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Oct 12, 2010, 2:33:55 PM (14 years ago)
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kde-how-scripter
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SF-KDE: Ažuriranje datoteka bazirano na zadnjim template datotekama.

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    r426 r624  
    423423#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcminterface.cpp:74
    424424#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcminterface.ui.h:63
    425 msgid ""
    426 "Use the <i>share</i> security level if you have a home network or a small office network.<br />"
    427 " It allows everyone to read the list of all your shared directories and printers before a login is required."
     425msgid "Use the <i>share</i> security level if you have a home network or a small office network.<br /> It allows everyone to read the list of all your shared directories and printers before a login is required."
    428426msgstr ""
    429427
     
    431429#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcminterface.cpp:82
    432430#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcminterface.ui.h:71
    433 msgid ""
    434 "Use the <i>user</i> security level if you have a bigger network and you do not want to allow everyone to read your list of shared directories and printers without a login.<br />"
    435 "<br />"
    436 "If you want to run your Samba server as a <b>Primary Domain controller</b> (PDC) you also have to set this option."
     431msgid "Use the <i>user</i> security level if you have a bigger network and you do not want to allow everyone to read your list of shared directories and printers without a login.<br /><br />If you want to run your Samba server as a <b>Primary Domain controller</b> (PDC) you also have to set this option."
    437432msgstr ""
    438433
     
    594589#. +> trunk stable
    595590#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcminterface.ui:349
    596 msgid ""
    597 "Use the <i>share</i> security level if you have a home network or a small office network.<br>"
    598 " It allows everyone to read all share names before a login is required."
     591msgid "Use the <i>share</i> security level if you have a home network or a small office network.<br> It allows everyone to read all share names before a login is required."
    599592msgstr ""
    600593
     
    13811374#. +> trunk stable
    13821375#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcminterface.ui:2712
     1376#, fuzzy
    13831377msgid "Modules"
    1384 msgstr ""
     1378msgstr "Modul"
    13851379
    13861380#. i18n: ectx: property (text), widget (QLabel, TextLabel4_2_2)
     
    29942988#. +> trunk stable
    29952989#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/kcmsambaconf.cpp:1489
    2996 msgid ""
    2997 "<h1>Samba Configuration</h1>"
    2998 " here you can configure your SAMBA server."
     2990msgid "<h1>Samba Configuration</h1> here you can configure your SAMBA server."
    29992991msgstr ""
    30002992
     
    30022994#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/linuxpermissionchecker.cpp:116
    30032995#, kde-format
    3004 msgid ""
    3005 "<qt>You have specified <b>public read access</b> for this directory, but the guest account <b>%1</b> does not have the necessary read permissions;<br />"
    3006 "do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
     2996msgid "<qt>You have specified <b>public read access</b> for this directory, but the guest account <b>%1</b> does not have the necessary read permissions;<br />do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
    30072997msgstr ""
    30082998
     
    30193009#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/linuxpermissionchecker.cpp:131
    30203010#, kde-format
    3021 msgid ""
    3022 "<qt>You have specified <b>public write access</b> for this directory, but the guest account <b>%1</b> does not have the necessary write permissions;<br />"
    3023 "do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
     3011msgid "<qt>You have specified <b>public write access</b> for this directory, but the guest account <b>%1</b> does not have the necessary write permissions;<br />do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
    30243012msgstr ""
    30253013
     
    30273015#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/linuxpermissionchecker.cpp:169
    30283016#, kde-format
    3029 msgid ""
    3030 "<qt>You have specified <b>write access</b> to the user <b>%1</b> for this directory, but the user does not have the necessary write permissions;<br />"
    3031 "do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
     3017msgid "<qt>You have specified <b>write access</b> to the user <b>%1</b> for this directory, but the user does not have the necessary write permissions;<br />do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
    30323018msgstr ""
    30333019
     
    30353021#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/linuxpermissionchecker.cpp:192
    30363022#, kde-format
    3037 msgid ""
    3038 "<qt>You have specified <b>read access</b> to the user <b>%1</b> for this directory, but the user does not have the necessary read permissions;<br />"
    3039 "do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
     3023msgid "<qt>You have specified <b>read access</b> to the user <b>%1</b> for this directory, but the user does not have the necessary read permissions;<br />do you want to continue anyway?</qt>"
    30403024msgstr ""
    30413025
     
