File: s390-netdevice.templates

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Template: s390-netdevice/choose_networktype
Type: select
Choices-C: ctc, qeth, iucv, virtio
# Note to translators : Please keep your translations of the choices
# below a 65 columns limit (which means 65 characters 
# in single-byte languages) including the initial path
# :sl5:
__Choices: ctc: Channel to Channel (CTC) or ESCON connection, qeth: OSA-Express in QDIO mode / HiperSockets, iucv: Inter-User Communication Vehicle - available for VM guests only, virtio: KVM VirtIO
# :sl5:
_Description: Network device type:
 Please choose the type of your primary network interface that you
 will need for installing the Debian system (via NFS or HTTP). Only
 the listed devices are supported.

Template: s390-netdevice/ctc/choose_read
Type: select
Choices: ${choices}
# :sl5:
_Description: CTC read device:
 The following device numbers might belong to CTC or ESCON connections.

Template: s390-netdevice/ctc/choose_write
Type: select
Choices: ${choices}
# :sl5:
_Description: CTC write device:
 The following device numbers might belong to CTC or ESCON connections.

Template: s390-netdevice/ctc/confirm
Type: boolean
Default: true
# :sl5:
_Description: Do you accept this configuration?
 The configured parameters are:
  read channel  = ${device_read}
  write channel = ${device_write}
  protocol      = ${protocol}

Template: s390-netdevice/ctc/no
Type: error
# :sl5:
_Description: No CTC or ESCON connections
 Please make sure that you have set them up correctly.

Template: s390-netdevice/ctc/protocol
Type: select
Choices: S/390 (0), Linux (1), OS/390 (3)
Default: S/390 (0)
# :sl5:
_Description: Protocol for this connection:

Template: s390-netdevice/qeth/choose
Type: select
Choices: ${choices}
# :sl5:
_Description: Device:
 Please select the OSA-Express QDIO / HiperSockets device.

Template: s390-netdevice/qeth/confirm
Type: boolean
Default: true
# :sl5:
_Description: Do you accept this configuration?
 The configured parameters are:
  channels = ${device0}, ${device1}, ${device2}
  port     = ${port}
  layer2   = ${layer2}

Template: s390-netdevice/qeth/no
Type: error
# :sl5:
_Description: 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.

Template: s390-netdevice/qeth/port
Type: string
Default: 0
# :sl5:
_Description: Port:
 Please enter a relative port for this connection.

Template: s390-netdevice/qeth/layer2
Type: boolean
Default: false
# :sl5:
_Description: 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.

Template: s390-netdevice/iucv/confirm
Type: boolean
Default: true
# :sl5:
_Description: Do you accept this configuration?
 The configured parameter is:
  peer  = ${peer}

Template: s390-netdevice/iucv/peer
Type: string
# :sl5:
_Description: 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.

Template: debian-installer/s390-netdevice/title
Type: text
#  Main menu item
#  Translators: keep below 55 columns
# :sl5:
_Description: Configure the network device