“Package Installer” only in English?

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  • #55119
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    Wallon

      Dear users,

      I ask you this because the window is in French but the tree is in English. In MX Linux, the tree is translated in French. I thought the resource in Transifex was common for Antix and MX Linux.
      Would you be so kind as to confirm that the tree is not translated into another language?

      Best regards,
      Walloon
      Antix 19.3 Full

      #55121
      Anonymous

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        I am confirming: in the antiX packageinstaller utility, the category tree is not translatable

        #55651
        Member
        marcelocripe

          Hi Wallon and skidoo,

          I missed this topic, I just found it …

          The “Package Installer” has no translation in the list of program categories, information and description for the Brazilian Portuguese language. However there are translations in the files
          http://www.transifex.com/anticapitalista/antix-development/translate/#pt_BR/packageinstaller_ents/135214518, this file translates the “Package Installer”, there are also translations for categories and descriptions. These texts could be used in antiX, I don’t know why they are not being used.

          marcelocripe
          (Original text in Brazilian Portuguese)

          ———-

          Olá Wallon e skidoo,

          Eu perdi este tópico, acabei de encontrá-lo …

          O “Package Installer”, não possui tradução na lista de categorias de programas, informação e descrição para o idioma Português do Brasil. Contudo existem as traduções no aquivos
          http://www.transifex.com/anticapitalista/antix-development/translate/#pt_BR/packageinstaller_ents/135214518, este arquivo traduz o “Package Installer”, exitem também as traduções para categories e descriptions. Estes textos poderiam estar sendo utilizados no antiX, eu não sei porque que não estão sendo aproveitados.

          marcelocripe
          (Texto original em idioma Português do Brasil)

          #55658
          Anonymous

            From terminal prompt, the following commandstring does display translated labels for me

            sudo LANG=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller

            so…
            when launched via menu (which consults the “Exec=su-to-root -X -c packageinstaller” string within the associated .desktop file) the locale is being ignored?

            marcelocripe, try the following and report the result (translations are successfully displayed or not?):
            sudo packageinstaller

            also:
            gksu packageinstaller

            #55659
            Member
            Robin

              the locale is being ignored?

              Yes. It’s completely ignored within the list-menu, in any column.

              @skidoo, I just tested this on a german (de_DE.UTF-8) localised antiX 17.4.1, and the same problem occurs. Nothing inside the big list-menu is translated, not only the category column which you stated to be untranslatable, but also the other columns are completely in English untranslated language, irrespective of the way the program is launched (sudo, gksudo in terminal, or from menu.)

              Even when starting it with other languages as fr_FR.UTF-8, pt_BR.UTF-8 or any other wouldn’t show anything except English.

              What always works as expected is the program itself, which comes up in any language selected.

              I also tried with
              LANGUAGE=fr_FR.UTF-8 /bin/bash
              and starting packagemanager in the new (french) bash instance. Same result.

              Maybe this is somehow similar to the strange thing we found in unplugdrive, whose .mo files delivered with antiX are ignored in any language completely.

              Windows is like a submarine. Open a window and serious problems will start.

              #55662
              Anonymous

                asking again for this to be tested:

                from commandline, try the following and report the result (translations are successfully displayed or not?):

                sudo packageinstaller

                gksu packageinstaller

                #55663
                Member
                Robin

                  As I already stated above: No, the expected translations don’t show up.
                  As I also stated above: This behaviour is irrespective of the way packagemanager is launched, which includes to start it the ways you asked.

                  P.S.: The strings in question are present on transifex and completely translated, as Marcelo pointed out some posts above.

                  • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Robin. Reason: p.s
                  • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Robin.
                  • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Robin.

                  Windows is like a submarine. Open a window and serious problems will start.

                  #55670
                  Anonymous

                    Too often I pedantically stumble in the absence of an exact/precise description.

                    > The strings in question are present on transifex
                    What matters is whether they are installed and loadable by the application at runtime.
                    Across recent forum topics, we determined that they are present and that we can “trick/coax” the app into loading them.

