anna/choose_modules (multiselect)
Installer components to load: All components of the installer needed to complete the install will be loaded automatically and are not listed here. Some other (optional) installer components are shown below. They are probably not necessary, but may be interesting to some users. . Note that if you select a component that requires others, those components will also be loaded.
Choices:
Default:

anna/choose_modules_lowmem (multiselect)
Installer components to load: To save memory, only components that are certainly needed for an install are selected by default. The other installer components are not all necessary for a basic install, but you may need some of them, especially certain kernel modules, so look through the list carefully and select the components you need. . Note that if you select a component that requires others, those components will also be loaded.
Choices:
Default:

anna/progress_title (text)
Loading additional components

anna/progress_step_retr (text)
Retrieving ${PACKAGE}

anna/progress_step_conf (text)
Configuring ${PACKAGE}

anna/install_failed (error)
Failed to load installer component Loading ${PACKAGE} failed for unknown reasons. Aborting.

anna/no_kernel_modules (boolean)
Continue the install without loading kernel modules? No kernel modules were found. This probably is due to a mismatch between the kernel used by this version of the installer and the kernel version available in the archive. . If you're installing from a mirror, you can work around this problem by choosing to install a different version of Debian. The install will probably fail to work if you continue without kernel modules.
Default: false

anna/retriever (string)
for internal use only Default retriever

anna/standard_modules (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Install standard modules?
Default: true

apt-setup/cdrom/failed (error)
apt configuration problem An attempt to configure apt to install additional packages from the CD failed.

apt-setup/cdrom/set-first (boolean)
Scan another CD or DVD? Your installation CD or DVD has been scanned; its label is: . ${LABEL} . You now have the option to scan additional CDs or DVDs for use by the package manager (apt). Normally these should be from the same set as the installation CD/DVD. If you do not have any additional CDs or DVDs available, this step can just be skipped. . If you wish to scan another CD or DVD, please insert it now.
Default: false

apt-setup/cdrom/set-next (boolean)
Scan another CD or DVD? The CD or DVD with the following label has been scanned: . ${LABEL} . If you wish to scan another CD or DVD, please insert it now.
Default: false

apt-setup/cdrom/set-double (boolean)
Scan another CD or DVD? The CD or DVD with the following label has already been scanned: . ${LABEL} . Please replace it now if you wish to scan another CD or DVD.
Default: true

apt-setup/cdrom/set-failed (boolean)
Scan another CD or DVD? An attempt to configure apt to install additional packages from the CD/DVD failed. . Please check that the CD/DVD has been inserted correctly.
Default: true

apt-setup/cdrom/media-change (text)
Media change /cdrom/:Please insert the disc labeled: '${LABEL}' in the drive '/cdrom/' and press enter.

finish-install/progress/apt-cdrom-setup (text)
Disabling netinst CD in sources.list...

apt-setup/use/netinst_old (text)
If you are installing from a netinst CD and choose not to use a mirror, you will end up with only a very minimal base system.

apt-setup/use/netinst (text)
You are installing from a netinst CD, which by itself only allows installation of a very minimal base system. Use a mirror to install a more complete system.

apt-setup/use/cd (text)
You are installing from a CD, which contains a limited selection of packages.

apt-setup/use/cd-set1 (text)
You have scanned %i CDs. Even though these contain a fair selection of packages, some may be missing (notably some packages needed to support languages other than English).

apt-setup/use/cd-set2 (text)
You have scanned %i CDs. Even though these contain a large selection of packages, some may be missing.

apt-setup/use/cd-note (text)
Note that using a mirror can result in a large amount of data being downloaded during the next step of the installation.

apt-setup/use/dvd (text)
You are installing from a DVD. Even though the DVD contains a large selection of packages, some may be missing.

apt-setup/use/inet1 (text)
Unless you don't have a good Internet connection, use of a mirror is recommended, especially if you plan to install a graphical desktop environment.

apt-setup/use/inet2 (text)
If you have a reasonably good Internet connection, use of a mirror is suggested if you plan to install a graphical desktop environment.

apt-setup/disable-cdrom-entries (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded When set to true, apt-setup always disables cdrom entries from APT's configuration. Otherwise, it disables them only when a netinst image has been used. . This option can be preseeded for automated installations that should not reference the installation media in the target system.
Default: false

apt-setup/non-free (boolean)
Use non-free software? Some non-free software has been made to work with Debian. Though this software is not at all a part of Debian, standard Debian tools can be used to install it. This software has varying licenses which may prevent you from using, modifying, or sharing it. . Please choose whether you want to have it available anyway.
Default: false

apt-setup/contrib (boolean)
Use contrib software? Some additional software has been made to work with Debian. Though this software is free, it depends on non-free software for its operation. This software is not a part of Debian, but standard Debian tools can be used to install it. . Please choose whether you want this software to be made available to you.
Default: false

apt-setup/mirror/error (select)
Downloading a file failed: The installer failed to access the mirror. This may be a problem with your network, or with the mirror. You can choose to retry the download, select a different mirror, or ignore the problem and continue without all the packages from this mirror.
Choices: Retry, Change mirror, Ignore
Default: Retry

apt-setup/use_mirror (boolean)
Use a network mirror? A network mirror can be used to supplement the software that is included on the CD-ROM. This may also make newer versions of software available. . ${EXPLANATION}
Default:

apt-setup/no_mirror (boolean)
Continue without a network mirror? No network mirror was selected. . If you are installing from a netinst CD and choose not to use a mirror, you will end up with only a very minimal base system.
Default: false

apt-setup/progress/title (text)
Configuring apt

apt-setup/progress/fallback (text)
Running ${SCRIPT}...

apt-setup/progress/local (text)
Scanning local repositories...

apt-setup/progress/security (text)
Scanning the security updates repository...

apt-setup/progress/updates (text)
Scanning the release updates repository...

apt-setup/progress/backports (text)
Scanning the backports repository...

apt-setup/local/key-error (select)
Downloading local repository key failed: The installer failed to download the public key used to sign the local repository at ${MIRROR}: . ${URL} . This may be a problem with your network, or with the server hosting this key. You can choose to retry the download, or ignore the problem and continue without all the packages from this repository.
Choices: Retry, Ignore
Default: Retry

apt-setup/security_host (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Host to use for security updates

apt-setup/service-failed (error)
Cannot access repository The repository on ${HOST} couldn't be accessed, so its updates will not be made available to you at this time. You should investigate this later. . Commented out entries for ${HOST} have been added to the /etc/apt/sources.list file.

apt-setup/services-select (multiselect)
Services to use: Debian has two services that provide updates to releases: security and release updates. . Security updates help to keep your system secured against attacks. Enabling this service is strongly recommended. . Release updates provide more current versions for software that changes relatively frequently and where not having the latest version could reduce the usability of the software. It also provides regression fixes. This service is only available for stable and oldstable releases. . Backported software are adapted from the development version to work with this release. Although this software has not gone through such complete testing as that contained in the release, it includes newer versions of some applications which may provide useful features. Enabling backports here does not cause any of them to be installed by default; it only allows you to manually select backports to use.
Choices: security updates (from ${SEC_HOST}), release updates, backported software
Default: security, updates

apt-setup/enable-source-repositories (boolean)
Enable source repositories in APT? By default source repositories are listed in /etc/apt/sources.list (with appropriate "deb-src" lines) so that "apt-get source" works. However, if you don't need this feature, you can disable those entries and save some bandwidth during "apt-get update" operations.
Default: true

apt-setup/multiarch (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Set to the list of architectures for which packages can be installed without using 'dpkg --force-architecture', in addition to the native architecture. If empty, only allow installing packages from the native architecture.

arcboot/boot_device (string)
Disk for boot loader installation: Arcboot must be installed into the volume header of a disk with a SGI disklabel. Usually the volume header of /dev/sda is used. Please give the device name of the disk on which to put arcboot.

arcboot-installer/serial-console (note)
Arcboot configured to use a serial console Arcboot is configured to use the serial port ${PORT} as the console. The serial port speed is set to ${SPEED}.

arcboot-installer/apt-install-failed (boolean)
Arcboot installation failed. Continue anyway? The arcboot package failed to install into /target/. Installing Arcboot as a boot loader is a required step. The install problem might however be unrelated to Arcboot, so continuing the installation may be possible.
Default:

arcboot-installer/prom-variables (note)
Setting PROM variables for Arcboot If this is the first Linux installation on this machine, or if the hard drives have been repartitioned, some variables need to be set in the PROM before the system is able to boot normally. . At the end of this installation stage, the system will reboot. After this, enter the command monitor from the "Stop for Maintenance" option, and enter the following commands: . setenv SystemPartition scsi(${BOOTBUS})disk(${BOOTID})rdisk(${BOOTLUN})partition(8) setenv OSLoadPartition scsi(${ROOTBUS})disk(${ROOTID})rdisk(${ROOTLUN})partition(${ROOTPART}) setenv OSLoader arcboot setenv OSLoadFilename Linux . You will only need to do this once. Afterwards, enter the "boot" command or reboot the system to proceed to your newly installed system.

base-installer/no_target_mounted (error)
No file system mounted on /target Before the installation can proceed, a root file system must be mounted on /target. The partitioner and formatter should have done this for you.

base-installer/unclean_target_cancel (error)
Not installing to unclean target The installation to the target file system has been canceled. You should go back and erase or format the target file system before proceeding with the install.

base-installer/progress/preparing (text)
Preparing to install the base system...

base-installer/progress/installing-base (text)
Installing the base system

base-installer/progress/fallback (text)
Running ${SCRIPT}...

base-installer/section/setup_dev (text)
Setting up the base system...

base-installer/section/configure_apt (text)
Configuring APT sources...

base-installer/section/apt_update (text)
Updating the list of available packages...

base-installer/section/install_extra (text)
Installing extra packages...

base-installer/section/install_extra_package (text)
Installing extra packages - retrieving and installing ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/install-recommends (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Will configure APT in the target system not to install recommened packages by default. For experienced users only.
Default: true

base-installer/cannot_install (error)
Cannot install base system The installer cannot figure out how to install the base system. No installable CD-ROM was found and no valid mirror was configured.

base-installer/no_codename (error)
Debootstrap Error Failed to determine the codename for the release.

base-installer/debootstrap-failed (error)
Failed to install the base system The base system installation into /target/ failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

base-installer/debootstrap/error-exitcode (error)
Base system installation error The debootstrap program exited with an error (return value ${EXITCODE}). . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

base-installer/debootstrap/error-abnormal (error)
Base system installation error The debootstrap program exited abnormally. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

base-installer/debootstrap/fallback-error (error)
Debootstrap Error The following error occurred: . ${ERROR} . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

base-installer/initramfs/generator (select)
Tool to use to generate boot initrd: The list shows the available tools. If you are unsure which to select, you should select the default. If your system fails to boot, you can retry the installation using the other options.
Choices:
Default:

base-installer/initramfs/unsupported (error)
Unsupported initrd generator The package ${GENERATOR} that was selected to generate the initrd is not supported.

base-installer/initramfs-tools/driver-policy (select)
Drivers to include in the initrd: The primary function of an initrd is to allow the kernel to mount the root file system. It therefore needs to contain all drivers and supporting programs required to do that. . A generic initrd is much larger than a targeted one and may even be so large that some boot loaders are unable to load it but has the advantage that it can be used to boot the target system on almost any hardware. With the smaller targeted initrd there is a very small chance that not all needed drivers are included.
Choices: generic: include all available drivers, targeted: only include drivers needed for this system
Default:

base-installer/kernel/failed-install (error)
Unable to install the selected kernel An error was returned while trying to install the kernel into the target system. . Kernel package: '${KERNEL}'. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

base-installer/kernel/image (select)
Kernel to install: The list shows the available kernels. Please choose one of them in order to make the system bootable from the hard drive.
Choices: ${KERNELS}, none[ Do not translate what's inside the brackets and just put the translation for the word "none" in your language without any brackets. This "none" means "no kernel" ]
Default:

base-installer/kernel/altmeta (text)
for internal use; can be preseeded Optional postfix for kernel meta packages; can be used for example to support installation of an updated kernel for stable. Don't include the leading hyphen: it will be prepended in the code.

base-installer/kernel/skip-install (boolean)
Continue without installing a kernel? No installable kernel was found in the defined APT sources. . You may try to continue without a kernel, and manually install your own kernel later. This is only recommended for experts, otherwise you will likely end up with a machine that doesn't boot.
Default: false

base-installer/kernel/no-kernels-found (error)
Cannot install kernel The installer cannot find a suitable kernel package to install.

base-installer/kernel/failed-package-install (error)
Unable to install ${PACKAGE} An error was returned while trying to install the ${PACKAGE} package onto the target system. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

base-installer/debootstrap/error/nogetrel (error)
Debootstrap Error Failed getting Release file ${SUBST0}.

base-installer/debootstrap/error/nogetrelsig (error)
Debootstrap Error Failed getting Release signature file ${SUBST0}.

base-installer/debootstrap/error/unknownrelsig (error)
Debootstrap Error Release file signed by unknown key (key id ${SUBST0})

base-installer/debootstrap/error/invalidrel (error)
Debootstrap Error Invalid Release file: no valid components.

base-installer/debootstrap/error/missingrelentry (error)
Debootstrap Error Invalid Release file: no entry for ${SUBST0}.

base-installer/debootstrap/error/couldntdl (error)
Debootstrap Error Couldn't retrieve ${SUBST0}. This may be due to a network problem or a bad CD, depending on your installation method. . If you are installing from CD-R or CD-RW, burning the CD at a lower speed may help.

base-installer/debootstrap/section/downrel (text)
Retrieving Release file

base-installer/debootstrap/progress/downrelsig (text)
Retrieving Release file signature

base-installer/debootstrap/section/sizedebs (text)
Finding package sizes

base-installer/debootstrap/section/downpkgs (text)
Retrieving Packages files

base-installer/debootstrap/section/downmainpkgs (text)
Retrieving Packages file

base-installer/debootstrap/section/downdebs (text)
Retrieving packages

base-installer/debootstrap/section/extractpkgs (text)
Extracting packages

base-installer/debootstrap/section/instbase (text)
Installing the base system

base-installer/debootstrap/section/instcore (text)
Installing core packages

base-installer/debootstrap/section/unpackreq (text)
Unpacking required packages

base-installer/debootstrap/section/confreq (text)
Configuring required packages

base-installer/debootstrap/section/unpackbase (text)
Unpacking the base system

base-installer/debootstrap/section/confbase (text)
Configuring the base system

base-installer/debootstrap/fallback-info (text)
${SECTION}: ${INFO}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/validating (text)
Validating ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/retrieving (text)
Retrieving ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/extracting (text)
Extracting ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/unpacking (text)
Unpacking ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/configuring (text)
Configuring ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/releasesig (text)
Checking Release signature

base-installer/debootstrap/info/validrelsig (text)
Valid Release signature (key id ${SUBST0})

base-installer/debootstrap/info/resolvebase (text)
Resolving dependencies of base packages...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/newbase (text)
Found additional base dependencies: ${SUBST0}

base-installer/debootstrap/info/newrequired (text)
Found additional required dependencies: ${SUBST0}

base-installer/debootstrap/info/redundantbase (text)
Found packages in base already in required: ${SUBST0}

base-installer/debootstrap/info/resolvereq (text)
Resolving dependencies of required packages...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/checkingsizes (text)
Checking component ${SUBST0} on ${SUBST1}...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/instcore (text)
Installing core packages...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/unpackreq (text)
Unpacking required packages...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/confreq (text)
Configuring required packages...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/instbase (text)
Installing base packages...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/unpackbase (text)
Unpacking the base system...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/confbase (text)
Configuring the base system...

base-installer/debootstrap/info/basesuccess (text)
Base system installed successfully.

base-installer/debootstrap/fallback-warning (error)
Debootstrap warning Warning: ${INFO}

base-installer/debootstrap/warning/retrying (text)
Retrying failed download of ${SUBST0}

base-installer/section/configure_apt (text)
Configuring APT sources...

base-installer/section/pick_kernel (text)
Selecting the kernel to install...

base-installer/section/install_linux (text)
Installing the kernel...

base-installer/section/install_kernel_package (text)
Installing the kernel - retrieving and installing ${SUBST0}...

base-installer/includes (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Packages to be included in base installation

base-installer/excludes (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Packages to be excluded in base installation

base-installer/debootstrap_script (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Force use of a specific debootstrap script

debconf/button-goback (text)
Go Back

debconf/button-yes (text)
Yes

debconf/button-no (text)
No

debconf/button-help (text)
Help

debconf/text-direction (text)
LTR

debconf/gtk-button-screenshot (text)
Screenshot

debconf/gtk-screenshot-saved (text)
Screenshot saved as %s

debconf/show-password (text)
Show Password in Clear

debconf/button-goback (text)
Go Back

debconf/button-yes (text)
Yes

debconf/button-no (text)
No

debconf/button-help (text)
Help

debconf/text-direction (text)
LTR

debconf/gtk-button-screenshot (text)
Screenshot

debconf/gtk-screenshot-saved (text)
Screenshot saved as %s

debconf/show-password (text)
Show Password in Clear

debconf/button-goback (text)
Go Back

debconf/button-yes (text)
Yes

debconf/button-no (text)
No

debconf/button-cancel (text)
Cancel

debconf/help-line (text)
moves; selects; activates buttons

debconf/help-line-f1 (text)
for help; moves; selects; activates buttons

debconf/show-password (text)
Show Password in Clear

debconf/button-no (text)
No

cdebconf/frontend/none (string)
None 'None' will never ask you any question.

cdebconf/frontend/text (string)
Text 'Text' is a traditional plain text interface.

cdebconf/frontend/newt (string)
Newt 'Newt' is a full-screen, character based interface.

cdebconf/frontend/gtk (string)
GTK 'GTK' is a graphical interface that may be used in any graphical environment.

debconf/text-help-keystrokes (text)
KEYSTROKES:

debconf/text-help-keystroke (text)
'%c'

debconf/text-help-help (text)
Display this help message

debconf/text-help-goback (text)
Go back to previous question

debconf/text-help-clear (text)
Select an empty entry

debconf/text-help-otherchoices (text)
Other choices are available with '%c' and '%c'

debconf/text-help-prevchoices (text)
Previous choices are available with '%c'

debconf/text-help-nextchoices (text)
Next choices are available with '%c'

debconf/yes (text)
Yes

debconf/no (text)
No

debconf/text-prompt-default (text)
Prompt: '%c' for help, default=%d>

debconf/text-prompt (text)
Prompt: '%c' for help>

debconf/text-prompt-default-string (text)
Prompt: '%c' for help, default=%s>

debconf/cont-prompt (text)
for internal use only Default language

debconf/priority (select)
Ignore questions with a priority less than: Packages that use debconf for configuration prioritize the questions they might ask you. Only questions with a certain priority or higher are actually shown to you; all less important questions are skipped. . You can select the lowest priority of question you want to see: - 'critical' is for items that will probably break the system without user intervention. - 'high' is for items that don't have reasonable defaults. - 'medium' is for normal items that have reasonable defaults. - 'low' is for trivial items that have defaults that will work in the vast majority of cases. . For example, this question is of medium priority, and if your priority were already 'high' or 'critical', you wouldn't see this question.
Choices: critical, high, medium, low
Default: high

debconf/frontend (string)
for internal use only Frontend to use. Change this setting in your script to switch the cdebconf frontend upon the next GO command.

debconf/showold (boolean)
for internal use only Display again already asked questions
Default: false

debconf/translations-dropped (boolean)
for internal use only Set to true by cdebconf when translations have been permanently dropped from the database due to DEBCONF_DROP_TRANSLATIONS=1 and cannot be reloaded.
Default: false

debconf/entropy/gtk/help (text)
You can help speed up the process by entering random characters on the keyboard or by making random movements with the mouse.

debconf/entropy/success (text)
Key data has been created successfully.

debconf/entropy/text/help (text)
You can help speed up the process by entering random characters on the keyboard, or just wait until enough key data has been collected (which can take a long time).

debconf/entropy/success (text)
Key data has been created successfully.

debconf/entropy/text/help (text)
You can help speed up the process by entering random characters on the keyboard, or just wait until enough key data has been collected (which can take a long time).

debconf/entropy/success (text)
Key data has been created successfully.

debconf/terminal/gtk/confirm-message (text)
Choose "Continue" to really exit the shell and resume the installation; any processes still running in the shell will be aborted.

cdrom-checker/askmount (note)
Insert a Debian CD-ROM Please insert one of the official Debian CD-ROMs into the drive before continuing.

cdrom-checker/mntfailed (error)
Failed to mount CD-ROM The CD-ROM ${CDROM} could not be mounted correctly. Please check the media and cables, and try it again.

cdrom-checker/wrongcd (error)
No valid Debian CD-ROM The CD-ROM you have inserted is not a valid Debian CD-ROM. Please change the disk.

cdrom-checker/md5file_failed (error)
Failed to open checksum file Opening the MD5 file on the CD-ROM failed. This file contains the checksums of the files located on the CD-ROM.

cdrom-checker/passed (note)
Integrity test successful The CD-ROM integrity test was successful. The CD-ROM is valid.

cdrom-checker/mismatch (error)
Integrity test failed The ${FILE} file failed the MD5 checksum verification. Your CD-ROM or this file may have been corrupted.

cdrom-checker/nextcd (boolean)
Check the integrity of another CD-ROM?
Default: false

cdrom-checker/firstcd (note)
Insert Debian boot CD-ROM Please make sure you have inserted the Debian boot CD-ROM to continue with the installation.

