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<span foreground="darkred">Warning</span>: If you choose not to install these drivers, or if you proceed but do not confirm the password upon reboot, Ubuntu will still be able to boot on your system but these third-party drivers will not be available for your hardware.
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Description
<span foreground="darkred">Warning</span>: If you choose not to install these drivers, or if you proceed but do not confirm the password upon reboot, Ubuntu will still be able to boot on your system but these third-party drivers will not be available for your hardware.
Translated and reviewed by Andi Chandler on 2016-02-17
Located in ../ubiquity.templates:310001
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SecureBoot key for MokPW
Type: password
Description
SecureBoot key for MokPW
Translated and reviewed by Andi Chandler on 2016-02-17
Located in ../ubiquity.templates:311001
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OEM mode (for manufacturers only)
Type: title
Description
Info message displayed when running in OEM mode
OEM mode (for manufacturers only)
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config-check.templates:2001
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Prepare for OEM configuration
Type: text
Description
Translators: OEM stands for "Original Equipment Manufacturer", used in
this case to describe an organisation that pre-installs the operating
system on hardware and then sells the result to end users. These strings
will typically only be displayed to OEMs themselves, so you don't have to
worry too much about clarity.
Prepare for OEM configuration
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config-udeb.templates:1001
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Preparing for OEM configuration...
Type: text
Description
finish-install progress bar item
Preparing for OEM configuration...
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config-udeb.templates:2001
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Ready for OEM configuration
Type: text
Description
Ready for OEM configuration
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config-udeb.templates:3001
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When you boot into the new system, you will be able to log in as the 'oem' user with the password you selected earlier; this user also has administrative privileges using 'sudo'. You will then be able to make any additional modifications you require to the system.
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Description
When you boot into the new system, you will be able to log in as the 'oem' user with the password you selected earlier; this user also has administrative privileges using 'sudo'. You will then be able to make any additional modifications you require to the system.
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config-udeb.templates:3001
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Once the system is configured to your satisfaction, run 'oem-config-prepare'. This will cause the system to delete the temporary 'oem' user and ask the end user various configuration questions the next time it boots.
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Description
Once the system is configured to your satisfaction, run 'oem-config-prepare'. This will cause the system to delete the temporary 'oem' user and ask the end user various configuration questions the next time it boots.
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config-udeb.templates:3001
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Removing packages
Type: text
Description
Removing packages
Translated and reviewed by Robert Readman on 2010-04-19
Located in ../oem-config.templates:3001
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Contributors to this translation: Alfredo Hernández, Andi Chandler, Anthony Harrington, Ben Isaacs, Derek Kaye, Dimitri John Ledkov, Isabell Long, James Thorrold, Michael, Micheal Harker, NeilGreenwood, Robert Readman, Tony Pursell, Vincent Palmer, xteejx.