                    Here is a newly minted, updated version of the packageinstaller.
                    Before sending a merge request to anticapitalista, I’ll wait for testers to report whether it, too, ignores locale:
                    http://gitlab.com/skidoo/packageinstaller/-/blob/master/packageinstaller_21.3.03~ski_amd64.deb

                    #55672
                    Member
                    marcelocripe

                      Hi Skidoo,

                      I thank you for teaching me these commands.

                      The results of the commands and the respective screenshots are after my original text in Brazilian Portuguese language, thus decreasing the amount of repeated text and external URLs.

                      The texts that are being displayed in Brazilian Portuguese language in the images of the “Package Installer”, are the texts of my edition of 4 months ago contained in the URL of the transifex that I informed in my previous message, to be able to access the URL it is necessary to have register on the site. The transifex file “packageinstaller-categories” has 34 items and the transifex file “packageinstaller-descriptions” has 363 items, my edits are 4 to 5 months ago in these two files.

                      Grateful.

                      marcelocripe
                      (Original text in Brazilian Portuguese)

                      ———-

                      Olá Skidoo,

                      Eu agradeço por me ensinar estes comandos.

                      Os resultados dos comandos e as respectivas capturas de tela estão após o meu texto original em idioma Português do Brasil, assim diminui a quantidade de texto repetido e de URL externas.

                      Os textos que estão sendo exibidos em idioma Português do Brasil nas imagens do “Package Installer”, são os textos da minha edição de 4 meses atrás contidas na URL do transifex que eu informei na minha mensagem anterior, para poder acessar a URL é preciso ter o cadastro no site. O arquivo do transifex “packageinstaller-categories” possui 34 itens e o arquivo do transifex “packageinstaller-descriptions” possui 363 itens, as minhas edições são de 4 a 5 meses atrás nestes dois arquivos.

                      Grato.

                      marcelocripe
                      (Texto original em idioma Português do Brasil)

                      antix1@antix1:~
                      $ sudo LANG=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                      [sudo] senha para antix1:
                      QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                      running cmd: “arch”
                      running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                      running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                      running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                      cleanup code
                      terminate cmd called
                      removing lock
                      antix1@antix1:~
                      $

                      http://ibb.co/NTJQ9dK

                      antix1@antix1:~
                      $ sudo packageinstaller
                      QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                      running cmd: “arch”
                      running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                      running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                      running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                      cleanup code
                      terminate cmd called
                      removing lock
                      antix1@antix1:~

                      http://ibb.co/rtk63wB

                      antix1@antix1:~
                      $ gksu packageinstaller
                      antix1@antix1:~

                      http://ibb.co/f1ZdYQk

                      #55673
                      Member
                      Robin

                        Is “LANGUAGE” a valid shell environment variable name?

                        As long as gettext is involved LANGUAGE is a valid environment variable:
                        http://www.gnu.org/software/gettext/manual/html_node/The-LANGUAGE-variable.html#The-LANGUAGE-variable
                        The main difference in effect of using LANGUAGE instead of LANG here is, that all the other locale settings (as format of date, seperators, phonesettings etc.) will stay untouched, whereas the translated LC_MESSAGES of the selected language will be used.

                        You might test it yourself:

                        $ LANG=fr_FR.UTF-8 /bin/bash
                        $ locale
                        LANG=fr_FR.UTF-8
                        LANGUAGE=
                        LC_CTYPE="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_NUMERIC="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_TIME="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_COLLATE="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_MONETARY="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_MESSAGES="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_PAPER="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_NAME="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_ADDRESS="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_TELEPHONE="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_MEASUREMENT="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_IDENTIFICATION="fr_FR.UTF-8"
                        LC_ALL=
                        $ env | grep LANG
                        LANG=fr_FR.UTF-8
                        

                        Starting any program from command line, it’ll show up in french, respecting all the french country specific settings also. And now:

