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[opensuse-translation-commit] r97249 - branches/plus-SLE12-SP2/yast/en_GB/po
Author: keichwa
Date: 2016-12-05 11:13:04 +0100 (Mon, 05 Dec 2016)
New Revision: 97249

Removed:
branches/plus-SLE12-SP2/yast/en_GB/po/yast2-apparmor.en_GB.po
Log:
obsolete

Deleted: branches/plus-SLE12-SP2/yast/en_GB/po/yast2-apparmor.en_GB.po
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--- branches/plus-SLE12-SP2/yast/en_GB/po/yast2-apparmor.en_GB.po
2016-12-05 10:11:26 UTC (rev 97248)
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2016-12-05 10:13:04 UTC (rev 97249)
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-# translation of yast2-apparmor.po to
-# English message file for YaST2 (@memory@).
-# Copyright (C) 2005 SUSE Linux Products GmbH.
-# Copyright (C) 2002 SuSE Linux AG.
-# Copyright (C) 2000, 2001 SuSE GmbH.
-#
-# James Ogley <ogley@xxxxxxxxxx>, 2000, 2001.
-# Benjamin Weber, 2007.
-# Benjamin Weber <b.weber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 2008.
-msgid ""
-msgstr ""
-"Project-Id-Version: yast2-apparmor\n"
-"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
-"POT-Creation-Date: 2016-09-09 15:04+0200\n"
-"PO-Revision-Date: 2008-03-27 22:23+0000\n"
-"Last-Translator: Benjamin Weber <b.weber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>\n"
-"Language-Team: <en@xxxxxx>\n"
-"Language: \n"
-"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
-"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
-"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
-"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=n != 1;\n"
-"X-Generator: KBabel 1.11.4\n"
-
-#. Globalz
-#: src/clients/AA_AddProfile.rb:66
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Select File To Generate A Profile for"
-msgid "Select File to Generate a Profile for"
-msgstr "Select File To Generate A Profile for"
-
-#. Check for cancel in the file choose dialog
-#: src/clients/AA_AddProfile.rb:77
-msgid "Profile for "
-msgstr "Profile for "
-
-#: src/clients/AA_AddProfile.rb:78
-msgid " already exists."
-msgstr " already exists."
-
-#: src/clients/AA_AddProfile.rb:80
-msgid "Would you like to open this profile in editing mode?"
-msgstr "Would you like to open this profile in editing mode?"
-
-#. Globalz
-#. TODO ELSE POPUP NO ENTRY SELECTED ERROR
-#: src/clients/AA_DeleteProfile.rb:64
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1481
-msgid "Delete profile confirmation"
-msgstr "Delete profile confirmation"
-
-#: src/clients/AA_DeleteProfile.rb:67
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1484
-msgid "Are you sure you want to delete the profile "
-msgstr "Are you sure you want to delete the profile "
-
-#: src/clients/AA_DeleteProfile.rb:70
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1487
-msgid ""
-" ?\n"
-"After this operation the AppArmor module will reload the profile set."
-msgstr ""
-" ?\n"
-"After this operation the AppArmor module will reload the profile set."
-
-#. Read the profiles from the SCR agent
-#: src/clients/AA_DeleteProfile.rb:90
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "Make a selection from the listed profiles and press Next to delete the
profile."
-msgstr ""
-"Please make a \n"
-"\t\tselection from the listed profiles and press Next to delete the
profile.<p>"
-
-#: src/clients/AA_DeleteProfile.rb:93
-msgid "Delete Profile - Choose profile to delete"
-msgstr "Delete Profile - Choose profile to delete"
-
-#. Read the profiles from the SCR agent
-#: src/clients/AA_EditProfile.rb:88
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Please make a selection from the listed profiles and press Next to
edit the profile."
-msgid "Select a listed profile and press Edit to edit it."
-msgstr "Please make a selection from the listed profiles and press Next to
edit the profile."
-
-#: src/clients/AA_EditProfile.rb:89
-msgid "Edit Profile - Choose profile to edit"
-msgstr "Edit Profile - Choose profile to edit"
-
-#. no command line support #269891
-#: src/clients/apparmor-settings.rb:52
-msgid "Enable AppArmor Functions"
-msgstr "Enable AppArmor Functions"
-
-#. AppArmor dialog caption
-#. Network dialog caption
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:51 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:440
-msgid "AppArmor Configuration"
-msgstr "AppArmour Configuration"
-
-#. AppArmor dialog help
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:54
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "<p>Choose one of the available network modules to configure\n"
-#| " the corresponding devices and press <b>Launch</b>.</p>"
-msgid ""
-"<p>Choose one of the available AppArmor modules to configure\n"
-" the corresponding action and press <b>Launch</b>.</p>\n"
-msgstr ""
-"<p>Choose one of the available network modules to configure\n"
-" the corresponding devices and press <b>Launch</b>.</p>"
-
-#. Selection box label
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:69
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "&Available Network Modules:"
-msgid "&Available AppArmor Modules:"
-msgstr "&Available Network Modules:"
-
-#. Selection box items
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:72
-msgid "Settings"
-msgstr "Settings"
-
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:73
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Changed Existing Archives:"
-msgid "Manage Existing Profiles"
-msgstr "Changed Existing Archives:"
-
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:74
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Available Profiles"
-msgid "Manually Add Profile"
-msgstr "Available Profiles"
-
-#. Label::FinishButton()
-#: src/clients/apparmor.rb:90
-msgid "&Launch"
-msgstr "&Launch"
-
-#. encoding: utf-8
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#.
-#. Copyright (c) 2002 - 2012 Novell, Inc.
-#. All Rights Reserved.
-#.
-#. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-#. modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
-#. published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#.
-#. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-#. but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-#. MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-#. GNU General Public License for more details.
-#.
-#. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-#. along with this program; if not, contact Novell, Inc.
-#.
-#. To contact Novell about this file by physical or electronic mail,
-#. you may find current contact information at www.novell.com
-#.
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:52
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "This operation generated the following error. Please check your
installation and AppArmor profile settings."
-msgid "This operation generated the following error. Check your installation
and AppArmor profile settings."
-msgstr "This operation generated the following error. Please check your
installation and AppArmor profile settings."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:91 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:103
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:115
-msgid "Disabled"
-msgstr "Disabled"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:92 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:104
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:116
-msgid "1 minute"
-msgstr "1 minute"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:93 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:105
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:117
-msgid "5 minutes"
-msgstr "5 minutes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:94 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:106
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:118
-msgid "10 minutes"
-msgstr "10 minutes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:95 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:107
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:119
-msgid "15 minutes"
-msgstr "15 minutes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:96 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:108
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:120
-msgid "30 minutes"
-msgstr "30 minutes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:97 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:109
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:121
-msgid "1 hour"
-msgstr "1 hour"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:98 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:110
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:122
-msgid "1 day"
-msgstr "1 day"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:99 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:111
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:123
-msgid "1 week"
-msgstr "1 week"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:131 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:233
-msgid "Security Event Notification"
-msgstr "Security Event Notification"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:138
-msgid "Terse Notification"
-msgstr "Terse Notification"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:142 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:171
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:200
-msgid "Frequency"
-msgstr "Frequency"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:145 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:174
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:203
-msgid "Email Address"
-msgstr "Email Address"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:150 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:179
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:208
-msgid "Severity"
-msgstr "Severity"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:159 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:188
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:217
-msgid "Include Unknown Severity Events"
-msgstr "Include Unknown Severity Events"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:167
-msgid "Summary Notification"
-msgstr "Summary Notification"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:196
-msgid "Verbose Notification"
-msgstr "Verbose Notification"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:270 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:310
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:350
-msgid "An email address is required for each selected notification method."
-msgstr "An email address is required for each selected notification method."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:394
-msgid "Configuration failed for the following operations: "
-msgstr "Configuration failed for the following operations: "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:401 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:434
-msgid "Notification is enabled"
-msgstr "Notification is enabled"
-
-#. Notification Status
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:403 src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:431
-msgid "Notification is disabled"
-msgstr "Notification is disabled"
-
-#. AppArmor Status
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:422
-msgid "AppArmor is disabled"
-msgstr "AppArmour is disabled"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:426
-msgid "AppArmor is enabled"
-msgstr "AppArmour is enabled"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:441
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>AppArmor Status</b><br>This reports whether the AppArmor policy
enforcement \n"
-"module is loaded and functioning.</p>"
-msgstr "<p><b>AppArmor Status</b><br>This reports whether the AppArmor policy
enforcement module is loaded and functioning.</p> <p><b>Security Event
Notification</b><br>When an access violation occurs, configure this tool if you
want to be notified via email. </p>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:444
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Security Event Notification</b><br>Configure this tool if you want \n"
-"to be notified by email when access violations have occurred.</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:447
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Profile Modes</b><br>Use this tool to change the way that AppArmor \n"
-"uses individual profiles.</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:462
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Enable AppArmor"
-msgstr "Enable AppArmor"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:469
-msgid "Configure AppArmor"
-msgstr "Configure AppArmor"
-
-#. event notification disabled due to changes in AppArmor
-#. `Frame ( _("Security Event Notification"),
-#. `HBox(
-#. `VSpacing(1), `HSpacing(1),
-#. `HVCenter( `Label( `id(`notifyLabel), evEnStr )),
-#. `PushButton( `id(`ntconf), _("C&onfigure")),
-#. `VSpacing(1), `HSpacing(1)
-#. )
-#. ),
-#. `VSpacing(1), `HSpacing(20),
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:485
-msgid "Configure Profile Modes"
-msgstr "Configure Profile Modes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:491
-msgid "Set profile modes"
-msgstr "Set profile modes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:494
-msgid "Co&nfigure"
-msgstr "Co&nfigure"
-
-#. May want to replace Wizard() with UI()
-#: src/include/apparmor/aa-config.rb:518
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:187
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:235
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:245
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:274
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:293
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1112
-msgid "&Done"
-msgstr "&Done"
-
-#. encoding: utf-8
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#.
-#. Copyright (c) 2002 - 2012 Novell, Inc.
-#. All Rights Reserved.
-#.
-#. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-#. modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
-#. published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#.
-#. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-#. but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-#. MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-#. GNU General Public License for more details.
-#.
-#. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-#. along with this program; if not, contact Novell, Inc.
-#.
-#. To contact Novell about this file by physical or electronic mail,
-#. you may find current contact information at www.novell.com
-#.
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_profile_check.rb:49
-msgid "Errors found in AppArmor profiles"
-msgstr "Errors found in AppArmor profiles"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_profile_check.rb:57
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p>These problems must be corrected before AppArmor can be started or
the profile management tools can be used.</p> "
-msgstr "<p>These problems must be corrected before AppArmor can be
started or the profile management tools can be used.</p> "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_profile_check.rb:64
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p>Find a description of the AppArmor profile syntax by running "
-msgstr "<p>You can find a description of AppArmor profile syntax by
running "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_profile_check.rb:70
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p>Comprehensive documentation about AppArmor is available in the
Administration guide located in the directory: "
-msgstr "<p>Comprehensive documentation about AppArmor is available in
the Administration guide. This is available in the directory: "
-
-#. encoding: utf-8
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#.
-#. Copyright (c) 2002 - 2012 Novell, Inc.
-#. All Rights Reserved.
-#.
-#. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-#. modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
-#. published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#.
-#. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-#. but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-#. MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-#. GNU General Public License for more details.
-#.
-#. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-#. along with this program; if not, contact Novell, Inc.
-#.
-#. To contact Novell about this file by physical or electronic mail,
-#. you may find current contact information at www.novell.com
-#.
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:35
-msgid "&Allow"
-msgstr "&Allow"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:36
-msgid "&Deny"
-msgstr "&Deny"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:37
-msgid "Abo&rt"
-msgstr "Abo&rt"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:39
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "Audi&t"
-msgstr "Audit"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:40
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "Audi&t off"
-msgstr "Audit"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:41
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "Audit &All"
-msgstr "Audit"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:42
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Opts"
-msgstr "&Options"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:43
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Owner Permissions on"
-msgstr "Change p&ermissions"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:44
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Owner Permissions off"
-msgstr "Change p&ermissions"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:45
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:63
-msgid "&Inherit"
-msgstr "&Inherit"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:46
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:64
-msgid "&Profile"
-msgstr "&Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:47
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Profile Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Profile Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:48
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Child"
-msgstr "Chile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:49
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Child Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Profile Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:50
-msgid "&Name"
-msgstr "&Name"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:51
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Named Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Profile Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:52
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:65
-msgid "&Unconfined"
-msgstr "&Unconfined"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:53
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Unconfined Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Unconstrained Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:54
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Profile ix"
-msgstr "&Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:55
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Profile ix Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Profile Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:56
-msgid "&Child ix"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:57
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Child ix Cx Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Profile Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:58
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:59
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Name ix"
-msgstr "&Name"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:60
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "i&x fallback on"
-msgstr "Callback Functions"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:61
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "i&x fallback off"
-msgstr "Callback Of&f"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:62
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Continue Profiling"
-msgstr "Continue resizing?"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:66
-msgid "&Edit"
-msgstr "&Edit"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:67
-msgid "&Glob"
-msgstr "&Glob"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:68
-msgid "Glob w/E&xt"
-msgstr "Glob w/E&xt"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:69
-msgid "&Add Requested Hat"
-msgstr "&Add Requested Hat"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:70
-msgid "&Use Default Hat"
-msgstr "&Use Default Hat"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:71
-msgid "&Scan system log for AppArmor events"
-msgstr "&Scan system log for AppArmor events"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:72
-msgid "&View Profile"
-msgstr "&View Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:73
-msgid "&Use Profile"
-msgstr "&Use Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:74
-msgid "&Create New Profile"
-msgstr "&Create New Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:75
-msgid "&Update Profile"
-msgstr "&Update Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:76
-msgid "&Ignore Update"
-msgstr "&Ignore Update"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:77
-msgid "&Save Changes"
-msgstr "&Save Changes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:78
-msgid "&Upload Changes"
-msgstr "&Upload Changes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:79
-msgid "&View Changes"
-msgstr "&View Changes"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:80
-msgid "&Enable Repository"
-msgstr "&Enable Repository"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:81
-msgid "&Disable Repository"
-msgstr "&Disable Repository"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:82
-msgid "&Never Ask Again"
-msgstr "&Never Ask Again"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:83
-msgid "Ask Me &Later"
-msgstr "Ask Me &Later"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:106
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "Email address format invalid.\n"
-#| "Email address must be less than 129 characters \n"
-#| " and of the format \"name@domain\". \n"
-#| " Please enter another address."
-msgid ""
-"Email address format invalid.\n"
-"Email address must be less than 129 characters \n"
-" and of the format \"name@domain\". \n"
-"Enter a valid address.\n"
-msgstr ""
-"Email address format invalid.\n"
-"Email address must be less than 129 characters \n"
-" and of the format \"name@domain\". \n"
-" Please enter another address."
-
-#. UI_RepositorySignInDialog
-#. Dialog to allow users to signin or register with an external AppArmor
-#. profile repository
-#.
