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  • src-qt4/warden-gui/i18n/Warden_is.ts

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    117117    <message> 
    118118        <source>Jail Configuration</source> 
    119         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     119        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     120            </translation> 
    120121    </message> 
    121122    <message> 
    122123        <source>IPv4</source> 
    123         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     124        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     125            </translation> 
    124126    </message> 
    125127    <message> 
    126128        <source>IPv4 Address</source> 
    127         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     129        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     130            </translation> 
    128131    </message> 
    129132    <message> 
    130133        <source>IPv4 Bridge Address</source> 
    131         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     134        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     135            </translation> 
    132136    </message> 
    133137    <message> 
    134138        <source>IPv4 Default Router</source> 
    135         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     139        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     140            </translation> 
    136141    </message> 
    137142    <message> 
    138143        <source>IPv6</source> 
    139         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     144        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     145            </translation> 
    140146    </message> 
    141147    <message> 
    142148        <source>IPv6 Address</source> 
    143         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     149        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     150            </translation> 
    144151    </message> 
    145152    <message> 
    146153        <source>IPv6 Bridge Address</source> 
    147         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     154        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     155            </translation> 
    148156    </message> 
    149157    <message> 
    150158        <source>IPv6 Default Router</source> 
    151         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     159        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     160            </translation> 
    152161    </message> 
    153162    <message> 
    154163        <source>Aliases</source> 
    155         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     164        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     165            </translation> 
    156166    </message> 
    157167    <message> 
    158168        <source>IPv4 Aliases</source> 
    159         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     169        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     170            </translation> 
    160171    </message> 
    161172    <message> 
    162173        <source>IPv4 Bridge Aliases</source> 
    163         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     174        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     175            </translation> 
    164176    </message> 
    165177    <message> 
    166178        <source>IPv6 Aliases</source> 
    167         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     179        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     180            </translation> 
    168181    </message> 
    169182    <message> 
    170183        <source>IPv6 Bridge Aliases</source> 
    171         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     184        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     185            </translation> 
    172186    </message> 
    173187    <message> 
    174188        <source>Permissions</source> 
    175         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     189        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     190            </translation> 
    176191    </message> 
    177192    <message> 
    178193        <source>The following permissions can be enabled or diabled for this jail. For more details hover over each item or refer to the jail manpage.</source> 
    179         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     194        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     195            </translation> 
    180196    </message> 
    181197    <message> 
    182198        <source>A process within the jail has access to System V IPC primitives.</source> 
    183         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     199        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     200            </translation> 
    184201    </message> 
    185202    <message> 
    186203        <source>The prison root is allowed to create raw sockets. Enables ping / traceroute.</source> 
    187         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     204        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     205            </translation> 
    188206    </message> 
    189207    <message> 
    190208        <source>When this parameter is set, such users are treated as privileged, and may manipulate system file flags subject to the usual constraints on kern.securelevel.</source> 
    191         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     209        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     210            </translation> 
    192211    </message> 
    193212    <message> 
    194213        <source>Privileged users inside the jail will be able to mount and unmount file system types marked as jail-friendly.</source> 
    195         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     214        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     215            </translation> 
    196216    </message> 
    197217    <message> 
    198218        <source>Privileged users inside the jail will be able to mount and unmount the devfs file system.</source> 
    199         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     219        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     220            </translation> 
    200221    </message> 
    201222    <message> 
    202223        <source>Privileged users inside the jail will be able to mount and unmount the nullfs file system.</source> 
    203         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     224        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     225            </translation> 
    204226    </message> 
    205227    <message> 
    206228        <source>Privileged users inside the jail will be able to mount and unmount the procfs file system.</source> 
    207         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     229        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     230            </translation> 
    208231    </message> 
    209232    <message> 
    210233        <source>Privileged users inside the jail will be able to mount and unmount the zfs file system.</source> 
    211         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     234        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     235            </translation> 
    212236    </message> 
    213237    <message> 
    214238        <source>The prison root may administer quotas on the jail&apos;s filesystem(s).</source> 
    215         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     239        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     240            </translation> 
    216241    </message> 
    217242    <message> 
    218243        <source>This allows access to other protocol stacks that have not had jail functionality added to them.</source> 
    219         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     244        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     245            </translation> 
    220246    </message> 
    221247    <message> 
    222248        <source>Invalid IPv4 address!</source> 
    223         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     249        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     250            </translation> 
    224251    </message> 
    225252    <message> 
    226253        <source>Invalid IPv4 bridge address!</source> 
    227         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     254        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     255            </translation> 
    228256    </message> 
    229257    <message> 
    230258        <source>Invalid IPv4 router address!</source> 
    231         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     259        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     260            </translation> 
    232261    </message> 
    233262    <message> 
    234263        <source>Invalid IPv6 address!</source> 
    235         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     264        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     265            </translation> 
    236266    </message> 
    237267    <message> 
    238268        <source>Invalid IPv6 bridge address!</source> 
    239         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     269        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     270            </translation> 
    240271    </message> 
    241272    <message> 
    242273        <source>Invalid IPv6 router address!</source> 
    243         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     274        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     275            </translation> 
    244276    </message> 
    245277</context> 
     
    731763    <message> 
    732764        <source>IPs:</source> 
    733         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     765        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     766            </translation> 
    734767    </message> 
    735768    <message> 
    736769        <source>Configure the jail</source> 
    737         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     770        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     771            </translation> 
    738772    </message> 
    739773</context> 
     
    860894    <message> 
    861895        <source>This wizard will walk you through creating a new jail. First, enter the hostname and any IP address then click next to continue.</source> 
    862         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     896        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     897            </translation> 
    863898    </message> 
    864899    <message> 
    865900        <source>IPv4 Address</source> 
    866         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     901        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     902            </translation> 
    867903    </message> 
    868904    <message> 
    869905        <source>IPv6 Address</source> 
    870         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     906        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     907            </translation> 
    871908    </message> 
    872909    <message> 
    873910        <source>Traditional Jail (Secure, best for services)</source> 
    874         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     911        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     912            </translation> 
    875913    </message> 
    876914    <message> 
    877915        <source>Install PKGNG and PC-BSD utilities</source> 
    878         <translation type="unfinished"></translation> 
     916        <translation type="unfinished"> 
     917            </translation> 
    879918    </message> 
    880919</context> 
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