                        $ LANGUAGE=fr_FR.UTF-8 /bin/bash
                        $ locale
                        LANG=de_DE.UTF-8
                        LANGUAGE=fr_FR.UTF-8   <-----
                        LC_CTYPE="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_NUMERIC="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_TIME="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_COLLATE="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_MONETARY="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_MESSAGES="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_PAPER="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_NAME="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_ADDRESS="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_TELEPHONE="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_MEASUREMENT="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_IDENTIFICATION="de_DE.UTF-8"
                        LC_ALL=
                        $ env | grep LANG
                        LANG=de_DE.UTF-8
                        LANGUAGE=fr_FR.UTF-8  <------!!!
                        

                        LANGUAGE has preference over LANG and LC_ALL settings, so it overides the Language setting in the second example for all translations, but not for any other local settings.
                        You can start any program now from this commandline, it’ll show up in french (or any other language) also, but using any local conventions from the LC_xyz settings listed by locale command.

                        No, it is not. So (of course) that had no effect.

                        Verify and test this yourself, please.

                        For me it has effect, packageinstaller comes up in the correct chosen language, but the strings in question (and only these) stay untranslated, in any language.

                        But this was an additional test only, the complete list of commands I had systematically tried was:

                        sudo packageinstaller (will use german here)
                        gksu packageinstaller (will use german here)
                        gksudo packageinstaller (will use german here)
                        sudo LANG=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        sudo LANG=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        sudo LANG=”ru_RU.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        … some more languages
                        gksu LANG=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksu LANG=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksu LANG=”ru_RU.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        … some more languages
                        gksudo LANG=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksudo LANG=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksudo LANG=”ru_RU.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        … some more languages
                        sudo LANGUAGE=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        sudo LANGUAGE=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        sudo LANGUAGE=”ru_RU.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        … some more languages
                        gksu LANGUAGE=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksu LANGUAGE=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksu LANGUAGE=”ru_RU.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        … some more languages
                        gksudo LANGUAGE=”pt_BR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksudo LANGUAGE=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        gksudo LANGUAGE=”ru_RU.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                        … some more languages

                        whether it, too, ignores locale:

                        Well, as I clearly stated: the program on the whole does respect locale. Only translations for some strings are ignored completely.

                        Sorry, it seems your new .deb for packageinstaller is for 64 bit only, so I can’t test it, I don’t have any 64 bit equipment. Somebody else will have to step in.

                        • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Robin. Reason: typo
                        • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Robin.

                        Windows is like a submarine. Open a window and serious problems will start.

                        #55682
                        Anonymous

                          Verify and test this yourself, please.

                          As a monoglot, I will defer to your expertise. I have redacted that apparent bit of misinformation.

                          Somebody else will have to step in.

                          Aye.

                          #55701
                          Member
                          Xecure

                            Here is a newly minted, updated version of the packageinstaller.
                            Before sending a merge request to anticapitalista, I’ll wait for testers to report whether it, too, ignores locale:
                            http://gitlab.com/skidoo/packageinstaller/-/blob/master/packageinstaller_21.3.03~ski_amd64.deb

                            I have tested it and most categories are translated correctly using skidoo’s version. (Programs name and description are NOT translated, as translations should be included in packageinstaller-pkglist, inside every .pm file that contains the information for each program, including name and description).
                            Unfortunately, this version packaged by skidoo is for MX linux, and not so much for antiX. It requires aptitude, and another library package not used by the antiX packageinstaller, and has more options available for it, (like listing all packages from the “stable” repos). I like these features, but I think they must have been removed for a reason (so not going to argue).
                            You can see this by the version (MX’ package installer is version 21.3, and antiX’ packageinstaller is version 0.2.6

                            So, maybe there is something we can do to the original packageinstaller code for antiX Linux to add the Category translations.

                            Thanks for the package build, skidoo. I may switch to it myself.

                            antiX Live system enthusiast.
                            General Live Boot Parameters for antiX.