-#. @param [Hash] agent_data - data from the backend
-#. [ repo_url - string ]
-#. @return answers - map that contains:
-#. [ newuser => 1|0 - registering a new user? ]
-#. [ user => username ]
-#. [ pass => password ]
-#. [ email => email address - if newuser = 1 ]
-#. [ save_config => true/false - save this information on ]
-#. [ the system ]
-#.
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:141
-msgid "AppArmor Profile Repository Setup"
-msgstr "AppArmor Profile Repository Setup"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:153
-msgid "Sign in to the repository"
-msgstr "Sign in to the repository"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:157
-msgid "Username"
-msgstr "Username"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:164
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:200
-msgid "S&ave configuration"
-msgstr "S&ave configuration"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:167
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "&Sign in"
-msgstr "&Signin"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:178
-msgid "&Register new user..."
-msgstr "&Register new user..."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:186
-msgid "Register New User"
-msgstr "Register New User"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:190
-msgid "Enter Username"
-msgstr "Enter Username"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:191
-msgid "Enter Email Address"
-msgstr "Enter Email Address"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:192
-msgid "Enter Password"
-msgstr "Enter Password"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:193
-msgid "Verify Password"
-msgstr "Verify Password"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:202
-msgid "&Register"
-msgstr "&Register"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:213
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "&Signin as existing user..."
-msgid "&Sign in as existing user..."
-msgstr "&Signin as existing user..."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:249
-msgid "Username is required"
-msgstr "Username is required"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:251
-msgid "Password is required"
-msgstr "Password is required"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:290
-msgid "Username required for registration."
-msgstr "Username required for registration."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:292
-msgid "Email address required for registration."
-msgstr "Email address required for registration."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:294
-msgid "Password is required for registration."
-msgstr "Password is required for registration."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:296
-msgid "Passwords do not match. Please re-enter."
-msgstr "Passwords do not match. Please re-enter."
-
-#. UI_RepositoryViewProfile
-#. Dialog to allow users to view a profile from the repository
-#. and display it in a small scrollable dialog
-#.
-#. @param [Hash] agent_data - map data from the backend
-#. [ user => string ]
-#. [ profile => string contiaining profile contents ]
-#. [ profile_type => string INACTIVE_LOCAL|REPOSITORY ]
-#.
-#. @return [void]
-#.
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:373
-msgid "Local inactive profile"
-msgstr "Local inactive profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:375
-msgid "Profile created by user "
-msgstr "Profile created by user "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:377
-msgid "Local profile"
-msgstr "Local profile"
-
-#. UI_ChangeLog_Dialog
-#. Takes a list of profiles and collects one or multiple changelog entries
-#. and returns them
-#.
-#. @param [Hash] agent_data - data from the backend
-#. [ profiles - list of profile names ]
-#.
-#. @return results - map
-#. [ STATUS - string - ok/cancel ]
-#. [ SINGLE_CHANGELOG - string - set with changelog if user ]
-#. [ selects a single changelog ]
-#.
-#. [ profile 1 name - string - changelog 1 ]
-#. [ profile 2 name - string - changelog 2 ]
-#. ...
-#. [ profile n name - string - changelog n ]
-#.
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:449
-msgid "Enter a changelog for the changes for "
-msgstr "Enter a changelog for the changes for "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:450
-msgid " the selected profiles"
-msgstr " the selected profiles"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:451
-msgid "Individual changelogs per profile"
-msgstr "Individual changelogs per profile"
-
-#. UI_MultiProfileSelectionDialog
-#. Two pane dialog with a multi-selection box on the left
-#. and a long text on the right. Allows a list of profiles
-#. or profile changes to be viewed and selected for further
-#. processing - for example uploading to the repository
-#.
-#. @param [Hash] agent_data - map - data from backend
-#. [ title - string - explanation of the forms use ]
-#. [ get_changelog - string true/false - prompt user to ]
-#. [ supply changelogs ]
-#. [ never_ask_again - string true/false - add widget to let ]
-#. [ user select to never prompt again to ]
-#. [ upload unselected profiles to the ]
-#. [ repository ]
-#. [ default_select - string true/false - default value for ]
-#. [ profile selection ]
-#. [ profiles - map<string,string> ]
-#.
-#. @return results - map
-#. [ STATUS - string - ok/cancel ]
-#. [ PROFILES - list[string] - list of selected profiles ]
-#. [ NEVER_ASK_AGAIN - string - true/false - mark unselected ]
-#. [ profiles as local only and don't prompt ]
-#. [ to upload ]
-#. [ CHANGELOG - map[string,string] - changelog data from ]
-#. [ UI_ChangeLog_Dialog() ]
-#.
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:600
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "&Don't ask again for unselected profiles"
-msgid "&Do not ask again for unselected profiles"
-msgstr "&Don't ask again for unselected profiles"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/apparmor_ycp_utils.rb:671
-msgid "Profiles"
-msgstr "Profiles"
-
-#. encoding: utf-8
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#.
-#. Copyright (c) 2002 - 2012 Novell, Inc.
-#. All Rights Reserved.
-#.
-#. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-#. modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
-#. published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#.
-#. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-#. but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-#. MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-#. GNU General Public License for more details.
-#.
-#. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-#. along with this program; if not, contact Novell, Inc.
-#.
-#. To contact Novell about this file by physical or electronic mail,
-#. you may find current contact information at www.novell.com
-#.
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#.
-#. YCP map containing definitons for Capabiltiies
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:35
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>In a system with the [_POSIX_CHOWN_RESTRICTED] option defined, \n"
-"this overrides the restriction of changing file ownership \n"
-"and group ownership.</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>In a system with the [_POSIX_CHOWN_RESTRICTED] option defined,
this overrides the restriction of changing file ownership and group
ownership.</li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:43
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Override all DAC access, including ACL execute access if \n"
-"[_POSIX_ACL] is defined. Excluding DAC access covered by
CAP_LINUX_IMMUTABLE.</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Override all DAC access, including ACL execute access if
[_POSIX_ACL] is defined. Excluding DAC access covered by
CAP_LINUX_IMMUTABLE.</li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:49
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Overrides all DAC restrictions regarding read and search \n"
-"on files and directories, including ACL restrictions if [_POSIX_ACL] is
defined. \n"
-"Excluding DAC access covered by CAP_LINUX_IMMUTABLE. </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Overrides all DAC restrictions regarding read and search on
files and directories, including ACL restrictions if [_POSIX_ACL] is defined.
Excluding DAC access covered by CAP_LINUX_IMMUTABLE. </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:57
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li>Overrides all restrictions about allowed operations on
files, where file owner ID must be equal to the user ID, except where
CAP_FSETID is applicable. It doesn't override MAC and DAC restrictions.
</li></ul>"
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Overrides all restrictions on allowed operations on files, where
file\n"
-"owner ID must be equal to the user ID, except where CAP_FSETID is\n"
-"applicable. It does not override MAC and DAC restrictions. </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Overrides all restrictions about allowed operations on files,
where file owner ID must be equal to the user ID, except where CAP_FSETID is
applicable. It doesn't override MAC and DAC restrictions. </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:65
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li>Overrides the following restrictions that the effective user
ID shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits on
that file; that the effective group ID (or one of the supplementary group IDs)
shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISGID bit on that file; that
the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits are cleared on successful return from chown(2)
(not implemented). </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li>Overrides the following restrictions: user ID must match the
file owner ID when setting the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits on that file; the
effective group ID (or one of the supplementary group IDs) must match the file
owner ID when setting the S_ISGID bit on that file; the S_ISUID and S_ISGID
bits are cleared on successful return from chown(2) (not implemented).
</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Overrides the following restrictions that the effective user
ID shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits on
that file; that the effective group ID (or one of the supplementary group IDs)
shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISGID bit on that file; that
the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits are cleared on successful return from chown(2)
(not implemented). </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:71
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Overrides the restriction that the real or effective user ID \n"
-"of a process sending a signal must match the real or effective user ID of the
process \n"
-"receiving the signal.</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Overrides the restriction that the real or effective user ID
of a process sending a signal must match the real or effective user ID of the
process receiving the signal.</li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:79
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Allows setgid(2) manipulation </li> <li> Allows setgroups(2) </li> \n"
-"<li> Allows forged gids on socket credentials passing. </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Allows setgid(2) manipulation </li> <li> Allows setgroups(2)
</li> <li> Allows forged gids on socket credentials passing. </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:85
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Allows setuid(2) manipulation (including fsuid) </li> \n"
-"<li> Allows forged pids on socket credentials passing. </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Allows setuid(2) manipulation (including fsuid) </li> <li>
Allows forged pids on socket credentials passing. </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:91
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Transfer any capability in your permitted set to any pid, \n"
-"remove any capability in your permitted set from any pid</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Transfer any capability in your permitted set to any pid,
remove any capability in your permitted set from any pid</li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:97
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li>Allow modification of S_IMMUTABLE and S_APPEND file
attributes</li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li>Allows modification of S_IMMUTABLE and S_APPEND file
attributes</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Allow modification of S_IMMUTABLE and S_APPEND file
attributes</li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:103
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li>Allows binding to TCP/UDP sockets below 1024 </li> \n"
-"<li> Allows binding to ATM VCIs below 32</li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li>Allows binding to TCP/UDP sockets below 1024 </li> <li> Allows
binding to ATM VCIs below 32</li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:109
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow broadcasting, listen to multicast </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows broadcasting, listen to multicast </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow broadcasting, listen to multicast </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:115
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows interface configuration</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows administration of IP firewall, masquerading and accounting</li>
\n"
-"<li> Allows setting debug option on sockets</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows modification of routing tables</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:121
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows setting arbitrary process / process group ownership on
sockets</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows binding to any address for transparent proxying</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting TOS (type of service)</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting promiscuous mode</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows clearing driver statistics</li>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow interface configuration</li> <li> Allow administration
of IP firewall, masquerading and accounting</li> <li> Allow setting debug
option on sockets</li> <li> Allow modification of routing tables</li> <li>
Allow setting arbitrary process / process group ownership on sockets</li> <li>
Allow binding to any address for transparent proxying</li> <li> Allow setting
TOS (type of service)</li> <li> Allow setting promiscuous mode</li> <li> Allow
clearing driver statistics</li> <li> Allow multicasting</li> <li> Allow
read/write of device-specific registers</li> <li> Allow activation of ATM
control sockets </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:128
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows multicasting</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows read/write of device-specific registers</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows activation of ATM control sockets </li>\n"
-"</ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow manipulation of system clock</li> <li> Allow irix_stime
on mips</li> <li> Allow setting the real-time clock </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:137
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows use of RAW sockets</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows use of PACKET sockets </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow use of RAW sockets</li> <li> Allow use of PACKET
sockets </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:143
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows locking of shared memory segments</li> <li> Allows mlock
and\n"
-"mlockall (which does not really have anything to do with IPC) </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow locking of shared memory segments</li> <li> Allow mlock
and mlockall (which doesn't really have anything to do with IPC) </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:149
-msgid "<ul><li> Override IPC ownership checks </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Override IPC ownership checks </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:153
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Insert and remove kernel modules - modify kernel without limit</li>
\n"
-"<li> Modify cap_bset </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Insert and remove kernel modules - modify kernel without
limit</li> <li> Modify cap_bset </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:159
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows ioperm/iopl access</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows sending USB messages to any device via /proc/bus/usb </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow ioperm/iopl access</li> <li> Allow sending USB messages
to any device via /proc/bus/usb </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:165
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow use of chroot() </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows use of chroot() </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow use of chroot() </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:169
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow ptrace() of any process </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows ptrace() of any process </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow ptrace() of any process </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:173
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow configuration of process accounting </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows configuration of process accounting </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow configuration of process accounting </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:179
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows configuration of the secure attention key</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows administration of the random device</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows examination and configuration of disk quotas</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows configuring the kernel's syslog (printk behaviour)</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:185
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows setting the domain name</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting the hostname</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows calling bdflush()</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows mount() and umount(), setting up new smb connection</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows some autofs root ioctls</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:192
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows nfsservctl</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows VM86_REQUEST_IRQ</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows to read/write pci config on alpha</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows irix_prctl on mips (setstacksize)</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows flushing all cache on m68k (sys_cacheflush)</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:199
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows removing semaphores</li> \n"
-"<li> Used instead of CAP_CHOWN to \"chown\" IPC message queues, semaphores
and shared memory</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows locking/unlocking of shared memory segment</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows turning swap on/off</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows forged pids on socket credentials passing</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:206
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows setting read ahead and flushing buffers on block devices</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting geometry in floppy driver</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows turning DMA on/off in xd driver</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows administration of md devices (mostly the above, but some extra
ioctls)</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:212
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows tuning the ide driver</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows access to the nvram device</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows administration of apm_bios, serial and bttv (TV) device</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows manufacturer commands in iaan CAPI support driver</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:218
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows reading non-standardized portions of pci configuration space</li>
\n"
-"<li> Allows DDI debug ioctl on sbpcd driver</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting up serial ports</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows sending raw qic-117 commands</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:224
-msgid ""
-"<li> Allows enabling/disabling tagged queuing on SCSI controllers\n"
-" and sending arbitrary SCSI commands</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting encryption key on loopback filesystem </li></ul>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:232
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow use of reboot() </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows use of reboot() </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow use of reboot() </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:236
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows raising priority and setting priority on other (different
UID) processes</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows use of FIFO and round-robin (realtime) scheduling on own
processes and setting \n"
-"the scheduling algorithm used by another process.</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting cpu affinity on other processes </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow raising priority and setting priority on other
(different UID) processes</li> <li> Allow use of FIFO and round-robin
(realtime) scheduling on own processes and setting the scheduling algorithm
used by another process.</li> <li> Allow setting cpu affinity on other
processes </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:245
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Override resource limits. Set resource limits.</li> \n"
-"<li> Override quota limits.</li> \n"
-"<li> Override reserved space on ext2 filesystem</li> \n"
-"<li> Modify data journaling mode on ext3 filesystem (uses journaling
resources)</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:251
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<li> NOTE: ext2 honors fsuid when checking for resource overrides, so you can
override using fsuid too</li> \n"
-"<li> Override size restrictions on IPC message queues</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows more than 64hz interrupts from the real-time clock</li> \n"
-"<li> Override max number of consoles on console allocation</li> \n"
-"<li> Override max number of keymaps </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Override resource limits. Set resource limits.</li> <li>
Override quota limits.</li> <li> Override reserved space on ext2
filesystem</li> <li> Modify data journaling mode on ext3 filesystem (uses
journaling resources)</li> <li> NOTE: ext2 honours fsuid when checking for
resource overrides, so you can override using fsuid too</li> <li> Override size
restrictions on IPC message queues</li> <li> Allow more than 64hz interrupts
from the real-time clock</li> <li> Override max number of consoles on console
allocation</li> <li> Override max number of keymaps </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:261
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows manipulation of system clock</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows irix_stime on mips</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows setting the real-time clock </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow manipulation of system clock</li> <li> Allow irix_stime
on mips</li> <li> Allow setting the real-time clock </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:269
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<ul><li> Allows configuration of tty devices</li> \n"
-"<li> Allows vhangup() of tty </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow configuration of tty devices</li> <li> Allow vhangup()
of tty </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:275
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow the privileged aspects of mknod() </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows the privileged aspects of mknod() </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow the privileged aspects of mknod() </li></ul>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/capabilities.rb:281
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<ul><li> Allow taking of leases on files </li></ul>"
-msgid "<ul><li> Allows taking of leases on files </li></ul>"
-msgstr "<ul><li> Allow taking of leases on files </li></ul>"
-
-#. encoding: utf-8
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#.
