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  1. #!/bin/ksh
  2. export clangcode="en" # clang-- current language
  3. export clang="English"
  4. export a1langcode="eo" # alang-- alia-1 (other) language
  5. export a1langurl="https://eo.libertybsd.net" # alang-- alia (other) language
  6. export a1lang="Esperanto"
  7. export a2langcode="es" # alang-- alia-2 (other) language
  8. export a2langurl="https://es.libertybsd.net" # alang-- alia (other) language
  9. export a2lang="Español"
  10. export site_hostname="https://en.libertybsd.net"
  11. export viewable_in_any_browser="Viewable in Any Browser"
  12. # NAVBAR
  13. ####################
  14. export download_name="Download"
  15. export download_url="download.html"
  16. export forum_name="Forum"
  17. export faq_name="FAQ"
  18. export faq_url="faq.html"
  19. export ports_name="Ports"
  20. export ports_url="ports"
  21. export art_name="Art"
  22. export art_header_url="art.html"
  23. export art_url="arts"
  24. export img_logo="LibertyBSD semi-logo"
  25. # METADATA
  26. ####################
  27. export meta_description='The unofficial, OpenBSD-based, completely
  28. free operating system.'
  29. export meta_keywords="bsd,lbsd,obsd,openbsd,libre,deblobbed,fsdg"
  30. # INDEX
  31. ####################
  32. export index_p1="OpenBSD is universally known as an operating system designed
  33. with security in mind, proudly being able to say that it has had \"Only two
  34. remote holes in the default install, in a heck of a long time!\" However,
  35. OpenBSD ships with several pieces of non-free, binary only firmware in the
  36. base system, and depending on the hardware detected, by default a script will
  37. download more at first boot, without informing the user of this. With a
  38. default installation, you might end up using some of this non-free firmware
  39. without even knowing it-- and, if you try to install additional software,
  40. you might end up unwittingly installing non-free programs."
  41. export index_p2="LibertyBSD is a \"deblobbed\" version of OpenBSD. You can
  42. get all of the benefits of OpenBSD, while being sure that there is nothing
  43. non-free lurking in the depths of your system."
  44. export index_xdm_pic="Screenshot of the xdm login screen"
  45. export index_x11_pic="Screenshot of a default X11 session, running xterm,
  46. xcalc, xeyes, and xclock"
  47. export index_lbsd_logo="LibertyBSD logo"
  48. # ART
  49. ####################
  50. export art_p1=" This page contains a collection of LibertyBSD art submitted
  51. by members of the LibertyBSD community. If you have some art that you would
  52. like to share, then just send me an email with the art and your preferred libre
  53. license, and I'll put it up here!"
  54. export art_estanislao_logotype="A star logo by
  55. [Estanislao Perez Rosso](https://diaspora.com.ar/people/eae2e5b0a8170133acd800145e5c073c)
  56. in a nice, sketchy aesthetic. Licensed under the
  57. [CC BY-SA 4.0](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/)."
  58. export art_spencerjung_flyingfish="Flying fish mascot for LibertyBSD! Created by
  59. [Spencer Jung](mailto:spencer.jung@riseup.net), under the
  60. [CC 1.0 Universal](https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode)."
  61. export art_spencerlao_starfish="[Spencer's flying fish mascot](#flyingfish)
  62. with [Estanislao's star](#star) on it."
  63. export art_anthk_logos="[anthk's](https://notabug.org/anthk) logo + alternate form.
  64. Lookin' nice, clean aesthetic!
  65. [CC 1.0 Universal](https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode)."
  66. export art_current_logos="Our current logos by
  67. [Estanislao](https://diaspora.com.ar/people/eae2e5b0a8170133acd800145e5c073c)!
  68. Mate, don't these just look great? 10/10, <3.
  69. [CC BY-SA 4.0](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/)."
  70. # FAQ
  71. ####################
  72. export faq_arch="Which architectures will you support?"