                            #55707
                            Member
                            marcelocripe

                              Robin,

                              I thank you for teaching me these commands. I was able to see the texts that are translated into pt-BR in the same languages ​​as the commands I applied in the terminal:

                              antix1 @ antix1: ~
                              $ sudo LANG = “fr_FR.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat / etc / debian_version | cut -f1 -d ‘.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller | awk ‘NR == 6 {print $ 3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1 @ antix1: ~
                              $ sudo LANG = “es_ES.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat / etc / debian_version | cut -f1 -d ‘.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller | awk ‘NR == 6 {print $ 3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
                              libGL error: failed to open drm device: Permission denied
                              libGL error: failed to load driver: i915
                              qt.qpa.xcb: QXcbConnection: XCB error: 3 (BadWindow), sequence: 815, resource id: 8446496, major code: 40 (TranslateCoords), minor code: 0
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1 @ antix1: ~
                              $ sudo LANG = “fr_FR.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat / etc / debian_version | cut -f1 -d ‘.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller | awk ‘NR == 6 {print $ 3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1 @ antix1: ~
                              $ sudo LANG = “it_IT.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat / etc / debian_version | cut -f1 -d ‘.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller | awk ‘NR == 6 {print $ 3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1 @ antix1: ~
                              $ sudo LANG = “ru_RU.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat / etc / debian_version | cut -f1 -d ‘.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller | awk ‘NR == 6 {print $ 3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1 @ antix1: ~

                              In all tests of the commands above, there is no translation in the area questioned by Wallon, all texts remain in English.

                              Another detail, its “aCMSTS-037a” program cannot display the “Package Installer” in the list of programs, however it does manage to list programs like Gimp and others that are not developed by antiX developers.

                              Addressing this issue is extremely important for the growth of antiX and greater understanding by all users in several different countries.

                              marcelocripe

                              (Original text in Brazilian Portuguese)

                              ———-

                              Robin,

                              Eu agradeço por me ensinar estes comandos. Eu consegui ver os textos que são traduzidos em pt-BR nos mesmos idiomas dos comandos que apliquei no terminal:

                              antix1@antix1:~
                              $ sudo LANG=”fr_FR.UTF-8″ packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1″
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1@antix1:~
                              $ sudo LANG=”es_ES.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1″
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                              libGL error: failed to open drm device: Permission denied
                              libGL error: failed to load driver: i915
                              qt.qpa.xcb: QXcbConnection: XCB error: 3 (BadWindow), sequence: 815, resource id: 8446496, major code: 40 (TranslateCoords), minor code: 0
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1@antix1:~
                              $ sudo LANG=”fr_FR.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1″
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1@antix1:~
                              $ sudo LANG=”it_IT.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1″
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1@antix1:~
                              $ sudo LANG=”ru_RU.UTF-8” packageinstaller
                              QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/tmp/runtime-root’
                              running cmd: “arch”
                              running cmd: “cat /etc/debian_version | cut -f1 -d’.'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg -l packageinstaller| awk ‘NR==6 {print $3}'”
                              running cmd: “dpkg –get-selections | grep -v deinstall | cut -f1”
                              cleanup code
                              terminate cmd called
                              removing lock
                              antix1@antix1:~

                              Em todos os testes dos comandos acima, não possui tradução na área questionada pelo Wallon, todos os textos permanecem em idioma inglês.

                              Outro detalhe, o seu programa “aCMSTS-037a” não consegue exibir na lista de programas o “Package Installer”, contudo ele consegue listar programas como Gimp e outros que não são desenvolvidos pelos desenvolvedores do antiX

                              Tratarmos deste assunto é algo extremamente importante para o crescimento do antiX e a maior compreensão por todos os usuários de vários países diferentes.

                              marcelocripe
                              (Texto original em idioma Português do Brasil)

                              #55710
                              Forum Admin
                              anticapitalista

                                Package Installer tree is English only.