-#. Copyright (c) 2002 - 2012 Novell, Inc.
-#. All Rights Reserved.
-#.
-#. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
-#. modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
-#. published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#.
-#. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-#. but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-#. MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-#. GNU General Public License for more details.
-#.
-#. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-#. along with this program; if not, contact Novell, Inc.
-#.
-#. To contact Novell about this file by physical or electronic mail,
-#. you may find current contact information at www.novell.com
-#.
-#. ***************************************************************************
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:34
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Profile Mode Configuration</b><br>This tool allows \n"
-"you to set AppArmor profiles to either complain or enforce mode.</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:37
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Complain mode</b> is a profile training state that logs application \n"
-"activity. All the violations of the AppArmor profile rules are logged \n"
-"(into <i>/var/log/audit/audit.log</i> file), but still permitted, so \n"
-"that application's behavior is not restricted.</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:43
-msgid ""
-"<p>With the profile in <b>enforce mode</b>, application is protected by \n"
-"AppArmor. The profile rules are enforced and their violation is logged,\n"
-"but not permitted (e.g. an application cannot access files, unless it is\n"
-"permitted to do so by the profile).</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Button for showing active or all profiles
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:63
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Couldn't recognize profile name: "
-msgid "Could not recognize profile name: "
-msgstr "Couldn't recognize profile name: "
-
-#. Reverse modes for toggling
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:75
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Couldn't recognize mode: "
-msgid "Could not recognize mode: "
-msgstr "Couldn't recognise mode: "
-
-#. translators: string is value in table for mode of apparmor
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:117
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Enforce"
-msgid "enforce"
-msgstr "Enforce"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:118
-msgid "complain"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:134
-msgid "Show All Profiles"
-msgstr "Show All Profiles"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:135
-msgid "Configure Mode for Active Profiles"
-msgstr "Configure Mode for Active Profiles"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:138
-msgid "Show Active Profiles"
-msgstr "Show Active Profiles"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:139
-msgid "Configure Mode for All Profiles"
-msgstr "Configure Mode for All Profiles"
-
-#. `Frame( `id(`changeMode), _("Configure Profile Mode"),
-#. TODO switch to variable in a module
-#. TODO plain reread does not work here
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:153
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1439
-msgid "Profile Name"
-msgstr "Profile Name"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:153
-msgid "Mode"
-msgstr "Mode"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:160
-msgid "Toggle Mode"
-msgstr "Toggle Mode"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:161
-msgid "Set All to Enforce"
-msgstr "Set All to Enforce"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:162
-msgid "Set All to Complain"
-msgstr "Set All to Complain"
-
-#. Profile Mode Configuration -- Sets Complain and Enforce Behavior
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:183
-msgid "Profile Mode Configuration"
-msgstr "Profile Mode Configuration"
-
-#. We'll need this often - cache it
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:231
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:241
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:270
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:289
-msgid "Configure Profile Mode"
-msgstr "Configure Profile Mode"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/config_complain.rb:297
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<p>Select an action:</p>"
-msgid "Select an action to perform."
-msgstr "<p>Select an action:</p>"
-
-#. START Help Section
-#. **********************************************************
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:32
-msgid ""
-"<p>The Security Event Notification screen enables you to setup email \n"
-"alerts for security events. In the following steps, specify how often \n"
-"alerts are sent, who receives the alert, and how severe the security \n"
-"event must be to send an alert.</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:38
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Notification Types</b><br> <b>Terse Notification:</b> \n"
-"Terse notification summarizes the total number of system events without \n"
-"providing details. <br>For example:<br> <tt>dhcp-101.up.wirex.com has \n"
-"had 10 security events since Tue Oct 12 11:10:00 2004</tt></p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:44
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Summary Notification:</b> The Summary notification displays \n"
-"the logged AppArmor security events, and lists the number of \n"
-"individual occurrences, including the date of the last occurrence. \n"
-"<br>For example:<br> <tt>AppArmor: PERMITTING access to capability\n"
-"'setgid' (httpd2-prefork(6347) profile /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork \n"
-"active /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork) 2 times, the latest at Sat Oct 9 16:05:54
2004.</tt>\n"
-"</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:53
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Verbose Notification:</b> The Verbose notification displays \n"
-"unmodified, logged AppArmor security events. It tells you every time \n"
-"an event occurs and writes a new line in the Verbose log. These \n"
-"security events include the date and time the event occurred, when \n"
-"the application profile permits access as well as rejects access, \n"
-"and the type of file permission access that is permitted or rejected.</p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:61
-msgid ""
-"<p>Verbose Notification also reports several messages that \n"
-"the logprof tool uses to interpret profiles. <br>For example:<br>\n"
-"<tt> Oct 9 15:40:31 AppArmor: PERMITTING r access to\n"
-"/etc/apache2/httpd.conf (httpd2-prefork(6068) profile \n"
-"/usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork active /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork)</tt></p>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:68
-msgid ""
-"<li> For each notification type that you would like \n"
-"enabled, select the frequency of notification that you would \n"
-"like. For example, if you select <b>1 day</b> from the \n"
-"pull-down list, you will be sent daily notifications of \n"
-"security events, if they occur.</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:75
-msgid ""
-"<li> Enter the email address of those who should receive \n"
-"the Terse, Summary, or Verbose notifications.If there is no local \n"
-"SMTP server configured to distribute e-mails from this host to the \n"
-"domain you entered, enter for example <i><user>@localhost</i> \n"
-"and enable <i><user></i> to receive system mail, if it is not \n"
-"a root user. </li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:83
-msgid ""
-"<li>Select the lowest <b>severity level</b> for which a notification \n"
-"should be sent. Security events will be logged and the notifications \n"
-"will be sent at the time indicated by the interval when events are \n"
-"equal or greater than the selected severity level. If the interval \n"
-"is 1 day, the notification will be sent daily, if security events \n"
-"occur."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:91
-msgid ""
-"<b>Severity Levels:</b> These are numbered 1 through 10, \n"
-"10 being the most severe security incident. The <b>severity.db</b> \n"
-"file defines the severity level of potential security events. \n"
-"The severity levels are determined by the importance of \n"
-"different security events, such as certain resources accessed \n"
-"or services denied.</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:99
-msgid ""
-"<li>Select <b>Include unknown security events</b> if \n"
-"you would like to include events that are not rated with a severity
number.</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. ----------------------------
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:103
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<b>AppArmor Profiling Wizard</b><br>"
-msgstr "AppArmor Profile Dialogue"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:106
-msgid ""
-"This wizard presents entries generated by the AppArmor access control module.
\n"
-"You can generate highly optimized and robust security profiles \n"
-"by using the suggestions made by AppArmor."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:111
-msgid ""
-"AppArmor suggests that you allow or deny access to specific resources \n"
-"or define execute permission for entries. Questions \n"
-"that display were logged during the normal application \n"
-"execution test previously performed. <br>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:117
-msgid ""
-"The following help text describes the detail of the security profile \n"
-"syntax used by AppArmor. <br><br>At any stage, you may \n"
-"customize the profile entry by changing the suggested response. \n"
-"This overview will assist you in your options. Refer to the \n"
-"Novell AppArmor Administration Guide for step-by-step \n"
-"instructions. <br><br>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:125
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<b>Access Modes</b><br>"
-msgstr "<p><b>Access to Server</b></p>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:126
-msgid "File permission access modes consists of combinations of the following
six modes:"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:129
-msgid "<li>r - read</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:130
-msgid "<li>w - write</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:131
-msgid "<li>m - mmap PROT_EXEC</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:132
-msgid "<li>px - discrete profile execute</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:133
-msgid "<li>ux - unconfined execute</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:134
-msgid "<li>ix - inherit execute</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:135
-msgid "<li>l - link</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:136
-msgid "<b>Details for Access Modes</b>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:137
-msgid "<b>Read mode</b><br>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:138
-msgid ""
-"Allows the program to have read access to the\n"
-"resource. Read access is required for shell scripts\n"
-"and other interpreted content, and determines if an\n"
-"executing process can core dump or be attached to with\n"
-"ptrace(2). (ptrace(2) is used by utilities such as\n"
-"strace(1), ltrace(1), and gdb(1).)"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:146
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<b>Write mode</b><br>"
-msgstr "<p><b>Virtualization Mode</b><br></p>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:147
-msgid ""
-"Allows the program to have write access to the\n"
-"resource. Files must have this permission if they are\n"
-"to be unlinked (removed.)"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:152
-msgid "<b>Mmap PROT_EXEC mode</b><br>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:153
-msgid ""
-"Allows the program to call mmap with PROT_EXEC on the\n"
-"resource."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:154
-msgid "<b>Unconfined execute mode</b><br>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:155
-msgid ""
-"Allows the program to execute the resource without any\n"
-"AppArmor profile being applied to the executed\n"
-"resource. Requires listing execute mode as well.\n"
-"Incompatible with Inherit and Discrete Profile execute\n"
-"entries."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:162
-msgid ""
-"This mode is useful when a confined program needs to\n"
-"be able to perform a privileged operation, such as\n"
-"rebooting the machine. By placing the privileged section \n"
-"in another executable and granting unconfined \n"
-"execution rights, it is possible to bypass the mandatory \n"
-"constraints imposed on all confined processes.\n"
-"For more information on what is constrained, see the\n"
-"apparmor(7) man page."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:172
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<b>Discrete Profile execute mode</b><br>"
-msgstr "<p><b>AutoYast Profile Setup</b><br></p>"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:173
-msgid ""
-"This mode requires that a discrete security profile is\n"
-"defined for a resource executed at a AppArmor domain\n"
-"transition. If there is no profile defined then the\n"
-"access will be denied. Incompatible with Inherit and\n"
-"Unconstrained execute entries."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:180
-msgid "<b>Link mode</b><br>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:181
-msgid ""
-"Allows the program to be able to create and remove a\n"
-"link with this name (including symlinks). When a link\n"
-"is created, the file that is being linked to MUST have\n"
-"the same access permissions as the link being created\n"
-"(with the exception that the destination does not have\n"
-"to have link access.) Link access is required for\n"
-"unlinking a file."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:190
-msgid "<b>Globbing</b>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:191
-msgid ""
-"File resources may be specified with a globbing syntax\n"
-"similar to that used by popular shells, such as csh(1),\n"
-"bash(1), zsh(1)."
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:196
-msgid "<li><b>*</b> can substitute for any number of characters, except
'/'<li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:199
-msgid "<li><b>**</b> can substitute for any number of characters, including
'/'</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:202
-msgid "<li><b>?</b> can substitute for any single character except '/'</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:205
-msgid "<li><b>[abc]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:208
-msgid "<li><b>[a-c]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:211
-msgid "<li><b>{ab,cd}</b> will expand to one rule to match ab, one rule to
match cd</li>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:214
-msgid "<b>Clean Exec - for sanitized execution</b>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/helps.rb:215
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile and unconstrained \n"
-"execute permissions provide added security by stripping the \n"
-"environment that is inherited by the child program of specific \n"
-"variables. You will be prompted to choose whether you want to sanitize the\n"
-"environment if you choose 'p' or 'u' during the profiling process.\n"
-"The variables are:"
-msgstr "<b>*Clean Exec</b><br>The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile
and unconstrained execute permissions provide added security by stripping the
enviroment that is inherited by the child programme of specific variables.
These variables are:"
-
-#. Globalz
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:55
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<b>Capability Selection</b>.\n"
-"<br>Select desired capabilities for this profile. \n"
-"Select a Capability name to see information about the capability."
-msgstr ""
-"<b>Capability Selection</b>.\n"
-" <br>Select desired capabilities for this
profile. \n"
-" Select a Capability name to see information
about the capability."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:62
-msgid "Capabilities enabled for the profile"
-msgstr "Capabilities enabled for the profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:80
-msgid "Capabilities"
-msgstr "Capabilities"
-
-#. We'll need this often - cache it
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:153
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:179
-msgid "All"
-msgstr "All"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:199
-msgid "Network Family"
-msgstr "Network Family"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:205
-msgid "Socket Type"
-msgstr "Socket Type"
-
-#. Popup the Edit Profile Entry dialog
-#. return a map containing PERM and FILE
-#. for the updated permissions and filename
-#. for the profile entry
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:292
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Profile Entry For "
-msgid "Profile Entry for "
-msgstr "Profile Entry For "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:297
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Enter or modify Filename"
-msgid "Enter or Modify Filename"
-msgstr "Enter or modify Filename"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:298
-msgid "&Browse"
-msgstr "&Browse"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:306
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1032
-msgid "Permissions"
-msgstr "Permissions"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:310
-msgid "Read"
-msgstr "Read"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:315
-msgid "Write"
-msgstr "Write"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:320
-msgid "Link"
-msgstr "Link"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:325
-msgid "Append"
-msgstr "Append"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:330
-msgid "Lock"
-msgstr "Lock"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:335
-msgid "MMap PROT_EXEC"
-msgstr "MMap PROT_EXEC"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:340
-msgid "Execute"
-msgstr "Execute"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:345
-msgid "Inherit"
-msgstr "Inherit"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:350
-msgid "Profile"
-msgstr "Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:355
-msgid "Profile Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Profile Clean Exec"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:360
-msgid "Unconstrained"
-msgstr "Unconstrained"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:365
-msgid "Unconstrained Clean Exec"
-msgstr "Unconstrained Clean Exec"
-
-#. Popup a dialog to let a user browse for a file
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:542
-msgid "Select Directory"
-msgstr "Select Directory"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:545
-msgid "Select File"
-msgstr "Select File"
-
-#. Update table values
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:602
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Entry will not added. Entry name or permissions not defined."
-msgid "Entry will not be added. Entry name or permissions not defined."
-msgstr "Entry will not added. Entry name or permissions not defined."
-
-#. Prompts the user for a hatname
-#. Side-Effect: sets Settings["CURRENT_HAT"]
-#. returns true (hat entered)
-#. false (user aborted)
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:849
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "Please enter the name of the Hat that you would like \n"
-#| "to add to the profile"
-msgid ""
-"Enter the name of the Hat that you would like \n"
-"to add to the profile\n"
-msgstr ""
-"Please enter the name of the Hat that you would like \n"
-"to add to the profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:859
-msgid "&Hat name to add"
-msgstr "&Hat name to add"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:865
-msgid "&Create Hat"
-msgstr "&Create Hat"
-
-#. Check for no application entry in the dialog
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:881
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"You have not given a name for the hat you want to add.\n"
-"Please \n"
-"enter a hat name to create a new hat, or press Abort to cancel this wizard."
