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%s (child): failed to exec /bin/sh: %s
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%s (filho): falha ao executar /bin/sh: %s
Translated and reviewed by Mauricio Vieira on 2006-03-24
Located in lib/ifile.c:58
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%s: command (%s) failed (exit status %d)
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%s: comando (%s) falhou (status de saída %d)
Translated and reviewed by Mauricio Vieira on 2006-03-24
Located in lib/ifile.c:104
3.
%s: command (%s) was killed by signal %d
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%s: comando (%s) foi morto pelo sinal %d
Translated and reviewed by Mauricio Vieira on 2006-03-24
Located in lib/ifile.c:113
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%s: %s: cannot stat: %s
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%s: %s: não foi possível obter estatísticas: %s
Translated and reviewed by Neliton Pereira Jr. on 2013-03-11
Located in lib/ifile.c:131
5.
is a directory, skipping
é um diretório, ignorando
Translated and reviewed by Neliton Pereira Jr. on 2013-03-11
Located in lib/ifile.c:142
6.
is a block device, skipping
é um dispositivo de bloco, ignorando
Translated and reviewed by Neliton Pereira Jr. on 2013-03-11
Located in lib/ifile.c:143
7.
internal error
erro interno
Translated and reviewed by Mauricio Vieira on 2006-03-24
Located in lib/ifile.c:144
8.
is a socket, skipping
é um soquete, ignorando
Translated and reviewed by Neliton Pereira Jr. on 2013-03-11
Located in lib/ifile.c:145
9.
unknown file type, skipping
tipo de arquivo desconhecido, ignorando
Translated and reviewed by Neliton Pereira Jr. on 2013-03-11
Located in lib/ifile.c:146
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%s: using `%s' as pager
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%s: usando `%s' como paginador
Translated and reviewed by Mauricio Vieira on 2006-03-24
Located in lib/misc.c:37
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Contributors to this translation: André Gondim, Efraim Queiroz, Mauricio Vieira, Neliton Pereira Jr., NetHell.