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1.13.34.2! snj         1: /*     $NetBSD: msg.mbr.en,v 1.13.34.1 2010/05/20 05:32:45 snj Exp $   */
1.1       dsl         2:
                      3: /*
                      4:  * Copyright 1997 Piermont Information Systems Inc.
                      5:  * All rights reserved.
                      6:  *
                      7:  * Written by Philip A. Nelson for Piermont Information Systems Inc.
                      8:  *
                      9:  * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
                     10:  * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
                     11:  * are met:
                     12:  * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
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                     16:  *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
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                     18:  *    must display the following acknowledgement:
                     19:  *      This product includes software developed for the NetBSD Project by
                     20:  *      Piermont Information Systems Inc.
                     21:  * 4. The name of Piermont Information Systems Inc. may not be used to endorse
                     22:  *    or promote products derived from this software without specific prior
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                     24:  *
                     25:  * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY PIERMONT INFORMATION SYSTEMS INC. ``AS IS''
                     26:  * AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
                     27:  * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
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                     37:  */
                     38:
                     39: /* MBR Message catalog -- English, i386 version */
                     40:
1.6       dsl        41: /* NB: Lines ending in spaces force line breaks */
                     42:
1.1       dsl        43: message fullpart
1.11      dsl        44: {We are now going to install NetBSD on the disk %s.
1.1       dsl        45:
1.11      dsl        46: NetBSD requires a single partition in the disk's MBR partition table,
                     47: this is split further by the NetBSD disklabel.
1.12      snj        48: NetBSD can also access file systems in other MBR partitions.
1.11      dsl        49:
                     50: If you select 'Use the entire disk' then the previous contents of the
                     51: disk will be overwritten and a single MBR partition used to cover the
                     52: entire disk.
                     53: If you want to install more than one operating system then edit the
                     54: MBR partition table and create a partition for NetBSD.
                     55:
                     56: A few hundred MB is enough for a basic installation, but you should allow
                     57: extra for additional software and user files.
                     58: Allow at least 5GB if you want to build NetBSD itself.
1.1       dsl        59: }
                     60:
                     61: message Select_your_choice
1.11      dsl        62: {Which would you like to do?}
1.1       dsl        63: message Use_only_part_of_the_disk
1.11      dsl        64: {Edit the MBR partition table}
1.1       dsl        65: message Use_the_entire_disk
                     66: {Use the entire disk}
                     67:
                     68: /* the %s's will expand into three character strings */
                     69: message part_header
1.13.34.2! snj        70: {   Total disk size %d %s.
1.1       dsl        71:
1.6       dsl        72: .if BOOTSEL
                     73:    Start(%3s)  Size(%3s) Flg Kind                    Bootmenu
                     74:    ---------- ---------- --- ----------------------- --------
                     75: .else
                     76:    Start(%3s)  Size(%3s) Flg Kind
                     77:    ---------- ---------- --- ----------------
                     78: .endif
1.1       dsl        79: }
                     80:
1.6       dsl        81: message part_row_used
                     82: {%10d %10d %c%c%c}
1.1       dsl        83:
1.6       dsl        84: message noactivepart
                     85: {You have not marked a partition active. This may cause your system to not
                     86: start up properly. Should the NetBSD partition of the disk be marked active?}
1.1       dsl        87:
                     88: message setbiosgeom
1.4       dsl        89: {
1.9       dsl        90: You will be prompted for the geometry.
                     91: Please enter the number of sectors per track (maximum 63)
                     92: and number of heads (maximum 256) that the BIOS uses to access the disk.
                     93: The number of cylinders will be calculated from the disk size.
1.1       dsl        94:
                     95: }
1.4       dsl        96:
                     97: message nobiosgeom
1.9       dsl        98: {Sysinst could not automatically determine the BIOS geometry of the disk.
1.4       dsl        99: The physical geometry is %d cylinders %d sectors %d heads\n}
                    100:
                    101: message biosguess
                    102: {Using the information already on the disk, my best guess for the BIOS
                    103: geometry is %d cylinders %d sectors %d heads\n}
1.1       dsl       104:
                    105: message realgeom
                    106: {real geom: %d cyl, %d heads, %d sec  (NB: for comparison only)\n}
                    107:
                    108: message biosgeom
                    109: {BIOS geom: %d cyl, %d heads, %d sec\n}
                    110:
                    111: message ovrwrite
                    112: {Your disk currently has a non-NetBSD partition.  Do you really want to
                    113: overwrite that partition with NetBSD?
                    114: }
                    115:
1.6       dsl       116: message Partition_OK
                    117: {Partition OK}
                    118:
                    119: message ptn_type
1.13      hubertf   120: {      type: %s}
1.6       dsl       121: message ptn_start
                    122: {     start: %d %s}
                    123: message ptn_size
                    124: {      size: %d %s}
                    125: message ptn_end
                    126: {       end: %d %s}
                    127: message ptn_active
                    128: {    active: %s}
                    129: message ptn_install
                    130: {   install: %s}
                    131: .if BOOTSEL
                    132: message bootmenu
                    133: {  bootmenu: %s}
                    134: message boot_dflt
                    135: {   default: %s}
1.2       dsl       136: .endif
1.1       dsl       137:
1.6       dsl       138: message get_ptn_size {%ssize (maximum %d %s)}
                    139: message Invalid_numeric {Invalid numeric: }
                    140: message Too_large {Too large: }
                    141: message Space_allocated {Space allocated: }
                    142: message ptn_starts {Space at %d..%d %s (size %d %s)\n}
                    143: message get_ptn_start {%s%sStart (in %s)}
                    144: message get_ptn_id {Partition kind (0..255)}
1.11      dsl       145: message No_free_space {No free space}
                    146: message Only_one_extended_ptn {There can only be one extended partition}
1.1       dsl       147:
                    148: message editparttable
1.10      dsl       149: {The Current MBR partition table is shown below.
                    150: Flgs: a => Active partition,
                    151: .if BOOTSEL
                    152: d => bootselect default,
                    153: .endif
                    154: I => Install here.
                    155: Select the partition you wish to change:
1.1       dsl       156:
                    157: }
                    158:
1.6       dsl       159: message Partition_table_ok
                    160: {Partition table OK}
1.1       dsl       161:
1.6       dsl       162: message Delete_partition
                    163: {Delete partition}
                    164: message Dont_change
                    165: {Don't change}
                    166: message Other_kind
                    167: {Other, input number}
1.1       dsl       168:
1.6       dsl       169: message reeditpart
1.1       dsl       170: {
                    171:
1.6       dsl       172: Do you want to re-edit the MBR table (or abandon the installation)?
1.1       dsl       173: }
                    174:
                    175: message nobsdpart
                    176: {There is no NetBSD partition in the MBR partition table.}
                    177:
                    178: message multbsdpart
                    179: {There are multiple NetBSD partitions in the MBR partition table.
1.6       dsl       180: You should set the 'install' flag on the one you want to use.}
1.1       dsl       181:
                    182: message dofdisk
                    183: {Setting up the DOS partition table ...
                    184: }
                    185:
1.6       dsl       186: message wmbrfail
1.3       dsl       187: {Rewrite of MBR failed. I can't continue.}
                    188:
1.7       dsl       189: .if 0
                    190: .if BOOTSEL
1.1       dsl       191: message Set_timeout_value
                    192: {Set timeout value}
                    193:
                    194: message bootseltimeout
                    195: {Boot menu timeout: %d\n}
                    196:
1.7       dsl       197: .endif
1.1       dsl       198: .endif
1.3       dsl       199:

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