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Words1549
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master
100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 11.8% 2.0% Translate
Leap-15.2
100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.9% 4.4% 0.9% Translate
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Project website https://github.com/openSUSE/release-notes-openSUSE
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  • Translations can be made directly.
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  • Any authenticated user can contribute.
  • The translation uses bilingual files.
Translation license GFDL-1.3
Repository git@github.com:openSUSE/release-notes-openSUSE.git
Repository branch Leap_15.1 3d9e5ba, a month ago
Repository containing Weblate translations https://l10n.opensuse.org/git/release-notes-opensuse/leap-15_1/
Filemaskpo/*.po
Translation file po/de.po
When User Action Detail Object
2 months ago none Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
2 months ago SarahKriesch Suggestion accepted release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
Bevor Sie openSUSE auf einem System installieren, welches UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) zum Booten verwendet, sollten Sie unbedingt nach empfohlenen Firmwareaktualisierungen Ihres Hardwareherstellers suchen und diese, falls verfügbar, installieren. Eine Vorinstallation von Windows 8 ist oder aktueller ist ein starkes Indiz dafür, dass Ihr System UEFI nutzt.
4 months ago none Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
4 months ago SarahKriesch Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
<emphasis>Transaktionaler Server</emphasis> Bbenötigt Mmindestens 12 GB Festplattenplatz
4 months ago stfnknorr Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
4 months ago SarahKriesch Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
System-AktualisierungUpgrade
4 months ago SarahKriesch Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
Entferne ein Paket: <command>transactional-update pkg rm <replaceable>PACKAGEKET_NAME</replaceable></command>
4 months ago SarahKriesch Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
Installiere ein Paket: <command>transactional-update pkg in <replaceable>PACKAGEKET_NAME</replaceable></command>
4 months ago none Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
4 months ago SarahKriesch Suggestion accepted release-notes-openSUSE/Leap-15.1 - German
<emphasis>Hintergrund:</emphasis> Manche UEFI-Firmware habeinhaltet Fehler, die einen Abbruch verursachen, wenn zu viele Daten in dien UEFI-Speicherbereich geschrieben werden. Es gibt allerdings keine klaren Daten darüber, wie viel <quote>zu viel</quote> ist.
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Translated 100.0% 92 1549
Needs editing 0.0% 0
Failing check 1.1% 1

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Last change Sept. 14, 2020, 3:01 p.m.
Last author Vincent Schroeder

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