cdrom-checker/progress_title (text)
Checking CD-ROM integrity

cdrom-checker/progress_step (text)
Checking file: ${FILE}

debian-installer/cdrom-checker/title (text)
Check the CD-ROM(s) integrity

cdrom-detect/load_media (boolean)
Load CD-ROM drivers from removable media? No common CD-ROM drive was detected. . You may need to load additional CD-ROM drivers from removable media, such as a driver floppy. If you have such media available now, insert it, and continue. Otherwise, you will be given the option to manually select CD-ROM modules.
Default: true

cdrom-detect/detect_progress_title (text)
Detecting hardware to find CD-ROM drives

cdrom-detect/manual_config (boolean)
Manually select a CD-ROM module and device? No common CD-ROM drive was detected. . Your CD-ROM drive may be an old Mitsumi or another non-IDE, non-SCSI CD-ROM drive. In that case you should choose which module to load and the device to use. If you don't know which module and device are needed, look for some documentation or try a network installation instead of a CD-ROM installation.
Default: true

cdrom-detect/retry (boolean)
Retry mounting the CD-ROM? Your installation CD-ROM couldn't be mounted. This probably means that the CD-ROM was not in the drive. If so you can insert it and try again.
Default: true

cdrom-detect/cdrom_module (select)
Module needed for accessing the CD-ROM: The automatic detection didn't find a CD-ROM drive. You can try to load a specific module if you have an unusual CD-ROM drive (that is neither IDE nor SCSI).
Choices:
Default: none

cdrom-detect/cdrom_device (string)
Device file for accessing the CD-ROM: In order to access your CD-ROM drive, please enter the device file that should be used. Non-standard CD-ROM drives use non-standard device files (such as /dev/mcdx). . You may switch to the shell on the second terminal (ALT+F2) to check the available devices in /dev with "ls /dev". You can return to this screen by pressing ALT+F1.

cdrom-detect/cdrom_fs (string)
for internal use only File system used on cdrom-detect/cdrom_device.

cdrom-detect/hybrid (boolean)
for internal use only Set if the CD appears to be on a USB stick.
Default: false

cdrom-detect/usb-hdd (boolean)
for internal use only Set if the CD appears to be a live USB-HDD image.
Default: false

cdrom-detect/scanning_progress_title (text)
Scanning CD-ROM

cdrom-detect/scanning_progress_step (text)
Scanning ${DIR}...

cdrom-detect/success (note)
CD-ROM detected The CD-ROM autodetection was successful. A CD-ROM drive has been found and it currently contains the CD ${cdname}. The installation will now continue.

cdrom-detect/unetbootin_detected (note)
UNetbootin media detected It appears that your installation medium was generated using UNetbootin. UNetbootin is regularly linked with difficult or unreproducible problem reports from users; if you have problems using this installation medium, please try your installation again without using UNetbootin before reporting issues. . The installation guide contains more information on how to create a USB installation medium directly without UNetbootin.

cdrom-detect/wrong-cd (error)
Incorrect CD-ROM detected The CD-ROM drive contains a CD which cannot be used for installation. . Please insert a suitable CD to continue with the installation.

cdrom-detect/no-release (error)
Error reading Release file The CD-ROM does not seem to contain a valid 'Release' file, or that file could not be read correctly. . You may try to repeat CD-ROM detection but, even if it does succeed the second time, you may experience problems later in the installation.

cdrom-detect/eject (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Set to false to prevent the system from ejecting the CD-ROM before rebooting
Default: true

cdrom/suite (select)
for internal use only Debian version to install
Choices:
Default:

cdrom/codename (string)
for internal use only Codename for the selected suite

finish-install/progress/cdrom-detect (text)
Unmounting and ejecting CD-ROM...

debian-installer/cdrom-detect/title (text)
Detect and mount CD-ROM

clock-setup/utc (boolean)
Is the system clock set to UTC? System clocks are generally set to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The operating system uses your time zone to convert system time into local time. This is recommended unless you also use another operating system that expects the clock to be set to local time.
Default: true

finish-install/progress/clock-setup (text)
Configuring clock settings...

clock-setup/progress/title (text)
Setting up the clock

clock-setup/ntp (boolean)
Set the clock using NTP? The Network Time Protocol (NTP) can be used to set the system's clock. The installation process works best with a correctly set clock.
Default: true

clock-setup/ntp-server (string)
NTP server to use: The default NTP server is almost always a good choice, but if you prefer to use another NTP server, you can enter it here.

clock-setup/progress/ntp (text)
Getting the time from a network time server...

clock-setup/progress/hwclock (text)
Setting the hardware clock...

clock-setup/hwclock-wait (boolean)
Wait another 30 seconds for hwclock to set the clock? Setting the hardware clock is taking longer than expected. The 'hwclock' program used to set the clock may have problems talking to the hardware clock. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . If you choose to not wait for hwclock to finish setting the clock, this system's clock may not be set correctly.
Default: false

clock-setup/system-time-changed (boolean)
for internal use only Set to true when rdate actually updates the system clock.
Default: false

console-setup/use_system_font (text)
Do not change the boot/kernel font

console-setup/guess_font (text)
Let the system select a suitable font

console-setup/framebuffer_only (text)
framebuffer only

console-setup/codeset47 (select)
Character set to support: Please choose the character set that should be supported by the console font. . If you don't use a framebuffer, the choices that start with "." will reduce the number of available colors on the console.
Choices: . Arabic, # Armenian, # Cyrillic - KOI8-R and KOI8-U, # Cyrillic - non-Slavic languages, # Cyrillic - Slavic languages (also Bosnian and Serbian Latin), . Ethiopic, # Georgian, # Greek, # Hebrew, # Lao, # Latin1 and Latin5 - western Europe and Turkic languages, # Latin2 - central Europe and Romanian, # Latin3 and Latin8 - Chichewa; Esperanto; Irish; Maltese and Welsh, # Latin7 - Lithuanian; Latvian; Maori and Marshallese, . Latin - Vietnamese, # Thai, . Combined - Latin; Slavic Cyrillic; Hebrew; basic Arabic, . Combined - Latin; Slavic Cyrillic; Greek, . Combined - Latin; Slavic and non-Slavic Cyrillic, Guess optimal character set
Default:

console-setup/fontface47 (select)
Font for the console: "VGA" has a traditional appearance and has medium coverage of international scripts. "Fixed" has a simplistic appearance and has better coverage of international scripts. "Terminus" may help to reduce eye fatigue, though some symbols have a similar aspect which may be a problem for programmers. . If you prefer a bold version of the Terminus font, choose either TerminusBold (if you use a framebuffer) or TerminusBoldVGA (otherwise).
Choices:
Default:

console-setup/fontsize-text47 (select)
Font size: Please select the size of the font for the console. For reference, the font used when the computer boots has size 8x16.
Choices:
Default:

console-setup/fontsize-fb47 (select)
Font size: Please select the size of the font for the console. For reference, the font used when the computer boots has size 8x16. Some font sizes require the kbd console package (not console-tools) plus framebuffer.
Choices:
Default:

console-setup/charmap47 (select)
Encoding to use on the console:
Choices:
Default:

console-setup/fontsize (string)
for internal use

console-setup/codesetcode (string)
for internal use

console-setup/store_defaults_in_debconf_db (boolean)
for internal use
Default: true

debian-installer/console-setup-udeb/title (text)
Configure the keyboard

keyboard-configuration/other (text)
Other

keyboard-configuration/model (select)
Keyboard model: Please select the model of the keyboard of this machine.
Choices:
Default:

keyboard-configuration/layout (select)
Country of origin for the keyboard: The layout of keyboards varies per country, with some countries having multiple common layouts. Please select the country of origin for the keyboard of this computer.
Choices:
Default:

keyboard-configuration/variant (select)
Keyboard layout: Please select the layout matching the keyboard for this machine.
Choices:
Default:

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_config_layout (boolean)
Keep the current keyboard layout in the configuration file? The current keyboard layout in the configuration file /etc/default/keyboard is defined as XKBLAYOUT="${XKBLAYOUT}" and XKBVARIANT="${XKBVARIANT}". . Please choose whether you want to keep it. If you choose this option, no questions about the keyboard layout will be asked and the current configuration will be preserved.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_layout (boolean)
Keep default keyboard layout (${XKBLAYOUTVARIANT})? The default value for the keyboard layout is XKBLAYOUT="${XKBLAYOUT}" and XKBVARIANT="${XKBVARIANT}". This default value is based on the currently defined language/region and the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. . Please choose whether you want to keep it. If you choose this option, no questions about the keyboard layout will be asked.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_config_options (boolean)
Keep current keyboard options in the configuration file? The current keyboard options in the configuration file /etc/default/keyboard are defined as XKBOPTIONS="${XKBOPTIONS}". . If you choose to keep these options, no questions about the keyboard options will be asked.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_options (boolean)
Keep default keyboard options (${XKBOPTIONS})? The default value for the options of the keyboard layout is XKBOPTIONS="${XKBOPTIONS}". It is based on the currently defined language/region and the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. . If you choose to keep it, no questions about the keyboard options will be asked.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/toggle (select)
Method for toggling between national and Latin mode: You will need a way to toggle the keyboard between the national layout and the standard Latin layout. . Right Alt or Caps Lock keys are often chosen for ergonomic reasons (in the latter case, use the combination Shift+Caps Lock for normal Caps toggle). Alt+Shift is also a popular combination; it will however lose its usual behavior in Emacs and other programs that use it for specific needs. . Not all listed keys are present on all keyboards.
Choices: Caps Lock, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Control, Right Shift, Right Logo key, Menu key, Alt+Shift, Control+Shift, Control+Alt, Alt+Caps Lock, Left Control+Left Shift, Left Alt, Left Control, Left Shift, Left Logo key, Scroll Lock key, No toggling
Default: Alt+Shift

keyboard-configuration/switch (select)
Method for temporarily toggling between national and Latin input: When the keyboard is in national mode and one wants to type only a few Latin letters, it might be more appropriate to switch temporarily to Latin mode. The keyboard remains in that mode as long as the chosen key is kept pressed. That key may also be used to input national letters when the keyboard is in Latin mode. . You can disable this feature by choosing "No temporary switch".
Choices: No temporary switch, Both Logo keys, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Logo key, Left Alt, Left Logo key
Default: No temporary switch

keyboard-configuration/altgr (select)
Key to function as AltGr: With some keyboard layouts, AltGr is a modifier key used to input some characters, primarily ones that are unusual for the language of the keyboard layout, such as foreign currency symbols and accented letters. These are often printed as an extra symbol on keys.
Choices: The default for the keyboard layout, No AltGr key, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Control, Right Logo key, Menu key, Left Alt, Left Logo key, Keypad Enter key, Both Logo keys, Both Alt keys
Default: Right Alt (AltGr)

keyboard-configuration/compose (select)
Compose key: The Compose key (known also as Multi_key) causes the computer to interpret the next few keystrokes as a combination in order to produce a character not found on the keyboard. . On the text console the Compose key does not work in Unicode mode. If not in Unicode mode, regardless of what you choose here, you can always also use the Control+period combination as a Compose key.
Choices: No compose key, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Control, Right Logo key, Menu key, Left Logo key, Caps Lock
Default: No compose key

keyboard-configuration/ctrl_alt_bksp (boolean)
Use Control+Alt+Backspace to terminate the X server? By default the combination Control+Alt+Backspace does nothing. If you want it can be used to terminate the X server.
Default: false

keyboard-configuration/xkb-keymap (select)
Keymap to use:
Choices: American English, Albanian, Arabic, Asturian, Bangladesh, Belarusian, Bengali, Belgian, Bosnian, Brazilian, British English, Bulgarian (BDS layout), Bulgarian (phonetic layout), Burmese, Canadian French, Canadian Multilingual, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Dvorak, Dzongkha, Esperanto, Estonian, Ethiopian, Finnish, French, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Kirghiz, Korean, Kurdish (F layout), Kurdish (Q layout), Lao, Latin American, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malayalam, Nepali, Northern Sami, Norwegian, Persian, Philippines, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic), Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss French, Swiss German, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish (F layout), Turkish (Q layout), Ukrainian, Uyghur, Vietnamese
Default:

keyboard-configuration/modelcode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/layoutcode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/variantcode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/optionscode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/store_defaults_in_debconf_db (boolean)
for internal use
Default: true

debian-installer/console-setup-udeb/title (text)
Configure the keyboard

keyboard-configuration/other (text)
Other

keyboard-configuration/model (select)
Keyboard model: Please select the model of the keyboard of this machine.
Choices:
Default:

keyboard-configuration/layout (select)
Country of origin for the keyboard: The layout of keyboards varies per country, with some countries having multiple common layouts. Please select the country of origin for the keyboard of this computer.
Choices:
Default:

keyboard-configuration/variant (select)
Keyboard layout: Please select the layout matching the keyboard for this machine.
Choices:
Default:

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_config_layout (boolean)
Keep the current keyboard layout in the configuration file? The current keyboard layout in the configuration file /etc/default/keyboard is defined as XKBLAYOUT="${XKBLAYOUT}" and XKBVARIANT="${XKBVARIANT}". . Please choose whether you want to keep it. If you choose this option, no questions about the keyboard layout will be asked and the current configuration will be preserved.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_layout (boolean)
Keep default keyboard layout (${XKBLAYOUTVARIANT})? The default value for the keyboard layout is XKBLAYOUT="${XKBLAYOUT}" and XKBVARIANT="${XKBVARIANT}". This default value is based on the currently defined language/region and the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. . Please choose whether you want to keep it. If you choose this option, no questions about the keyboard layout will be asked.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_config_options (boolean)
Keep current keyboard options in the configuration file? The current keyboard options in the configuration file /etc/default/keyboard are defined as XKBOPTIONS="${XKBOPTIONS}". . If you choose to keep these options, no questions about the keyboard options will be asked.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/unsupported_options (boolean)
Keep default keyboard options (${XKBOPTIONS})? The default value for the options of the keyboard layout is XKBOPTIONS="${XKBOPTIONS}". It is based on the currently defined language/region and the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. . If you choose to keep it, no questions about the keyboard options will be asked.
Default: true

keyboard-configuration/toggle (select)
Method for toggling between national and Latin mode: You will need a way to toggle the keyboard between the national layout and the standard Latin layout. . Right Alt or Caps Lock keys are often chosen for ergonomic reasons (in the latter case, use the combination Shift+Caps Lock for normal Caps toggle). Alt+Shift is also a popular combination; it will however lose its usual behavior in Emacs and other programs that use it for specific needs. . Not all listed keys are present on all keyboards.
Choices: Caps Lock, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Control, Right Shift, Right Logo key, Menu key, Alt+Shift, Control+Shift, Control+Alt, Alt+Caps Lock, Left Control+Left Shift, Left Alt, Left Control, Left Shift, Left Logo key, Scroll Lock key, No toggling
Default: Alt+Shift

keyboard-configuration/switch (select)
Method for temporarily toggling between national and Latin input: When the keyboard is in national mode and one wants to type only a few Latin letters, it might be more appropriate to switch temporarily to Latin mode. The keyboard remains in that mode as long as the chosen key is kept pressed. That key may also be used to input national letters when the keyboard is in Latin mode. . You can disable this feature by choosing "No temporary switch".
Choices: No temporary switch, Both Logo keys, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Logo key, Left Alt, Left Logo key
Default: No temporary switch

keyboard-configuration/altgr (select)
Key to function as AltGr: With some keyboard layouts, AltGr is a modifier key used to input some characters, primarily ones that are unusual for the language of the keyboard layout, such as foreign currency symbols and accented letters. These are often printed as an extra symbol on keys.
Choices: The default for the keyboard layout, No AltGr key, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Control, Right Logo key, Menu key, Left Alt, Left Logo key, Keypad Enter key, Both Logo keys, Both Alt keys
Default: Right Alt (AltGr)

keyboard-configuration/compose (select)
Compose key: The Compose key (known also as Multi_key) causes the computer to interpret the next few keystrokes as a combination in order to produce a character not found on the keyboard. . On the text console the Compose key does not work in Unicode mode. If not in Unicode mode, regardless of what you choose here, you can always also use the Control+period combination as a Compose key.
Choices: No compose key, Right Alt (AltGr), Right Control, Right Logo key, Menu key, Left Logo key, Caps Lock
Default: No compose key

keyboard-configuration/ctrl_alt_bksp (boolean)
Use Control+Alt+Backspace to terminate the X server? By default the combination Control+Alt+Backspace does nothing. If you want it can be used to terminate the X server.
Default: false

keyboard-configuration/xkb-keymap (select)
Keymap to use:
Choices: American English, Albanian, Arabic, Asturian, Bangladesh, Belarusian, Bengali, Belgian, Bosnian, Brazilian, British English, Bulgarian (BDS layout), Bulgarian (phonetic layout), Burmese, Canadian French, Canadian Multilingual, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Dvorak, Dzongkha, Esperanto, Estonian, Ethiopian, Finnish, French, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Kirghiz, Korean, Kurdish (F layout), Kurdish (Q layout), Lao, Latin American, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malayalam, Nepali, Northern Sami, Norwegian, Persian, Philippines, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic), Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss French, Swiss German, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish (F layout), Turkish (Q layout), Ukrainian, Uyghur, Vietnamese
Default:

keyboard-configuration/modelcode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/layoutcode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/variantcode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/optionscode (string)
for internal use

keyboard-configuration/store_defaults_in_debconf_db (boolean)
for internal use
Default: true

debian-installer-launcher/kernel-mismatch/error (error)
Live system kernel and installer kernel don't match The installer can only be used if the kernel versions of the live system (${LIVE_KERNEL}) and of the installer (${DI_KERNEL}) are the same. . Please reboot with the correct kernel (${DI_KERNEL}).

debian-installer/di-utils-exit-installer/title (text)
Exit installer

debian-installer/di-utils-reboot/title (text)
Abort the installation

debian-installer/di-utils-shell/title (text)
Execute a shell

debian-installer/add-kernel-opts (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Extra (custom) boot options to add for target system.

debian-installer/dummy (string)
Dummy template for preseeding unavailable questions The answer to this question has been preseeded (${ID}). If you see this template, you've found a bug in the installer; please file a report.

debian-installer/shell-plugin (terminal)
${TITLE}

debian-installer/shell-plugin-default-title (text)
Interactive shell

debian-installer/terminal-plugin-unavailable (error)
Terminal plugin not available This build of the debian-installer requires the terminal plugin in order to display a shell. Unfortunately, this plugin is currently unavailable. . It should be available after reaching the "Loading additional components" installation step. . ${WORKAROUND}

debian-installer/workaround-gtk (text)
Alternatively, you can open a shell by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F2. Use Alt+F5 to get back to the installer.

debian-installer/choose-desktop/title (text)
Select desktop suite to install

desktop-chooser/question-priority (string)
for internal use only Specify the priority used when asking what desktops to install.

desktop-chooser/suite (multiselect)
Which desktop environments should be installed? There are several alternative Desktop environments available in Debian: . - The K Desktop Environment combine the rock solid fundation of petrified Norwegian mountain trolls and the organisational talent of German engineers with the advantages of free software. - GNU Object Model Environment destills the ingeniuity of the american free independent software movement. - Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment give you all of the above, without the bloat. - Xfce Desktop Environment give you almost all of the above, with even less bloat. - Sugar Learning Platform make free software so easy to use that even kids kan use it. . Pick the ones you want to have available as a choice for users during login.
Choices: The K Desktop Environment, GNU Object Model Environment, Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment, Xfce Desktop Environment, Sugar Learning Platform
Default: gnome

elilo-installer/no-bootpart (error)
No boot partitions detected There were no suitable partitions found for elilo to use. Elilo needs a partition with a FAT file system, and the boot flag set.

debian-installer/elilo-installer/title (text)
Install the elilo boot loader on a hard disk

elilo-installer/progress_installing (text)
Installing the ELILO package

elilo-installer/progress_running (text)
Running ELILO for ${bootdev}

elilo-installer/apt-install-failed (boolean)
ELILO installation failed. Continue anyway? The elilo package failed to install into /target/. Installing ELILO as a boot loader is a required step. The install problem might however be unrelated to ELILO, so continuing the installation may be possible.
Default: true

elilo-installer/failed (error)
ELILO installation failed Running "/usr/sbin/elilo" failed with error code "${ERRCODE}".

debian-installer/finish-install/title (text)
Finish the installation

finish-install/progress/title (text)
Finishing the installation

finish-install/progress/fallback (text)
Running ${SCRIPT}...

finish-install/progress/config-target-network (text)
Configuring network...

finish-install/progress/framebuffer-module-linux-i386 (text)
Setting up frame buffer...

finish-install/progress/umount (text)
Unmounting file systems...

finish-install/progress/reboot (text)
Rebooting into your new system...

finish-install/reboot_in_progress (note)
Installation complete Installation is complete, so it is time to boot into your new system. Make sure to remove the installation media, so that you boot into the new system rather than restarting the installation.

finish-install/keep-consoles (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Don't comment out regular Virtual Consoles during serial console installs
Default: false

flash-kernel-installer/progress_disk (text)
Making the system bootable

flash-kernel-installer/prepare (text)
Preparing the system...

flash-kernel-installer/flashing (text)
Writing the kernel to flash memory...

flash-kernel-installer/generating_image (text)
Generating boot image on disk...