                                Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

                                antiX with runit - leaner and meaner.

                                #55708
                                Member
                                marcelocripe

                                  Skiddo,

                                  As a monoglot, I will defer to your expertise. I have redacted that apparent bit of misinformation.

                                  You know that I am also a monoglot and that we are still overcoming the difficulties of communication between two monoglots.

                                  You and Robin have technical knowledge about antiX that I don’t have. You also know that I am learning from everyone here on the forum … I thank you for your teachings and for all your patience in communicating with me.

                                  I endeavor to write in as much detail as possible, even when the information appears to be redundant or may be implied. Internet translators are unable to do all the work, I need to understand the translation of the words and then build the meaning of the sentence in my language, sometimes I can understand the texts and other times I cannot. Therefore, I ask you to write your language in the most cultured way possible, without abbreviations so that I can try to understand you better. I hope that you will be able to understand my words translated by the translator well and that you will also understand that my intention is that we can communicate better each day.

                                  I downloaded the package “packageinstaller_21.3.03 ~ ski_amd64.deb”
                                  http://gitlab.com/skidoo/packageinstaller/-/blob/master/packageinstaller_21.3.03~ski_amd64.deb

                                  antix1 @ antix1: ~ / Downloads
                                  $ sudo dpkg -i packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb
                                  (Reading database ... 186443 files and directories currently installed.)
                                  Preparing to unpack packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb ...
                                  Unzipping packageinstaller (21.3.03 ~ ski) on (0.2.6) ...
                                  dpkg: dependency problems prevent packageinstaller configuration:
                                   packageinstaller depends on aptitude; although:
                                    Aptitude package is not installed.
                                  dpkg: error while processing the packageinstaller package (--install):
                                   dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
                                  Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils (0.23-4) ...
                                  Processing triggers for mime-support (3.62) ...
                                  Processing triggers for hicolor-icon-theme (0.17-2) ...
                                  Errors were encountered while processing:
                                   packageinstaller
                                  antix1 @ antix1: ~ / Downloads

                                  As the information is displayed almost all in “pt” or “pt-BR”, I was able to understand the need for “aptitude”. Using Synapitc, I installed the “aptitude” package with its dependencies. It was possible to install the package “packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb”.

                                  antix1 @ antix1: ~ / Downloads
                                  $ sudo dpkg -i packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb
                                  (Reading database ... 186678 files and directories currently installed.)
                                  Preparing to unpack packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb ...
                                  Unzipping packageinstaller (21.3.03 ~ ski) on (21.3.03 ~ ski) ...
                                  Configuring packageinstaller (21.3.03 ~ ski) ...
                                  Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils (0.23-4) ...
                                  Processing triggers for mime-support (3.62) ...
                                  Processing triggers for hicolor-icon-theme (0.17-2) ...
                                  antix1 @ antix1: ~ / Downloads

                                  I was able to capture the screens of the new version of the “Package Installer”, unfortunately it crashed during the installation process of the Firefox localization package and so I was unable to capture the completion screen of the installation process. Almost all phrases and words are translated, the text displayed is in the language “pt” and mixed in the language “pt-BR”. I believe that it will be necessary to search for updated texts on the transifex website to correct this.

                                  http://ibb.co/NrB9z1x
                                  http://ibb.co/4KsX5qd
                                  http://ibb.co/7xDbJHr
                                  http://ibb.co/9gvq2f5
                                  http://ibb.co/rZgcDSG
                                  http://ibb.co/tm57mJ8
                                  http://ibb.co/SJNty6N

                                  marcelocripe
                                  (Original text in Brazilian Portuguese)

                                  ———-

                                  Skiddo,

                                  As a monoglot, I will defer to your expertise. I have redacted that apparent bit of misinformation.

                                  Você sabe que eu também sou um monoglota e que mesmo assim estamos superando as dificuldades de comunicação entre dois monoglotas.

