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It makes nearly no sense to translate master branch of relelase-notes-openSUSE. Lastest product branch is more useful.

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Project website https://github.com/openSUSE/release-notes-openSUSE
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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 master 4158416, 4 days ago
Repository containing Weblate translations https://l10n.opensuse.org/git/release-notes-opensuse/master/
Filemaskpo/*.po
Translation file po/de.po
When User Action Detail Object
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
Ersetzen Sie <replaceable>DATEINAME</replaceable> durch den Namen des gewünschten RPM Paketes.
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
Bedauerlicherweise bietet das Unit-File-Dateiformat von <systemitem>systemd</systemitem> keine Lösung für dieses <literal>restart</literal>-Szenario.
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
<command>systemctl reload apparmor</command> lud alle AppArmor-Profile korrekt neu. (Dieses Kommando war und bleibt die bevorzugte Variante, um AppArmor-Profile neu zu laden.)
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
Alternativ verwenden Sie eine IBus-Eingabemethode, die Ihnen erlaubt, die von Ihnen benötigten Zeichen ohne Compose-Taste einzugeben.
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
Verwenden Sie Ihr Tastatur-Konfigurationstool vom Desktop oder das kommandozeilen-basierte Tool <command>setxkbmap</command>, um eine benutzerspezifische Compose-Tastenkombination zu definieren:
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
Löschen Sie die Zeichen <literal>!</literal> am Anfang der Zeilen, um Beispielcode zu entkommentieren.
Trotzdem sollten Sie beachten, dass das Setup von <filename>Xmodmap</filename> überschrieben wird, wenn Sie <command>setxkbmap</command> verwenden.
9 months ago none Suggestion added release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
Zusammen mit der EFI/UEFI-Spezifikation kam eine neue Art der Partitionierung auf: GPT (GUID Partition Table). Dieses neue Schema nutzt global eindeutige Bezeichner (128-Bit-Werte, dargestellt als eine Folge von 32 hexadezimalen Ziffern), um Geräte und Partitionstypen zu identifizieren.
10 months ago none Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
10 months ago SarahKriesch Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/master - German
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