debian-installer/flash-kernel-installer/title (text)
Make the system bootable

grub-installer/only_debian (boolean)
Install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record? It seems that this new installation is the only operating system on this computer. If so, it should be safe to install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record of your first hard drive. . Warning: If the installer failed to detect another operating system that is present on your computer, modifying the master boot record will make that operating system temporarily unbootable, though GRUB can be manually configured later to boot it.
Default: true

grub-installer/sataraid (boolean)
Install the GRUB boot loader to the Serial ATA RAID disk? Installation of GRUB on Serial ATA RAID is experimental. . GRUB is always installed to the master boot record (MBR) of the Serial ATA RAID disk. It is also assumed that disk is listed as the first hard disk in the boot order defined in the system's BIOS setup. . The GRUB root device is: ${GRUBROOT}.
Default: true

grub-installer/sataraid-error (error)
Unable to configure GRUB An error occurred while setting up GRUB for your Serial ATA RAID disk. . The GRUB installation has been aborted.

grub-installer/multipath (boolean)
Install the GRUB boot loader to the multipath device? Installation of GRUB on multipath is experimental. . GRUB is always installed to the master boot record (MBR) of the multipath device. It is also assumed that the WWID of this device is selected as boot device in the system's FibreChannel adapter BIOS. . The GRUB root device is: ${GRUBROOT}.
Default: true

grub-installer/multipath-error (error)
Unable to configure GRUB An error occurred while setting up GRUB for the multipath device. . The GRUB installation has been aborted.

grub-installer/bootdev (string)
Device for boot loader installation: You need to make the newly installed system bootable, by installing the GRUB boot loader on a bootable device. The usual way to do this is to install GRUB on the master boot record of your first hard drive. If you prefer, you can install GRUB elsewhere on the drive, or to another drive, or even to a floppy. . The device should be specified as a device in /dev. Below are some examples: - "/dev/sda" will install GRUB to the master boot record of your first hard drive; - "/dev/sda2" will use the second partition of your first hard drive; - "/dev/sdc5" will use the first extended partition of your third hard drive; - "/dev/fd0" will install GRUB to a floppy.

grub-installer/choose_bootdev (select)
Device for boot loader installation: You need to make the newly installed system bootable, by installing the GRUB boot loader on a bootable device. The usual way to do this is to install GRUB on the master boot record of your first hard drive. If you prefer, you can install GRUB elsewhere on the drive, or to another drive, or even to a floppy.
Choices: Enter device manually, ${DESCRIPTIONS}
Default:

grub-installer/password (password)
GRUB password: The GRUB boot loader offers many powerful interactive features, which could be used to compromise your system if unauthorized users have access to the machine when it is starting up. To defend against this, you may choose a password which will be required before editing menu entries or entering the GRUB command-line interface. By default, any user will still be able to start any menu entry without entering the password. . If you do not wish to set a GRUB password, leave this field blank.

grub-installer/password-again (password)
Re-enter password to verify: Please enter the same GRUB password again to verify that you have typed it correctly.

grub-installer/password-mismatch (error)
Password input error The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again.

grub-installer/password-crypted (password)
for internal use; can be preseeded

grub-installer/apt-install-failed (error)
GRUB installation failed The '${GRUB}' package failed to install into /target/. Without the GRUB boot loader, the installed system will not boot.

grub-installer/grub-install-failed (error)
Unable to install GRUB in ${BOOTDEV} Executing 'grub-install ${BOOTDEV}' failed. . This is a fatal error.

grub-installer/update-grub-failed (error)
Unable to configure GRUB Executing 'update-grub' failed. . This is a fatal error.

grub-installer/grub2_instead_of_grub_legacy (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Set this to false to install GRUB Legacy rather than GRUB 2, if possible.
Default: true

grub-installer/grub_not_mature_on_this_platform (boolean)
Install GRUB? GRUB 2 is the next generation of GNU GRUB, the boot loader that is commonly used on i386/amd64 PCs. It is now also available for ${ARCH}. . It has interesting new features but is still experimental software for this architecture. If you choose to install it, you should be prepared for breakage, and have an idea on how to recover your system if it becomes unbootable. You're advised not to try this in production environments.
Default: false

grub-installer/progress/title (text)
Installing GRUB boot loader

grub-installer/progress/step_os-probe (text)
Looking for other operating systems...

grub-installer/progress/step_install (text)
Installing the '${GRUB}' package...

grub-installer/progress/step_bootdev (text)
Determining GRUB boot device...

grub-installer/progress/step_install_loader (text)
Running "grub-install ${BOOTDEV}"...

grub-installer/progress/step_config_loader (text)
Running "update-grub"...

grub-installer/progress/step_update_etc (text)
Updating /etc/kernel-img.conf...

grub-installer/progress/step_force_efi_removable (text)
Checking whether to force usage of the removable media path

grub-installer/progress/step_mount_filesystems (text)
Mounting filesystems

grub-installer/progress/step_update_debconf_efi_removable (text)
Configuring grub-efi for future usage of the removable media path

debian-installer/grub-installer/title (text)
Install the GRUB boot loader on a hard disk

rescue/menu/grub-reinstall (text)
Reinstall GRUB boot loader

grub-installer/skip (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Skip installing grub?
Default: false

grub-installer/make_active (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Make sure that at least one partition is marked as active (bootable).
Default: true

grub-installer/mounterr (error)
Failed to mount /target/proc Mounting the proc file system on /target/proc failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

rescue/menu/grub-efi-force-removable (text)
Force GRUB installation to the EFI removable media path

grub-installer/force-efi-extra-removable (boolean)
Force GRUB installation to the EFI removable media path? It seems that this computer is configured to boot via EFI, but maybe that configuration will not work for booting from the hard drive. Some EFI firmware implementations do not meet the EFI specification (i.e. they are buggy!) and do not support proper configuration of boot options from system hard drives. . A workaround for this problem is to install an extra copy of the EFI version of the GRUB boot loader to a fallback location, the "removable media path". Almost all EFI systems, no matter how buggy, will boot GRUB that way. . Warning: If the installer failed to detect another operating system that is present on your computer that also depends on this fallback, installing GRUB there will make that operating system temporarily unbootable. GRUB can be manually configured later to boot it if necessary.
Default: false

disk-detect/detect_progress_title (text)
Detecting disks and all other hardware

disk-detect/module_select (select)
Driver needed for your disk drive: No disk drive was detected. If you know the name of the driver needed by your disk drive, you can select it from the list.
Choices: continue with no disk drive, ${CHOICES}, none of the above
Default: continue with no disk drive

disk-detect/cannot_find (error)
No partitionable media No partitionable media were found. . Please check that a hard disk is attached to this machine.

disk-detect/dmraid/enable (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Check for the presence of Serial ATA RAID (dmraid) disks?
Default: false

disk-detect/multipath/enable (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Check for the presence of multipath devices?
Default: false

debian-installer/driver-injection-disk-detect/title (text)
Detect virtual driver disks from hardware manufacturer

driver-injection-disk/load (boolean)
Load drivers from internal virtual driver disk? Installing on this hardware may require some drivers provided by the manufacturer to be loaded from the built-in driver injection disk.
Default: true

ethdetect/use_firewire_ethernet (boolean)
Do you intend to use FireWire Ethernet? No Ethernet card was detected, but a FireWire interface is present. It's possible, though unlikely, that with the right FireWire hardware connected to it, this could be your primary Ethernet interface.
Default: false

ethdetect/cannot_find (error)
Ethernet card not found No Ethernet card was found on the system.

ethdetect/detect_progress_title (text)
Detecting network hardware

ethdetect/prompt_missing_firmware (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Prompt for missing firmware to be provided before the network is up?
Default: true

debian-installer/ethdetect/title (text)
Detect network hardware

hw-detect/load_progress_step (text)
Loading module '${MODULE}' for '${CARDNAME}'...

hw-detect/pcmcia_step (text)
Starting PC card services...

hw-detect/hardware_init_step (text)
Waiting for hardware initialization...

hw-detect/select_modules (multiselect)
Modules to load: The following Linux kernel modules were detected as matching your hardware. If you know some are unnecessary, or cause problems, you can choose not to load them. If you're unsure, you should leave them all selected.
Choices:
Default:

hw-detect/start_pcmcia (boolean)
Start PC card services? Please choose whether PC card services should be started in order to allow the use of PCMCIA cards.
Default: true

hw-detect/pcmcia_resources (string)
PCMCIA resource range options: Some PCMCIA hardware needs special resource configuration options in order to work, and can cause the computer to freeze otherwise. For example, some Dell laptops need "exclude port 0x800-0x8ff" to be specified here. These options will be added to /etc/pcmcia/config.opts. See the installation manual or the PCMCIA HOWTO for more information. . For most hardware, you do not need to specify anything here.

hw-detect/retry_params (string)
Additional parameters for module ${MODULE}: The module ${MODULE} failed to load. You may need to pass parameters to the module to make it work; this is common with older hardware. These parameters are often I/O port and IRQ numbers that vary from machine to machine and cannot be determined from the hardware. An example string looks something like "irq=7 io=0x220" . If you don't know what to enter, consult your documentation, or leave it blank to not load the module.

hw-detect/modprobe_error (error)
Error while running '${CMD_LINE_PARAM}'

hw-detect/load_media (boolean)
Load missing drivers from removable media? A driver for your hardware is not available. You may need to load drivers from removable media, such as a USB stick, or driver floppy. . If you have such media available now, insert it, and continue.
Default: false

hw-detect/load_firmware (boolean)
Load missing firmware from removable media? Some of your hardware needs non-free firmware files to operate. The firmware can be loaded from removable media, such as a USB stick or floppy. . The missing firmware files are: ${FILES} . If you have such media available now, insert it, and continue.
Default: true

base-installer/progress/hw-detect (text)
Checking for firmware...

hw-detect/load-ide (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded
Default: false

save-logs/menu (select)
How should the debug logs be saved or transferred? Debugging log files for the installer can be saved to floppy, served up over the web, or saved to a mounted file system.
Choices: floppy, web, mounted file system
Default:

save-logs/directory (string)
Directory in which to save debug logs: Please make sure the file system you want to save debug logs on is mounted before you continue.

save-logs/bad_directory (error)
Cannot save logs The directory "${DIR}" does not exist.

save-logs/no_network (note)
Web server started, but network not running A simple web server has been started on this computer to serve log files and debug info. However, the network is not set up yet. The web server will be left running, and will be accessible once the network is configured.

save-logs/httpd_running (note)
Web server started A simple web server has been started on this computer to serve log files and debug info. An index of all the available log files can be found at http://${ADDRESS}/

save-logs/insert_floppy (note)
Insert formatted floppy in drive Log files and debug info will be copied into this floppy. . The information will also be stored in /var/log/installer/ on the installed system.

save-logs/floppy_mount_failed (error)
Failed to mount the floppy Either the floppy device cannot be found, or a formatted floppy is not in the drive.

finish-install/progress/save-logs (text)
Gathering information for installation report...

cdrom/suite (select)
for internal use only Suite to install
Choices:
Default:

cdrom/codename (string)
for internal use only Codename for the selected suite

iso-scan/detect_progress_title (text)
Detecting hardware to find hard drives

iso-scan/progress_title (text)
Searching drives for an installer ISO image

iso-scan/progress_mount (text)
Mounting ${DRIVE}...

iso-scan/progress_scan (text)
Scanning ${DRIVE} (in ${DIRECTORY})...

iso-scan/ask_second_pass (boolean)
Do full disk search for installer ISO image? The quick scan for installer ISO images, which looks only in common places, did not find an installer ISO image. It's possible that a more thorough search will find the ISO image, but it may take a long time.
Default: false

iso-scan/no-isos (error)
Failed to find an installer ISO image No installer ISO images were found. If you downloaded the ISO image, it may have a bad filename (not ending in ".iso"), or it may be on a file system that could not be mounted. . You'll have to use an alternative installation method, select another device to look for ISO image, or try again after you've fixed it.

iso-scan/bad-isos (error)
Failed to find an installer ISO image While one or more possible ISO images were found, they could not be mounted. The ISO image you downloaded may be corrupt. . You'll have to use an alternative installation method, select another device to look for ISO image, or try again after you've fixed it.

iso-scan/other-isos (error)
No installer ISO image found While one or more possible ISO images were found, they did not look like valid installer ISO images. . You'll have to use an alternative installation method, select another device to look for ISO image, or try again after you've fixed it.

iso-scan/success (note)
Successfully mounted ${SUITE} installer ISO image The ISO file ${FILENAME} on ${DEVICE} (${SUITE}) will be used as the installation ISO image.

iso-scan/filename (text)
for internal use only For use by other parts of d-i, such as base-installer

shared/ask_device (select)
Device or partition to search for installation ISO(s): You can select a device, manually specify a non-detected device, or rescan available devices (useful for slow USB devices).
Choices: All detected devices, ${DEVICES_LIST}, Enter device manually
Default: all

shared/enter_device (string)
Device name:

iso-scan/ask_which_iso (select)
ISO file to use: One or multiple ISO files have been detected on the selected device(s). Please choose which one you want to use, or ask for a more thorough search.
Choices: ${ISOS_LIST}, Full search
Default:

iso-scan/ask_right_iso (boolean)
Is ISO file ${FILENAME} the correct image for installation? The ISO file ${FILENAME} on ${DEVICE} (${SUITE}, code ${CODENAME}, self-described as '${DESCRIPTION}') will be used as the installation ISO image. . If multiple ISO files exist on the same installer drive, you may select which one you want to use.
Default: true

kbd-chooser/kbd/amiga (text)
Amiga keyboard

kbd-chooser/kbd/atari (text)
Atari keyboard

kbd-chooser/kbd/at (text)
PC-style (AT or PS-2 connector) keyboard

kbd-chooser/kbd/hil (text)
HP HIL keyboard

kbd-chooser/kbd/mac (text)
Mac keyboard

kbd-chooser/kbd/sun (text)
Sun keyboard

kbd-chooser/kbd/usb (text)
USB keyboard

initrd-kickseed/wget-failed (error)
Failed to download Kickstart file The Kickstart file at ${URL} could not be downloaded. The error was: . ${ERROR}

initrd-kickseed/nfs-mount-failed (error)
NFS mount failed An error occurred while mounting the directory ${DIR} from NFS server ${SERVER}. See /var/log/syslog for more information.

lilo-installer/bootdev_raid (select)
LILO installation target: The LILO program needs to be installed to make your new system bootable. You may choose to install it onto a software RAID array or another device.
Choices: ${disc}: software RAID array, Other choice (Advanced)
Default:

lilo-installer/manual_bootdev (string)
LILO installation target: Please enter the device name of the partition or disk onto which LILO should be installed, such as /dev/hda or /dev/sda1.

lilo-installer/manual_bootdev_error (error)
Invalid partition name The path ${path} does not represent a partition or hard disk device. Please try again.

lilo-installer/progress_title (text)
Installing LILO...

lilo-installer/progress_active (text)
Activating partition ${bootdev}

lilo-installer/progress_lilo_conf (text)
Creating lilo.conf

lilo-installer/progress_installing (text)
Installing the LILO package

lilo-installer/progress_running (text)
Running LILO for ${bootdev}

lilo-installer/serial-console (note)
LILO configured to use a serial console LILO is configured to use serial port ${PORT} as the console. ${PORT_SPEED}

lilo-installer/port-speed (text)
The serial port speed is set to ${SPEED}.

lilo-installer/activate-part (boolean)
Would you like to make this partition active? You have chosen to install LILO on a partition that is not the active one. If this partition is not marked active, then LILO will not be loaded by the boot loader. This may cause you to be unable to boot into the system that is being installed. . You should make this partition active unless you have another boot loader that will allow you to access your new Linux installation.
Default: true

lilo-installer/apt-install-failed (boolean)
LILO installation failed. Continue anyway? The lilo package failed to install into /target/. Installing LILO as a boot loader is a required step. The install problem might however be unrelated to LILO, so continuing the installation may be possible.
Default: true

lilo-installer/failed (error)
LILO installation failed Running "/sbin/lilo" failed with error code "${ERRCODE}".

debian-installer/lilo-installer/title (text)
Install the LILO boot loader on a hard disk

lilo-installer/skip (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Skip installing lilo?
Default: false

live-installer/progress/installing (text)
Installing the system...

live-installer/progress/copying (text)
Copying data to disk...

live-installer/progress/network (text)
Cleaning up network settings...

live-installer/progress/remove-packages (text)
Removing packages specific to the live system...

live-installer/progress/xserver-xorg (text)
Reconfiguring X.org...

live-installer/progress/fallback (text)
Running ${SCRIPT}...

live-installer/mode (select)
Type of installation: The live system can be installed to hard disk using one of the following options. . If you choose 'normal', the system will be installed as a regular system. If you choose 'live', the installed system will continue to act as a live system but it can then be launched directly from the hard disk.
Choices: normal, live
Default: normal

live-installer/enable (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded If false, uses base-installer for installation
Default: true

lowmem/insufficient (error)
Insufficient memory This system does not have enough memory to be supported by this program. At least ${MIN} megabytes of memory are required. If you continue, unpredictable and broken behavior will likely result. You should reboot now and add memory or find some other program to use.

lowmem/info (title)
Low memory mode

lvmcfg/mainmenu (select)
LVM configuration action: This is the Logical Volume Manager configuration menu.
Choices: Modify volume groups (VG), Modify logical volumes (LV), Leave
Default:

lvmcfg/vgmenu (select)
Volume groups configuration action:
Choices: Create volume groups, Delete volume groups, Extend volume groups, Reduce volume groups, Leave
Default:

lvmcfg/lvmenu (select)
Logical volumes configuration action:
Choices: Create logical volumes, Delete logical volumes, Leave
Default:

lvmcfg/vgcreate_parts (multiselect)
Devices for the new volume group: Please select the devices for the new volume group. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/vgcreate_name (string)
Volume group name: Please enter the name you would like to use for the new volume group.

lvmcfg/vgcreate_nosel (error)
No physical volumes selected No physical volumes were selected. The creation of a new volume group was aborted.

lvmcfg/vgcreate_nonamegiven (error)
No volume group name entered No name for the volume group has been entered. Please enter a name.

lvmcfg/vgcreate_nameused (error)
Volume group name already in use The selected volume group name is already in use. Please choose another name.

lvmcfg/vgcreate_devnameused (error)
Volume group name overlaps with device name The selected volume group name overlaps with an existing device name. Please choose another name.

lvmcfg/vgdelete_names (select)
Volume group to delete: Please select the volume group you wish to delete.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/vgdelete_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found. . The volume group may have already been deleted.

lvmcfg/vgdelete_confirm (boolean)
Really delete the volume group? Please confirm the ${VG} volume group removal.
Default: true

lvmcfg/vgdelete_error (error)
Error while deleting volume group The selected volume group could not be deleted. One or more logical volumes may currently be in use.

lvmcfg/vgextend_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found. . No volume group can be deleted.

lvmcfg/vgextend_names (select)
Volume group to extend: Please select the volume group you wish to extend.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/vgextend_parts (multiselect)
Devices to add to the volume group: Please select the devices you wish to add to the volume group. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/vgextend_nosel (error)
No physical volumes selected No physical volumes were selected. Extension of the volume group was aborted.

lvmcfg/vgextend_error (error)
Error while extending volume group The physical volume ${PARTITION} could not be added to the selected volume group.

lvmcfg/vgreduce_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found. . No volume group can be reduced.

lvmcfg/vgreduce_names (select)
Volume group to reduce: Please select the volume group you wish to reduce.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/vgreduce_parts (select)
Device to remove from volume group: Please select the device you wish to remove from the volume group.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/vgreduce_minpv (error)
Error while reducing volume group The selected volume group (${VG}) could not be reduced. There is only one physical volume attached. Please delete the volume group instead.

lvmcfg/vgreduce_error (error)
Error while reducing volume group The physical volume ${PARTITION} could not be removed from the selected volume group. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

lvmcfg/lvcreate_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume groups were found for creating a new logical volume. Please create more physical volumes and volume groups.

lvmcfg/lvcreate_nofreevg (error)
No volume group found No free volume groups were found for creating a new logical volume. Please create more physical volumes and volume groups, or reduce an existing volume group.

lvmcfg/lvcreate_name (string)
Logical volume name: Please enter the name you would like to use for the new logical volume.

lvmcfg/lvcreate_vgnames (select)
Volume group: Please select the volume group where the new logical volume should be created.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/lvcreate_nonamegiven (error)
No logical volume name entered No name for the logical volume has been entered. Please enter a name.

lvmcfg/lvcreate_exists (error)
Error while creating a new logical volume The name ${LV} is already in use by another logical volume on the same volume group (${VG}).

lvmcfg/lvcreate_size (string)
Logical volume size: Please enter the size of the new logical volume. The size may be entered in the following formats: 10K (Kilobytes), 10M (Megabytes), 10G (Gigabytes), 10T (Terabytes). The default unit is Megabytes.

lvmcfg/lvcreate_error (error)
Error while creating a new logical volume Unable to create a new logical volume (${LV}) on ${VG} with the new size ${SIZE}. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

lvmcfg/lvdelete_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found for deleting a logical volume.

lvmcfg/lvdelete_vgnames (select)
Volume group: Please select the volume group which contains the logical volume to be deleted.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/lvdelete_nolv (error)
No logical volume found No logical volume has been found. Please create a logical volume first.

lvmcfg/lvdelete_lvnames (select)
Logical volume: Please select the logical volume to be deleted on ${VG}.
Choices:
Default:

lvmcfg/lvdelete_error (error)
Error while deleting the logical volume The logical volume (${LV}) on ${VG} could not be deleted. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

lvmcfg/nopartitions (error)
No usable physical volumes found No physical volumes (i.e. partitions) were found in your system. All physical volumes may already be in use. You may also need to load some required kernel modules or re-partition the hard drives.

