Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 237118
Dutch translation mistake for integrity check
Last modified: 2009-05-18 16:27:44 EDT
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Description of problem:
There is a little translation error in the Dutch translation of RHEL WS 4.4.
When booting the system after a forced shutdown, it came up with a messages that
the system was shutdown not cleanly and that it could check the filesystem. The
in english you are asked to press Y and in Dutch you are asked to press J, but
it will only caught Y.
So I think the dutch sentence needs a little modification:
Het ziet er naar uit dat uw systeem niet correct werdt afgesloten.
Druk op J binnen 5 seconden voor een integriteitscontrole van het bestandssysteem.
The J in this sentence should be renamed to Y.
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