    39193903#: advanced/kcm_sambaconf/smbconfconfigwidget.cpp:51
    39203904msgid ""
    3921 "<p>The SAMBA configuration file <strong>'smb.conf'</strong> could not be found;</p>"
    3922 "make sure you have SAMBA installed.\n"
     3905"<p>The SAMBA configuration file <strong>'smb.conf'</strong> could not be found;</p>make sure you have SAMBA installed.\n"
    39233906"\n"
    39243907msgstr ""
     
    41434126"<b>Name / Address field</b>\n"
    41444127"<p>\n"
    4145 "Here you can enter the host name or address.<br>"
    4146 "\n"
     4128"Here you can enter the host name or address.<br>\n"
    41474129"The host may be specified in a number of ways:\n"
    41484130"<p>\n"
     
    41504132"<p>\n"
    41514133" This is the most common format. You may specify a host either by an abbreviated name recognized by the resolver, the fully qualified domain name, or an IP address.\n"
    4152 "</p>"
    4153 "\n"
     4134"</p>\n"
    41544135"\n"
    41554136"<i>netgroups</i>\n"
    41564137"<p>\n"
    41574138" NIS netgroups may be given as @group. Only the host part of each netgroup members is consider in checking for membership. Empty host parts or those containing a single dash (-) are ignored.\n"
    4158 "</p>"
    4159 "\n"
     4139"</p>\n"
    41604140"\n"
    41614141"<i>wildcards</i>\n"
    41624142"<p>\n"
    41634143" Machine names may contain the wildcard characters * and ?. This can be used to make the exports file more compact; for instance, *.cs.foo.edu matches all hosts in the domain cs.foo.edu. However, these wildcard characters do not match the dots in a domain name, so the above pattern does not include hosts such as a.b.cs.foo.edu.\n"
    4164 "</p>"
    4165 "\n"
     4144"</p>\n"
    41664145"\n"
    41674146"<i>IP networks</i>\n"
     
    42104189"<p>\n"
    42114190"Allow both read and write requests on this NFS volume.\n"
    4212 "</p>"
    4213 "\n"
     4191"</p>\n"
    42144192"<p>\n"
    42154193"The default is to disallow any request which changes the filesystem\n"
     
    42304208"<p>\n"
    42314209"If this option is checked, it is not required that requests originate on an internet port less than IPPORT_RESERVED (1024).\n"
    4232 "</p>"
    4233 "\n"
     4210"</p>\n"
    42344211"<p>\n"
    42354212"If unsure leave it unchecked.\n"
     
    42514228"<p>\n"
    42524229"This option requests that all file writes be committed to disk before the write request completes. This is required for complete safety of data in the face of a server crash, but incurs a performance hit.\n"
    4253 "</p>"
    4254 "\n"
     4230"</p>\n"
    42554231"<p>\n"
    42564232"The default is to allow the server to write the data out whenever it is ready.\n"
     
    42864262"<p>\n"
    42874263"This option is based on the option of the same name provided in IRIX NFS. Normally, if a server exports two filesystems one of which is mounted on the other, then the client will have to mount both filesystems explicitly to get access to them. If it just mounts the parent, it will see an empty directory at the place where the other filesystem is mounted. That filesystem is \"hidden\".\n"
    4288 "</p>"
    4289 "\n"
     4264"</p>\n"
    42904265"<p>\n"
    42914266"Setting the nohide option on a filesystem causes it not to be hidden, and an appropriately authorized client will be able to move from the parent to that filesystem without noticing the change.\n"
    4292 "</p>"
    4293 "\n"
     4267"</p>\n"
    42944268"<p>\n"
    42954269"However, some NFS clients do not cope well with this situation as, for instance, it is then possible for two files in the one apparent filesystem to have the same inode number.\n"
    4296 "</p>"
    4297 "\n"
     4270"</p>\n"
    42984271"<p>\n"
    42994272"The nohide option is currently only effective on single host exports. It does not work reliably with netgroup, subnet, or wildcard exports.\n"
    4300 "</p>"
    4301 "\n"
     4273"</p>\n"
    43024274"<p>\n"
    43034275"This option can be very useful in some situations, but it should be used with due care, and only after confirming that the client system copes with the situation effectively.\n"
     