lvmcfg/nolvm (error)
Logical Volume Manager not available The current kernel doesn't support the Logical Volume Manager. You may need to load the lvm-mod module.

debian-installer/main-menu (select)
Choose the next step in the install process:
Choices:
Default: ${DEFAULT}

debian-installer/main-menu/item-failure (error)
Installation step failed An installation step failed. You can try to run the failing item again from the menu, or skip it and choose something else. The failing step is: ${ITEM}

debian-installer/missing-provide (select)
Choose an installation step: This installation step depends on one or more other steps that have not yet been performed.
Choices:
Default: ${DEFAULT}

mdcfg/nomd (error)
Multidisk (MD) not available The current kernel doesn't seem to support multidisk devices. This should be solved by loading the needed modules.

mdcfg/mainmenu (select)
Multidisk configuration actions This is the Multidisk (MD) and software RAID configuration menu. . Please select one of the proposed actions to configure multidisk devices.
Choices: Create MD device, Delete MD device, Finish
Default:

mdcfg/noparts (error)
No RAID partitions available No unused partitions of the type "Linux RAID Autodetect" are available. Please create such a partition, or delete an already used multidisk device to free its partitions. . If you have such partitions, they might contain actual file systems, and are therefore not available for use by this configuration utility.

mdcfg/notenoughparts (error)
Not enough RAID partitions available There are not enough RAID partitions available for your selected configuration. You have ${NUM_PART} RAID partitions available but your configuration requires ${REQUIRED} partitions.

mdcfg/createmain (select)
Multidisk device type: Please choose the type of the multidisk device to be created.
Choices: RAID0, RAID1, RAID5, RAID6, RAID10, Cancel
Default:

mdcfg/raid0devs (multiselect)
Active devices for the RAID0 multidisk device: You have chosen to create a RAID0 array. Please choose the active devices in this array.
Choices:
Default:

mdcfg/raiddevcount (string)
Number of active devices for the RAID${LEVEL} array: The RAID${LEVEL} array will consist of both active and spare partitions. The active partitions are those used, while the spare devices will only be used if one or more of the active devices fail. A minimum of ${MINIMUM} active devices is required. . NOTE: this setting cannot be changed later.

mdcfg/raiddevs (multiselect)
Active devices for the RAID${LEVEL} multidisk device: You have chosen to create a RAID${LEVEL} array with ${COUNT} active devices. . Please choose which partitions are active devices. You must select exactly ${COUNT} partitions.
Choices:
Default:

mdcfg/raidsparecount (string)
Number of spare devices for the RAID${LEVEL} array:

mdcfg/raidsparedevs (multiselect)
Spare devices for the RAID${LEVEL} multidisk device: You have chosen to create a RAID${LEVEL} array with ${COUNT} spare devices. . Please choose which partitions will be used as spare devices. You may choose up to ${COUNT} partitions. If you choose less than ${COUNT} devices, the remaining partitions will be added to the array as "missing". You will be able to add them later to the array.
Choices:
Default:

mdcfg/raid10layout (string)
Layout of the RAID10 multidisk device: The layout must be n, o, or f (arrangement of the copies) followed by a number (number of copies of each chunk). The number must be smaller or equal to the number of active devices. . The letter is the arrangement of the copies: n - near copies: Multiple copies of one data block are at similar offsets in different devices. f - far copies: Multiple copies have very different offsets o - offset copies: Rather than the chunks being duplicated within a stripe, whole stripes are duplicated but are rotated by one device so duplicate blocks are on different devices. . NOTE: this setting cannot be changed later.

mdcfg/deletemenu (select)
Multidisk device to be deleted: Deleting a multidisk device will stop it and clear the superblock of all its components. . Please note this will not immediately allow you to reuse the partitions or devices in a new multidisk device. The array will however be unusable after the deletion. . If you select a device for deletion, you will get some information about it and you will be given the option of aborting this operation.
Choices: ${DEVICES}, Cancel
Default:

mdcfg/delete_no_md (error)
No multidisk devices available No multidisk devices are available for deletion.

mdcfg/deleteverify (boolean)
Really delete this multidisk device? Please confirm whether you really want to delete the following multidisk device: . Device: ${DEVICE} Type: ${TYPE} Component devices: . ${DEVICES}
Default: false

mdcfg/deletefailed (error)
Failed to delete the multidisk device There was an error deleting the multidisk device. It may be in use.

debian-installer/load-media/title (text)
Load drivers from removable media

retriever/media/unknown (boolean)
Unknown removable media. Try to load anyway? Detected removable media that is not a known driver media. Please make sure that the correct media is inserted. You can still continue if you have an unofficial removable media you want to use.
Default: false

retriever/media/warning (text)
Please insert ${DISK_LABEL} ('${DISK_NAME}') first. Due to dependencies between packages, drivers must be loaded in the correct order.

retriever/media/loadanother (boolean)
Load drivers from another removable media? To load additional drivers from another removable media, please insert the appropriate removable media, such as a driver floppy or USB stick before continuing.
Default: true

retriever/media/error (text)
for internal use; can be preseeded Set to false to disable netcfg entirely via preseed.

netcfg/use_autoconfig (boolean)
Auto-configure networking? Networking can be configured either by entering all the information manually, or by using DHCP (or a variety of IPv6-specific methods) to detect network settings automatically. If you choose to use autoconfiguration and the installer is unable to get a working configuration from the network, you will be given the opportunity to configure the network manually.
Default: true

netcfg/get_domain (string)
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.

netcfg/get_nameservers (string)
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.

netcfg/choose_interface (select)
Primary network interface: Your system has multiple network interfaces. Choose the one to use as the primary network interface during the installation. If possible, the first connected network interface found has been selected.
Choices:
Default:

netcfg/wireless_essid (string)
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.

netcfg/wireless_essid_again (string)
Wireless ESSID for ${iface}: Attempting to find an available wireless network failed. . ${iface} is a wireless network interface. Please enter the name (the ESSID) of the wireless network you would like ${iface} to use. To connect to any available network, leave this field blank.

netcfg/wireless_security_type (select)
Wireless network type for ${iface}: Choose WEP/Open if the network is open or secured with WEP. Choose WPA/WPA2 if the network is protected with WPA/WPA2 PSK (Pre-Shared Key).
Choices: WEP/Open Network, WPA/WPA2 PSK
Default: wpa

netcfg/wireless_wep (string)
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', 'nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn: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.

netcfg/invalid_wep (error)
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 again.

netcfg/invalid_pass (error)
Invalid passphrase The WPA/WPA2 PSK passphrase was either too long (more than 64 characters) or too short (less than 8 characters).

netcfg/wireless_wpa (string)
WPA/WPA2 passphrase for wireless device ${iface}: Enter the passphrase for WPA/WPA2 PSK authentication. This should be the passphrase defined for the wireless network you are trying to use.

netcfg/invalid_essid (error)
Invalid ESSID The ESSID "${essid}" is invalid. ESSIDs may only be up to ${max_essid_len} characters, but may contain all kinds of characters.

netcfg/wpa_progress (text)
Attempting to exchange keys with the access point...

netcfg/wpa_progress_note (text)
This may take some time.

netcfg/wpa_success_note (text)
WPA/WPA2 connection succeeded

netcfg/wpa_supplicant_failed (note)
Failure of key exchange and association The exchange of keys and association with the access point failed. Please check the WPA/WPA2 parameters you provided.

netcfg/get_hostname (string)
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.

netcfg/hostname (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Hostname to set for the system; ignores names provided by DHCP or DNS.

netcfg/invalid_hostname (error)
Invalid hostname The name "${hostname}" is invalid. . A valid hostname may contain only the numbers 0-9, upper and lowercase letters (A-Z and a-z), and the minus sign. It must be at most ${maxhostnamelen} characters long, and may not begin or end with a minus sign.

netcfg/error (error)
Error An error occurred and the network configuration process has been aborted. You may retry it from the installation main menu.

netcfg/no_interfaces (error)
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.

netcfg/kill_switch_enabled (note)
Kill switch enabled on ${iface} ${iface} appears to have been disabled by means of a physical "kill switch". If you intend to use this interface, please switch it on before continuing.

netcfg/wireless_adhoc_managed (select)
Type of wireless network: 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.
Choices: Infrastructure (Managed) network, Ad-hoc network (Peer to peer)
Default: Infrastructure (Managed) network

netcfg/wifi_progress_title (text)
Wireless network configuration

netcfg/wifi_progress_info (text)
Searching for wireless access points...

netcfg/disable_autoconfig (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Set to true to force static network configuration
Default: false

netcfg/disable_dhcp (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded (deprecated) Set to true to force static network configuration (deprecated)
Default: false

netcfg/link_detect_progress (text)
Detecting link on ${interface}; please wait...

netcfg/internal-none (text)

netcfg/internal-wifi (text)
Wireless ethernet (802.11x)

netcfg/internal-wireless (text)
wireless

netcfg/internal-eth (text)
Ethernet

netcfg/internal-tr (text)
Token Ring

netcfg/internal-usb (text)
USB net

netcfg/internal-arc (text)
Arcnet

netcfg/internal-slip (text)
Serial-line IP

netcfg/internal-plip (text)
Parallel-port IP

netcfg/internal-ppp (text)
Point-to-Point Protocol

netcfg/internal-sit (text)
IPv6-in-IPv4

netcfg/internal-ippp (text)
ISDN Point-to-Point Protocol

netcfg/internal-ctc (text)
Channel-to-channel

netcfg/internal-escon (text)
Real channel-to-channel

netcfg/internal-hsi (text)
Hipersocket

netcfg/internal-iucv (text)
Inter-user communication vehicle

netcfg/internal-unknown-iface (text)
Unknown interface

base-installer/progress/netcfg (text)
Storing network settings...

debian-installer/netcfg/title (text)
Configure the network

netcfg/target_network_config (select)
for internal use; can be preseeded Specifies what kind of network connection management tool should be configured post-installation if multiple are available. Automatic selection is used in this order when not specified: network-manager if available (on Linux only), ethernet configuration through ifupdown on wired installation and loopback configuration through ifupdown on wireless installations.
Choices:
Default:

netcfg/link_wait_timeout (string)
Waiting time (in seconds) for link detection: Please enter the maximum time you would like to wait for network link detection.

netcfg/bad_link_wait_timeout (error)
Invalid network link detection waiting time The value you have provided is not valid. The maximum waiting time (in seconds) for network link detection must be a positive integer.

netcfg/wireless_show_essids (select)
Wireless network: Select the wireless network to use during the installation process.
Choices:
Default:

netcfg/dhcp_hostname (string)
DHCP hostname: You may need to supply a DHCP host name. If you are using a cable modem, you might need to specify an account number here. . Most other users can just leave this blank.

netcfg/dhcp_progress (text)
Configuring the network with DHCP

netcfg/dhcp_progress_note (text)
This may take some time.

netcfg/dhcp_success_note (text)
Network autoconfiguration has succeeded

netcfg/no_dhcp_client (error)
No DHCP client found No DHCP client was found. This package requires pump or dhcp-client. . The DHCP configuration process has been aborted.

netcfg/dhcp_options (select)
Network configuration method: From here you can choose to retry DHCP network autoconfiguration (which may succeed if your DHCP server takes a long time to respond) or to configure the network manually. Some DHCP servers require a DHCP hostname to be sent by the client, so you can also choose to retry DHCP network autoconfiguration with a hostname that you provide.
Choices: Retry network autoconfiguration, Retry network autoconfiguration with a DHCP hostname, Configure network manually, ${wifireconf}, Do not configure the network at this time
Default: Configure network manually

netcfg/dhcp_failed (note)
Network autoconfiguration failed Your network is probably not using the DHCP protocol. Alternatively, the DHCP server may be slow or some network hardware is not working properly.

netcfg/no_default_route (boolean)
Continue without a default route? The network autoconfiguration was successful. However, no default route was set: the system does not know how to communicate with hosts on the Internet. This will make it impossible to continue with the installation unless you have the first installation CD-ROM, a 'Netinst' CD-ROM, or packages available on the local network. . If you are unsure, you should not continue without a default route: contact your local network administrator about this problem.
Default:

netcfg/internal-wifireconf (text)
Reconfigure the wireless network

netcfg/dhcp_timeout (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Timeout for trying DHCP

netcfg/dhcp_ntp_servers (text)
for internal use NTP servers provided by DHCP

netcfg/slaac_wait_title (text)
Attempting IPv6 autoconfiguration...

netcfg/ipv6_link_local_wait_title (text)
Waiting for link-local address...

netcfg/ipv6_config_flags_wait_title (text)
Attempting IPv6 autoconfiguration...

netcfg/dhcpv6_timeout (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Timeout for trying DHCPv6

netcfg/dhcpv6_progress (text)
Configuring the network with DHCPv6

netcfg/bad_ipaddress (error)
Malformed IP address The IP address you provided is malformed. It should be in the form x.x.x.x where each 'x' is no larger than 255 (an IPv4 address), or a sequence of blocks of hexadecimal digits separated by colons (an IPv6 address). Please try again.

netcfg/get_pointopoint (string)
Point-to-point address: The point-to-point address is used to determine the other endpoint of the point to point network. Consult your network administrator if you do not know the value. The point-to-point address should be entered as four numbers separated by periods.

netcfg/get_netmask (string)
Netmask: The netmask is used to determine which machines are local to your network. Consult your network administrator if you do not know the value. The netmask should be entered as four numbers separated by periods.

netcfg/get_gateway (string)
Gateway: The gateway is an IP address (four numbers separated by periods) that indicates the gateway router, also known as the default router. All traffic that goes outside your LAN (for instance, to the Internet) is sent through this router. In rare circumstances, you may have no router; in that case, you can leave this blank. If you don't know the proper answer to this question, consult your network administrator.

netcfg/gateway_unreachable (error)
Unreachable gateway The gateway address you entered is unreachable. . You may have made an error entering your IP address, netmask and/or gateway.

netcfg/no_ipv6_pointopoint (error)
IPv6 unsupported on point-to-point links IPv6 addresses cannot be configured on point-to-point links. Please use an IPv4 address, or go back and select a different network interface.

netcfg/confirm_static (boolean)
Is this information correct? Currently configured network parameters: . interface = ${interface} ipaddress = ${ipaddress} netmask = ${netmask} gateway = ${gateway} pointopoint = ${pointopoint} nameservers = ${nameservers}
Default: true

debian-installer/netcfg-static/title (text)
Configure a network using static addressing

debian-installer/network-console/title (text)
Continue installation remotely using SSH

network-console/login (select)
Network console option: This is the network console for the Debian installer. From here, you may start the Debian installer, or execute an interactive shell. . To return to this menu, you will need to log in again.
Choices: Start installer, Start installer (expert mode), Start shell
Default: Start menu

network-console/key (text)
Generating SSH host key

network-console/password (password)
Remote installation password: You need to set a password for remote access to the Debian installer. A malicious or unqualified user with access to the installer can have disastrous results, so you should take care to choose a password that is not easy to guess. It should not be a word found in the dictionary, or a word that could be easily associated with you, like your middle name. . This password is used only by the Debian installer, and will be discarded once you finish the installation.

network-console/password-again (password)
Re-enter password to verify: Please enter the same remote installation password again to verify that you have typed it correctly.

network-console/password-empty (error)
Empty password You entered an empty password, which is not allowed. Please choose a non-empty password.

network-console/password-mismatch (error)
Password mismatch The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please enter a password again.

network-console/start (note)
Start SSH To continue the installation, please use an SSH client to connect to the IP address ${ips} and log in as the "installer" user. For example: . ssh installer@${ip} . The fingerprint of this SSH server's host key is: ${fingerprint} . Please check this carefully against the fingerprint reported by your SSH client.

network-console/authorized_keys_url (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded This variable contains the URL that provides a list of authorized SSH public keys

network-console/authorized_keys_fetch_failure (error)
Could not fetch SSH authorized keys An error occurred while fetching SSH authorized keys from ${LOCATION}. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

nobootloader/mounterr (error)
Failed to mount /target/proc Mounting the proc file system on /target/proc failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

nobootloader/confirmation_powerpc_chrp_pegasos (note)
Setting firmware variables for automatic boot Some variables need to be set in the Genesi firmware in order for your system to boot automatically. At the end of the installation, the system will reboot. At the firmware prompt, set the following firmware variables to enable auto-booting: . setenv boot-device ${OF_BOOT_DEVICE} setenv boot-file ${OF_BOOT_FILE} setenv auto-boot-timeout 5000 setenv auto-boot? true . You will only need to do this once. Afterwards, enter the "boot" command or reboot the system to proceed to your newly installed system. . Alternatively, you will be able to boot the kernel manually by entering, at the firmware prompt: . ${KERNEL_BOOT}

nobootloader/confirmation_powerpc_pasemi (note)
Setting firmware variables for automatic boot Some variables need to be set in CFE in order for your system to boot automatically. At the end of installation, the system will reboot. At the firmware prompt, set the following variables to simplify booting: . setenv -p bootargs "${BOOTARGS}" setenv -p boot_debian "ramdisk -max=20000000 ${INITRD} ; boot ${KERNFILE}" . You will only need to do this once. This enables you to just issue the command "boot_debian" at the CFE prompt. . If you prefer to auto-boot on every startup, you can set the following variable in addition to the ones above: . setenv -p STARTUP "$boot_debian"

nobootloader/confirmation_common (note)
No boot loader installed No boot loader has been installed, either because you chose not to or because your specific architecture doesn't support a boot loader yet. . You will need to boot manually with the ${KERNEL} kernel on partition ${BOOT} and ${ROOT} passed as a kernel argument.

partman-auto/progress/info (text)
Computing the new partitions...

partman-auto/no_recipe (error)
Failed to partition the selected disk This probably happened because the selected disk or free space is too small to be automatically partitioned.

partman-auto/autopartitioning_failed (error)
Failed to partition the selected disk This probably happened because there are too many (primary) partitions in the partition table.

partman-auto/init_automatically_partition (select)
Partitioning method: The installer can guide you through partitioning a disk (using different standard schemes) or, if you prefer, you can do it manually. With guided partitioning you will still have a chance later to review and customise the results. . If you choose guided partitioning for an entire disk, you will next be asked which disk should be used.
Choices:
Default:

partman-auto/disk (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Device to partition, in either devfs or non format

partman-auto/method (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Method to use for partitioning

partman-auto/automatically_partition (select)
Partitioning method: If you choose guided partitioning for an entire disk, you will next be asked which disk should be used.
Choices:
Default:

partman-auto/choose_recipe (select)
Partitioning scheme: Selected for partitioning: . ${TARGET} . The disk can be partitioned using one of several different schemes. If you are unsure, choose the first one.
Choices:
Default:

partman-auto/unusable_space (error)
Unusable free space Partitioning failed because the chosen free space may not be used. There are probably too many (primary) partitions in the partition table.

partman-auto/expert_recipe_file (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded File to load for expert recipe

partman-auto/expert_recipe (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Expert recipe content

partman-auto/text/automatically_partition (text)
Guided partitioning

partman-auto/text/use_biggest_free (text)
Guided - use the largest continuous free space

partman-auto/text/use_device (text)
Guided - use entire disk

partman-auto/select_disk (select)
Select disk to partition: Note that all data on the disk you select will be erased, but not before you have confirmed that you really want to make the changes.
Choices:
Default:

partman-auto/text/custom_partitioning (text)
Manual

partman-auto/text/auto_free_space (text)
Automatically partition the free space

partman-auto/text/atomic_scheme (text)
All files in one partition (recommended for new users)

partman-auto/text/home_scheme (text)
Separate /home partition

partman-auto/text/multi_scheme (text)
Separate /home, /var, and /tmp partitions

partman-auto/text/small_disk (text)
Small-disk (< 1GB) partitioning scheme

partman-auto-lvm/new_vg_name (string)
Name of the volume group for the new system:

partman-auto-lvm/new_vg_name_exists (string)
Name of the volume group for the new system: The selected volume group name is already in use. Please choose another name.

partman-auto-lvm/unusable_recipe (error)
Failed to partition the selected disk This happened because the selected recipe does not contain any partition that can be created on LVM volumes.

partman-auto-lvm/no_boot (boolean)
Continue installation without /boot partition? The recipe you selected does not contain a separate partition for /boot. This is normally needed to allow you to boot the system when using LVM. . You can choose to ignore this warning, but that may result in a failure to reboot the system after the installation is completed.
Default:

partman-auto-lvm/vg_exists (error)
Volume group name already in use The volume group name used to automatically partition using LVM is already in use. Lowering the priority for configuration questions will allow you to specify an alternative name.

partman-auto-lvm/vg_create_error (error)
Unexpected error while creating volume group Autopartitioning using LVM failed because an error occurred while creating the volume group. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-auto-lvm/text/multiple_disks (text)
Multiple disks (%s)

partman-auto-lvm/no_such_pv (error)
Non-existing physical volume A volume group definition contains a reference to a non-existing physical volume. . Please check that all devices are properly connected. Alternatively, please check the automatic partitioning recipe.

partman-auto-lvm/no_pv_in_vg (error)
No physical volume defined in volume group The automatic partitioning recipe contains the definition of a volume group that does not contain any physical volume. . Please check the automatic partitioning recipe.

partman-auto-raid/recipe (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded RAID recipe for automated install

partman-auto-raid/raidnum (string)
for internal use only Initial RAID device used

partman-auto-raid/notenoughparts (error)
Not enough RAID partitions specified There are not enough RAID partitions specified for your preseeded configuration. You need at least 3 devices for a RAID5 array.

partman/progress/init/fallback (text)
Please wait...

partman/progress/init/parted (text)
Scanning disks...

