MDL-22059 Installer strings exported from AMOS
[moodle.git] / install / lang / en / install.php
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1<?php
2
3// This file is part of Moodle - http://moodle.org/
4//
5// Moodle is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
6// it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
7// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
8// (at your option) any later version.
9//
10// Moodle is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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12// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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14//
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16// along with Moodle. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
17
18/**
19 * Automatically generated strings for Moodle installer
20 *
21 * Do not edit this file manually! It contains just a subset of strings
22 * needed during the very first steps of installation. This file was
23 * generated automatically by export-installer.php (which is part of AMOS
24 * {@link http://docs.moodle.org/en/Development:Languages/AMOS}) using the
25 * list of strings defined in /install/stringnames.txt.
26 *
27 * @package installer
28 * @license http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html GNU GPL v3 or later
29 */
30
31$string['admindirname'] = 'Admin Directory';
32$string['availablelangs'] = 'List of available languages';
33$string['dataroot'] = 'Data Directory';
34$string['dirroot'] = 'Moodle Directory';
35$string['environmentsub2'] = 'Each Moodle release has some minimum PHP version requirement and a number of mandatory PHP extensions.
36Full environment check is done before each install and upgrade. Please contact server administrator if you do not know how to install new version or enable PHP extensions.';
37$string['errorsinenvironment'] = 'Environment check failed!';
38$string['chooselanguagehead'] = 'Choose a language';
39$string['chooselanguagesub'] = 'Please choose a language for the installation. This language will also be used as the default language for the site, though it may be changed later.';
40$string['installation'] = 'Installation';
41$string['langdownloaderror'] = 'Unfortunately the language "{$a}" could not be downloaded. The installation process will continue in English.';
42$string['memorylimithelp'] = '<p>The PHP memory limit for your server is currently set to {$a}.</p>
43
44<p>This may cause Moodle to have memory problems later on, especially
45 if you have a lot of modules enabled and/or a lot of users.</p>
46
47<p>We recommend that you configure PHP with a higher limit if possible, like 40M.
48 There are several ways of doing this that you can try:</p>
49<ol>
50<li>If you are able to, recompile PHP with <i>--enable-memory-limit</i>.
51 This will allow Moodle to set the memory limit itself.</li>
52<li>If you have access to your php.ini file, you can change the <b>memory_limit</b>
53 setting in there to something like 40M. If you don\'t have access you might
54 be able to ask your administrator to do this for you.</li>
55<li>On some PHP servers you can create a .htaccess file in the Moodle directory
56 containing this line:
57 <blockquote><div>php_value memory_limit 40M</div></blockquote>
58 <p>However, on some servers this will prevent <b>all</b> PHP pages from working
59 (you will see errors when you look at pages) so you\'ll have to remove the .htaccess file.</p></li>
60</ol>';
61$string['paths'] = 'Paths';
62$string['pathserrcreatedataroot'] = 'Data Directory ({$a->dataroot}) cannot be created by the installer.';
63$string['pathshead'] = 'Confirm paths';
64$string['pathsrodataroot'] = 'Dataroot directory is not writable.';
65$string['pathsroparentdataroot'] = 'Parent directory ({$a->parent}) is not writeable. Data Directory ({$a->dataroot}) cannot be created by the installer.';
66$string['pathssubadmindir'] = 'A very few webhosts use /admin as a special URL for you to access a
67control panel or something. Unfortunately this conflicts with the standard location for the Moodle admin pages. You can fix this by
68renaming the admin directory in your installation, and putting that new name here. For example: <em>moodleadmin</em>. This will fix admin links in Moodle.';
69$string['pathssubdataroot'] = 'You need a place where Moodle can save uploaded files. This directory should be readable AND WRITEABLE by the web server user
70(usually \'nobody\' or \'apache\'), but it must not be accessible directly via the web. The installer will try to create it if doesn\'t exist.';
71$string['pathssubdirroot'] = 'Full directory path to moodle installation. Change only if you need to use symbolic links.';
72$string['pathssubwwwroot'] = 'Full web address where moodle will be accessed.
73It\'s not possible to access Moodle using multiple addresses.
74If your site has multiple public addresses you must setup permanent redirects on all of them except this one.
75If your site is accessible both from intranet and Internet use the public address here and setup DNS so that the inranet users may use the public adress too.';
76$string['pathsunsecuredataroot'] = 'Dataroot location is not secure';
77$string['pathswrongadmindir'] = 'Admin directory does not exist';
78$string['pathswrongdirroot'] = 'Incorrect dirroot localtion';
79$string['phpextension'] = '{$a} PHP extension';
80$string['phpversion'] = 'PHP version';
81$string['phpversionhelp'] = '<p>Moodle requires a PHP version of at least 4.3.0 or 5.1.0 (5.0.x has a number of known problems).</p>
82<p>You are currently running version {$a}</p>
83<p>You must upgrade PHP or move to a host with a newer version of PHP!<br />
84(In case of 5.0.x you could also downgrade to 4.4.x version)</p>';
85$string['welcomep10'] = '{$a->installername} ({$a->installerversion})';
86$string['welcomep20'] = 'You are seeing this page because you have successfully installed and
87 launched the <strong>{$a->packname} {$a->packversion}</strong> package in your computer. Congratulations!';
88$string['welcomep30'] = 'This release of the <strong>{$a->installername}</strong> includes the applications
89 to create an environment in which <strong>Moodle</strong> will operate, namely:';
90$string['welcomep40'] = 'The package also includes <strong>Moodle {$a->moodlerelease} ({$a->moodleversion})</strong>.';
91$string['welcomep50'] = 'The use of all the applications in this package is governed by their respective
92 licences. The complete <strong>{$a->installername}</strong> package is
93 <a href="http://www.opensource.org/docs/definition_plain.html">open source</a> and is distributed
94 under the <a href="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html">GPL</a> license.';
95$string['welcomep60'] = 'The following pages will lead you through some easy to follow steps to
96 configure and set up <strong>Moodle</strong> on your computer. You may accept the default
97 settings or, optionally, amend them to suit your own needs.';
98$string['welcomep70'] = 'Click the "Next" button below to continue with the set up of <strong>Moodle</strong>.';
99$string['wwwroot'] = 'Web address';