-msgstr ""
-"You have not given a name for the hat you want to add.\n"
-"Please \n"
-"\t\t\tenter a hat name to create a new hat, or press Abort to cancel this
wizard."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:889
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "The profile already contains the provided hat name. Please enter a
different name to try again, or press Abort to cancel this wizard."
-msgid "The profile already contains the provided hat name. Enter a different
name or press Abort to cancel this wizard."
-msgstr "The profile already contains the provided hat name. Please enter a
different name to try again, or press Abort to cancel this wizard."
-
-#. FIXME: format these texts better
-#. help text
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:928
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p>View and modify the contents of an individual profile. For existing
entries double click the permissions to access a modification dialog.</p>"
-msgstr "In this form you can view and modify the contents of an individual
profile. For existing entries you can double click the permissions to access a
modification dialogue.<p>"
-
-#. help text
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:933
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>Permission Definitions:</b><br><code> r - read <br> \n"
-"w -write<br>l - link<br>m - mmap PROT_EXEC<br>k - file locking<br>\n"
-"a - file append<br>x - execute<br> i - inherit<br> p - discrete profile<br>\n"
-"P - discrete profile <br> (*clean exec)<br> u - unconstrained<br> \n"
-"U -unconstrained<br> (*clean exec)</code></p>"
-msgstr ""
-"<b>Permission Definitions:</b><br><code> r - read <br> w -\n"
-" write<br>l - link<br>m - mmap PROT_EXEC<br>k - file locking<br>a - file
append<br>x - execute<br> i - inherit<br> p - discrete profile<br> P - discrete
profile <br> (*clean exec)<br> u - unconstrained<br> U -unconstrained<br>
(*clean exec)</code><p>"
-
-#. help text
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:942
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p><b>Add Entry:</b><br>Select the type of resource to add from the
drop down list.</p>"
-msgstr "<b>Add Entry:</b><br>Select the type of resource to add from the drop
down list.<p>"
-
-#. help text - part x1
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:947
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p><ul><li><b>File</b><br>Add a file entry to this profile.</li>"
-msgstr "<ul><li><b>File</b><br>Add a file entry to this profile</li>"
-
-#. help text - part x2
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:951
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<li><b>Directory</b><br>Add a directory entry to this profile</li>"
-msgid "<li><b>Directory</b><br>Add a directory entry to this profile.</li>"
-msgstr "<li><b>Directory</b><br>Add a directory entry to this profile</li>"
-
-#. help text - part x3
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:955
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "<li><b>Capability</b><br>Add a capability entry to this profile</li>"
-msgid "<li><b>Capability</b><br>Add a capability entry to this profile.</li>"
-msgstr "<li><b>Capability</b><br>Add a capability entry to this profile</li>"
-
-#. help text - part x4
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:959
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<li><b>Include</b><br>Add an include entry to this profile. This option \n"
-"includes the profile entry contents of another file in this profile at load
time.</li>"
-msgstr "<li><b>Include</b><br>Add an include entry to this profile. This
option includes the profile entry contents of another file in this profile at
load time.</li>"
-
-#. help text - part x5
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:963
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<li><b>Network Entry</b><br>Add a network rule entry to this profile. \n"
-"This option will allow you to specify network access privileges for the
profile. \n"
-"You may specify a network address family and socket type.</li>"
-msgstr "<li><b>Network Entry</b><br>Add a network rule entry to this profile.
This option will allow you to specify network access privileges for the
profile. You may specify a network address family and socket type.</li>"
-
-#. help text - part x6
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:969
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<li><b>Hat</b><br>Add a sub-profile for this profile, called a Hat. This\n"
-"option is analogous to manually creating a new profile, which can be
selected\n"
-"during execution only in the context of being asked for by a <b>changehat\n"
-"aware</b> application. \n"
-"For more information on changehat, see <b>man changehat</b> on your system or
the Novell AppArmor Administration Guide.</li>"
-msgstr "<li><b>Hat</b><br>Add a sub-profile for this profile - called a Hat.
This option is analagous to manually creating a new profile, which can selected
during execution only in the context of being asked for by a <b>changehat
aware</b> application. For more information on changehat please see <b>man
changehat</b> on your system or the Novell AppArmor User's Guide.</li>"
-
-#. help text - part x7
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:977
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "</ul></p><p><b>Edit Entry:</b><br>Edit the selected entry.</p>"
-msgstr "</ul><p><b>Edit Entry:</b><br>Edit the selected entry.<p>"
-
-#. help text
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:982
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "<p><b>Delete Entry:</b><br>Removes the selected entry from this
profile.</p>"
-msgstr "<b>Delete Entry:</b><br>Removes the selected entry from this
profile.<p>"
-
-#. help text - part y1
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:987
-#, fuzzy
-msgid ""
-"<p><b>*Clean Exec</b><br>The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile \n"
-"and unconstrained execute permissions provide added security by stripping the
environment \n"
-"that is inherited by the child program of specific variables. These variables
are:"
-msgstr "<b>*Clean Exec</b><br>The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile
and unconstrained execute permissions provide added security by stripping the
enviroment that is inherited by the child programme of specific variables.
These variables are:"
-
-#. help text - part y2
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:998
-msgid "&File"
-msgstr "&File"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:999
-msgid "Network &Rule"
-msgstr "Network &Rule"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1000
-msgid "&Directory"
-msgstr "&Directory"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1001
-msgid "&Capability"
-msgstr "&Capability"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1002
-msgid "&Include File"
-msgstr "&Include File"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1012
-msgid "AppArmor profile "
-msgstr "AppArmor profile "
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1020
-msgid "&Hat"
-msgstr "&Hat"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1021
-msgid "AppArmor profile for "
-msgstr "AppArmour profile for "
-
-#. Define the widget contents
-#. for the Wizard
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1032
-msgid "File Name"
-msgstr "File Name"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1039
-msgid "Add Entry"
-msgstr "Add Entry"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1040
-msgid "&Edit Entry"
-msgstr "&Edit Entry"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1041
-msgid "&Delete Entry"
-msgstr "&Delete Entry"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1075
-msgid "AppArmor Hat Dialog"
-msgstr "AppArmour Hat Dialogue"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1105
-msgid "AppArmor Profile Dialog"
-msgstr "AppArmour Profile Dialogue"
-
-#. Widget activated in the table
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1145
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Include entries can not be edited. Please select add or delete to
manage Include entries."
-msgid "Include entries can not be edited. Select add or delete to manage
Include entries."
-msgstr "Include entries can not be edited. Please select add or delete to
manage Include entries."
-
-#. Make sure that the entry doesn't already exist
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1294
-msgid "Hats can not have embedded hats."
-msgstr "Hats can not have embedded hats."
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1306
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Select File To Include"
-msgid "Select File to Include"
-msgstr "Select File To Include"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1335
-#, fuzzy
-msgid "Invalid #include file. Include files must be located in one of these
directories: \n"
-msgstr "Invalid #include file. Include files must be located in one of these
directores: \n"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1379
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Save changes to the Profile"
-msgid "Save changes to the profile"
-msgstr "Save changes to the Profile"
-
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1380
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "Would you like to save the changes to this profile? \n"
-#| "(Note: after saving the changes the AppArmor profiles will be reloaded.)"
-msgid ""
-"Save the changes to this profile? \n"
-"(Note: after saving, AppArmor profiles will be reloaded.)\n"
-msgstr ""
-"Would you like to save the changes to this profile? \n"
-"(Note: after saving the changes the AppArmour profiles will be reloaded.)"
-
-#. We'll need this often - cache it
-#: src/include/apparmor/profile_dialogs.rb:1476
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "You must select a profile to edit"
-msgid "You must select a profile to edit."
-msgstr "You must select a profile to edit"
-
-#: perl-lib/Notify.pm:51
-#, perl-format
-msgid "Failed copying %s."
-msgstr "Failed copying %s."
-
-#~ msgid "Synchronization error between frontend and backend."
-#~ msgstr "Synchronisation error between frontend and backend."
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor Profile Wizard"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmor Profile Dialogue"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "&Application to Profile"
-#~ msgid "Application to Profile"
-#~ msgstr "&Application to Profile"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Generate Time"
-#~ msgid "Generate Profile"
-#~ msgstr "Generate Time"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "&Update Profile"
-#~ msgid "Update Profile"
-#~ msgstr "&Update Profile"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<p>The Report Configuration dialog enables you to filter the archived \n"
-#~ "report selected in the previous screen. To filter by <b>Date Range:</b>"
-#~ msgstr "The Report Configuration dialogue enables you to filter the
archived report selected in the previous screen. To filter by <b>Date
Range:</b><br><br> <ol> <li>Click <b>Filter By Date Range</b>. The fields
become active. <li>Enter the start and end dates that delineate the scope of
the report. "
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<p>The View Archive Reports form enables you to view previously
generated\n"
-#~ "reports located in the /var/log/apparmor/reports-archived directory. Use
the checkboxes at the top to narrow-down the category of reports shown in the
list to: SIR Reports, AUD Reports or ESS Reports. To see report details, select
a report and click the <b>View</b> button.<br><br> You can view reports from
one or more systems if you move the reports to the
/var/log/apparmor/reports-archived directory.</p>"
-#~ msgstr " The View Archive Reports form enables you to view previously
generated reports, located in the /var/log/apparmour/reports-archived
directory. The checkboxes at the top of the form enable you to narrow-down the
category of reports shown in the list to the following: SIR Reports, AUD
Reports, or ESS Reports. To see report details, select a report and click the
<b>View</b> button.<br><br> You can view reports from one or more systems if
you move the reports to the /var/log/apparmor/reports-archived directory."
-
-#~ msgid "repConfHelp"
-#~ msgstr "repConfHelp"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<ul> <li><b>Policy Exceptions:</b> When an application requests a resource
\n"
-#~ "that's not defined within its profile, a security event is generated.</li>
\n"
-#~ "<li><b>Policy Engine State Changes:</b> Enforces policy for applications
and \n"
-#~ "maintains its own state, including when engines start or stop, when a
policy \n"
-#~ "is reloaded, and when global security feature are enabled or
disabled.</li></ul> \n"
-#~ "Select the report from the archive, then <b>View</b> to see the report
details.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<b>Security Incident Report (SIR):</b> A report that displays
security events of interest to an administrator. The SIR reports policy
violations for locally confined applications during the specified time period.
The SIR reports policy exceptions and policy engine state changes. These two
types of security events are defined as follows: <ul> <li><b>Policy
Exceptions:</b> When an application requests a resource that's not defined
within its profile, a security event is generated. <li><b>Policy Engine State
Changes:</b> Enforces policy for applications and maintains its own state,
including when engines start or stop, when a policy is reloaded, and when
global security feature are enabled or disabled. </ul> Select the report from
the archive, then <b>View</b> to see the report details."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<p><b>Applications Audit Report (AUD):</b> An auditing tool that
reports which application servers are running and whether they are confined by
AppArmor. Application servers are applications that accept incoming network
connections. This report provides the host machine's IP Address, the date the
Applications Audit Report ran, the name and path of the unconfined program or
application server, the suggested profile or a placeholder for a profile for an
unconfined program, the process ID number, the state of the program (confined
or unconfined) and the type of confinement that the profile is performing
(enforce/complain).</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<b>Applications Audit Report (AUD):</b> An auditing tool that
reports which application servers are running and whether they are confined by
AppArmour. Application servers are applications that accept incoming network
connections. This report provides the host machine's IP Address, the date the
Applications Audit Report ran, the name and path of the unconfined program or
application server, the suggested profile or a placeholder for a profile for an
unconfined program, the process ID number, The state of the program (confined
or unconfined), and the type of confinement that the profile is performing
(enforce/complain).<br><br> "
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<p><b>Executive Security Summary (ESS):</b> A combined report, \n"
-#~ "consisting of one or more high-level reports from one or more machines.
This \n"
-#~ "report can provide a single view of security events on multiple machines
if each \n"
-#~ "machine's data is copied to the reports archive directory, which is \n"
-#~ "<b>/var/log/apparmor/reports-archived</b>. This report provides the host
\n"
-#~ "machine's IP address, the start and end dates of the polled events, total
number \n"
-#~ "of rejects, total number of events, average of severity levels reported,
and the \n"
-#~ "highest severity level reported. One line of the ESS report represents a
range \n"
-#~ "of SIR reports.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<b>Executive Security Summary (ESS):</b> A combined report,
consisting of one or more high-level reports from one or more machines. This
report can provide a single view of security events on multiple machines if
each machine's data is copied to the reports archive directory, which is
<b>/var/log/apparmour/reports-archived</b>. This report provides the host
machine's IP address, the start and end dates of the polled events, total
number of rejects, total number of events, average of severity levels reported,
and the highest severity level reported. One line of the ESS report represents
a range of SIR reports.<br><br> "
-
-#~ msgid "Archived Security Incident Report - Page "
-#~ msgstr "Archived Security Incident Report - Page "
-
-#~ msgid " of "
-#~ msgstr " of "
-
-#~ msgid "F&irst"
-#~ msgstr "F&irst"
-
-#~ msgid "&Previous"
-#~ msgstr "&Previous"
-
-#~ msgid "&Sort"
-#~ msgstr "&Sort"
-
-#~ msgid "&Forward"
-#~ msgstr "&Forward"
-
-#~ msgid "&Last"
-#~ msgstr "&Last"
-
-#~ msgid "Filter By Date Range"
-#~ msgstr "Filter By Date Range"
-
-#~ msgid " Select Date Range "
-#~ msgstr " Select Date Range "
-
-#~ msgid "Enter Starting Date/Time"
-#~ msgstr "Enter Starting Date/Time"
-
-#~ msgid "Hours"
-#~ msgstr "Hours"
-
-#~ msgid "Minutes"
-#~ msgstr "Minutes"
-
-#~ msgid "Day"
-#~ msgstr "Day"
-
-#~ msgid "Month"
-#~ msgstr "Month"
-
-#~ msgid "Year"
-#~ msgstr "Year"
-
-#~ msgid "Enter Ending Date"
-#~ msgstr "Enter Ending Date"
-
-#~ msgid "Program name"
-#~ msgstr "Program name"
-
-#~ msgid "Profile name"
-#~ msgstr "Profile name"
-
-#~ msgid "PID number"
-#~ msgstr "PID number"
-
-#~ msgid "U"
-#~ msgstr "U"
-
-#~ msgid "Detail"
-#~ msgstr "Detail"
-
-#~ msgid "Access Type: R"
-#~ msgstr "Access Type: R"
-
-#~ msgid "Mode: All"
-#~ msgstr "Mode: All"
-
-#~ msgid "Export Type"
-#~ msgstr "Export Type"
-
-#~ msgid "None"
-#~ msgstr "None"
-
-#~ msgid "csv"
-#~ msgstr "csv"
-
-#~ msgid "html"
-#~ msgstr "html"
-
-#~ msgid "Both"
-#~ msgstr "Both"
-
-#~ msgid "Location to store log."