partman/progress/init/update_partitions (text)
Detecting file systems...

partman-base/devicelocked (error)
Device in use No modifications can be made to the device ${DEVICE} for the following reasons: . ${MESSAGE}

partman-base/partlocked (error)
Partition in use No modifications can be made to the partition #${PARTITION} of device ${DEVICE} for the following reasons: . ${MESSAGE}

partman/exception_handler (select)
${TYPE} ${DESCRIPTION}
Choices:
Default:

partman/exception_handler_note (note)
${TYPE} ${DESCRIPTION}

partman/choose_partition (select)
This is an overview of your currently configured partitions and mount points. Select a partition to modify its settings (file system, mount point, etc.), a free space to create partitions, or a device to initialize its partition table.
Choices:
Default:

partman/confirm_nochanges (boolean)
Continue with the installation? No partition table changes and no creation of file systems have been planned. . If you plan on using already created file systems, be aware that existing files may prevent the successful installation of the base system.
Default: false

partman/confirm (boolean)
Write the changes to disks? If you continue, the changes listed below will be written to the disks. Otherwise, you will be able to make further changes manually. . WARNING: This will destroy all data on any partitions you have removed as well as on the partitions that are going to be formatted. . ${ITEMS}
Default: false

partman/confirm_nooverwrite (boolean)
Write the changes to disks? If you continue, the changes listed below will be written to the disks. Otherwise, you will be able to make further changes manually. . ${ITEMS}
Default: false

partman/text/confirm_item_header (text)
The following partitions are going to be formatted:

partman/text/confirm_item (text)
partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} as ${TYPE}

partman/text/confirm_unpartitioned_item (text)
${DEVICE} as ${TYPE}

partman/text/confirm_partitem_header (text)
The partition tables of the following devices are changed:

partman/storage_device (select)
What to do with this device:
Choices:
Default:

partman/free_space (select)
How to use this free space:
Choices:
Default:

partman/active_partition (select)
Partition settings: You are editing partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}. ${OTHERINFO} ${DESTROYED}
Choices:
Default:

partman/text/there_is_detected (text)
This partition is formatted with the ${FILESYSTEM}.

partman/text/none_detected (text)
No existing file system was detected in this partition.

partman/text/destroyed (text)
All data in it WILL BE DESTROYED!

partman/show_partition_chs (note)
The partition starts from ${FROMCHS} and ends at ${TOCHS}.

partman/show_free_chs (note)
The free space starts from ${FROMCHS} and ends at ${TOCHS}.

partman/text/please_wait (text)
Please wait...

partman/text/formatting (text)
Partitions formatting

partman/text/processing (text)
Processing...

partman/text/text_template (text)
${DESCRIPTION}

partman/text/show_chs (text)
Show Cylinder/Head/Sector information

partman/text/finished_with_partition (text)
Done setting up the partition

partman/text/end_the_partitioning (text)
Finish partitioning and write changes to disk

partman/text/undo_everything (text)
Undo changes to partitions

partman/text/show_chs_free (text)
Show Cylinder/Head/Sector information

partman/text/dump_partition_info (text)
Dump partition info in %s

partman/text/free_space (text)
FREE SPACE

partman/text/unusable (text)
unusable

partman/text/primary (text)
primary

partman/text/logical (text)
logical

partman/text/pri/log (text)
pri/log

partman/text/number (text)

partman/text/ata_disk (text)
ATA%s (%s)

partman/text/ata_partition (text)
ATA%s, partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/ide_master_disk (text)
IDE%s master (%s)

partman/text/ide_slave_disk (text)
IDE%s slave (%s)

partman/text/ide_master_partition (text)
IDE%s master, partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/ide_slave_partition (text)
IDE%s slave, partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/scsi_disk (text)
SCSI%s (%s,%s,%s) (%s)

partman/text/scsi_partition (text)
SCSI%s (%s,%s,%s), partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/scsi_simple_disk (text)
SCSI%s (%s)

partman/text/scsi_simple_partition (text)
SCSI%s, partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/mmc_disk (text)
MMC/SD card #%s (%s)

partman/text/mmc_partition (text)
MMC/SD card #%s, partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/raid_device (text)
RAID%s device #%s

partman/text/dmcrypt_volume (text)
Encrypted volume (%s)

partman/text/dmraid_volume (text)
Serial ATA RAID %s (%s)

partman/text/dmraid_part (text)
Serial ATA RAID %s (partition #%s)

partman/text/multipath (text)
Multipath %s (WWID %s)

partman/text/multipath_partition (text)
Multipath %s (partition #%s)

partman/text/lvm_lv (text)
LVM VG %s, LV %s

partman/text/zfs_volume (text)
ZFS pool %s, volume %s

partman/text/loopback (text)
Loopback (loop%s)

partman/text/dasd_disk (text)
DASD %s (%s)

partman/text/dasd_partition (text)
DASD %s (%s), partition #%s

partman/text/virtual_disk (text)
Virtual disk %s (%s)

partman/text/virtual_partition (text)
Virtual disk %s, partition #%s (%s)

partman/text/cancel_menu (text)
Cancel this menu

debian-installer/partman-base/title (text)
Partition disks

partman/early_command (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Shell command or commands to run immediately before partitioning

partman/default_filesystem (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Default filesystem used for new partitions

partman/alignment (select)
for internal use; can be preseeded Adjust the policy for starting and ending alignment of new partitions. You can generally leave this alone unless optimal alignment causes some kind of problem. . Cylinder alignment was required by very old DOS-era systems, and is not usually needed nowadays. However, a few buggy BIOSes may try to calculate cylinder/head/sector addresses for partitions and get confused if partitions aren't cylinder-aligned. . Minimal alignment ensures that new partitions are aligned to physical blocks on the disk, avoiding performance degradation that may occur with cylinder alignment particularly on modern disks. . Optimal alignment ensures that new partitions are aligned to a suitable multiple of the physical block size, guaranteeing optimal performance.
Choices:
Default: optimal

partman-basicfilesystems/progress_swap_checking (text)
Checking the swap space in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}...

partman-basicfilesystems/progress_formatting (text)
Creating ${TYPE} file system in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}...

partman-basicfilesystems/progress_formatting_mountable (text)
Creating ${TYPE} file system for ${MOUNT_POINT} in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}...

partman-basicfilesystems/progress_swap_formatting (text)
Formatting swap space in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}...

partman-basicfilesystems/check_failed (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct errors? The test of the file system with type ${TYPE} in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} found uncorrected errors. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct these errors, the partition will be used as is.
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/swap_check_failed (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct errors? The test of the swap space in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} found uncorrected errors. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct these errors, the partition will be used as is.
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/no_swap (boolean)
Do you want to return to the partitioning menu? You have not selected any partitions for use as swap space. Enabling swap space is recommended so that the system can make better use of the available physical memory, and so that it behaves better when physical memory is scarce. You may experience installation problems if you do not have enough physical memory. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and assign a swap partition, the installation will continue without swap space.
Default: true

partman-basicfilesystems/create_failed (error)
Failed to create a file system The ${TYPE} file system creation in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} failed.

partman-basicfilesystems/create_swap_failed (error)
Failed to create a swap space The creation of swap space in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} failed.

partman-basicfilesystems/no_mount_point (boolean)
Do you want to return to the partitioning menu? No mount point is assigned for the ${FILESYSTEM} file system in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and assign a mount point from there, this partition will not be used at all.
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/posix_filesystem_required (error)
Invalid file system for this mount point The file system type ${FILESYSTEM} cannot be mounted on ${MOUNTPOINT}, because it is not a fully-functional Unix file system. Please choose a different file system, such as ${EXT2}.

partman-basicfilesystems/mountpoint (select)
Mount point for this partition:
Choices: / - the root file system, /boot - static files of the boot loader, /home - user home directories, /tmp - temporary files, /usr - static data, /var - variable data, /srv - data for services provided by this system, /opt - add-on application software packages, /usr/local - local hierarchy, Enter manually, Do not mount it
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/fat_mountpoint (select)
Mount point for this partition:
Choices: /dos, /windows, Enter manually, Do not mount it
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/mountpoint_manual (string)
Mount point for this partition:

partman-basicfilesystems/bad_mountpoint (error)
Invalid mount point The mount point you entered is invalid. . Mount points must start with "/". They cannot contain spaces.

partman-basicfilesystems/choose_label (string)
Label for the file system in this partition:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/format_swap (text)
Format the swap area:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/yes (text)
yes

partman-basicfilesystems/text/no (text)
no

partman-basicfilesystems/text/specify_label (text)
Label:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/none (text)
none[ Do not translate what's inside the brackets and just put the translation for the word "none" in your language without any brackets. This "none" relates to "Label:" ]

partman-basicfilesystems/text/reserved_for_root (text)
Reserved blocks:

partman-basicfilesystems/specify_reserved (string)
Percentage of the file system blocks reserved for the super-user:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/usage (text)
Typical usage:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/typical_usage (text)
standard

partman-basicfilesystems/specify_usage (select)
Typical usage of this partition: Please specify how the file system is going to be used, so that optimal file system parameters can be chosen for that use. . standard = standard parameters, news = one inode per 4KB block, largefile = one inode per megabyte, largefile4 = one inode per 4 megabytes.
Choices:
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/specify_mountpoint (text)
Mount point:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/no_mountpoint (text)
none[ Do not translate what's inside the brackets and just put the translation for the word "none" in your language without any brackets. This "none" relates to "Mount point:" ]

partman/filesystem_long/ext2 (text)
Ext2 file system

partman/filesystem_short/ext2 (text)
ext2

partman/filesystem_long/fat16 (text)
FAT16 file system

partman/filesystem_short/fat16 (text)
fat16

partman/filesystem_long/fat32 (text)
FAT32 file system

partman/filesystem_short/fat32 (text)
fat32

partman/filesystem_long/ntfs (text)
NTFS journaling file system

partman/filesystem_short/ntfs (text)
ntfs

partman/method_long/swap (text)
swap area

partman/method_short/swap (text)
swap

partman/filesystem_long/linux-swap (text)
swap area

partman/filesystem_short/linux-swap (text)
swap

partman-basicfilesystems/text/options (text)
Mount options:

partman-basicfilesystems/mountoptions (multiselect)
Mount options: Mount options can tune the behavior of the file system.
Choices:
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/text/noatime (text)
noatime - do not update inode access times at each access

partman-basicfilesystems/text/nodiratime (text)
nodiratime - do not update directory inode access times

partman-basicfilesystems/text/relatime (text)
relatime - update inode access times relative to modify time

partman-basicfilesystems/text/nodev (text)
nodev - do not support character or block special devices

partman-basicfilesystems/text/nosuid (text)
nosuid - ignore set-user-identifier or set-group-identifier bits

partman-basicfilesystems/text/noexec (text)
noexec - do not allow execution of any binaries

partman-basicfilesystems/text/ro (text)
ro - mount the file system read-only

partman-basicfilesystems/text/sync (text)
sync - all input/output activities occur synchronously

partman-basicfilesystems/text/usrquota (text)
usrquota - user disk quota accounting enabled

partman-basicfilesystems/text/grpquota (text)
grpquota - group disk quota accounting enabled

partman-basicfilesystems/text/user_xattr (text)
user_xattr - support user extended attributes

partman-basicfilesystems/text/quiet (text)
quiet - changing owner and permissions does not return errors

partman-basicfilesystems/text/notail (text)
notail - disable packing of files into the file system tree

partman-basicfilesystems/text/discard (text)
discard - trim freed blocks from underlying block device

partman-basicfilesystems/text/acls (text)
acls - support POSIX.1e Access Control List

partman-basicfilesystems/text/shortnames (text)
shortnames - only use the old MS-DOS 8.3 style filenames

partman-basicfilesystems/boot_not_ext2 (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? Your boot partition has not been configured with the ext2 file system. This is needed by your machine in order to boot. Please go back and use the ext2 file system. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, the partition will be used as is. This means that you may not be able to boot from your hard disk.
Default:

partman-basicfilesystems/boot_not_first_partition (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? Your boot partition is not located on the first partition of your hard disk. This is needed by your machine in order to boot. Please go back and use your first partition as a boot partition. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, the partition will be used as is. This means that you may not be able to boot from your hard disk.
Default:

partman-basicmethods/method_only (boolean)
Go back to the menu? No file system is specified for partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and assign a file system to this partition, it won't be used at all.
Default:

partman-basicmethods/text/dont_use (text)
do not use the partition

partman-basicmethods/text/format (text)
Format the partition:

partman-basicmethods/text/yes_format (text)
yes, format it

partman-basicmethods/text/no_dont_format (text)
no, keep existing data

partman/method_long/dont_use (text)
do not use

partman/method_short/dont_use (text)
unused

partman/method_long/format (text)
format the partition

partman/method_short/format (text)
format

partman/method_long/keep (text)
keep and use the existing data

partman/method_short/keep (text)
keep

partman/filesystem_long/btrfs (text)
btrfs journaling file system

partman/filesystem_short/btrfs (text)
btrfs

partman/method_short/crypto (text)
crypto

partman-crypto/crypto_type/dm-crypt (text)
Device-mapper (dm-crypt)

partman-crypto/text/cryptdev_description (text)
${CIPHER} ${KEYTYPE}

partman-crypto/text/not_active (text)
not active

partman-crypto/text/specify_crypto_type (text)
Encryption method:

partman-crypto/crypto_type (select)
Encryption method for this partition: Changing the encryption method will set other encryption-related fields to their default values for the new encryption method.
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/text/specify_cipher (text)
Encryption:

partman-crypto/cipher (select)
Encryption for this partition:
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/text/specify_keysize (text)
Key size:

partman-crypto/keysize (select)
Key size for this partition:
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/text/specify_ivalgorithm (text)
IV algorithm:

partman-crypto/ivalgorithm (select)
Initialization vector generation algorithm for this partition: Different algorithms exist to derive the initialization vector for each sector. This choice influences the encryption security. Normally, there is no reason to change this from the recommended default, except for compatibility with older systems.
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/text/specify_keytype (text)
Encryption key:

partman-crypto/keytype (select)
Type of encryption key for this partition:
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/text/specify_keyhash (text)
Encryption key hash:

partman-crypto/keyhash (select)
Type of encryption key hash for this partition: The encryption key is derived from the passphrase by applying a one-way hash function to it. Normally, there is no reason to change this from the recommended default and doing so in the wrong way can reduce the encryption strength.
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/text/erase_data (text)
Erase data:

partman-crypto/text/no_erase_data (text)
no

partman-crypto/text/yes_erase_data (text)
yes

partman-crypto/text/erase_data_partition (text)
Erase data on this partition

partman-crypto/plain_warn_erase (boolean)
Really erase the data on ${DEVICE}? The data on ${DEVICE} will be overwritten with zeroes. It can no longer be recovered after this step has completed. This is the last opportunity to abort the erase.
Default: false

partman-crypto/progress/plain_erase_title (text)
Erasing data on ${DEVICE}

partman-crypto/progress/plain_erase_text (text)
The installer is now overwriting ${DEVICE} with zeroes to delete its previous contents. This step may be skipped by cancelling this action.

partman-crypto/plain_erase_failed (error)
Erasing data on ${DEVICE} failed An error occurred while trying to overwrite the data on ${DEVICE} with zeroes. The data has not been erased.

partman-crypto/crypto_warn_erase (boolean)
Really erase the data on ${DEVICE}? The data on ${DEVICE} will be overwritten with random data. It can no longer be recovered after this step has completed. This is the last opportunity to abort the erase.
Default: false

partman-crypto/progress/crypto_erase_title (text)
Erasing data on ${DEVICE}

partman-crypto/progress/crypto_erase_text (text)
The installer is now overwriting ${DEVICE} with random data to prevent meta-information leaks from the encrypted volume. This step may be skipped by cancelling this action, albeit at the expense of a slight reduction of the quality of the encryption.

partman-crypto/crypto_erase_failed (error)
Erasing data on ${DEVICE} failed An error occurred while trying to overwrite ${DEVICE} with random data. Recovery of the device's previous contents is possible and meta-information of its new contents may be leaked.

partman/progress/init/crypto (text)
Setting up encryption...

partman-crypto/text/configure_crypto (text)
Configure encrypted volumes

partman-crypto/nothing_to_setup (note)
No partitions to encrypt No partitions have been selected for encryption.

partman-crypto/tools_missing (note)
Required programs missing This build of debian-installer does not include one or more programs that are required for partman-crypto to function correctly.

partman-crypto/options_missing (error)
Required encryption options missing The encryption options for ${DEVICE} are incomplete. Please return to the partition menu and select all required options. . ${ITEMS}

partman-crypto/text/missing (text)
missing

partman-crypto/text/in_use (text)
In use as physical volume for encrypted volume ${DEV}

partman-crypto/module_package_missing (error)
Encryption package installation failure The kernel module package ${PACKAGE} could not be found or an error occurred during its installation. . It is likely that there will be problems setting up encrypted partitions when the system is rebooted. You may be able to correct this by installing the required package(s) later on.

partman-crypto/confirm (boolean)
Write the changes to disk and configure encrypted volumes? Before encrypted volumes can be configured, the current partitioning scheme has to be written to disk. These changes cannot be undone. . After the encrypted volumes have been configured, no additional changes to the partitions on the disks containing encrypted volumes are allowed. Please decide if you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme for these disks before continuing. . ${ITEMS}
Default: false

partman-crypto/confirm_nochanges (boolean)
Keep current partition layout and configure encrypted volumes? After the encrypted volumes have been configured, no additional changes to the partitions on the disks containing encrypted volumes are allowed. Please decide if you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme for these disks before continuing.
Default: false

partman-crypto/commit_failed (error)
Configuration of encrypted volumes failed An error occurred while configuring encrypted volumes. . The configuration has been aborted.

partman-crypto/init_failed (error)
Initialisation of encrypted volume failed An error occurred while setting up encrypted volumes.

partman-crypto/text/keytype/passphrase (text)
Passphrase

partman-crypto/text/keytype/keyfile (text)
Keyfile (GnuPG)

partman-crypto/text/keytype/random (text)
Random key

partman-crypto/unsafe_swap (error)
Unsafe swap space detected An unsafe swap space has been detected. . This is a fatal error since sensitive data could be written out to disk unencrypted. This would allow someone with access to the disk to recover parts of the encryption key or passphrase. . Please disable the swap space (e.g. by running swapoff) or configure an encrypted swap space and then run setup of encrypted volumes again. This program will now abort.

partman-crypto/passphrase (password)
Encryption passphrase: You need to choose a passphrase to encrypt ${DEVICE}. . The overall strength of the encryption depends strongly on this passphrase, so you should take care to choose a passphrase that is not easy to guess. It should not be a word or sentence found in dictionaries, or a phrase that could be easily associated with you. . A good passphrase will contain a mixture of letters, numbers and punctuation. Passphrases are recommended to have a length of 20 or more characters.

partman-crypto/passphrase-again (password)
Re-enter passphrase to verify: Please enter the same passphrase again to verify that you have typed it correctly.

partman-crypto/passphrase-mismatch (error)
Passphrase input error The two passphrases you entered were not the same. Please try again.

partman-crypto/passphrase-empty (error)
Empty passphrase You entered an empty passphrase, which is not allowed. Please choose a non-empty passphrase.

partman-crypto/weak_passphrase (boolean)
Use weak passphrase? You entered a passphrase that consists of less than ${MINIMUM} characters, which is considered too weak. You should choose a stronger passphrase.
Default: false

partman-crypto/entropy (entropy)
The encryption key for ${DEVICE} is now being created.

partman-crypto/entropy-success (text)
Key data has been created successfully.

partman-crypto/keyfile-problem (error)
Keyfile creation failure An error occurred while creating the keyfile.

partman-crypto/crypto_root_needs_boot (error)
Encryption configuration failure You have selected the root file system to be stored on an encrypted partition. This feature requires a separate /boot partition on which the kernel and initrd can be stored. . You should go back and setup a /boot partition.

partman-crypto/crypto_boot_not_possible (error)
Encryption configuration failure You have selected the /boot file system to be stored on an encrypted partition. This is not possible because the boot loader would be unable to load the kernel and initrd. Continuing now would result in an installation that cannot be used. . You should go back and choose a non-encrypted partition for the /boot file system.

partman-crypto/use_random_for_nonswap (boolean)
Are you sure you want to use a random key? You have chosen a random key type for ${DEVICE} but requested the partitioner to create a file system on it. . Using a random key type means that the partition data is going to be destroyed upon each reboot. This should only be used for swap partitions.
Default: false

partman-crypto/install_udebs_failure (error)
Failed to download crypto components An error occurred trying to download additional crypto components.

partman-crypto/install_udebs_low_mem (boolean)
Proceed to install crypto components despite insufficient memory? There does not seem to be sufficient memory available to install additional crypto components. If you choose to go ahead and continue anyway, the installation process could fail.
Default:

partman-crypto/mainmenu (select)
Encryption configuration actions This menu allows you to configure encrypted volumes.
Choices: Create encrypted volumes, Finish
Default:

partman-crypto/create/partitions (multiselect)
Devices to encrypt: Please select the devices to be encrypted. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

partman-crypto/create/nosel (error)
No devices selected No devices were selected for encryption.

partman-efi/text/efi (text)
EFI System Partition

partman-efi/no_efi (boolean)
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning? No EFI partition was found.
Default:

partman/method_long/efi (text)
EFI System Partition

partman/method_short/efi (text)
ESP

partman/filesystem_short/efi (text)
EFI-fat16

partman-efi/too_small_efi (error)
EFI partition too small EFI System Partitions on this architecture cannot be created with a size less than 35 MB. Please make the EFI System Partition larger.