    43184290"<p>\n"
    43194291"This option disables subtree checking, which has mild security implications, but can improve reliability is some circumstances.\n"
    4320 "</p>"
    4321 "\n"
     4292"</p>\n"
    43224293"<p>\n"
    43234294"If a subdirectory of a filesystem is exported, but the whole filesystem is not, then whenever a NFS request arrives, the server must check not only that the accessed file is in the appropriate filesystem (which is easy) but also that it is in the exported tree (which is harder). This check is called the subtree_check.\n"
    4324 "</p>"
    4325 "\n"
     4295"</p>\n"
    43264296"<p>\n"
    43274297"In order to perform this check, the server must include some information about the location of the file in the \"filehandle\" that is given to the client. This can cause problems with accessing files that are renamed while a client has them open (though in many simple cases it will still work).\n"
    4328 "</p>"
    4329 "\n"
     4298"</p>\n"
    43304299"<p>\n"
    43314300"subtree checking is also used to make sure that files inside directories to which only root has access can only be accessed if the filesystem is exported with no_root_squash (see below), even the file itself allows more general access.\n"
    4332 "</p>"
    4333 "\n"
     4301"</p>\n"
    43344302"<p>\n"
    43354303"As a general guide, a home directory filesystem, which is normally exported at the root and may see lots of file renames, should be exported with subtree checking disabled. A filesystem which is mostly read-only, and at least does not see many file renames (e.g. /usr or /var) and for which subdirectories may be exported, should probably be exported with subtree checks enabled.\n"
     
    43504318"<p>\n"
    43514319"This option tells the NFS server not to require authentication of locking requests (i.e. requests which use the NLM protocol). Normally the NFS server will require a lock request to hold a credential for a user who has read access to the file. With this flag no access checks will be performed.\n"
    4352 "</p>"
    4353 "\n"
     4320"</p>\n"
    43544321"<p>\n"
    43554322"Early NFS client implementations did not send credentials with lock requests, and many current NFS clients still exist which are based on the old implementations. Use this flag if you find that you can only lock files which are world readable.\n"
     
    43914358"<p>\n"
    43924359"Turn of root squashing. This option is mainly useful for diskless clients.\n"
    4393 "</p>"
    4394 "\n"
     4360"</p>\n"
    43954361"<i>root squashing</i>\n"
    43964362"<p>\n"
     
    44084374#. +> trunk stable
    44094375#: advanced/nfs/hostprops.ui:368 advanced/nfs/hostprops.ui:414
    4410 msgid ""
    4411 "<b>Anonym. UID/GID</b> "
    4412 "<p> These options explicitly set the uid and gid of the anonymous account. This option is primarily useful for PC/NFS clients, where you might want all requests appear to be from one user. </p>"
     4376msgid "<b>Anonym. UID/GID</b> <p> These options explicitly set the uid and gid of the anonymous account. This option is primarily useful for PC/NFS clients, where you might want all requests appear to be from one user. </p>"
    44134377msgstr ""
    44144378
     
    45744538#: advanced/propsdlgplugin/propertiespage.cpp:577
    45754539#, kde-format
    4576 msgid ""
    4577 "<qt>There is already a share with the name <strong>%1</strong>.<br />"
    4578 " Please choose another name.</qt>"
     4540msgid "<qt>There is already a share with the name <strong>%1</strong>.<br /> Please choose another name.</qt>"
    45794541msgstr ""
    45804542
     
    47784740#. +> trunk stable
    47794741#: simple/fileshare.cpp:370
    4780 msgid ""
    4781 "<h1>File Sharing</h1>"
    4782 "<p>This module can be used to enable file sharing over the network using the \"Network File System\" (NFS) or SMB in Konqueror. The latter enables you to share your files with Windows(R) computers on your network.</p>"
     4742msgid "<h1>File Sharing</h1><p>This module can be used to enable file sharing over the network using the \"Network File System\" (NFS) or SMB in Konqueror. The latter enables you to share your files with Windows(R) computers on your network.</p>"
    47834743msgstr ""
    47844744
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