-#~ msgstr "Location to store log."
-
-#~ msgid "Report Configuration Dialog"
-#~ msgstr "Report Configuration Dialogue"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Illegal start date entered. Please retry."
-#~ msgid "Illegal start date entered. Retry."
-#~ msgstr "Illegal start date entered. Please retry."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Illegal end date entered. Please retry."
-#~ msgid "Illegal end date entered. Retry."
-#~ msgstr "Illegal end date entered. Please retry."
-
-#~ msgid "Access Type: "
-#~ msgstr "Access Type: "
-
-#~ msgid "Mode: "
-#~ msgstr "Mode: "
-
-#~ msgid "Security Incident Report"
-#~ msgstr "Security Incident Report"
-
-#~ msgid "Applications Audit Report"
-#~ msgstr "Applications Audit Report"
-
-#~ msgid "Executive Security Summary"
-#~ msgstr "Executive Security Summary"
-
-#~ msgid "Mon"
-#~ msgstr "Mon"
-
-#~ msgid "Tue"
-#~ msgstr "Tue"
-
-#~ msgid "Wed"
-#~ msgstr "Wed"
-
-#~ msgid "Thu"
-#~ msgstr "Thu"
-
-#~ msgid "Fri"
-#~ msgstr "Fri"
-
-#~ msgid "Sat"
-#~ msgstr "Sat"
-
-#~ msgid "Sun"
-#~ msgstr "Sun"
-
-#~ msgid "Unrecognized form request."
-#~ msgstr "Unrecognized form request."
-
-#~ msgid "On Demand Event Report - Page "
-#~ msgstr "On Demand Event Report - Page "
-
-#~ msgid "F&irst Page"
-#~ msgstr "F&irst Page"
-
-#~ msgid "&Last Page"
-#~ msgstr "&Last Page"
-
-#~ msgid "&Go to Page"
-#~ msgstr "&Go to Page"
-
-#~ msgid "Time"
-#~ msgstr "Time"
-
-#~ msgid "Filter By Program Name"
-#~ msgstr "Filter By Program Name"
-
-#~ msgid "Export Report"
-#~ msgstr "Export Report"
-
-#~ msgid "Export File Location"
-#~ msgstr "Export File Location"
-
-#~ msgid "Select Export Format"
-#~ msgstr "Select Export Format"
-
-#~ msgid "CSV"
-#~ msgstr "CSV"
-
-#~ msgid "HTML"
-#~ msgstr "HTML"
-
-#~ msgid "Abort or Back"
-#~ msgstr "Abort or Back"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid ""
-#~| "<b>AppArmor Security Events</b><p>\n"
-#~| " This table displays the events found that match your
search criteria."
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<b>AppArmor Security Events</b><p>\n"
-#~ "This table displays the events that match your search criteria.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "<b>AppArmour Security Events</b><p>\n"
-#~ " This table displays the events found that match your
search criteria."
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor Event Report Data"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour Event Report Data"
-
-#~ msgid "Date"
-#~ msgstr "Date"
-
-#~ msgid "PID"
-#~ msgstr "PID"
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor Message"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour Message"
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor Security Event Report"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour Security Event Report"
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor Reporting"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour Reporting"
-
-#~ msgid "Schedule Reports"
-#~ msgstr "Schedule Reports"
-
-#~ msgid "View Archived Reports"
-#~ msgstr "View Archived Reports"
-
-#~ msgid "Run Reports"
-#~ msgstr "Run Reports"
-
-#~ msgid "Choose a Report Type"
-#~ msgstr "Choose a Report Type"
-
-#~ msgid "SIR"
-#~ msgstr "SIR"
-
-#~ msgid "App Aud"
-#~ msgstr "App Aud"
-
-#~ msgid "ESS"
-#~ msgstr "ESS"
-
-#~ msgid "Location of Archived Reports"
-#~ msgstr "Location of Archived Reports"
-
-#~ msgid "Report"
-#~ msgstr "Report"
-
-#~ msgid "&View"
-#~ msgstr "&View"
-
-#~ msgid "View &All"
-#~ msgstr "View &All"
-
-#~ msgid "Events DB Not Initialized."
-#~ msgstr "Events DB Not Initialised."
-
-#~ msgid "The events database has not been populated. No records exist."
-#~ msgstr "The events database has not been populated. No records exist."
-
-#~ msgid "Query Returned Empty List."
-#~ msgstr "Query Returned Empty List."
-
-#~ msgid "The events database has no records that match the search query."
-#~ msgstr "The events database has no records that match the search query."
-
-#~ msgid "Archived Event Report - Page "
-#~ msgstr "Archived Event Report - Page "
-
-#~ msgid "Host"
-#~ msgstr "Host"
-
-#~ msgid "Program"
-#~ msgstr "Program"
-
-#~ msgid "State"
-#~ msgstr "State"
-
-#~ msgid "Type"
-#~ msgstr "Type"
-
-#~ msgid "Query Results"
-#~ msgstr "Query Results"
-
-#~ msgid "No event information exists."
-#~ msgstr "No event information exists."
-
-#~ msgid "Start Date"
-#~ msgstr "Start Date"
-
-#~ msgid "End Date"
-#~ msgstr "End Date"
-
-#~ msgid "Num Rejects"
-#~ msgstr "Num Rejects"
-
-#~ msgid "Num Events"
-#~ msgstr "Num Events"
-
-#~ msgid "Ave. Sev"
-#~ msgstr "Ave. Sev"
-
-#~ msgid "High Sev"
-#~ msgstr "High Sev"
-
-#~ msgid "View Archived SIR Report"
-#~ msgstr "View Archived SIR Report"
-
-#~ msgid "View Archived AUD Report"
-#~ msgstr "View Archived AUD Report"
-
-#~ msgid "View Archived ESS Report"
-#~ msgstr "View Archived ESS Report"
-
-#~ msgid "Executive Security Summary Report"
-#~ msgstr "Executive Security Summary Report"
-
-#~ msgid "No recognized report type selected. Try again."
-#~ msgstr "No recognized report type selected. Try again."
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor Report"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour Report"
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor On-Demand Report"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour On-Demand Report"
-
-#~ msgid "AppArmor - Run Reports"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour - Run Reports"
-
-#~ msgid "Add Scheduled SIR"
-#~ msgstr "Add Scheduled SIR"
-
-#~ msgid "Report Name"
-#~ msgstr "Report Name"
-
-#~ msgid "Day of Month"
-#~ msgstr "Day of Month"
-
-#~ msgid "Day of Week"
-#~ msgstr "Day of Week"
-
-#~ msgid "Hour"
-#~ msgstr "Hour"
-
-#~ msgid "Minute"
-#~ msgstr "Minute"
-
-#~ msgid "Email Target 1"
-#~ msgstr "Email Target 1"
-
-#~ msgid "Email Target 2"
-#~ msgstr "Email Target 2"
-
-#~ msgid "Email Target 3"
-#~ msgstr "Email Target 3"
-
-#~ msgid "The specified directory does not exist."
-#~ msgstr "The specified directory does not exist."
-
-#~ msgid "Only one contiguous space allowed in report names."
-#~ msgstr "Only one contiguous space allowed in report names."
-
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "These characters are not allowed in report names:\n"
-#~ "\t\t\t\t\t\"`~!@#$%^&*()[{]};:'\",<>?/|\""
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "These characters are not allowed in report names:\n"
-#~ "\t\t\t\t\t\"`~!@#$%^&*()[{]};:'\",<>?/|\""
-
-#~ msgid "Only 128 characters are allowed in report names."
-#~ msgstr "Only 128 characters are allowed in report names."
-
-#~ msgid "Each report name should be unique."
-#~ msgstr "Each report name should be unique."
-
-#~ msgid "N&ext"
-#~ msgstr "N&ext"
-
-#~ msgid "Edit Report Schedule for "
-#~ msgstr "Edit Report Schedule for "
-
-#~ msgid "R"
-#~ msgstr "R"
-
-#~ msgid "Error: "
-#~ msgstr "Error: "
-
-#~ msgid "Delete Confirmation"
-#~ msgstr "Delete Confirmation"
-
-#~ msgid "Are you sure you want to delete: "
-#~ msgstr "Are you sure you want to delete: "
-
-#~ msgid "?"
-#~ msgstr "?"
-
-#~ msgid "Mins"
-#~ msgstr "Mins"
-
-#~ msgid "View Archive"
-#~ msgstr "View Archive"
-
-#~ msgid "Run Now"
-#~ msgstr "Run Now"
-
-#~ msgid "Cannot delete a stock report."
-#~ msgstr "Cannot delete a stock report."
-
-#~ msgid "No name provided for retrieving SIR report page count."
-#~ msgstr "No name provided for retrieving SIR report page count."
-
-#~ msgid "Mode Request"
-#~ msgstr "Mode Request"
-
-#~ msgid "Mode Deny"
-#~ msgstr "Mode Deny"
-
-#~ msgid "Event Type"
-#~ msgstr "Event Type"
-
-#~ msgid "Operation"
-#~ msgstr "Operation"
-
-#~ msgid "Attribute"
-#~ msgstr "Attribute"
-
-#~ msgid "Additional Name"
-#~ msgstr "Additional Name"
-
-#~ msgid "Net Family"
-#~ msgstr "Net Family"
-
-#~ msgid "Net Protocol"
-#~ msgstr "Net Protocol"
-
-#~ msgid "Net Socket Type"
-#~ msgstr "Net Socket Type"
-
-#~ msgid "Enter a Page to Move to."
-#~ msgstr "Enter a Page to Move to."
-
-#~ msgid "Num. Rejects"
-#~ msgstr "Num. Rejects"
-
-#~ msgid "Num. Events"
-#~ msgstr "Num. Events"
-
-#~ msgid "Access Type"
-#~ msgstr "Access Type"
-
-#~ msgid "MMap"
-#~ msgstr "MMap"
-
-#~ msgid "Permit"
-#~ msgstr "Permit"
-
-#~ msgid "Reject"
-#~ msgstr "Reject"
-
-#~ msgid "Audit"
-#~ msgstr "Audit"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "SubDomain does not appear to be started. Please enable SubDomain
and try again."
-#~ msgid "AppArmor does not appear to be started. Please enable AppArmor and
try again."
-#~ msgstr "SubDomain does not appear to be started. Please enable SubDomain
and try again."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Updating AppArmor profiles in %s."
-#~ msgid "Can't find apparmor profiles in %s."
-#~ msgstr "Updating AppArmor profiles in %s."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "This wizard will assist you in creating a new AppArmor security \n"
-#~ "profile for an application, or you can use it to enhance \n"
-#~ "an existing profile by allowing AppArmor to learn new \n"
-#~ "application behavior. \n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Enter the application name for which you would like\n"
-#~ "to create a profile or select Browse to find the \n"
-#~ "application on your system.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "This wizard will help you create a new AppArmor security \n"
-#~ "profile for an application, or you can use it to enhance \n"
-#~ "an existing profile by allowing AppArmor to learn new \n"
-#~ "application behaviour. \n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Please enter the application name for which you would like\n"
-#~ "to create a profile, or selecte Browse to find the \n"
-#~ "application on your system."
-
-#~ msgid "&Application to Profile"
-#~ msgstr "&Application to Profile"
-
-#~ msgid "&Create"
-#~ msgstr "&Create"
-
-#~ msgid "&Abort"
-#~ msgstr "&Abort"
-
-#~ msgid "Select Program to Profile"
-#~ msgstr "Select Program to Profile"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid ""
-#~| "The specified file is not executable.\n"
-#~| "\n"
-#~| "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~| "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~| "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "The specified file is not executable.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "The specified file is not executable.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid ""
-#~| "The specified pathname is a directory.\n"
-#~| "\n"
-#~| "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~| "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~| "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "The specified pathname is a directory.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "The specified pathname is a directory.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid ""
-#~| "The specified file does not exist.\n"
-#~| "\n"
-#~| "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~| "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~| "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "The specified file does not exist.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "The specified file does not exist.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid ""
-#~| "You have not entered or selected an\n"
-#~| "application to profile.\n"
-#~| "\n"
-#~| "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~| "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~| "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "You have not entered or selected an\n"
-#~ "application to profile.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "You have not entered or selected an\n"
-#~ "application to profile.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Please enter an application name to\n"
-#~ "continue generating a profile or press\n"
-#~ "Abort to cancel this wizard."
-
-#~ msgid "Profiling"
-#~ msgstr "Profiling"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid ""
-#~| "Please start the application to be profiled in\n"
-#~| "another window and exercise its functionality now.\n"
-#~| "\n"
-#~| "Once completed, select the 'Scan' option below in\n"
-#~| "order to scan the system logs for AppArmor events.\n"
-#~| "\n"
-#~| "For each AppArmor event, you will be given the\n"
-#~| "opportunity to choose whether the access should be\n"
-#~| "allowed or denied."
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "Start the application to be profiled in\n"
-#~ "another window and exercise its functionality now.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Once completed, select the 'Scan' option below in\n"
-#~ "order to scan the system logs for AppArmor events.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "For each AppArmor event, you will be given the\n"
-#~ "opportunity to choose whether access should be\n"
-#~ "allowed or denied.\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "Please start the application to be profiled in\n"
-#~ "another window and exercise its functionality now.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "Once completed, select the 'Scan' option below in\n"
-#~ "order to scan the system logs for AppArmor events.\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "For each AppArmor event, you will be given the\n"
-#~ "opportunity to choose whether the access should be\n"
-#~ "allowed or denied."
-
-#~ msgid "Are you sure you want to exit?"
-#~ msgstr "Are you sure you want to exit?"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Reloaded SubDomain profiles in enforce mode."
-#~ msgid "Reloaded AppArmor profiles in enforce mode."
-#~ msgstr "Reloaded SubDomain profiles in enforce mode."
-
-#~ msgid "Finished generating profile for %s."
-#~ msgstr "Finished generating profile for %s."
-
-#~ msgid "Unable to open"
-#~ msgstr "Unable to open"
-
-#~ msgid "Couldn't save query."
-#~ msgstr "Couldn't save query."
-
-#~ msgid "Couldn't retrieve query."
-#~ msgstr "Couldn't retrieve query."
-
-#~ msgid "# Security Incident Report - Generated by AppArmor\n"
-#~ msgstr "# Security Incident Report - Generated by AppArmor\n"
-
-#~ msgid "# Period: %s - %s\n"
-#~ msgstr "# Period: %s - %s\n"
-
-#~ msgid "# The following filters were used for report generation:\n"
-#~ msgstr "# The following filters were used for report generation:\n"
-
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "# Filter: %s, Value: %s\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "# Filter: %s, Value: %s\n"
-#~ "\n"
-
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "# No filters were used for report generation:\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "# No filters were used for report generation:\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-
-#~ msgid "<h3>Security Incident Report - Generated by AppArmor</h3>\n"
-#~ msgstr "<h3>Security Incident Report - Generated by AppArmor</h3>\n"
-
-#~ msgid "<h4>Period: %s - %s</h4>\n"
-#~ msgstr "<h4>Period: %s - %s</h4>\n"
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_confined: Couldn't open %s for writing."