partman-efi/non_efi_system (boolean)
Force UEFI installation? This machine's firmware has started the installer in UEFI mode but it looks like there may be existing operating systems already installed using "BIOS compatibility mode". If you continue to install Debian in UEFI mode, it might be difficult to reboot the machine into any BIOS-mode operating systems later. . If you wish to install in UEFI mode and don't care about keeping the ability to boot one of the existing systems, you have the option to force that here. If you wish to keep the option to boot an existing operating system, you should choose NOT to force UEFI installation here.
Default:

partman/filesystem_long/ext3 (text)
Ext3 journaling file system

partman/filesystem_short/ext3 (text)
ext3

partman-ext3/text/ext4 (text)
ext4

partman/filesystem_long/ext4 (text)
Ext4 journaling file system

partman/filesystem_short/ext4 (text)
ext4

partman-ext3/boot_not_ext2_or_ext3 (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? Your boot partition has not been configured with the ext2 or ext3 file system. This is needed by your machine in order to boot. Please go back and use either the ext2 or ext3 file system. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, the partition will be used as is. This means that you may not be able to boot from your hard disk.
Default:

partman/boot_not_first_partition (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? Your boot partition is not located on the first primary partition of your hard disk. This is needed by your machine in order to boot. Please go back and use your first primary partition as a boot partition. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, the partition will be used as is. This means that you may not be able to boot from your hard disk.
Default:

partman-ext3/boot_not_bootable (boolean)
Return to the menu to set the bootable flag? The boot partition has not been marked as a bootable partition, even though this is required by your machine in order to boot. You should go back and set the bootable flag for the boot partition. . If you don't correct this, the partition will be used as is and it is likely that the machine cannot boot from its hard disk.
Default:

partman-ext3/bad_alignment (boolean)
Do you want to return to the partitioning menu? The partition ${PARTITION} assigned to ${MOUNTPOINT} starts at an offset of ${OFFSET} bytes from the minimum alignment for this disk, which may lead to very poor performance. . Since you are formatting this partition, you should correct this problem now by realigning the partition, as it will be difficult to change later. To do this, go back to the main partitioning menu, delete the partition, and recreate it in the same position with the same settings. This will cause the partition to start at a point best suited for this disk.
Default:

partman-iscsi/text/configure_iscsi (text)
Configure iSCSI volumes

partman-iscsi/mainmenu (select)
iSCSI configuration actions This menu allows you to configure iSCSI volumes.
Choices: Log into iSCSI targets, Finish
Default:

partman-iscsi/login/address (string)
iSCSI target portal address: Enter an IP address to scan for iSCSI targets. To use a port other than the default of 3260, use "IP:port" notation, for example "1.2.3.4:3261".

partman-iscsi/login/username (string)
iSCSI initiator username for ${PORTAL}: Some iSCSI targets require the initiator (client) to authenticate using a username and password. If that is the case for this target, enter the username here. Otherwise, leave this blank.

partman-iscsi/login/password (password)
iSCSI initiator password for ${PORTAL}: Enter the initiator password needed to authenticate to this iSCSI target.

partman-iscsi/login/incoming_username (string)
iSCSI target username for ${PORTAL}: In some environments, the iSCSI target needs to authenticate to the initiator as well as the other way round. If that is the case here, enter the incoming username which the target is expected to supply. Otherwise, leave this blank.

partman-iscsi/login/incoming_password (password)
iSCSI target password for ${PORTAL}: Enter the incoming password which the iSCSI target is expected to supply.

partman-iscsi/login/empty_password (error)
Empty password You entered an empty password, which is not allowed. Please choose a non-empty password.

partman-iscsi/login/no_targets (error)
No iSCSI targets discovered No iSCSI targets were discovered on ${PORTAL}.

partman-iscsi/login/all_targets (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded If true, automatically log into all discovered targets.
Default: false

partman-iscsi/login/targets (multiselect)
iSCSI targets on ${PORTAL}: Select the iSCSI targets you wish to use.
Choices:
Default:

partman-iscsi/login/failed (error)
iSCSI login failed Logging into the iSCSI target ${TARGET} on ${PORTAL} failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman/filesystem_long/jfs (text)
JFS journaling file system

partman/filesystem_short/jfs (text)
jfs

partman-jfs/jfs_root (boolean)
Use unrecommended JFS root file system? Your root file system is a JFS file system. This can cause problems with the boot loader used by default by this installer. . You should use a small /boot partition with another file system, such as ext3.
Default: false

partman-jfs/jfs_boot (boolean)
Use unrecommended JFS /boot file system? You have mounted a JFS file system as /boot. This is likely to cause problems with the boot loader used by default by this installer. . You should use another file system, such as ext3, for the /boot partition.
Default: false

partman-lvm/text/configuration_vgs (text)
Volume groups:

partman-lvm/text/configuration_pv (text)
Uses physical volume:

partman-lvm/text/configuration_lv (text)
Provides logical volume:

partman-lvm/text/configuration_none_pvs (text)
none[ Do not translate what's inside the brackets and just put the translation for the word "none" in your language without any brackets. This "none" relates to "Physical Volumes:" ]

partman-lvm/text/configuration_none_vgs (text)
none[ Do not translate what's inside the brackets and just put the translation for the word "none" in your language without any brackets. This "none" relates to "Volume Groups:" ]

partman-lvm/text/configure_lvm (text)
Configure the Logical Volume Manager

partman-lvm/text/pvs (text)
PV

partman-lvm/text/in_use (text)
In use by LVM volume group ${VG}

partman-lvm/menu/display (text)
Display configuration details

partman-lvm/menu/createvg (text)
Create volume group

partman-lvm/menu/deletevg (text)
Delete volume group

partman-lvm/menu/extendvg (text)
Extend volume group

partman-lvm/menu/reducevg (text)
Reduce volume group

partman-lvm/menu/createlv (text)
Create logical volume

partman-lvm/menu/deletelv (text)
Delete logical volume

partman-lvm/menu/finish (text)
Finish

partman-lvm/confirm (boolean)
Write the changes to disks and configure LVM? Before the Logical Volume Manager can be configured, the current partitioning scheme has to be written to disk. These changes cannot be undone. . After the Logical Volume Manager is configured, no additional changes to the partitioning scheme of disks containing physical volumes are allowed during the installation. Please decide if you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme before continuing. . ${ITEMS}
Default: false

partman-lvm/confirm_nochanges (boolean)
Keep current partition layout and configure LVM? After the Logical Volume Manager is configured, no additional changes to the partitions in the disks containing physical volumes are allowed. Please decide if you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme in these disks before continuing.
Default: false

partman-lvm/commit_failed (error)
LVM configuration failure An error occurred while writing the changes to the disks. . Logical Volume Manager configuration has been aborted.

partman/method_long/lvm (text)
physical volume for LVM

partman/method_short/lvm (text)
lvm

debian-installer/partman-lvm/title (text)
Configure the Logical Volume Manager

partman-lvm/mainmenu (select)
LVM configuration action: Summary of current LVM configuration: . Free Physical Volumes: ${FREE_PVS} Used Physical Volumes: ${USED_PVS} Volume Groups: ${VGS} Logical Volumes: ${LVS}
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/displayall (note)
Current LVM configuration: ${CURRENT_CONFIG}

partman-lvm/vgcreate_parts (multiselect)
Devices for the new volume group: Please select the devices for the new volume group. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/vgcreate_name (string)
Volume group name: Please enter the name you would like to use for the new volume group.

partman-lvm/vgcreate_nosel (error)
No physical volumes selected No physical volumes were selected. The creation of a new volume group has been aborted.

partman-lvm/vgcreate_nonamegiven (error)
No volume group name entered No name for the volume group has been entered. Please enter a name.

partman-lvm/vgcreate_nameused (error)
Volume group name already in use The selected volume group name is already in use. Please choose a different name.

partman-lvm/vgcreate_devnameused (error)
Volume group name overlaps with device name The selected volume group name overlaps with an existing device name. Please choose a different name.

partman-lvm/vgcreate_error (error)
Error while creating volume group The volume group ${VG} could not be created. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-lvm/vgdelete_names (select)
Volume group to delete: Please select the volume group you wish to delete.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/vgdelete_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found. . The volume group may have already been deleted.

partman-lvm/vgdelete_confirm (boolean)
Really delete the volume group? Please confirm the ${VG} volume group removal.
Default: true

partman-lvm/vgdelete_error (error)
Error while deleting volume group The selected volume group could not be deleted. One or more logical volumes may currently be in use.

partman-lvm/vgextend_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found. . No volume group can be deleted.

partman-lvm/vgextend_names (select)
Volume group to extend: Please select the volume group you wish to extend.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/vgextend_parts (multiselect)
Devices to add to the volume group: Please select the devices you wish to add to the volume group. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/vgextend_nosel (error)
No physical volumes selected No physical volumes were selected. Extension of the volume group has been aborted.

partman-lvm/vgextend_error (error)
Error while extending volume group The physical volume ${PARTITION} could not be added to the selected volume group.

partman-lvm/vgreduce_novg (error)
No volume group found No volume group has been found. . No volume group can be reduced.

partman-lvm/vgreduce_names (select)
Volume group to reduce: Please select the volume group you wish to reduce.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/vgreduce_parts (multiselect)
Devices to remove from the volume group: Please select the devices you wish to remove from the volume group. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/vgreduce_nosel (error)
No physical volumes selected No physical volumes were selected. Reduction of the volume group was aborted.

partman-lvm/vgreduce_error (error)
Error while reducing volume group The physical volume ${PARTITION} could not be removed from the selected volume group. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-lvm/lvcreate_nofreevg (error)
No volume group found No free volume groups were found for creating a new logical volume. Please create more physical volumes and volume groups, or reduce an existing volume group.

partman-lvm/lvcreate_name (string)
Logical volume name: Please enter the name you would like to use for the new logical volume.

partman-lvm/lvcreate_vgnames (select)
Volume group: Please select the volume group where the new logical volume should be created.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/lvcreate_nonamegiven (error)
No logical volume name entered No name for the logical volume has been entered. Please enter a name.

partman-lvm/lvcreate_exists (error)
Error while creating a new logical volume The name ${LV} is already in use by another logical volume on the same volume group (${VG}).

partman-lvm/lvcreate_size (string)
Logical volume size: Please enter the size of the new logical volume. The size may be entered in the following formats: 10K (Kilobytes), 10M (Megabytes), 10G (Gigabytes), 10T (Terabytes). The default unit is Megabytes.

partman-lvm/lvcreate_error (error)
Error while creating a new logical volume Unable to create a new logical volume (${LV}) on ${VG} with the new size ${SIZE}. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-lvm/lvdelete_nolv (error)
No logical volume found No logical volume has been found. Please create a logical volume first.

partman-lvm/lvdelete_lvnames (select)
Logical volume: Please select the logical volume to delete.
Choices:
Default:

partman-lvm/text/lvdelete_invg (text)
in VG ${VG}

partman-lvm/lvdelete_error (error)
Error while deleting the logical volume The logical volume ${LV} on ${VG} could not be deleted. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-lvm/nopartitions (error)
No usable physical volumes found No physical volumes (i.e. partitions) were found in your system. All physical volumes may already be in use. You may also need to load some required kernel modules or re-partition the hard drives.

partman-lvm/nolvm (error)
Logical Volume Manager not available The current kernel doesn't support the Logical Volume Manager. You may need to load the lvm-mod module.

partman-lvm/pvcreate_error (error)
Error while initializing physical volume The physical volume ${PV} could not be initialized. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-lvm/badnamegiven (error)
Invalid logical volume or volume group name Logical volume or volume group names may only contain alphanumeric characters, hyphen, plus, period, and underscore. They must be 128 characters or less and may not begin with a hyphen. The names "." and ".." are not allowed. In addition, logical volume names cannot begin with "snapshot". . Please choose a different name.

partman-lvm/device_remove_lvm (boolean)
Remove existing logical volume data? The selected device already contains the following LVM logical volumes, volume groups and physical volumes which are about to be removed: . Logical volume(s) to be removed: ${LVTARGETS} . Volume group(s) to be removed: ${VGTARGETS} . Physical volume(s) to be removed: ${PVTARGETS} . Note that this will also permanently erase any data currently on the logical volumes.
Default: false

partman-lvm/device_remove_lvm_span (error)
Unable to automatically remove LVM data Because the volume group(s) on the selected device also consist of physical volumes on other devices, it is not considered safe to remove its LVM data automatically. If you wish to use this device for partitioning, please remove its LVM data first.

partman-lvm/help (note)
Logical Volume Management A common situation for system administrators is to find that some disk partition (usually the most important one) is short on space, while some other partition is underused. The Logical Volume Manager (LVM) can help with this. . LVM allows combining disk or partition devices ("physical volumes") to form a virtual disk ("volume group"), which can then be divided into virtual partitions ("logical volumes"). Volume groups and logical volumes may span several physical disks. New physical volumes may be added to a volume group at any time, and logical volumes can be resized up to the amount of unallocated space in the volume group. . The items on the LVM configuration menu can be used to edit volume groups and logical volumes. After you return to the main partition manager screen, logical volumes will be displayed in the same way as ordinary partitions, and should be treated as such.

partman-md/text/configure_md (text)
Configure software RAID

partman-md/text/in_use (text)
In use by software RAID device ${DEVICE}

partman-md/nomd (error)
Software RAID not available The current kernel doesn't seem to support software RAID (MD) devices. This should be solved by loading the necessary modules.

partman-md/mainmenu (select)
Software RAID configuration actions This is the software RAID (or MD, "multiple device") configuration menu. . Please select one of the proposed actions to configure software RAID.
Choices: Create MD device, Delete MD device, Finish
Default:

partman-md/createmain (select)
Software RAID device type: Please choose the type of the software RAID device to be created.
Choices:
Default:

partman-md/noparts (error)
No RAID partitions available No unused partitions of the type "Linux RAID Autodetect" are available. Please create such a partition, or delete an already used software RAID device to free its partitions. . If you have such partitions, they might contain actual file systems, and are therefore not available for use by this configuration utility.

partman-md/raid0devs (multiselect)
Active devices for the RAID0 array: You have chosen to create a RAID0 array. Please choose the active devices in this array.
Choices:
Default:

partman-md/raiddevcount (string)
Number of active devices for the RAID${LEVEL} array: The RAID${LEVEL} array will consist of both active and spare devices. The active devices are those used, while the spare devices will only be used if one or more of the active devices fail. A minimum of ${MINIMUM} active devices is required. . NOTE: this setting cannot be changed later.

partman-md/raiddevs (multiselect)
Active devices for the RAID${LEVEL} array: You have chosen to create a RAID${LEVEL} array with ${COUNT} active devices. . Please choose which partitions are active devices. You must select exactly ${COUNT} partitions.
Choices:
Default:

partman-md/raidsparecount (string)
Number of spare devices for the RAID${LEVEL} array:

partman-md/raidsparedevs (multiselect)
Spare devices for the RAID${LEVEL} array: You have chosen to create a RAID${LEVEL} array with ${COUNT} spare devices. . Please choose which partitions will be used as spare devices. You may choose up to ${COUNT} partitions. If you choose less than ${COUNT} devices, the remaining partitions will be added to the array as "missing". You will be able to add them to the array later.
Choices:
Default:

partman-md/notenoughparts (error)
Not enough RAID partitions available There are not enough RAID partitions available for your selected configuration. You have ${NUM_PART} RAID partitions available but your configuration requires ${REQUIRED} partitions.

partman-md/raid10layout (string)
Layout of the RAID10 array: The layout must be n, o, or f (arrangement of the copies) followed by a number (number of copies of each chunk). The number must be smaller or equal to the number of active devices. . The letter is the arrangement of the copies: n - near copies: Multiple copies of one data block are at similar offsets in different devices. f - far copies: Multiple copies have very different offsets o - offset copies: Rather than the chunks being duplicated within a stripe, whole stripes are duplicated but are rotated by one device so duplicate blocks are on different devices. . NOTE: this setting cannot be changed later.

partman-md/deletemenu (select)
Software RAID device to be deleted: Deleting a software RAID device will stop it and clear the superblock of all its components. . Please note this will not immediately allow you to reuse the partitions or devices in a new software RAID device. The array will however be unusable after the deletion. . If you select a device for deletion, you will get some information about it and you will be given the option of aborting this operation.
Choices:
Default:

partman-md/delete_no_md (error)
No software RAID devices available No software RAID devices are available for deletion.

partman-md/deleteverify (boolean)
Really delete this software RAID device? Please confirm whether you really want to delete the following software RAID device: . Device: ${DEVICE} Type: ${TYPE} Component devices: . ${DEVICES}
Default: false

partman-md/deletefailed (error)
Failed to delete the software RAID device There was an error deleting the software RAID device. It may be in use.

partman-md/confirm (boolean)
Write the changes to the storage devices and configure RAID? Before RAID can be configured, the changes have to be written to the storage devices. These changes cannot be undone. . When RAID is configured, no additional changes to the partitions in the disks containing physical volumes are allowed. Please convince yourself that you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme in these disks. . ${ITEMS}
Default: false

partman-md/confirm_nochanges (boolean)
Keep current partition layout and configure RAID? When RAID is configured, no additional changes to the partitions in the disks containing physical volumes are allowed. Please convince yourself that you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme in these disks.
Default: false

partman-md/commit_failed (error)
RAID configuration failure An error occurred while writing the changes to the storage devices. . RAID configuration has been aborted.

partman/method_long/raid (text)
physical volume for RAID

partman/method_short/raid (text)
raid

partman-md/device_remove_md (boolean)
Remove existing software RAID partitions? The selected device contains partitions used for software RAID devices. The following devices and partitions are about to be removed: . Software RAID devices about to be removed: ${REMOVED_DEVICES} . Partitions used by these RAID devices: ${REMOVED_PARTITIONS} . Note that this will also permanently erase any data currently on the software RAID devices.
Default: false

partman-nbd/mainmenu (select)
NBD configuration action: There are currently ${NUMBER} devices connected.
Choices:
Default:

partman-nbd/server (string)
Network Block Device server: Please enter the host name or the IP address of the system running nbd-server.

partman-nbd/name (string)
Name for NBD export Please enter the NBD export name needed to access nbd-server. The name entered here should match an existing export on the server.

partman-nbd/device (select)
Network Block Device device node: Please select the NBD device node that you wish to connect or disconnect.
Choices:
Default:

partman-nbd/error/noserver (error)
Failed to connect to the NBD server Connecting to the nbd-server failed. Please ensure that the host and the export name which you entered are correct, that the nbd-server process is running on that host, that the network is configured correctly, and retry.

partman-nbd/error/nodev (error)
No more Network Block Device nodes left Either all available NBD device nodes are in use or something went wrong with the detection of the device nodes. . No more NBD device nodes can be configured until a configured one is disconnected.

partman-nbd/error/noconnected (error)
No connected Network Block Device nodes were found There are currently no Network Block Device nodes connected to any server. As such, you can't disconnect any of them.

partman-nbd/menu/connect (text)
Connect a Network Block Device

partman-nbd/menu/disconnect (text)
Disconnect a Network Block Device

partman-nbd/menu/finish (text)
Finish and return to the partitioner

partman-newworld/no_newworld (boolean)
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning? No NewWorld boot partition was found. The yaboot boot loader requires an Apple_Bootstrap partition at least 819200 bytes in size, using the HFS Macintosh file system.
Default:

partman-newworld/wrong_size (boolean)
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning? The NewWorld boot partition must be at least 819200 bytes in size.
Default:

partman-newworld/boot_partitions (string)
for internal use only (partman-newworld, yaboot-installer) This template is used internally to store a comma-separated list of available NewWorld boot partitions, which is used later by yaboot-installer. It is never shown to users.

partman/method_long/newworld (text)
NewWorld boot partition

partman/method_short/newworld (text)
boot

partman/filesystem_long/hfs (text)
HFS Macintosh file system

partman/filesystem_short/hfs (text)
hfs

partman-partitioning/new_state (text)
Computing the new state of the partition table...

partman-partitioning/impossible_resize (error)
The resize operation is impossible Because of an unknown reason it is impossible to resize this partition. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-partitioning/confirm_resize (boolean)
Write previous changes to disk and continue? Before you can select a new partition size, any previous changes have to be written to disk. . You cannot undo this operation. . Please note that the resize operation may take a long time.
Default:

partman-partitioning/new_size (string)
New partition size: The minimum size for this partition is ${MINSIZE} (or ${PERCENT}) and its maximum size is ${MAXSIZE}. . Hint: "max" can be used as a shortcut to specify the maximum size, or enter a percentage (e.g. "20%") to use that percentage of the maximum size.

partman-partitioning/bad_new_size (error)
The size entered is invalid The size you entered was not understood. Please enter a positive integer size followed by an optional unit of measure (e.g. "200 GB"). The default unit of measure is the megabyte.

partman-partitioning/big_new_size (error)
The size entered is too large The size you entered is larger than the maximum size of the partition. Please enter a smaller size to continue.

partman-partitioning/small_new_size (error)
The size entered is too small The size you entered is smaller than the minimum size of the partition. Please enter a larger size to continue.

partman-partitioning/new_size_commit_failed (error)
Resize operation failure An error occurred while writing the changes to the storage devices. . The resize operation has been aborted.

partman-partitioning/new_partition_size (string)
New partition size: The maximum size for this partition is ${MAXSIZE}. . Hint: "max" can be used as a shortcut to specify the maximum size, or enter a percentage (e.g. "20%") to use that percentage of the maximum size.