  73. export faq_arch_p1="In 5.9, amd64 and i386 are supported. In 5.6 and 5.8, only amd64 was supported."
  74. export faq_fsf="Is LibertyBSD a \"FSF-approved\" distro?"
  75. export faq_fsf_p1="No. We're trying to get it approved, though."
  76. export faq_security="What about security updates?"
  77. export faq_security_p1="Because LibertyBSD is extremely similar to OpenBSD, you should look at
  78. [OpenBSD's announcements](https://www.openbsd.org/security.html). Most of the problems
  79. described therein will apply to LibertyBSD, and can be fixed using the provided patches.
  80. If a vulnerability that applies to LibertyBSD, but not OpenBSD, is found, a notice will
  81. be provided on the LibertyBSD webpage."
  82. export faq_man="Where are the manpages?"
  83. export faq_man_p1="In 5.6, all of the manpages except those for xenocara were removed due to
  84. concerns over the FSF's guidelines for free system distributions. In 5.8+, we made an effort
  85. to keep most of the manpages. You shouldn't notice any missing."
  86. export faq_contact="How can I contact you?/I have a question that isn't answered here!"
  87. export faq_contact_p1="Make a post in the [forum](https://en.libertybsd.net/forum).
  88. Alternatively, if you prefer IRC, you can find us on #libertybsd on freenode. If that fails,
  89. try the [subreddit[(https://reddit.com/r/libertybsd). Finally, if that also fails,
  90. [send me an email](mailto:riley@openmailbox.org)."
  91. export faq_sauce="Where is the source code?"
  92. export faq_sauce_p1="You'll find it in 'src.tar.gz', 'sys.tar.gz', and 'xenocara.tar.gz'
  93. [here](https://ftp.libertybsd.net/pub/LibertyBSD). Other sources can be found
  94. [here](https://notabug.org/libertybsd/)."
  95. export faq_nonfree="Aha! I've found a non-free item in LibertyBSD!"
  96. export faq_nonfree_p1="Please, tell us immediately! File a bug-report
  97. [here](https://notabug.org/libertybsd/libertybsd-scripts/issues), and tell us
  98. on IRC at #libertybsd! Thanks. :)"
  99. export faq_mailing="I have a problem with LibertyBSD. Can I go to the OpenBSD mailing lists?"
  100. export faq_mailing_p1="No, mate. LibertyBSD and OpenBSD are two different projects; unless
  101. you can reproduce the bug in OpenBSD, please-please-please don't bother them! Bother
  102. us instead. :p"
  103. export faq_ports="What about the ports tree and package repositories?"
  104. export faq_ports_p1="As of LibertyBSD 5.9, the tree is deblobbed at release and there is
  105. an official package repository. The ports tree for 5.8 was deblobbed by Ali Abdul Ghani and
  106. Jade Levesque ('alimiracle' and 'jadedctrl' on the Trisquel forums).
  107. The ports tree for 5.6 was deblobbed by alimiracle. You can get it
  108. <a href='pub/LibertyBSD/5.6/ports/ports.tar.gz'>
  109. here</a>."
  110. # DOWNLOAD
  111. ####################
  112. export download_tbl_host="Host"
  113. export download_tbl_ver="Version"
  114. export download_tbl_type="Type"
  115. export download_tbl_proto="Protocol"
  116. export download_tbl_loc="Location"
  117. export download_type_full="Full"
  118. export download_type_install="Install-only"
  119. export donwload_type_pkg_inc="(Pkg incomplete)"
  120. export download_chiba_japan="Chiba, Japan"
  121. export download_united_states="United States"
  122. export download_texas_us="Texas, United States"
  123. export download_p1="Here are the current places you can download LibertyBSD:"
  124. export download_p2="If you want to install the latest version of LBSD (6.1) or any of its
  125. packages, you'll need to use <a href="https://ftp.libertybsd.net">libertybsd.net</a>."