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_confined: Couldn't open %s for writing."
-
-#~ msgid "Failure in readMultiAudLog() - couldn't open %s."
-#~ msgstr "Failure in readMultiAudLog() - couldn't open %s."
-
-#~ msgid "Problem in readMultiAudLog() - couldn't open %s/%s."
-#~ msgstr "Problem in readMultiAudLog() - couldn't open %s/%s."
-
-#~ msgid "readAudLog() wasn't passed an input file."
-#~ msgstr "readAudLog() wasn't passed an input file."
-
-#~ msgid "readAudLog() couldn't open %s."
-#~ msgstr "readAudLog() couldn't open %s."
-
-#~ msgid "Can't run %s. Exiting."
-#~ msgstr "Can't run %s. Exiting."
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_confined: Missing instruction or argument!"
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_confined: Missing instruction or argument!"
-
-#~ msgid "Failure in readMultiEssLog() - couldn't open"
-#~ msgstr "Failure in readMultiEssLog() - couldn't open"
-
-#~ msgid "Problem in readMultiEssLog() - couldn't open"
-#~ msgstr "Problem in readMultiEssLog() - couldn't open"
-
-#~ msgid "readEssLog() wasn't passed an input file."
-#~ msgstr "readEssLog() wasn't passed an input file."
-
-#~ msgid "readEssLog() couldn't open %s"
-#~ msgstr "readEssLog() couldn't open %s"
-
-#~ msgid "ag_logparse: Unknown instruction %s or argument: %s"
-#~ msgstr "ag_logparse: Unknown instruction %s or argument: %s"
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_parse: Couldn't open %s for writing."
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_parse: Couldn't open %s for writing."
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_parse: No archived reports found."
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_parse: No archived reports found."
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_parse: Can't open directory %s: %s"
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_parse: Can't open directory %s: %s"
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_parse: Unknown instruction %s or argument: %s"
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_parse: Unknown instruction %s or argument: %s"
-
-#~ msgid "Couldn't find %s. Unable to create crontab. Exiting."
-#~ msgstr "Couldn't find %s. Unable to create crontab. Exiting."
-
-#~ msgid "Couldn't open %s."
-#~ msgstr "Couldn't open %s."
-
-#~ msgid "Couldn't open %s. Unable to add report: %s"
-#~ msgstr "Couldn't open %s. Unable to add report: %s"
-
-#~ msgid "Duplicate report name not allowed. Didn't schedule new report: %s"
-#~ msgstr "Duplicate report name not allowed. Didn't schedule new report: %s"
-
-#~ msgid "Couldn't open %s. No changes performed."
-#~ msgstr "Couldn't open %s. No changes performed."
-
-#~ msgid "ag_reports_sched: Unknown instruction %s or arg: %s"
-#~ msgstr "ag_reports_sched: Unknown instruction %s or arg: %s"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<p>Please refer to this for more detailed information about
AppArmor</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<p>Please refer to this for more detailed information about
AppArmor</p>"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<ul><li>Overrides all restrictions about allowed operations on files,\n"
-#~ "where file owner ID must be equal to the user ID, except where CAP_FSETID
is \n"
-#~ "applicable. It doesn't override MAC and DAC restrictions. </li></ul>"
-#~ msgstr "<ul><li>Overrides all restrictions about allowed operations on
files, where file owner ID must be equal to the user ID, except where
CAP_FSETID is applicable. It doesn't override MAC and DAC restrictions.
</li></ul>"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<ul><li>Overrides the following restrictions that the effective user \n"
-#~ "ID shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits
on that \n"
-#~ "file; that the effective group ID (or one of the supplementary group IDs)
shall match \n"
-#~ "the file owner ID when setting the S_ISGID bit on that file; that the
S_ISUID and \n"
-#~ "S_ISGID bits are cleared on successful return from chown(2) (not
implemented). </li></ul>"
-#~ msgstr "<ul><li>Overrides the following restrictions that the effective
user ID shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits
on that file; that the effective group ID (or one of the supplementary group
IDs) shall match the file owner ID when setting the S_ISGID bit on that file;
that the S_ISUID and S_ISGID bits are cleared on successful return from
chown(2) (not implemented). </li></ul>"
-
-#~ msgid "Please select an action to perform from the buttons below."
-#~ msgstr "Please select an action to perform from the buttons below."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "The profile already contains the provided hat name. \n"
-#~ "Please enter a different name to try again, or press Abort to cancel this
wizard."
-#~ msgstr "The profile already contains the provided hat name. Please enter a
different name to try again, or press Abort to cancel this wizard."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "<p><b>Generate Reports Help</b> <p>If there were, in fact, \n"
-#~ "going to be any help for you (which, incidentally, there isn't going to
be), \n"
-#~ "then you would indeed find said help, here.</p><p>Thank you for your time,
\n"
-#~ "and have a nice day.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<b>Generate Reports Help</b> <p>If there were, in fact, going to be
any help for you (which, incidentally, there isn't going to be), then you would
indeed find said help, here.<p> Thank you for your time, and have a nice day."
-
-#~ msgid "Weds"
-#~ msgstr "Weds"
-
-#~ msgid "Can't find subdomain profiles in %s."
-#~ msgstr "Can't find subdomain profiles in %s."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "AppArmor Configuration"
-#~ msgid "App Armor Configuration"
-#~ msgstr "AppArmour Configuration"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Report"
-#~ msgid "Repors"
-#~ msgstr "Report"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "&Update Profile"
-#~ msgid "Edit Profile"
-#~ msgstr "&Update Profile"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~| msgid "Select Profile..."
-#~ msgid "Delete Profile"
-#~ msgstr "Select Profile..."
-
-#~ msgid "C&onfigure"
-#~ msgstr "C&onfigure"
-
-#~ msgid "Abo(r)t"
-#~ msgstr "Abo(r)t"
-
-#~ msgid "<p><b>Profile Mode Configuration</b><br>This tool allows you to set
AppArmor profiles to either complain or enforce mode.</p><p>Complain mode is a
profile training state that logs application activity, but does not restrict
the application's behavior.</p><p>Profiles in enforce mode are protected by
AppArmor.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<p><b>Profile Mode Configuration</b><br>This tool allows you to set
AppArmor profiles to either complain or enforce mode.</p><p>Complain mode is a
profile training state that logs application activity, but does not restrict
the application's behaviour.</p><p>Profiles in enforce mode are protected by
AppArmor.</p>"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ " <b>AppArmor Profiling Wizard</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This wizard presents entries generated by the AppArmor access
control module. You can generate highly optimized and robust security profiles
by using the suggestions made by AppArmor. AppArmor suggests that you allow or
deny access to specific resources or define execute permission for entries.
These questions that display were logged during the normal application
execution test previously performed. <br>\n"
-#~ " The following help text describes the detail of the security
profile syntax used by AppArmor. <br><br>At any stage, you may customize the
profile entry by changing the suggested response. This overview will assist you
in your options. Refer to the Novell AppArmor Administration Guide for
step-by-step instructions. <br><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Access Modes</b><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " File permission access modes consists of combinations of\n"
-#~ " the following six modes:\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "<ul> <li>r - read</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>w - write</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>m - mmap PROT_EXEC</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>px - discrete profile execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ux - unconfined execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ix - inherit execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>l - link</li>\n"
-#~ "</ul>\n"
-#~ "<p>\n"
-#~ " <br> <b>Details for Access Modes</b>\n"
-#~ "<br><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Read mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to have read access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Read access is required for shell scripts\n"
-#~ " and other interpreted content, and determines if an\n"
-#~ " executing process can core dump or be attached to with\n"
-#~ " ptrace(2). (ptrace(2) is used by utilities such as\n"
-#~ " strace(1), ltrace(1), and gdb(1).)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Write mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to have write access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Files must have this permission if they are\n"
-#~ " to be unlinked (removed.)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Mmap PROT_EXEC mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to call mmap with PROT_EXEC on the\n"
-#~ " resource. \n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " \n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <b>Unconfined execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " \n"
-#~ " Allows the program to execute the resource without any\n"
-#~ " AppArmor profile being applied to the executed\n"
-#~ " resource. Requires listing execute mode as well.\n"
-#~ " Incompatible with Inherit and Discrete Profile execute\n"
-#~ " entries.\n"
-#~ " <br><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " This mode is useful when a confined program needs to\n"
-#~ " be able to perform a privileged operation, such as\n"
-#~ " rebooting the machine. By placing the privileged section \n"
-#~ " in another executable and granting unconfined \n"
-#~ " execution rights, it is possible to bypass the mandatory \n"
-#~ " constraints imposed on all confined processes.\n"
-#~ " For more information on what is constrained, see the\n"
-#~ " subdomain(7) man page.\n"
-#~ "<br><br> <b>Discrete Profile execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This mode requires that a discrete security profile is\n"
-#~ " defined for a resource executed at a AppArmor domain\n"
-#~ " transition. If there is no profile defined then the\n"
-#~ " access will be denied. Incompatible with Inherit and\n"
-#~ " Unconstrained execute entries.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br> \n"
-#~ " <b>Link mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to be able to create and remove a\n"
-#~ " link with this name (including symlinks). When a link\n"
-#~ " is created, the file that is being linked to MUST have\n"
-#~ " the same access permissions as the link being created\n"
-#~ " (with the exception that the destination does not have\n"
-#~ " to have link access.) Link access is required for\n"
-#~ " unlinking a file.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Globbing</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " File resources may be specified with a globbing syntax\n"
-#~ " similar to that used by popular shells, such as csh(1),\n"
-#~ " bash(1), zsh(1).\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <ul>\n"
-#~ "\t<li><b>*</b> can substitute for any number of characters, excepting\n"
-#~ " '/'<li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " \t<li><b>**</b> can substitute for any number of characters,
including '/'</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>?</b> can substitute for any single character excepting
'/'</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[abc]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[a-c]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>{ab,cd}</b> will expand to one rule to match ab, one rule to
match\n"
-#~ " cd</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " </ul>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Clean Exec - for sanitized execution</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile and unconstrained
\n"
-#~ " execute permissions provide added security by stripping the \n"
-#~ " environment that is inherited by the child program of specific \n"
-#~ " variables. You will be prompted to choose whether you want to
sanitize the\n"
-#~ " enviroment if you choose 'p' or 'u' during the profiling
process.\n"
-#~ " The variables are:\n"
-#~ " <ul> \n"
-#~ " <li>GCONV_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>GETCONF_DIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>HOSTALIASES</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_AUDIT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG_OUTPUT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DYNAMIC_WEAK</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_LIBRARY_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_ORIGIN_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PRELOAD</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PROFILE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_SHOW_AUXV</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_USE_LOAD_BIAS</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCALDOMAIN</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>MALLOC_TRACE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>NLSPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RESOLV_HOST_CONF</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RES_OPTION</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TMPDIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TZDIR</li> </ul>\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ " <b>AppArmor Profiling Wizard</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This wizard presents entries generated by the AppArmor access
control module. You can generate highly optimized and robust security profiles
by using the suggestions made by AppArmor. AppArmor suggests that you allow or
deny access to specific resources or define execute permission for entries.
These questions that display were logged during the normal application
execution test previously performed. <br>\n"
-#~ " The following help text describes the detail of the security
profile syntax used by AppArmor. <br><br>At any stage, you may customize the
profile entry by changing the suggested response. This overview will assist you
in your options. Refer to the Admin Guide for step-by-step instructions.\n"
-#~ "<br><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Access Modes</b><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " File permission access modes consists of combinations of\n"
-#~ " the following six modes:\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "<ul> <li>r - read</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>w - write</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>m - mmap PROT_EXEC</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>px - discrete profile execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ux - unconfined execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ix - inherit execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>l - link</li>\n"
-#~ "</ul>\n"
-#~ "<p>\n"
-#~ " <br> <b>Details for Access Modes</b>\n"
-#~ "<br><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Read mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to have read access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Read access is required for shell scripts\n"
-#~ " and other interpreted content, and determines if an\n"
-#~ " executing process can core dump or be attached to with\n"
-#~ " ptrace(2). (ptrace(2) is used by utilities such as\n"
-#~ " strace(1), ltrace(1), and gdb(1).)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Write mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to have write access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Files must have this permission if they are\n"
-#~ " to be unlinked (removed.)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Mmap PROT_EXEC mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to call mmap with PROT_EXEC on the\n"
-#~ " resource. \n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " \n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <b>Unconfined execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " \n"
-#~ " Allows the program to execute the resource without any\n"
-#~ " AppArmor profile being applied to the executed\n"
-#~ " resource. Requires listing execute mode as well.\n"
-#~ " Incompatible with Inherit and Discrete Profile execute\n"
-#~ " entries.\n"
-#~ " <br><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " This mode is useful when a confined program needs to\n"
-#~ " be able to perform a privileged operation, such as\n"
-#~ " rebooting the machine. By placing the privileged section \n"
-#~ " in another executable and granting unconfined \n"
-#~ " execution rights, it is possible to bypass the mandatory \n"
-#~ " constraints imposed on all confined processes.\n"
-#~ " For more information on what is constrained, see the\n"
-#~ " subdomain(7) man page.\n"
-#~ "<br><br> <b>Discrete Profile execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This mode requires that a discrete security profile is\n"
-#~ " defined for a resource executed at a AppArmor domain\n"
-#~ " transition. If there is no profile defined then the\n"
-#~ " access will be denied. Incompatible with Inherit and\n"
-#~ " Unconstrained execute entries.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br> \n"
-#~ " <b>Link mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to be able to create and remove a\n"
-#~ " link with this name (including symlinks). When a link\n"
-#~ " is created, the file that is being linked to MUST have\n"
-#~ " the same access permissions as the link being created\n"
-#~ " (with the exception that the destination does not have\n"
-#~ " to have link access.) Link access is required for\n"
-#~ " unlinking a file.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Globbing</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " File resources may be specified with a globbing syntax\n"
-#~ " similar to that used by popular shells, such as csh(1),\n"
-#~ " bash(1), zsh(1).\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <ul>\n"
-#~ "\t<li><b>*</b> can substitute for any number of characters, excepting\n"
-#~ " '/'<li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " \t<li><b>**</b> can substitute for any number of characters,
including '/'</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>?</b> can substitute for any single character excepting
'/'</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[abc]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[a-c]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>{ab,cd}</b> will expand to one rule to match ab, one rule to
match\n"
-#~ " cd</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " </ul>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Clean Exec - for sanitized execution</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile and unconstrained
\n"
-#~ " execute permissions provide added security by stripping the \n"
-#~ " enviroment that is inherited by the child programme of specific \n"
-#~ " variables. You will be prompted to choose whether you want to
sanitize the\n"
-#~ " enviroment if you choose 'p' or 'u' during the profiling
process.\n"
-#~ " The variables are:\n"
-#~ " <ul> \n"
-#~ " <li>GCONV_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>GETCONF_DIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>HOSTALIASES</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_AUDIT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG_OUTPUT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DYNAMIC_WEAK</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_LIBRARY_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_ORIGIN_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PRELOAD</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PROFILE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_SHOW_AUXV</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_USE_LOAD_BIAS</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCALDOMAIN</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>MALLOC_TRACE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>NLSPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RESOLV_HOST_CONF</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RES_OPTION</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TMPDIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TZDIR</li> </ul>\n"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ " <b>AppArmor Profiling Wizard</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This wizard presents entries generated by the AppArmor access
control module. You can generate highly optimized and robust security profiles
by using the suggestions made by AppArmor. AppArmor suggests that you allow or
deny access to specific resources or define execute permission for entries.