partman-partitioning/bad_new_partition_size (error)
Invalid size

partman-partitioning/new_partition_place (select)
Location for the new partition: Please choose whether you want the new partition to be created at the beginning or at the end of the available space.
Choices: Beginning, End
Default:

partman-partitioning/new_partition_type (select)
Type for the new partition:
Choices: Primary, Logical
Default:

partman-partitioning/set_flags (multiselect)
Flags for the new partition:
Choices:
Default:

partman-partitioning/set_name (string)
Partition name:

partman-partitioning/unknown_label (boolean)
Continue with partitioning? This partitioner doesn't have information about the default type of the partition tables on your architecture. Please send an e-mail message to debian-boot@lists.debian.org with information. . Please note that if the type of the partition table is unsupported by libparted, then this partitioner will not work properly.
Default: true

partman-partitioning/unsupported_label (boolean)
Continue with partitioning? This partitioner is based on the library libparted which doesn't have support for the partition tables used on your architecture. It is strongly recommended that you exit this partitioner. . If you can, please help to add support for your partition table type to libparted.
Default: false

partman-partitioning/default_label (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded You may preseed this template to override the partitioner's platform-specific default choice of disk label. For example, on x86 architectures it may be useful to set this to "gpt" to cause new partition tables to be created using GPT.

partman-partitioning/choose_label (select)
Partition table type: Select the type of partition table to use.
Choices:
Default:

partman-partitioning/confirm_new_label (boolean)
Create new empty partition table on this device? You have selected an entire device to partition. If you proceed with creating a new partition table on the device, then all current partitions will be removed. . Note that you will be able to undo this operation later if you wish.
Default: false

partman-partitioning/confirm_write_new_label (boolean)
Write a new empty partition table? Because of limitations in the current implementation of the Sun partition tables in libparted, the newly created partition table has to be written to the disk immediately. . You will NOT be able to undo this operation later and all existing data on the disk will be irreversibly removed. . Confirm whether you actually want to create a new partition table and write it to disk.
Default: false

partman-partitioning/bootable_logical (boolean)
Are you sure you want a bootable logical partition? You are trying to set the bootable flag on a logical partition. The bootable flag is generally only useful on primary partitions, so setting it on logical partitions is normally discouraged. Some BIOS versions are known to fail to boot if there is no bootable primary partition. . However, if you are sure that your BIOS does not have this problem, or if you are using a custom boot manager that pays attention to bootable logical partitions, then setting this flag may make sense.
Default: false

partman-partitioning/text/set_flags (text)
Set the partition flags

partman-partitioning/text/set_name (text)
Name:

partman-partitioning/text/bootable (text)
Bootable flag:

partman-partitioning/text/on (text)
on

partman-partitioning/text/off (text)
off

partman-partitioning/text/resize (text)
Resize the partition (currently ${SIZE})

partman-partitioning/text/delete (text)
Delete the partition

partman-partitioning/text/new (text)
Create a new partition

partman-partitioning/text/label (text)
Create a new empty partition table on this device

partman/method_long/biosgrub (text)
Reserved BIOS boot area

partman/method_short/biosgrub (text)
biosgrub

partman-prep/text/method (text)
Use the partition as a PowerPC PReP boot partition

partman/method_long/prep (text)
PowerPC PReP boot partition

partman-prep/no_prep (boolean)
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning? No PowerPC PReP boot partition is found.
Default:

partman-prep/wrong_place (boolean)
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning? The PowerPC PReP boot partition must be in the first 8MB.
Default:

partman-prep/boot_partitions (string)
for internal use only (partman-prep, yaboot/prep-installer) This template is used internally to store a comma-separated list of available PowerPC PReP boot partitions, which is used later by yaboot-installer or prep-installer. It is never shown to users.

partman-target/help (note)
Help on partitioning Partitioning a hard drive consists of dividing it to create the space needed to install your new system. You need to choose which partition(s) will be used for the installation. . Select a free space to create partitions in it. . Select a device to remove all partitions in it and create a new empty partition table. . Select a partition to remove it or to specify how it should be used. At a bare minimum, you need one partition to contain the root of the file system (whose mount point is /). Most people also feel that a separate swap partition is a necessity. "Swap" is scratch space for an operating system, which allows the system to use disk storage as "virtual memory". . When the partition is already formatted you may choose to keep and use the existing data in the partition. Partitions that will be used in this way are marked with "${KEEP}" in the main partitioning menu. . In general you will want to format the partition with a newly created file system. NOTE: all data in the partition will be irreversibly deleted. If you decide to format a partition that is already formatted, it will be marked with "${DESTROY}" in the main partitioning menu. Otherwise it will be marked with "${FORMAT}". . ${ARCHITECTURE_HELP}

partman-target/arch_help/i386/generic (text)
In order to start your new system, a so called boot loader is used. It can be installed either in the master boot record of the first hard disk, or in a partition. When the boot loader is installed in a partition, you must set the bootable flag for it. Such a partition will be marked with "${BOOTABLE}" in the main partitioning menu.

partman-target/arch_help/powerpc/powermac_newworld (text)
In order to start your new system, a so called boot loader is used. It is installed in a boot partition. You must set the bootable flag for the partition. Such a partition will be marked with "${BOOTABLE}" in the main partitioning menu.

partman-target/same_label (error)
Identical labels for two file systems Two file systems are assigned the same label (${LABEL}): ${PART1} and ${PART2}. Since file system labels are usually used as unique identifiers, this is likely to cause reliability problems later. . Please correct this by changing labels.

partman-target/same_mountpoint (error)
Identical mount points for two file systems Two file systems are assigned the same mount point (${MOUNTPOINT}): ${PART1} and ${PART2}. . Please correct this by changing mount points.

partman-target/no_root (error)
No root file system No root file system is defined. . Please correct this from the partitioning menu.

partman-target/must_be_on_root (error)
Separate file system not allowed here You assigned a separate file system to ${MOUNTPOINT}, but in order for the system to start correctly this directory must be on the root file system. . Please correct this from the partitioning menu.

partman-target/mount_failed (boolean)
Do you want to resume partitioning? The attempt to mount a file system with type ${TYPE} in ${DEVICE} at ${MOUNTPOINT} failed. . You may resume partitioning from the partitioning menu.
Default: true

partman-target/choose_method (select)
How to use this partition:
Choices:
Default:

partman-target/text/method (text)
Use as:

partman-target/text/get_help (text)
Help on partitioning

partman/mount_style (select)
for internal use; can be preseeded Normally, filesystems are mounted using a universally unique identifier (UUID) as a key; this allows them to be mounted properly even if their device name changes. UUIDs are long and difficult to read, so, if you prefer, the installer can mount filesystems based on the traditional device names, or based on a label you assign. However, note that traditional device names may change based on the order in which the kernel discovers devices at boot, which may cause the wrong filesystem to be mounted; similarly, labels are likely to clash if you plug in a new disk or a USB drive, and if that happens your system's behaviour when started will be random. . If you set "label" here, any filesystems without a label will be mounted using a UUID instead. . Devices with stable names, such as LVM logical volumes, will continue to use their traditional names rather than UUIDs.
Choices:
Default: uuid

partman/filesystem_long/freebsd-ufs (text)
UFS file system

partman/filesystem_short/freebsd-ufs (text)
ufs

partman/filesystem_short/ufs (text)
ufs

partman/filesystem_long/ufs (text)
UFS file system

partman-ufs/root_not_ufs (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? Your root partition has not been configured with a bootable file system. This is needed by your machine in order to boot. Please go back and use either the UFS or the ZFS file system. . If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, the partition will be used as is. This means that you may not be able to boot from your hard disk.
Default:

partman/filesystem_long/xfs (text)
XFS journaling file system

partman/filesystem_short/xfs (text)
xfs

partman/filesystem_short/zfs (text)
zfs

partman/filesystem_long/zfs (text)
ZFS file system

partman-zfs/multipv_root (error)
Separate /boot and /lib/modules mandatory for this ZFS configuration Your root file system is on a ZFS pool that uses more than one physical volume. . The boot loader only supports this configuration for pools in Mirror or Striped modes, but not RAID-Z mode. . Make sure /boot and /lib/modules are on a partition using a supported ZFS pool configuration, or a different file system such as UFS.

partman-zfs/multipv_other (error)
Unsupported multiple volume ZFS for ${MNT} Your ${MNT} partition is on a ZFS pool that uses more than one physical volume. . The boot loader only supports this configuration for pools in Mirror or Striped modes, but not RAID-Z mode. . Make sure ${MNT} is on a partition using a supported ZFS pool configuration, or a different file system such as UFS.

partman-zfs/i386 (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? You have configured one or more partitions with the ZFS file system. Although ZFS is supported on 32-bit i386, using it without special tuning may lead to performance or stability problems due to limitations of this architecture. . You should either use the 64-bit (amd64) version of this installer (if your hardware supports this), or go back to the partitioning menu and configure the partitions to use another file system.
Default:

partman-zfs/lowmem (boolean)
Go back to the menu and correct this problem? You have configured one or more partitions with the ZFS file system. Using ZFS on a computer with less than 512 MB of memory may lead to stability problems and is not recommended. . You should go back to the partitioning menu and configure the partitions to use another file system.
Default:

partman-zfs/text/configure_zfs (text)
Configure ZFS

partman-zfs/text/in_use (text)
In use by ZFS pool ${VG}

partman-zfs/menu/display (text)
Display configuration details

partman-zfs/menu/createvg (text)
Create ZFS pool

partman-zfs/menu/deletevg (text)
Delete ZFS pool

partman-zfs/menu/createlv (text)
Create logical volume

partman-zfs/menu/createfs (text)
Create root file system

partman-zfs/menu/deletelv (text)
Delete logical volume

partman-zfs/menu/finish (text)
Finish

partman-zfs/confirm (boolean)
Write the changes to disk and configure ZFS? Before ZFS can be configured, the current partitioning scheme has to be written to disk. These changes cannot be undone. . After ZFS is configured, no additional changes to the partitioning scheme of disks containing physical volumes are allowed during the installation. Please decide if you are satisfied with the current partitioning scheme before continuing. . ${ITEMS}
Default: false

partman-zfs/commit_failed (error)
ZFS configuration failure An error occurred while writing the changes to the disks. . ZFS configuration has been aborted.

partman/method_long/zfs (text)
physical volume for ZFS

partman/method_short/zfs (text)
zfs

partman-zfs/mainmenu (select)
ZFS configuration action: Summary of current ZFS configuration: . Free physical volumes: ${FREE_PVS} Used physical volumes: ${USED_PVS} ZFS pools: ${VGS} ZFS logical volumes: ${LVS} ${BOOTFS}
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/displayall (note)
Current ZFS configuration: ${CURRENT_CONFIG}

partman-zfs/vgcreate_parts (multiselect)
Devices for the new ZFS pool: Please select devices for the new ZFS pool. . You can select one or more devices.
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/vgcreate_multipv (select)
Multidisk mode for this ZFS pool: Please choose the mode for multidisk operations for this ZFS pool: * Striped: similar to RAID 0 (default) - data is spread across the physical volumes; * Mirror: similar to RAID 1 - data is replicated to each physical volume; * RAID-Z: similar to RAID 5 or RAID 6 - some physical volumes store parity bits and data is spread across others.
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/vgcreate_raidz_parity (select)
Parity level for RAID-Z: Please choose the number of physical volumes that will be used to store parity bits.
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/vgcreate_name (string)
ZFS pool name: Please enter the name you would like to use for the new ZFS pool.

partman-zfs/vgcreate_nosel (error)
No physical volumes selected No physical volumes were selected. The creation of a new ZFS pool has been aborted.

partman-zfs/vgcreate_nonamegiven (error)
No ZFS pool name No name for the ZFS pool has been entered. Please enter a name.

partman-zfs/vgcreate_nameused (error)
ZFS pool name already in use The selected ZFS pool name is already in use. Please choose a different name.

partman-zfs/vgcreate_error (error)
Error while creating ZFS pool The ZFS pool ${VG} could not be created. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-zfs/vgdelete_names (select)
ZFS pool to delete: Please select the ZFS pool you wish to delete.
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/vgdelete_novg (error)
No ZFS pool No ZFS pool has been found. . The ZFS pool may have already been deleted.

partman-zfs/vgdelete_confirm (boolean)
Really delete the ZFS pool? Please confirm the removal of the ZFS pool ${VG}.
Default: true

partman-zfs/vgdelete_error (error)
Error while deleting ZFS pool The selected ZFS pool could not be deleted. One or more logical volumes may currently be in use.

partman-zfs/lvcreate_nofreevg (error)
No ZFS pool found No free ZFS pools were found for creating a new logical volume. Please create another ZFS pool, or free space in an existing ZFS pool.

partman-zfs/lvcreate_name (string)
Logical volume name: Please enter the name you would like to use for the new logical volume.

partman-zfs/lvcreate_vgnames (select)
ZFS pool: Please select the ZFS pool where the new logical volume should be created.
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/lvcreate_nonamegiven (error)
No logical volume name entered No name for the logical volume has been entered. Please enter a name.

partman-zfs/lvcreate_exists (error)
Error while creating a new logical volume The name ${LV} is already in use by another logical volume on the same ZFS pool (${VG}).

partman-zfs/lvcreate_size (string)
Logical volume size: Please enter the size of the new logical volume. The size may be entered in the following formats: 10K (Kilobytes), 10M (Megabytes), 10G (Gigabytes), 10T (Terabytes). The default unit is Megabytes.

partman-zfs/lvcreate_error (error)
Error while creating a new logical volume Unable to create a new logical volume (${LV}) on ${VG} with the new size ${SIZE}. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-zfs/lvdelete_nolv (error)
No logical volume found No logical volume has been found. Please create a logical volume first.

partman-zfs/lvdelete_lvnames (select)
Logical volume: Please select the logical volume to delete.
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/text/lvdelete_invg (text)
in VG ${VG}

partman-zfs/lvdelete_error (error)
Error while deleting the logical volume The logical volume ${LV} on ${VG} could not be deleted. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.

partman-zfs/nopartitions (error)
No usable physical volumes found No physical volumes (i.e. partitions) were found in this system. All physical volumes may already be in use. You may also need to load some required kernel modules or re-partition the hard drives.

partman-zfs/nozfs (error)
ZFS not available The current kernel doesn't support ZFS. You may need to load the zfs module.

partman-zfs/badnamegiven (error)
Invalid logical volume, ZFS pool name or ZFS file system name Logical volumes, ZFS pool names and ZFS file systems may only contain alphanumeric characters, hyphen, colon, period, and underscore. They must be 255 characters or less and must begin with an alphanumeric character. The names "mirror", "raidz", "spare", and "log" are not allowed. . Please choose a different name.

partman-zfs/device_remove_zfs (boolean)
Remove existing logical volume data? The selected device already contains the following ZFS logical volumes and ZFS pools which are about to be removed: . Logical volume(s): ${LVTARGETS} . ZFS pool(s): ${VGTARGETS} . Note that this will also permanently erase any data currently on the logical volumes.
Default: false

partman-zfs/help (note)
ZFS A common situation for system administrators is to find that some disk partition (usually the most important one) is short on space, while some other partition is underused. ZFS can help with this. . ZFS allows combining disk or partition devices ("physical volumes") to form a virtual disk ("ZFS pool"), which can then be divided into virtual partitions ("logical volumes"). ZFS pools and logical volumes may span across several physical disks. New physical volumes may be added to a ZFS pool at any time, and logical volumes have no size limit other than the total size of the ZFS pool. . The items on the ZFS configuration menu can be used to edit ZFS pools and logical volumes. After you return to the main partition manager screen, logical volumes will be displayed in the same way as ordinary partitions, and should be treated as such.

partman-zfs/choose_pool (select)
Pool to modify:
Choices:
Default:

partman-zfs/choose_bootfs (string)
ZFS boot file system name: Please enter the name of the boot file system among the following: . ${FOUND_EXISTING_FS} . This will be prefixed by ${VG}/ROOT and mounted as the root file system.

partman-zfs/bootfs_nonamegiven (error)
No file system name entered No name has been entered for the root file system. Please enter a name.

partman-zfs/bootfs (string)
ZFS boot

partman/progress/init/loading_zfs (text)
Loading ZFS module...

pkgsel/progress/init (text)
Setting up...

pkgsel/upgrade (select)
for internal use; can be preseeded type of upgrade to perform
Choices:
Default: safe-upgrade

pkgsel/progress/upgrade (text)
Upgrading software...

pkgsel/progress/tasksel (text)
Running tasksel...

pkgsel/progress/cleanup (text)
Cleaning up...

pkgsel/include (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Comma/space-separated list of extra packages to install

pkgsel/progress/fallback (text)
Running ${SCRIPT}...

prep-installer/progress (text)
Copying the kernel to the PReP boot partition

prep-installer/part (text)
Looking for PReP boot partitions

prep-installer/nopart (error)
No PReP boot partitions No PReP boot partitions were found. You must create a PReP boot partition within the first 8MB of your hard disk.

prep-installer/root (text)
Looking for the root partition

prep-installer/noroot (error)
No root partition found No partition is mounted as your new root partition. You must mount a root partition first.

prep-installer/dd (text)
Copying the kernel to the PReP boot partition

prep-installer/success (note)
Successfully installed PReP The kernel was properly copied to the PReP boot partition. . The new system is now ready to boot.

preseed/file (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Path to debconf preconfiguration file (or files) to load

preseed/file/checksum (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Optional md5sum (or sums) for the preconfiguration files

preseed/url (string)
Location of initial preconfiguration file: In order to perform an automated install, you need to supply a preconfiguration file (which can in turn pull in other files). To do that, you need to provide a (perhaps partial) URL. . This can be as simple as the machine name where your preseed files reside up to a full URL. Any of these could be made to work: intra [for example.com, these three are equivalent] intra.example.com http://intra.example.com/d-i/./lenny/preseed.cfg http://192.168.0.1/~phil/test47.txt floppy://preseed.cfg file:///hd-media/kiosk/./preseed.cfg . For fully automated installs, preseed/url should itself be preseeded (via kernel command line, DHCP, or syslinux.cfg on customised media) . See http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstaller/Preseed for inspiration.

preseed/url/checksum (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Optional md5sum (or sums) for the preconfiguration files

auto-install/enable (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded If true, attempt a fully automatic install
Default: false

auto-install/defaultroot (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Path added to local server to give the preseed root

preseed/load_error (error)
Failed to process the preconfiguration file The installer failed to process the preconfiguration file from ${LOCATION}. The file may be corrupt.

preseed/boot_command (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Shell command or commands to run in the d-i environment during boot

preseed/early_command (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Shell command or commands to run in the d-i environment as early as possible

preseed/late_command (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Shell command or commands to run in the d-i environment as late as possible

preseed/run (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Programs to be obtained & run

preseed/include (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Additional preseed files to load

preseed/include/checksum (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded md5sums of additional preseed files to load

preseed/include_command (string)
for internal use; can be preseeded Shell command to run that may output a list of preseed files to load

preseed/command_failed (error)
Failed to run preseeded command Execution of preseeded command "${COMMAND}" failed with exit code ${CODE}.

preseed/interactive (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded If true, preseed questions but don't mark them as seen
Default: false

quik-installer/progress/apt-install (text)
Installing quik boot loader

quik-installer/apt-install-failed (boolean)
quik installation failed. Continue anyway? The quik package failed to install into /target/. Installing quik as a boot loader is a required step. The install problem might however be unrelated to quik, so continuing the installation may be possible.
Default: true

quik-installer/progress/checking (text)
Checking partitions

quik-installer/noroot (error)
No root partition found No partition is mounted as your new root partition. You must mount a root partition first.

quik-installer/boot_not_on_first_disk (error)
Boot partition not on first disk The quik boot loader requires partition that holds /boot to be on the first disk. Please return to the partitioning step.

quik-installer/boot_not_ext2 (error)
Boot partition must be on ext2 The quik boot loader requires the partition that holds /boot to be formatted using the ext2 file system. Please return to the partitioning step.

quik-installer/oldworld_warning (boolean)
Do you really want to install the quik boot loader? You have chosen to install the quik boot loader. You will not be able to boot any other operating system from this disk. Furthermore, your machine may not be bootable in any manner after this process completes. If you are left with a blank screen, you may need to try a cold boot and hold down Command-Option-P-R. . Be aware that this code has not been thoroughly tested.
Default: true

quik-installer/non_oldworld_warning (boolean)
Do you really want to install the quik boot loader? You have chosen to install the quik boot loader. You will not be able to boot any other operating system from this disk. Furthermore, your machine may not be bootable in any manner after this process completes. . Be aware that this code has not been thoroughly tested.
Default: false

quik-installer/progress/conf (text)
Creating quik configuration

quik-installer/conferr (error)
Failed to create quik configuration The creation of the main quik configuration file failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

quik-installer/progress/install (text)
Installing quik into bootstrap partition

quik-installer/quikerr (error)
Failed to install boot loader The installation of the quik boot loader failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: your system may be unbootable!

quik-installer/progress/openfirmware (text)
Setting up OpenFirmware

quik-installer/boot-device_failed (error)
Unable to configure OpenFirmware Setting the OpenFirmware boot-device variable failed. You will have to configure OpenFirmware yourself to boot.

quik-installer/boot-command_failed (error)
Problem configuring OpenFirmware Setting the OpenFirmware boot-command variable failed. You may have intermittent boot failures.

quik-installer/mounterr (error)
Failed to mount /target/proc Mounting the proc file system on /target/proc failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

debian-installer/quik-installer/title (text)
for internal use; can be preseeded Enable rescue mode?

