144. Template: netcfg/error
  145. Type: error
  146. # :sl2:
  147. _Description: Error
  148. An error occurred and the network configuration process has been aborted.
  149. You may retry it from the installation main menu.
  150. Template: netcfg/no_interfaces
  151. Type: error
  152. # :sl2:
  153. _Description: No network interfaces detected
  154. No network interfaces were found. The installation
  155. system was unable to find a network device.
  156. .
  157. You may need to load a specific module for your network card, if you have
  158. one. For this, go back to the network hardware detection step.
  159. Template: netcfg/kill_switch_enabled
  160. Type: note
  161. # A "kill switch" is a physical switch found on some network cards that
  162. # disables the card.
  163. # :sl2:
  164. _Description: Kill switch enabled on ${iface}
  165. ${iface} appears to have been disabled by means of a physical "kill
  166. switch". If you intend to use this interface, please switch it on before
  167. continuing.
  168. Template: netcfg/wireless_adhoc_managed
  169. Type: select
  170. Default: Infrastructure (Managed) network
  171. # :sl2:
  172. # Note to translators : Please keep your translations of each choice
  173. # below the 65 columns limit (which means 65 characters for most languages)
  174. # Choices MUST be separated by commas
  175. # You MUST use standard commas not special commas for your language
  176. # You MUST NOT use commas inside choices
  177. __Choices: Infrastructure (Managed) network, Ad-hoc network (Peer to peer)
  178. _Description: Type of wireless network:
  179. Wireless networks are either managed or ad-hoc. If you use a real access
  180. point of some sort, your network is Managed. If another computer is your
  181. 'access point', then your network may be Ad-hoc.
  182. Template: netcfg/wifi_progress_title
  183. Type: text
  184. # :sl1:
  185. _Description: Wireless network configuration
  186. Template: netcfg/wifi_progress_info
  187. Type: text
  188. # :sl1:
  189. _Description: Searching for wireless access points...
  190. Template: netcfg/disable_dhcp
  191. Type: boolean
  192. Default: false
  193. Description: for internal use; can be preseeded
  194. Set to true to force static network configuration
  195. Template: netcfg/link_detect_progress
  196. Type: text
  197. _Description: Detecting link on ${interface}; please wait...
  198. Template: netcfg/internal-none
  199. Type: text
  200. # :sl2:
  201. _Description: <none>
  202. Template: netcfg/internal-wifi
  203. Type: text
  204. # :sl2:
  205. _Description: Wireless ethernet (802.11x)
  206. Template: netcfg/internal-wireless
  207. Type: text
  208. # :sl2:
  209. _Description: wireless
  210. Template: netcfg/internal-eth
  211. Type: text
  212. # :sl2:
  213. _Description: Ethernet
  214. Template: netcfg/internal-tr
  215. Type: text
  216. # :sl2:
  217. _Description: Token Ring
  218. Template: netcfg/internal-usb
  219. Type: text
  220. # :sl2:
  221. _Description: USB net
  222. Template: netcfg/internal-arc
  223. Type: text
  224. # Product name, not translatable.
  225. # :sl2:
  226. Description: Arcnet
  227. Template: netcfg/internal-slip
  228. Type: text
  229. # :sl2:
  230. _Description: Serial-line IP
  231. Template: netcfg/internal-plip
  232. Type: text
  233. # :sl2:
  234. _Description: Parallel-port IP
  235. Template: netcfg/internal-ppp
  236. Type: text
  237. # :sl2:
  238. _Description: Point-to-Point Protocol
  239. Template: netcfg/internal-sit
  240. Type: text
  241. # :sl2:
  242. _Description: IPv6-in-IPv4
  243. Template: netcfg/internal-ippp
  244. Type: text
  245. # :sl2:
  246. _Description: ISDN Point-to-Point Protocol
  247. Template: netcfg/internal-ctc
  248. Type: text
  249. # :sl2:
  250. _Description: Channel-to-channel
  251. Template: netcfg/internal-escon
  252. Type: text
  253. # :sl2:
  254. _Description: Real channel-to-channel
  255. Template: netcfg/internal-hsi
  256. Type: text
  257. # Product name, not translatable.
  258. Description: Hipersocket
  259. Template: netcfg/internal-iucv
  260. Type: text
  261. # :sl2:
  262. _Description: Inter-user communication vehicle
  263. Template: netcfg/internal-unknown-iface
  264. Type: text
  265. # :sl2:
  266. _Description: Unknown interface
  267. Template: base-installer/progress/netcfg
  268. Type: text
  269. # base-installer progress bar item
  270. # :sl1:
  271. _Description: Storing network settings...
  272. Template: debian-installer/netcfg/title
  273. Type: text
  274. # Item in the main menu to select this package
  275. # :sl1:
  276. _Description: Configure the network