The old bindconf package is replaced by the new system-config-bind
package. I have merged all existing translation into the new package and
added this to translate module. There are two ways to get the files from
a. do a fresh check out of "translate" module.
b. cd to your existing translate module, issue
rm -rf bindconf/
cvs co -d system-config-bind
Here's an error message coming up when trying to commit
system-config-bind from TortoiseCVS.
Does anyone know what the problem might be?
**** Access allowed: kissifro is in ACL for
Checking in system-config-bind/fr.po;
new revision: 1.6; previous revision: 1.5
cvs [server aborted]: could not open lock file
': Permission denied
Thanks for the response. I am familiar with using po files in general, but
as part of an installation process I think that there must be more involved.
Since the installer runs from a CD, the anaconda and associated POs and fonts
have to be burned onto the disk with the other setup files.
Or, can anaconda be safely run in a testing mode from a hard disk to evaluate
translations? What would the right invocation?
The "Essential Modules" for Amharic have reached the 100% translation
level. We would like to refine the translations before going further
onto translating other packages. This means testing the translations
with their running applications.
How is this done? I've searched around and find the question asked a
lot but no answers seem to be out there. Has anyone written a "HOWTO"
or some other helpful documentation? I'm willing to write one if not
but will need some guidance to get started. Any help appreciated.
I'm forwarding the following message to the list hoping that someone
will know what the problem is.
Philippe has followed the instructions on how to use TortoiseCVS in
Windows, but cannot connect to the server.
He gets the error message "host does not exist", although all ports are
Anyone has seen this problem before?
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: RE: Bienvenue
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 23:03:59 +0200
From: Philippe <philippe.villiers(a)wanadoo.fr>
To: 'Audrey Simons' <asimons(a)redhat.com>
En suivant les instructions je n'arrive pas à me connecter au serveur,
Tortoise CVS me dit "host does not exist"
Savez-vus d'où pourrait provenir le problème ? (tous les ports sont