rescue/info (title)
Rescue mode

rescue/no-partitions (text)
No partitions found The installer could not find any partitions, so you will not be able to mount a root file system. This may be caused by the kernel failing to detect your hard disk drive or failing to read the partition table, or the disk may be unpartitioned. If you wish, you may investigate this from a shell in the installer environment.

rescue/root (select)
Device to use as root file system: Enter a device you wish to use as your root file system. You will be able to choose among various rescue operations to perform on this file system. . If you choose not to use a root file system, you will be given a reduced choice of operations that can be performed without one. This may be useful if you need to correct a partitioning problem.
Choices: ${PARTITIONS}, Assemble RAID array, Do not use a root file system
Default:

rescue/no-such-device (error)
No such device The device you entered for your root file system (${DEVICE}) does not exist. Please try again.

rescue/mount-failed (error)
Mount failed An error occurred while mounting the device you entered for your root file system (${DEVICE}) on /target. . Please check the syslog for more information.

rescue/menu (select)
Rescue operations
Choices:
Default:

rescue/menu-error (error)
Rescue operation failed The rescue operation '${OPERATION}' failed with exit code ${CODE}.

rescue/menu/shell (text)
Execute a shell in ${DEVICE}

rescue/menu/initrd-shell (text)
Execute a shell in the installer environment

rescue/menu/change-root (text)
Choose a different root file system

rescue/menu/reboot (text)
Reboot the system

rescue/shell/intro (text)
Executing a shell After this message, you will be given a shell with ${DEVICE} mounted on "/". If you need any other file systems (such as a separate "/usr"), you will have to mount those yourself.

rescue/shell/run-failed (error)
Error running shell in /target A shell (${SHELL}) was found on your root file system (${DEVICE}), but an error occurred while running it.

rescue/shell/not-found (error)
No shell found in /target No usable shell was found on your root file system (${DEVICE}).

rescue/shell/title (text)
Interactive shell on ${DEVICE}

rescue/initrd-shell/intro (text)
Executing a shell After this message, you will be given a shell with ${DEVICE} mounted on "/target". You may work on it using the tools available in the installer environment. If you want to make it your root file system temporarily, run "chroot /target". If you need any other file systems (such as a separate "/usr"), you will have to mount those yourself.

rescue/initrd-shell/intro/no-target (text)
Executing a shell After this message, you will be given a shell in the installer environment. No file systems have been mounted.

rescue/initrd-shell/title (text)
Interactive shell in the installer environment

rescue/passphrase (password)
Passphrase for ${DEVICE}: Please enter the passphrase for the encrypted volume ${DEVICE}. . If you don't enter anything, the volume will not be available during rescue operations.

rescue/assemble-raid (multiselect)
Partitions to assemble: Select the partitions to assemble into a RAID array. If you select "Automatic", then all devices containing RAID physical volumes will be scanned and assembled. . Note that a RAID partition at the end of a disk may sometimes cause that disk to be mistakenly detected as containing a RAID physical volume. In that case, you should select the appropriate partitions individually.
Choices: Automatic, ${PARTITIONS}
Default:

rescue/separate-fs (boolean)
Mount separate ${FILESYSTEM} partition? The installed system appears to use a separate ${FILESYSTEM} partition. . It is normally a good idea to mount it as it will allow operations such as reinstalling the boot loader. However, if the file system on ${FILESYSTEM} is corrupt then you may want to avoid mounting it.
Default: true

s390-dasd/choose (string)
Choose device: Please choose a device. You have to specify the complete device number, including leading zeros.

s390-dasd/choose_invalid (error)
Invalid device An invalid device number has been chosen.

s390-dasd/format (boolean)
Format the device? The DASD ${device} is already low-level formatted. . Please choose whether you want to format again and remove any data on the DASD. Note that formatting a DASD might take a long time.
Default: false

s390-dasd/format_required (boolean)
Format the device? The DASD ${device} is not low-level formatted. DASD devices must be formatted before you can create partitions.
Default: true

s390-dasd/format_disk_in_use (error)
The DASD ${device} is in use Could not low-level format the DASD ${device} because the DASD is in use. For example, the DASD could be a member of a mapped device in an LVM volume group.

s390-dasd/formatting (text)
Formatting ${device}...

debian-installer/s390-dasd/title (text)
Configure direct access storage devices (DASD)

s390-netdevice/ctc/choose_read (select)
CTC read device: The following device numbers might belong to CTC or ESCON connections.
Choices:
Default:

s390-netdevice/ctc/choose_write (select)
CTC write device: The following device numbers might belong to CTC or ESCON connections.
Choices:
Default:

s390-netdevice/ctc/confirm (boolean)
Do you accept this configuration? The configured parameters are: read channel = ${device_read} write channel = ${device_write} protocol = ${protocol}
Default: true

s390-netdevice/ctc/no (error)
No CTC or ESCON connections Please make sure that you have set them up correctly.

s390-netdevice/ctc/protocol (select)
Protocol for this connection:
Choices:
Default: S/390 (0)

s390-netdevice/qeth/choose (select)
Device: Please select the OSA-Express QDIO / HiperSockets device.
Choices:
Default:

s390-netdevice/qeth/confirm (boolean)
Do you accept this configuration? The configured parameters are: channels = ${device0}, ${device1}, ${device2} port = ${port} layer2 = ${layer2}
Default: true

s390-netdevice/qeth/no (error)
No OSA-Express QDIO cards / HiperSockets No OSA-Express QDIO cards / HiperSockets were detected. If you are running VM please make sure that your card is attached to this guest.

s390-netdevice/qeth/port (string)
Port: Please enter a relative port for this connection.

s390-netdevice/qeth/layer2 (boolean)
Use this device in layer2 mode? By default OSA-Express cards use layer3 mode. In that mode LLC headers are removed from incoming IPv4 packets. Using the card in layer2 mode will make it keep the MAC addresses of IPv4 packets.
Default: false

s390-netdevice/iucv/confirm (boolean)
Do you accept this configuration? The configured parameter is: peer = ${peer}
Default: true

s390-netdevice/iucv/peer (string)
VM peer: Please enter the name of the VM peer you want to connect to. . If you want to connect to multiple peers, separate the names by colons, e.g. tcpip:linux1. . The standard TCP/IP server name on VM is TCPIP; on VIF it's $TCPIP. Note: IUCV must be enabled in the VM user directory for this driver to work and it must be set up on both ends of the communication.

debian-installer/s390-netdevice/title (text)
Configure the network device

debian-installer/s390-zfcp/title (text)
Activate FCP devices for installation

s390-zfcp/zfcp (string)
for internal use; preseeding only Enables one ore more SCSI devices for the installation. Use the comma (,) to separate multiple entries. An entry consists of a zfcp host adapter only or a zfcp host adapter followed by the WWPN and LUN, separated by a colon (:). For example, 0.0.1234,0.0.5678:0x2005000e11159c32:0x1234567800000000

s390-zfcp/no_zfcp_hosts (note)
No FCP adapters available for installation Try to use DASDs for installation.

s390-zfcp/select_zfcp_host (select)
Available FCP devices: The following FCP devices are available for installation. Select each FCP device you want to activate for accessing FC-attached SCSI devices. Depending on your FCP device configuration, you will be asked further setup questions. . Select "Finish" when you have all FCP devices activated for your installation.
Choices:
Default:

s390-zfcp/remove_zfcp_config (boolean)
Do you want to remove the FCP device configuration? Confirm removing the FCP device configuration. If you choose this, the FCP device configuration file is removed. Otherwise, you can update the current FCP device configuration.
Default: false

s390-zfcp/add_zfcp_luns (select)
Available LUNs for installation: The following list displays the LUNs that are available for installation. Select "Add LUN" to attach a SCSI device through its LUN. When you have added the LUNs that you need for installation, select "Finish".
Choices:
Default:

s390-zfcp/get_lun (string)
WWPN and LUN for the SCSI device: Specify the worldwide port name (WWPN) of the target port and the logical unit number (LUN) to attach a particular SCSI disk. The WWPN and LUN each consists of 16 hexadecimal digits. Separate the WWPN and LUN with a colon (:). For example, 0x2005000e11159c32:0x1234567800000000.

s390-zfcp/remove_lun (boolean)
Do you want to remove the LUN ${LUN}? Confirm removal of the specified LUN.
Default: false

s390-zfcp/invalid_lun_fmt (error)
Could not recognize the specified LUN The specified LUN could not be recognized. Specify a valid WWPN and LUN value which are separated by a colon (:).

s390-zfcp/invalid_wwpn_or_lun (error)
The specified WWPN or LUN is not valid Ensure that you specify the WWPN and LUN value as hexadecimal value, each consisting of up to 16 hexadecimal digits.

s390-zfcp/port_not_found (error)
Could not found the specified target port The requested SCSI device could not be attached. The target port that was specified with the WWPN could not be found. Ensure you specified the correct WWPN value.

s390-zfcp/lun_not_added (error)
Could not add the specified LUN The requested SCSI device could not be attached. The specified LUN could not be added to the specified target port. Ensure you specified the correct LUN and, respectively, WWPN.

s390-zfcp/lun_not_removed (error)
Could not remove the specified LUN The requested SCSI device could not be removed.

s390-zfcp/udev_progress (text)
Detecting SCSI devices...

tzsetup/text/UTC (text)
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)

tzsetup/descriptions/zone (text)
Select your time zone:

tzsetup/descriptions/location (text)
Select a location in your time zone:

tzsetup/descriptions/city (text)
Select a city in your time zone:

tzsetup/descriptions/state (text)
Select the state or province to set your time zone:

tzsetup/country/AQ (select)
location
Choices: McMurdo, Rothera, Palmer, Mawson, Davis, Casey, Vostok, Dumont-d'Urville, Syowa
Default:

tzsetup/country/AU (select)
state
Choices: Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, Eyre Highway, Yancowinna County, Lord Howe Island
Default: Australia/Canberra

tzsetup/country/BR (select)
state
Choices: Acre, Alagoas, Amazonas, Amapá, Bahia, Ceará, Distrito Federal, Espírito Santo, Fernando de Noronha, Goiás, Maranhão, Minas Gerais, Mato Grosso do Sul, Mato Grosso, Pará, Paraíba, Pernambuco, Piauí, Paraná, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Norte, Rondônia, Roraima, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, Sergipe, São Paulo, Tocantins
Default: America/Sao_Paulo

tzsetup/country/CA (select)
zone
Choices: Newfoundland, Atlantic, Eastern, Central, East Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Mountain, Pacific
Default: Canada/Eastern

tzsetup/country/CD (select)
city
Choices: Kinshasa, Lubumbashi
Default: Africa/Kinshasa

tzsetup/country/CL (select)
zone
Choices: Santiago, Easter Island
Default: America/Santiago

tzsetup/country/DE (select)
location
Choices: Berlin, Busingen
Default: Europe/Berlin

tzsetup/country/EC (select)
location
Choices: Guayaquil, Galapagos
Default: America/Guayaquil

tzsetup/country/ES (select)
location
Choices: Madrid, Ceuta, Canary Islands
Default: Europe/Madrid

tzsetup/country/FM (select)
location
Choices: Yap, Truk, Pohnpei, Kosrae
Default: Pacific/Ponape

tzsetup/country/GL (select)
location
Choices: Godthab, Danmarkshavn, Scoresbysund, Thule
Default: America/Godthab

tzsetup/country/ID (select)
city
Choices: Western (Sumatra\, Jakarta\, Java\, West and Central Kalimantan), Central (Sulawesi\, Bali\, Nusa Tenggara\, East and South Kalimantan), Eastern (Maluku\, Papua)
Default: Asia/Jakarta

tzsetup/country/KI (select)
zone
Choices: Tarawa (Gilbert Islands), Enderbury (Phoenix Islands), Kiritimati (Line Islands)
Default: Pacific/Tarawa

tzsetup/country/KZ (select)
city
Choices: Almaty, Qyzylorda, Aqtobe, Atyrau, Oral
Default: Asia/Almaty

tzsetup/country/MN (select)
city
Choices: Ulaanbaatar, Hovd, Choibalsan
Default: Asia/Ulaanbaatar

tzsetup/country/MX (select)
zone
Choices: Central, Mountain, Pacific
Default: Mexico/General

tzsetup/country/NZ (select)
location
Choices: Auckland, Chatham Islands
Default: Pacific/Auckland

tzsetup/country/PF (select)
location
Choices: Tahiti (Society Islands), Marquesas Islands, Gambier Islands
Default: Pacific/Tahiti

tzsetup/country/PT (select)
location
Choices: Lisbon, Madeira Islands, Azores
Default: Europe/Lisbon

tzsetup/country/RU (select)
zone
Choices: Moscow-01 - Kaliningrad, Moscow+00 - Moscow, Moscow+01 - Samara, Moscow+02 - Yekaterinburg, Moscow+03 - Omsk, Moscow+04 - Krasnoyarsk, Moscow+05 - Irkutsk, Moscow+06 - Yakutsk, Moscow+07 - Vladivostok, Moscow+08 - Magadan
Default: Europe/Moscow

tzsetup/country/UM (select)
location
Choices: Johnston Atoll, Midway Islands, Wake Island
Default: Pacific/Midway

tzsetup/country/US (select)
zone
Choices: Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska, Hawaii, Arizona, East Indiana, Samoa
Default: US/Eastern

passwd/root-password-crypted (password)
for internal use only

passwd/user-password-crypted (password)
for internal use only

passwd/user-uid (string)
for internal use only

passwd/user-default-groups (string)
for internal use only

passwd/root-login (boolean)
Allow login as root? If you choose not to allow root to log in, then a user account will be created and given the power to become root using the 'sudo' command.
Default: true

passwd/root-password (password)
Root password: You need to set a password for 'root', the system administrative account. A malicious or unqualified user with root access can have disastrous results, so you should take care to choose a root password that is not easy to guess. It should not be a word found in dictionaries, or a word that could be easily associated with you. . A good password will contain a mixture of letters, numbers and punctuation and should be changed at regular intervals. . The root user should not have an empty password. If you leave this empty, the root account will be disabled and the system's initial user account will be given the power to become root using the "sudo" command. . Note that you will not be able to see the password as you type it.

passwd/root-password-again (password)
Re-enter password to verify: Please enter the same root password again to verify that you have typed it correctly.

passwd/make-user (boolean)
Create a normal user account now? It's a bad idea to use the root account for normal day-to-day activities, such as the reading of electronic mail, because even a small mistake can result in disaster. You should create a normal user account to use for those day-to-day tasks. . Note that you may create it later (as well as any additional account) by typing 'adduser ' as root, where is an username, like 'imurdock' or 'rms'.
Default: true

passwd/user-fullname (string)
Full name for the new user: A user account will be created for you to use instead of the root account for non-administrative activities. . Please enter the real name of this user. This information will be used for instance as default origin for emails sent by this user as well as any program which displays or uses the user's real name. Your full name is a reasonable choice.

passwd/username (string)
Username for your account: Select a username for the new account. Your first name is a reasonable choice. The username should start with a lower-case letter, which can be followed by any combination of numbers and more lower-case letters.

passwd/username-bad (error)
Invalid username The username you entered is invalid. Note that usernames must start with a lower-case letter, which can be followed by any combination of numbers and more lower-case letters, and must be no more than 32 characters long.

passwd/username-reserved (error)
Reserved username The username you entered (${USERNAME}) is reserved for use by the system. Please select a different one.

passwd/user-password (password)
Choose a password for the new user: A good password will contain a mixture of letters, numbers and punctuation and should be changed at regular intervals.

passwd/user-password-again (password)
Re-enter password to verify: Please enter the same user password again to verify you have typed it correctly.

user-setup/password-mismatch (error)
Password input error The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again.

user-setup/password-empty (error)
Empty password You entered an empty password, which is not allowed. Please choose a non-empty password.

passwd/shadow (boolean)
Enable shadow passwords? Shadow passwords make your system more secure because nobody is able to view even encrypted passwords. The passwords are stored in a separate file that can only be read by special programs. The use of shadow passwords is strongly recommended, except in a few cases such as NIS environments.
Default: true

debian-installer/user-setup-udeb/title (title)
Set up users and passwords

finish-install/progress/user-setup (text)
Setting users and passwords...

passwd/root-password-crypted (password)
for internal use only

passwd/user-password-crypted (password)
for internal use only

passwd/user-uid (string)
for internal use only

passwd/user-default-groups (string)
for internal use only

passwd/root-login (boolean)
Allow login as root? If you choose not to allow root to log in, then a user account will be created and given the power to become root using the 'sudo' command.
Default: true

passwd/root-password (password)
Root password: You need to set a password for 'root', the system administrative account. A malicious or unqualified user with root access can have disastrous results, so you should take care to choose a root password that is not easy to guess. It should not be a word found in dictionaries, or a word that could be easily associated with you. . A good password will contain a mixture of letters, numbers and punctuation and should be changed at regular intervals. . The root user should not have an empty password. If you leave this empty, the root account will be disabled and the system's initial user account will be given the power to become root using the "sudo" command. . Note that you will not be able to see the password as you type it.

passwd/root-password-again (password)
Re-enter password to verify: Please enter the same root password again to verify that you have typed it correctly.

passwd/make-user (boolean)
Create a normal user account now? It's a bad idea to use the root account for normal day-to-day activities, such as the reading of electronic mail, because even a small mistake can result in disaster. You should create a normal user account to use for those day-to-day tasks. . Note that you may create it later (as well as any additional account) by typing 'adduser ' as root, where is an username, like 'imurdock' or 'rms'.
Default: true

passwd/user-fullname (string)
Full name for the new user: A user account will be created for you to use instead of the root account for non-administrative activities. . Please enter the real name of this user. This information will be used for instance as default origin for emails sent by this user as well as any program which displays or uses the user's real name. Your full name is a reasonable choice.

passwd/username (string)
Username for your account: Select a username for the new account. Your first name is a reasonable choice. The username should start with a lower-case letter, which can be followed by any combination of numbers and more lower-case letters.

passwd/username-bad (error)
Invalid username The username you entered is invalid. Note that usernames must start with a lower-case letter, which can be followed by any combination of numbers and more lower-case letters, and must be no more than 32 characters long.

passwd/username-reserved (error)
Reserved username The username you entered (${USERNAME}) is reserved for use by the system. Please select a different one.

passwd/user-password (password)
Choose a password for the new user: A good password will contain a mixture of letters, numbers and punctuation and should be changed at regular intervals.

passwd/user-password-again (password)
Re-enter password to verify: Please enter the same user password again to verify you have typed it correctly.

user-setup/password-mismatch (error)
Password input error The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again.

user-setup/password-empty (error)
Empty password You entered an empty password, which is not allowed. Please choose a non-empty password.

passwd/shadow (boolean)
Enable shadow passwords? Shadow passwords make your system more secure because nobody is able to view even encrypted passwords. The passwords are stored in a separate file that can only be read by special programs. The use of shadow passwords is strongly recommended, except in a few cases such as NIS environments.
Default: true

debian-installer/user-setup-udeb/title (title)
Set up users and passwords

finish-install/progress/user-setup (text)
Setting users and passwords...

yaboot-installer/progress (text)
Installing Yaboot

yaboot-installer/apt-install (text)
Installing Yaboot boot loader

yaboot-installer/apt-install-failed (boolean)
Yaboot installation failed. Continue anyway? The yaboot package failed to install into /target/. Installing Yaboot as a boot loader is a required step. The install problem might however be unrelated to Yaboot, so continuing the installation may be possible.
Default: true

yaboot-installer/part (text)
Looking for bootstrap partitions

yaboot-installer/nopart (error)
No bootstrap partition found No hard disks were found which have an "Apple_Bootstrap" partition. You must create an 819200-byte partition with type "Apple_Bootstrap".

yaboot-installer/root (text)
Looking for root partition

yaboot-installer/noroot (error)
No root partition found No partition is mounted as your new root partition. You must mount a root partition first.

yaboot-installer/os-probing (text)
Looking for other operating systems

yaboot-installer/bootdev (select)
Device for boot loader installation: Yaboot (the Linux boot loader) needs to be installed on a hard disk partition in order for your system to be bootable. Please choose the destination partition from among these partitions that have the bootable flag set. . Warning: this will erase all data on the selected partition!
Choices:
Default: invaliddevice

yaboot-installer/conf (text)
Creating yaboot configuration

yaboot-installer/conferr (error)
Failed to create yaboot configuration The creation of the main yaboot configuration file failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

yaboot-installer/ybin (text)
Installing yaboot into bootstrap partition

yaboot-installer/ybinerr (error)
Failed to install boot loader The installation of the yaboot boot loader failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

yaboot-installer/mounterr (error)
Failed to mount /target/proc Mounting the proc file system on /target/proc failed. . Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details. . Warning: Your system may be unbootable!

yaboot-installer/of_pegasos (note)
Setting firmware variables for automatic boot Some variables need to be set in the Genesi firmware in order for your system to boot automatically. At the end of the installation, the system will reboot. At the firmware prompt, set the following firmware variables to enable auto-booting: . setenv boot-device ${OF_BOOT_DEVICE} setenv boot-file ${OF_BOOT_FILE} setenv auto-boot-timeout 5000 setenv auto-boot? true . You will only need to do this once. Afterwards, enter the "boot" command or reboot the system to proceed to your newly installed system. . Alternatively, you will be able to boot the kernel manually by entering, at the firmware prompt: . ${BOOT}

debian-installer/yaboot-installer/title (text)
Install yaboot on a hard disk

rescue/menu/yaboot-reinstall (text)
Reinstall yaboot boot loader

yaboot-installer/skip (boolean)
for internal use; can be preseeded Skip installing yaboot?
Default: false