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# These templates have been reviewed by the debian-l10n-english
# team
#
# If modifications/additions/rewording are needed, please ask
# debian-l10n-english@lists.debian.org for advice.
#
# Even minor modifications require translation updates and such
# changes should be coordinated with translators and reviewers.

Template: apt-cacher-ng/gentargetmode
Type: select
__Choices: Set up once, Set up now and update later, No automated setup
Default: Set up once
_Description: Automatic remapping of client requests:
 Apt-Cacher NG can download packages from repositories other than those
 requested by the clients. This allows it to cache content effectively,
 and makes it easy for an administrator to switch to another mirror later.
 The URL remapping can be set up automatically, using a configuration
 based on the current state of /etc/apt/sources.list.
 .
 Please specify whether the remapping should be configured once now, or
 reconfigured on every update of Apt-Cacher NG (modifying the
 configuration files each time), or left unconfigured.
 .
 Selecting "No automated setup" will leave the existing configuration
 unchanged. It will need to be updated manually.

Template: apt-cacher-ng/bindaddress
Type: string
Default: keep
_Description: Listening address(es) for Apt-Cacher NG:
 Please specify the local addresses that Apt-Cacher NG should listen on
 (multiple entries must be separated by spaces).
 .
 Each entry must be an IP address or hostname associated with a local
 network interface. Generic protocol-specific addresses are also
 supported, such as 0.0.0.0 for listening on all IPv4-enabled interfaces.
 .
 If this field is left empty, Apt-Cacher NG will listen on all
 interfaces, with all supported protocols.
 .
 The special word "keep" keeps the value from the current (or default)
 configuration unchanged.

Template: apt-cacher-ng/port
Type: string
Default: keep
_Description: Listening TCP port:
 Please specify the TCP port that Apt-Cacher NG should listen on for
 incoming HTTP (proxy) requests. The default value is port 3142, but it
 can be set to 9999 to emulate apt-proxy.
 .
 If this field is left empty, the value from the current configuration
 remains unchanged.

Template: apt-cacher-ng/cachedir
Type: string
Default: keep
_Description: Top-level directory for package cache:
 The main cache storage directory should be located on a file system without
 file name restrictions.
 .
 If this field is left empty, the value from the current configuration
 remains unchanged or is set to the default of /var/cache/apt-cacher-ng.

Template: apt-cacher-ng/proxy
Type: string
Default: keep
_Description: Proxy to use for downloads:
 Please specify the proxy server to use for downloads.
 .
 Username and password for the proxy server can be included here following the
 user:pass@host:port scheme. However, please check the documentation for limitations.
 .
 If this field is left empty, Apt-Cacher NG will not use any proxy
 server.
 .
 The special word "keep" keeps the value from the current (or default)
 configuration unchanged.

Template: apt-cacher-ng/tunnelenable
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Allow HTTP tunnels through Apt-Cacher NG?
 Apt-Cacher NG can be configured to allow users to create HTTP tunnels,
 which can be used to access remote servers that might otherwise be
 blocked by (for instance) a firewall filtering HTTPS connections.
 .
 This feature is usually disabled for security reasons; enable it only for
 trusted LAN environments.