                                  Você e o Robin possuem conhecimentos técnicos sobre o antiX que eu não possuo. Você sabe também que estou aprendendo com todas as pessoas daqui do fórum … Eu agradeço a você por seus ensinamentos e por toda a sua paciência em se comunicar comigo.

                                  Eu me esforço para escrever com máximo de detalhes possíveis, mesmo quando a informação parece ser redundante ou que possa ser subentendida. Os tradutores da internet não conseguem fazer todo o trabalho, eu preciso compreender a tradução das palavras para depois construir o sentido da frase em meu idioma, às vezes eu consigo compreender os textos e outras vezes não. Diante disso, eu peço a você que escreva o seu idioma da forma mais culta possível, sem abreviações para que eu possa tentar compreender melhor você. Eu espero que você consiga compreender bem as minhas palavras traduzidas pelo tradutor e que compreenda ainda que a minha intenção é que possamos nos comunicar cada dia melhor.

                                  Eu baixei o pacote “packageinstaller_21.3.03~ski_amd64.deb”
                                  http://gitlab.com/skidoo/packageinstaller/-/blob/master/packageinstaller_21.3.03~ski_amd64.deb

                                  antix1@antix1:~/Downloads
                                  $ sudo dpkg -i packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb
                                  (Lendo banco de dados ... 186443 ficheiros e directórios actualmente instalados.)
                                  A preparar para desempacotar packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb ...
                                  A descompactar packageinstaller (21.3.03~ski) sobre (0.2.6) ...
                                  dpkg: problemas com dependências impedem a configuração de packageinstaller:
                                   packageinstaller depende de aptitude; porém:
                                    Pacote aptitude não está instalado.
                                  dpkg: erro ao processar o pacote packageinstaller (--install):
                                   problemas de dependência - deixando desconfigurado
                                  A processar 'triggers' para desktop-file-utils (0.23-4) ...
                                  A processar 'triggers' para mime-support (3.62) ...
                                  A processar 'triggers' para hicolor-icon-theme (0.17-2) ...
                                  Erros foram encontrados durante o processamento de:
                                   packageinstaller
                                  antix1@antix1:~/Downloads

                                  Como as informações são exibidas quase todas em “pt” ou “pt-BR”, eu consegui entender a necessidade do “aptitude”. Utilizando o Synapitc, instalei o pacote “aptitude” com as suas dependências. Foi possível instalar o pacote “packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb”.

                                  antix1@antix1:~/Downloads
                                  $ sudo dpkg -i packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb
                                  (Lendo banco de dados ... 186678 ficheiros e directórios actualmente instalados.)
                                  A preparar para desempacotar packageinstaller_21.3.03_ski_amd64.deb ...
                                  A descompactar packageinstaller (21.3.03~ski) sobre (21.3.03~ski) ...
                                  Configurando packageinstaller (21.3.03~ski) ...
                                  A processar 'triggers' para desktop-file-utils (0.23-4) ...
                                  A processar 'triggers' para mime-support (3.62) ...
                                  A processar 'triggers' para hicolor-icon-theme (0.17-2) ...
                                  antix1@antix1:~/Downloads

                                  Eu consegui capturar as telas da nova versão do “Package Installer”, infelizmente ele travou durante o processo de instalação do pacote de localização do Firefox e por isso eu não consegui capturar a tela de conclusão do processo de instalação. Quase todas as frases e palavras estão traduzidas, os texto exibidos estão em idioma “pt” e misturados em idioma “pt-BR”. Eu acredito que será preciso buscar os textos atualizados no site transifex para corrigir isso.

                                  http://ibb.co/NrB9z1x
                                  http://ibb.co/4KsX5qd
                                  http://ibb.co/7xDbJHr
                                  http://ibb.co/9gvq2f5
                                  http://ibb.co/rZgcDSG
                                  http://ibb.co/tm57mJ8
                                  http://ibb.co/SJNty6N 

                                  marcelocripe
                                  (Texto original em idioma Português do Brasil)

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