These questions that display were logged during the normal application
execution test previously performed. <br>\n"
-#~ " The following help text describes the detail of the security
profile syntax used by AppArmor. <br><br>At any stage, you may customize the
profile entry by overriding the suggestion. This overview will assist you in
your options. Refer to the Novell AppArmor Administration Guide for
step-by-step instructions.<br><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <b>Access Modes</b><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " File permission access modes consists of combinations of\n"
-#~ " the following six modes:\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "<ul> <li>r - read</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>w - write</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>m - mmap PROT_EXEC</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>px - discrete profile execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ux - unconfined execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ix - inherit execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>l - link</li>\n"
-#~ "</ul>\n"
-#~ "<p><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Details for Access Modes</b>\n"
-#~ "<br><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Read mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to have read access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Read access is required for shell scripts\n"
-#~ " and other interpreted content, and determines if an\n"
-#~ " executing process can core dump or be attached to with\n"
-#~ " ptrace(2). (ptrace(2) is used by utilities such as\n"
-#~ " strace(1), ltrace(1), and gdb(1).)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Write mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to have write access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Files must have this permission if they are\n"
-#~ " to be unlinked (removed.)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Mmap PROT_EXEC mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to call mmap with PROT_EXEC on the\n"
-#~ " resource. \n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <b>Unconfined execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to execute the resource without any\n"
-#~ " AppArmor profile being applied to the executed\n"
-#~ " resource. Requires listing execute mode as well.\n"
-#~ " Incompatible with Inherit and Discrete Profile execute\n"
-#~ " entries.\n"
-#~ " <br><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " This mode is useful when a confined program needs to\n"
-#~ " be able to perform a privileged operation, such as\n"
-#~ " rebooting the machine. By placing the privileged section\n"
-#~ " in another executable and granting unconfined execution
rights,\n"
-#~ "\t it is possible to bypass the mandatory\n"
-#~ " constraints imposed on all confined processes.\n"
-#~ " For more information on what is constrained, see the\n"
-#~ " subdomain(7) man page.\n"
-#~ "<br><br> <b>Discrete Profile execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This mode requires that a discrete security profile is\n"
-#~ " defined for a resource executed at a AppArmor domain\n"
-#~ " transition. If there is no profile defined then the\n"
-#~ " access will be denied. Incompatible with Inherit and\n"
-#~ " Unconstrained execute entries.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Link mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the program to be able to create and remove a\n"
-#~ " link with this name (including symlinks). When a link\n"
-#~ " is created, the file that is being linked to MUST have\n"
-#~ " the same access permissions as the link being created\n"
-#~ " (with the exception that the destination does not have\n"
-#~ " to have link access.) Link access is required for\n"
-#~ " unlinking a file.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Globbing</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " File resources may be specified with a globbing syntax\n"
-#~ " similar to that used by popular shells, such as csh(1),\n"
-#~ " bash(1), zsh(1).\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <ul>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>*</b> can substitute for any number of characters,
excepting\n"
-#~ " '/'<li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>**</b> can substitute for any number of characters,
including '/'</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>?</b> can substitute for any single character excepting
'/'</li>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[abc]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[a-c]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>{ab,cd}</b> will expand to one rule to match ab, one rule to
match cd</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " </ul>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Clean Exec - for sanitized execution</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile and unconstrained
\n"
-#~ " execute permissions provide added security by stripping the \n"
-#~ " enviroment that is inherited by the child program of specific \n"
-#~ " variables. You will be prompted to choose whether you want to
sanitize the\n"
-#~ " environment if you choose 'p' or 'u' during the profiling
process.\n"
-#~ " The variables are:\n"
-#~ " <ul> \n"
-#~ " <li>GCONV_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>GETCONF_DIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>HOSTALIASES</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_AUDIT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG_OUTPUT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DYNAMIC_WEAK</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_LIBRARY_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_ORIGIN_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PRELOAD</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PROFILE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_SHOW_AUXV</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_USE_LOAD_BIAS</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCALDOMAIN</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>MALLOC_TRACE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>NLSPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RESOLV_HOST_CONF</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RES_OPTION</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TMPDIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TZDIR</li> </ul>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ " <b>AppArmor Profiling Wizard</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This wizard presents entries generated by the AppArmor access
control module. You can generate highly optimized and robust security profiles
by using the suggestions made by AppArmor. AppArmor suggests that you allow or
deny access to specific resources or define execute permission for entries.
These questions that display were logged during the normal application
execution test previously performed. <br>\n"
-#~ " The following help text describes the detail of the security
profile syntax used by AppArmor. <br><br>At any stage, you may customize the
profile entry by overriding the suggestion. This overview will assist you in
your options. Refer to the Admin Guide for step-by-step instructions.\n"
-#~ "<br><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <b>Access Modes</b><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " File permission access modes consists of combinations of\n"
-#~ " the following six modes:\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "<ul> <li>r - read</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>w - write</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>m - mmap PROT_EXEC</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>px - discrete profile execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ux - unconfined execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>ix - inherit execute</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>l - link</li>\n"
-#~ "</ul>\n"
-#~ "<p><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Details for Access Modes</b>\n"
-#~ "<br><br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Read mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to have read access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Read access is required for shell scripts\n"
-#~ " and other interpreted content, and determines if an\n"
-#~ " executing process can core dump or be attached to with\n"
-#~ " ptrace(2). (ptrace(2) is used by utilities such as\n"
-#~ " strace(1), ltrace(1), and gdb(1).)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Write mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to have write access to the\n"
-#~ " resource. Files must have this permission if they are\n"
-#~ " to be unlinked (removed.)\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Mmap PROT_EXEC mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to call mmap with PROT_EXEC on the\n"
-#~ " resource. \n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <b>Unconfined execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to execute the resource without any\n"
-#~ " AppArmor profile being applied to the executed\n"
-#~ " resource. Requires listing execute mode as well.\n"
-#~ " Incompatible with Inherit and Discrete Profile execute\n"
-#~ " entries.\n"
-#~ " <br><br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " This mode is useful when a confined programme needs to\n"
-#~ " be able to perform a privileged operation, such as\n"
-#~ " rebooting the machine. By placing the privileged section\n"
-#~ " in another executable and granting unconfined execution
rights,\n"
-#~ "\t it is possible to bypass the mandatory\n"
-#~ " constraints imposed on all confined processes.\n"
-#~ " For more information on what is constrained, see the\n"
-#~ " subdomain(7) man page.\n"
-#~ "<br><br> <b>Discrete Profile execute mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " This mode requires that a discrete security profile is\n"
-#~ " defined for a resource executed at a AppArmor domain\n"
-#~ " transition. If there is no profile defined then the\n"
-#~ " access will be denied. Incompatible with Inherit and\n"
-#~ " Unconstrained execute entries.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Link mode</b><br>\n"
-#~ " Allows the programme to be able to create and remove a\n"
-#~ " link with this name (including symlinks). When a link\n"
-#~ " is created, the file that is being linked to MUST have\n"
-#~ " the same access permissions as the link being created\n"
-#~ " (with the exception that the destination does not have\n"
-#~ " to have link access.) Link access is required for\n"
-#~ " unlinking a file.\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Globbing</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " File resources may be specified with a globbing syntax\n"
-#~ " similar to that used by popular shells, such as csh(1),\n"
-#~ " bash(1), zsh(1).\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <ul>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>*</b> can substitute for any number of characters,
excepting\n"
-#~ " '/'<li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>**</b> can substitute for any number of characters,
including '/'</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <li><b>?</b> can substitute for any single character excepting
'/'</li>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[abc]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>[a-c]</b> will substitute for the single character a, b, or
c</li>\n"
-#~ " <li><b>{ab,cd}</b> will expand to one rule to match ab, one rule to
match cd</li>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " </ul>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <b>Clean Exec - for sanitised execution</b>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " <br>\n"
-#~ " The Clean Exec option for the discrete profile and unconstrained
\n"
-#~ " execute permissions provide added security by stripping the \n"
-#~ " enviroment that is inherited by the child programme of specific \n"
-#~ " variables. You will be prompted to choose whether you want to
sanitise the\n"
-#~ " enviroment if you choose 'p' or 'u' during the profiling
process.\n"
-#~ " The variables are:\n"
-#~ " <ul> \n"
-#~ " <li>GCONV_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>GETCONF_DIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>HOSTALIASES</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_AUDIT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DEBUG_OUTPUT</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_DYNAMIC_WEAK</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_LIBRARY_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_ORIGIN_PATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PRELOAD</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_PROFILE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_SHOW_AUXV</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LD_USE_LOAD_BIAS</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCALDOMAIN</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>LOCPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>MALLOC_TRACE</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>NLSPATH</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RESOLV_HOST_CONF</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>RES_OPTION</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TMPDIR</li>\n"
-#~ " <li>TZDIR</li> </ul>\n"
-#~ "\n"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<ul><li> Allow configuration of the secure attention key</li> <li>
Allow administration of the random device</li> <li> Allow examination and
configuration of disk quotas</li> <li> Allow configuring the kernel's syslog
(printk behaviour)</li> <li> Allow setting the domain name</li> <li> Allow
setting the hostname</li> <li> Allow calling bdflush()</li> <li> Allow mount()
and umount(), setting up new smb connection</li> <li> Allow some autofs root
ioctls</li> <li> Allow nfsservctl</li> <li> Allow VM86_REQUEST_IRQ</li> <li>
Allow to read/write pci config on alpha</li> <li> Allow irix_prctl on mips
(setstacksize)</li> <li> Allow flushing all cache on m68k (sys_cacheflush)</li>
<li> Allow removing semaphores</li> <li> Used instead of CAP_CHOWN to \"chown\"
IPC message queues, semaphores and shared memory</li> <li> Allow
locking/unlocking of shared memory segment</li> <li> Allow turning swap
on/off</li> <li> Allow forged pids on socket credentials passing</li> <li>
Allow setting
read ahead and flushing buffers on block devices</li> <li> Allow setting
geometry in floppy driver</li> <li> Allow turning DMA on/off in xd driver</li>
<li> Allow administration of md devices (mostly the above, but some extra
ioctls)</li> <li> Allow tuning the ide driver</li> <li> Allow access to the
nvram device</li> <li> Allow administration of apm_bios, serial and bttv (TV)
device</li> <li> Allow manufacturer commands in isdn CAPI support driver</li>
<li> Allow reading non-standardized portions of pci configuration space</li>
<li> Allow DDI debug ioctl on sbpcd driver</li> <li> Allow setting up serial
ports</li> <li> Allow sending raw qic-117 commands</li> <li> Allow
enabling/disabling tagged queuing on SCSI controllers and sending arbitrary
SCSI commands</li> <li> Allow setting encryption key on loopback filesystem
</li></ul>"
-#~ msgstr "<ul><li> Allow configuration of the secure attention key</li> <li>
Allow administration of the random device</li> <li> Allow examination and
configuration of disk quotas</li> <li> Allow configuring the kernel's syslog
(printk behaviour)</li> <li> Allow setting the domainname</li> <li> Allow
setting the hostname</li> <li> Allow calling bdflush()</li> <li> Allow mount()
and umount(), setting up new smb connection</li> <li> Allow some autofs root
ioctls</li> <li> Allow nfsservctl</li> <li> Allow VM86_REQUEST_IRQ</li> <li>
Allow to read/write pci config on alpha</li> <li> Allow irix_prctl on mips
(setstacksize)</li> <li> Allow flushing all cache on m68k (sys_cacheflush)</li>
<li> Allow removing semaphores</li> <li> Used instead of CAP_CHOWN to \"chown\"
IPC message queues, semaphores and shared memory</li> <li> Allow
locking/unlocking of shared memory segment</li> <li> Allow turning swap
on/off</li> <li> Allow forged pids on socket credentials passing</li> <li>
Allow setting
readahead and flushing buffers on block devices</li> <li> Allow setting
geometry in floppy driver</li> <li> Allow turning DMA on/off in xd driver</li>
<li> Allow administration of md devices (mostly the above, but some extra
ioctls)</li> <li> Allow tuning the ide driver</li> <li> Allow access to the
nvram device</li> <li> Allow administration of apm_bios, serial and bttv (TV)
device</li> <li> Allow manufacturer commands in isdn CAPI support driver</li>
<li> Allow reading non-standardised portions of pci configuration space</li>
<li> Allow DDI debug ioctl on sbpcd driver</li> <li> Allow setting up serial
ports</li> <li> Allow sending raw qic-117 commands</li> <li> Allow
enabling/disabling tagged queuing on SCSI controllers and sending arbitrary
SCSI commands</li> <li> Allow setting encryption key on loopback filesystem
</li></ul>"
-
-#~ msgid "The Security Event Notification screen enables you to setup email
alerts for security events. In the following steps, specify how often alerts
are sent, who receives the alert, and how severe the security event must be to
send an alert. <br><br><b>Notification Types</b><br> <b>Terse
Notification:</b> Terse notification summarizes the total number of system
events without providing details. <br>For example:<br> dhcp-101.up.wirex.com
has had 10 security events since Tue Oct 12 11:10:00 2004<br><br> <b>Summary
Notification:</b> The Summary notification displays the logged AppArmor
security events, and lists the number of individual occurrences, including the
date of the last occurrence. <br>For example:<br> SubDomain: PERMITTING access
to capability 'setgid' (httpd2-prefork(6347) profile /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork
active /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork) 2 times, the latest at Sat Oct 9 16:05:54
2004.<br><br> <b>Verbose Notification:</b> The Verbose notification displays
unmodified
, logged AppArmor security events. It tells you every time an event occurs and
writes a new line in the Verbose log. These security events include the date
and time the event occurred, when the application profile permits access as
well as rejects access, and the type of file permission access that is
permitted or rejected. Verbose Notification also reports several messages that
the logprof tool uses to interpret profiles. <br>For example:<br> Oct 9
15:40:31 SubDomain: PERMITTING r access to /etc/apache2/httpd.conf
(httpd2-prefork(6068) profile /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork active
/usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork) <br<br> <ol> <li> For each notification type that you
would like enabled, select the frequency of notification that you would like.
