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Date:  Tue, 29 Apr 2008 23:31:55 +0200
From:  Martin Falkner <chef (at mark) falkner-technik.at>
Subject:  [coba-e:12707] Re: german translation
To:  coba-e (at mark) bluequartz.org
Message-Id:  <481793CB.5030001 (at mark) falkner-technik.at>
In-Reply-To:  <200804291750.52082.bq (at mark) solarspeed.net>
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hi michael,

thanks for the help - it works great!
one question else: when is the language update about ready to update by yum?

best regards
martin falkner

Michael Stauber schrieb:
> Hi Martin,
>
>   
>> i have seen on http://bluequartzmirror.smd.net:8080/ that the german
>> translation is to 98% finised, my question is now:
>>     
>
> Yeah, it's actually finished and has already been published to the BlueQuartz 
> SVN. Same for the Danish translation.
>
>   
>> how can i use the translation? - where can i download the .po or .mo files
>> that i can upload them on my bluequartzservers?
>>     
>
> It'll be made available (along with other updates) through yum "soon" (TM).
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> PLEASE NOTE: People who don't need the German or Danish translation of the 
> BlueQuartz GUI like 'right now' should ignore the message below:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> If you're in a hurry and want the German and Danish translation before it's 
> officially released through YUM, you can use a tarball with the updated RPM's 
> that I rolled up recently.
>
> Download the tarball to your BlueQuartz:
>
> http://d2.smd.net/tgz/BlueQuartz-5100R-CentOS4-i386-20080331.tar.gz
>
> Extract it into a temporary directory. Inside the directory that it then 
> creates you'll find two scripts: "install.sh" and "update.sh".
>
> On an existing BlueQuartz install then run the "update.sh" script:
>
> ./update.sh
>
> That will perform an upgrade of BlueQuartz. 
>
> Don't use the "install.sh", which would be for a fresh install on a "naked" 
> CentOS4.
>
> Once you have used this "unofficial" tarball to update your BlueQuartz you can 
> still continue to use "yum" to update your server. Once the official 
> BlueQuartz YUM repository has managed to catch up your install will be in 
> line with the official build again.
>
>