For example, if you select <b>1 day</b> from the pull-down list, you will be
sent daily notifications of security events, if they occur.</li> <br><br> <li>
Enter the email address of those who should receive the Terse, Summary, or
Verbose notifications
. </li><br><br> <li>Select the lowest <b>severity level</b> for which a
notification should be sent. Security events will be logged and the
notifications will be sent at the time indicated by the interval when events
are equal or greater than the selected severity level. If the interval is 1
day, the notification will be sent daily, if security events occur.<br><br>
<b>Severity Levels:</b> These are numbered one through ten, ten being the most
severe security incident. The <b>severity.db</b> file defines the severity
level of potential security events. The severity levels are determined by the
importance of different security events, such as certain resources accessed or
services denied.</li> <li>Select <b>Include unknown security events</b> if you
would like to include events that are not rated with a severity number.</li>
</ol>"
-#~ msgstr "The Security Event Notification screen enables you to setup email
alerts for security events. In the following steps, specify how often alerts
are sent, who receives the alert, and how severe the security event must be to
send an alert. <br><br><b>Notification Types</b><br> <b>Terse
Notification:</b> Terse notification summarizes the total number of system
events without providing details. <br>For example:<br> dhcp-101.up.wirex.com
has had 10 security events since Tue Oct 12 11:10:00 2004<br><br> <b>Summary
Notification:</b> The Summary notification displays the logged AppArmour
security events, and lists the number of individual occurrences, including the
date of the last occurrence. <br>For example:<br> SubDomain: PERMITTING access
to capability 'setgid' (httpd2-prefork(6347) profile /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork
active /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork) 2 times, the latest at Sat Oct 9 16:05:54
2004.<br><br> <b>Verbose Notification:</b> The Verbose notification displays
unmodifi
ed, logged AppArmor security events. It tells you every time an event occurs
and writes a new line in the Verbose log. These security events include the
date and time the event occurred, when the application profile permits access
as well as rejects access, and the type of file permission access that is
permitted or rejected. Verbose Notification also reports several messages that
the logprof tool uses to interpret profiles. <br>For example:<br> Oct 9
15:40:31 SubDomain: PERMITTING r access to /etc/apache2/httpd.conf
(httpd2-prefork(6068) profile /usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork active
/usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork) <br<br> <ol> <li> For each notification type that you
would like enabled, select the frequency of notification that you would like.
For example, if you select <b>1 day</b> from the pull-down list, you will be
sent daily notifications of security events, if they occur.</li> <br><br> <li>
Enter the email address of those who should receive the Terse, Summary, or
Verbose notificatio
ns. </li><br><br> <li>Select the lowest <b>severity level</b> for which a
notification should be sent. Security events will be logged and the
notifications will be sent at the time indicated by the interval when events
are equal or greater than the selected severity level. If the interval is 1
day, the notification will be sent daily, if security events occur.<br><br>
<b>Severity Levels:</b> These are numbered one through ten, ten being the most
severe security incident. The <b>severity.db</b> file defines the severity
level of potential security events. The severity levels are determined by the
importance of different security events, such as certain resources accessed or
services denied.</li> <li>Select <b>Include unknown security events</b> if you
would like to include events that are not rated with a severity number.</li>
</ol>"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<p>The Report Configuration dialog enables you to filter the
archived report selected in the previous screen. To filter by <b>Date
Range:</b><br><br> <ol> <li>Click <b>Filter By Date Range</b>. The fields
become active. <li>Enter the start and end dates that delineate the scope of
the report. <li>Enter other filtering parameters. See below for definitions of
parameters. </ol> The following definitions help you to enter the filtering
parameters in the Report Configuration Dialog: <br><br> <b>Program Name
Pattern:</b> When you enter a program name or pattern that matches the name of
the binary executable of the program of interest, the report will display
security events that have occurred for a specific program.<br><br> <b>Profile
Name Pattern:</b> When you enter the name of the profile, the report will
display the security events that are generated for the specified profile. You
can use this to see what is being confined by a specific profile.<br><br>
<b>PID Number:</b
Process ID number is a number that uniquely identifies one specific process
or running program (this number is valid only during the lifetime of that
process).<br><br> <b>Severity Level:</b> Select the lowest severity level
for security events that you would like to be included in the report. The
selected severity level, and above, will be included in the reports.<br><br>
<b>Detail:</b> A source to which the profile has denied access. This
includes capabilities and files. You can use this field to report the
resources are not allowed to be accessed by profiles.<br><br> <b>Mode:</b>
The Mode is the permission that the profile grants to the program or process
to which it is applied. The options are: r (read) w (write) l (link) x
(execute)<br><br> <b>Access Type:</b> The access type describes what is
actually happening with the security event. The options are: PERMITTING,
REJECTING, or AUDITING.<br><br> <b>CSV or HTML:</b> Enables you to export a
CSV (comma separated values) or ht
ml file. The CSV file separates pieces of data in the log entries with commas
using a standard data format for importing into table-oriented applications.
You can enter a pathname for your exported report by typing in the full
pathname in the field provided.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "The Report Configuration dialogue enables you to filter the
archived report selected in the previous screen. To filter by <b>Date
Range:</b><br><br> <ol> <li>Click <b>Filter By Date Range</b>. The fields
become active. <li>Enter the start and end dates that delineate the scope of
the report. <li>Enter other filtering parameters. See below for definitions of
parameters. </ol> The following definitions help you to enter the filtering
parameters in the Report Configuration Dialogue: <br><br> <b>Programme Name
Pattern:</b> When you enter a programme name or pattern that matches the name
of the binary executable of the programme of interest, the report will display
security events that have occurred for a specific programme.<br><br> <b>Profile
Name Pattern:</b> When you enter the name of the profile, the report will
display the security events that are generated for the specified profile. You
can use this to see what is being confined by a specific profile.<br><br>
<b>PID
Number:</b> Process ID number is a number that uniquely identifies one
specific process or running programme (this number is valid only during the
lifetime of that process).<br><br> <b>Severity Level:</b> Select the lowest
severity level for security events that you would like to be included in the
report. The selected severity level, and above, will be included in the
reports.<br><br> <b>Detail:</b> A source to which the profile has denied
access. This includes capabilities and files. You can use this field to report
the resources are not allowed to be accessed by profiles.<br><br> <b>Mode:</b>
The Mode is the permission that the profile grants to the programme or process
to which it is applied. The options are: r (read) w (write) l (link) x
(execute)<br><br> <b>Access Type:</b> The access type describes what is
actually happening with the security event. The options are: PERMITTING,
REJECTING, or AUDITING.<br><br> <b>CSV or HTML:</b> Enables you to export a CSV
(comma separated
values) or html file. The CSV file separates pieces of data in the log
entries with commas using a standard data format for importing into
table-oriented applications. You can enter a pathname for your exported report
by typing in the full pathname in the field provided."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<p>The AppArmor On-Demand Report screen displays an instantly
generated version of one of the following reports. <b>Executive Security
Summary:</b> A combined report, consisting of one or more Security incident
reports from one or more machines. This report provides a single view of
security events on multiple machines.<br><br> <b>Applications Audit Report:</b>
An auditing tool that reports which application servers are running and whether
the applications are confined by AppArmor. Application servers are applications
that accept incoming network connections. <br><br> <b>Security Incident
Report:</b> A report that displays application security for a single host. It
reports policy violations for locally confined applications during a specific
time period. You can edit and customize this report, or add new versions.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "The AppArmour On-Demand Report screen displays an instantly
generated version of one of the following reports. <b>Executive Security
Summary:</b> A combined report, consisting of one or more Security incident
reports from one or more machines. This report provides a single view of
security events on multiple machines.<br><br> <b>Applications Audit Report:</b>
An auditing tool that reports which application servers are running and whether
the applications are confined by AppArmor. Application servers are applications
that accept incoming network connections. <br><br> <b>Security Incident
Report:</b> A report that displays application security for a single host. It
reports policy violations for locally confined applications during a specific
time period. You can edit and customise this report, or add new versions."
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<p>The Report Configuration dialog enables you to filter the report
selected in the previous screen. To filter by <b>Date Range:</b><br><br> <ol>
<li>Click <b>Filter By Date Range</b>. The fields become active. <li>Enter the
start and end dates that delineate the scope of the report. <li>Enter other
filtering parameters. See below for definitions of parameters. </ol> The
following definitions help you to enter the filtering parameters in the Report
Configuration Dialog: <b>Program Name Pattern:</b> When you enter a program
name or pattern that matches the name of the executable process of interest,
the report will display security events that have occurred for a specific
program.<br><br> <b>Profile Name Pattern:</b> When you enter the name of the
security profile that is applied to the process, the report will display the
security events that are generated for the specified profile. You can use this
to see what is being confined by a specific profile.<br><br> <b>PID Num
ber:</b> Process ID number is a number that uniquely identifies one specific
process or running program (this number is valid only during the lifetime of
that process).<br><br> <b>Severity Level:</b> Select the lowest severity level
for security events that you would like to be included in the report. The
selected severity level, and above, will be included in the reports.<br><br>
<b>Detail:</b> A source to which the profile has denied access. This includes
capabilities and files. You can use this field to report the resources are not
allowed to be accessed by profiles.<br><br> <b>Mode:</b> The Mode is the
permission that the profile grants to the program or process to which it is
applied. The options are: r (read) w (write) l (link) x (execute)<br><br>
<b>Access Type:</b> The access type describes what is actually happening with
the security event. The options are: PERMITTING, REJECTING, or
AUDITING.<br><br> <b>CSV or HTML:</b> Enables you to export a CSV (comma
separated values
) or HTML file. The CSV file separates pieces of data in the log entries with
commas using a standard data format for importing into table-oriented
applications. You can enter a pathname for your exported report by typing in
the full pathname in the field provided.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "The Report Configuration dialogue enables you to filter the report
selected in the previous screen. To filter by <b>Date Range:</b><br><br> <ol>
<li>Click <b>Filter By Date Range</b>. The fields become active. <li>Enter the
start and end dates that delineate the scope of the report. <li>Enter other
filtering parameters. See below for definitions of parameters. </ol> The
following definitions help you to enter the filtering parameters in the Report
Configuration Dialog: <b>Programme Name Pattern:</b> When you enter a program
name or pattern that matches the name of the executable process of interest,
the report will display security events that have occurred for a specific
program.<br><br> <b>Profile Name Pattern:</b> When you enter the name of the
security profile that is applied to the rocess, the report will display the
security events that are generated for the specified profile. You can use this
to see what is being confined by a specific profile.<br><br> <b>PID Nu
mber:</b> Process ID number is a number that uniquely identifies one specific
process or running program (this number is valid only during the lifetime of
that process).<br><br> <b>Severity Level:</b> Select the lowest severity level
for security events that you would like to be included in the report. The
selected severity level, and above, will be included in the reports.<br><br>
<b>Detail:</b> A source to which the profile has denied access. This includes
capabilities and files. You can use this field to report the resources are not
allowed to be accessed by profiles.<br><br> <b>Mode:</b> The Mode is the
permission that the profile grants to the program or process to which it is
applied. The options are: r (read) w (write) l (link) x (execute)<br><br>
<b>Access Type:</b> The access type describes what is actually happening with
the security event. The options are: PERMITTING, REJECTING, or
AUDITING.<br><br> <b>CSV or HTML:</b> Enables you to export a CSV (comma
separated value
s) or html file. The CSV file separates pieces of data in the log entries with
commas using a standard data format for importing into table-oriented
applications. You can enter a pathname for your exported report by typing in
the full pathname in the field provided.<br><br>"
-
-#, fuzzy
-#~ msgid "<p>The summary of scheduled reports page shows us when reports are
scheduled to run. Reports can be set to run monthly, weekly, daily, or hourly.
The default settings are daily at midnight. The reports can also be emailed,
upon completion, to up to three email recipients.<br><br> In the Set Schedule
section, you can schedule the following three types of security
reports:<br><br> <b>Executive Security Summary:</b> A combined report,
consisting of one or more Security incident reports from one or more machines.
This report provides a single view of security events on multiple
machines.<br><br> <b>Applications Audit Report:</b> An auditing tool that
reports which application servers are running and whether the applications are
confined by AppArmor. Application servers are applications that accept incoming
network connections. <br><br> <b>Security Incident Report:</b> A report that
displays application security for a single host. It reports policy violations
for locally conf
ined applications during a specific time period. You can edit and customize
this report, or add new versions.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "The summary of scheduled reports page shows us when reports are
scheduled to run. Reports can be set to run monthly, weekly, daily, or hourly.
The default settings are daily at midnight. The reports can also be emailed,
upon completion, to up to three email recipients.<br><br> In the Set Schedule
section, you can schedule the following three types of security
reports:<br><br> <b>Executive Security Summary:</b> A combined report,
consisting of one or more Security incident reports from one or more machines.
This report provides a single view of security events on multiple
machines.<br><br> <b>Applications Audit Report:</b> An auditing tool that
reports which application servers are running and whether the applications are
confined by AppArmour. Application servers are applications that accept
incoming network connections. <br><br> <b>Security Incident Report:</b> A
report that displays application security for a single host. It reports policy
violations for locally confi
ned applications during a specific time period. You can edit and customise
this report, or add new versions."
-
-#~ msgid "<p><b>AppArmor Status</b><br>This reports whether the AppArmor
policy enforcement module is loaded and functioning.</p> <p><b>Security Event
Notification</b><br>Configure this tool if you want to be notified by email
when access violations have occurred.</p> <p><b>Profile Modes</b><br>Use this
tool to change the way that AppArmor uses individual profiles.</p>"
-#~ msgstr "<p><b>AppArmor Status</b><br>This reports whether the AppArmor
policy enforcement module is loaded and functioning.</p> <p><b>Security Event
Notification</b><br>Configure this tool if you want to be notified by email
when access violations have occurred.</p> <p><b>Profile Modes</b><br>Use this
tool to change the way that AppArmor uses individual profiles.</p>"
-
-#~ msgid "Email address is too long. Please enter another address."
-#~ msgstr "Email address is too long. Please enter another address."
-
-#~ msgid "Error in email address format. Please use \"name@host\" format."
-#~ msgstr "Error in email address format. Please use \"name@host\" format."
-
-#~ msgid "&Yes"
-#~ msgstr "&Yes"
-
-#~ msgid "&No"
-#~ msgstr "&No"
-
-#~ msgid "&Okay"
-#~ msgstr "&Okay"
-
-#~ msgid "&Cancel"
-#~ msgstr "&Cancel"
-
-#~ msgid "&Finish"
-#~ msgstr "&Finish"
-
-#~ msgid "Password"
-#~ msgstr "Password"
-
-#~ msgid "&OK"
-#~ msgstr "&OK"
-
-#~ msgid "Back"
-#~ msgstr "Back"
-
-#~ msgid "&Save"
-#~ msgstr "&Save"
-
-#~ msgid "&Back"
-#~ msgstr "&Back"
-
-#~ msgid "&Accept"
-#~ msgstr "&Accept"
-
-#~ msgid "&Next"
-#~ msgstr "&Next"
-
-#~ msgid "&Delete"
-#~ msgstr "&Delete"
-
-#~ msgid "Add"
-#~ msgstr "Add"
-
-#~ msgid "Edit"
-#~ msgstr "Edit"
-
-#~ msgid "Delete"
-#~ msgstr "Delete"


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