svn commit: r40309 - translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq

Rene Ladan rene at
Sat Dec 8 23:51:04 UTC 2012

Author: rene
Date: Sat Dec  8 23:51:04 2012
New Revision: 40309

  Merge up to r40307


Modified: translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml
--- translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml	Sat Dec  8 22:47:14 2012	(r40308)
+++ translations/nl_NL.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml	Sat Dec  8 23:51:04 2012	(r40309)
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
 	%SOURCE%  en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/book.xml
-	%SRCID%	  40272
+	%SRCID%	  40307
 <!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD DocBook XML V4.2-Based Extension//EN"
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@
 	  url="&url.books.faq.en;">&os; Web server</ulink>.
 	Het kan ook gedownload worden als één groot
 	<ulink url="book.html">HTML</ulink> bestand door middel van
-	HTTP, of als gewone tekst, &postscript;, PDF, etc. vanaf de
+	HTTP, of als een verscheidenheid aan andere formaten van de
 	<ulink url="">&os; FTP
 	  server</ulink>.  Ook is er de mogelijkheid om de
 	FAQ te <ulink
@@ -1315,8 +1315,13 @@
-	  <para>Installatie instructies kunnen gevonden worden in de
-	    <ulink url="&url.books.handbook;/install.html">Handbooksectie over het installeren van &os;</ulink>.</para>
+	  <para>Installatie-instructies voor versies sindes &os; 9.0 kunnen
+	    gevonden worden in de <ulink
+	      url="&url.books.handbook;/bsdinstall.html">Handbooksectie over het
+	      installeren van &os;</ulink>.  Oudere instructies kunnen gevonden
+	    worden in de <ulink
+	      url="&url.books.handbook;/install.html">verouderde sectie over het
+	      installeren van &os;</ulink>.</para>
@@ -1336,7 +1341,8 @@
 	<question id="custom-boot-floppy">
-	  <para>Hoe kan ik mijn eigen installatieschijf maken?</para>
+	  <para>Hoe kan ik mijn eigen uitgave- of installatieschijf
+	    maken?</para>
@@ -1375,8 +1381,8 @@
-	      <para>In DOS, ga naar de <filename
-		  role="directory">tools</filename> directory van de
+	      <para>Ga in DOS naar de map <filename
+		  role="directory">tools</filename> van de
 		&os; distributie, en zoek naar
 		<filename>bootinst.exe</filename>.  Deze moet als
 		volgend gestart worden:</para>
@@ -2322,13 +2328,14 @@
-	    <para>Once you get the mouse daemon running (see the <link
-		linkend="moused">previous section</link>), hold down the
-	      button 1 (left button) and move the mouse to select a region
-	      of text.  Then, press the button 2 (middle button) to paste
-	      it at the text cursor.  Pressing button 3 (right button)
-	      will <quote>extend</quote> the selected region of
-	      text.</para>
+	    <para>Het is niet mogelijk om gegevens met de muis te verwijderen.
+	      Het is echter wel mogelijk om te <quote>knippen en
+		plakken</quote>.  Houdt, als de muis-daemon draait (zie de <link
+		linkend="moused">vorige vraag</link>), knop 1 (linkerknop) naar
+	      beneden en verplaats de muis naar een tekstgebied.  Druk dan op
+	      knop 2 (middenknop) om het op de tekstcursor te plakken.  Door op
+	      knop 3 (rechterknop) te drukken wordt het geselecteerde
+	      tekstgebied <quote>uitgebreid</quote>.</para>
 	    <para>If your mouse does not have a middle button, you may
 	      wish to emulate one or remap buttons using mouse daemon
@@ -2513,17 +2520,9 @@ bindkey ^[[3~ delete-char # for xterm</p
-	    <para>&os; supports <acronym>APM</acronym> on certain
-	      machines.  Further information can be found in
-	      &man.apm.4;.</para>
-	    <para>&os; also supports the <acronym>ACPI</acronym>
-	      features found in most modern hardware.  Further
-	      information can be found in &man.acpi.4;.  If a system
-	      supports both <acronym>APM</acronym> and
-	      <acronym>ACPI</acronym>, either can be used.  We suggest
-	      you try both and choose the one that best fits your
-	      needs.</para>
+	    <para>&os; ondersteunt de mogelijkheden van <acronym>ACPI</acronym>
+	      die in moderne hardware aanwezig zijn.  Meer informatie is te
+	      vinden in &man.acpi.4;.</para>
@@ -2797,58 +2796,6 @@ quit</programlisting>
-	<question id="screen-loses-sync">
-	  <para>Why does the screen go black and lose sync when I
-	    boot?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>This is a known problem with the ATI Mach64 video
-	    card.  The problem is that this card uses address
-	    <literal>2e8</literal>, and the fourth serial port does too.
-	    Due to a bug (feature?) in the &man.sio.4; driver it will
-	    touch this port even if you do not have the fourth serial
-	    port, and <emphasis>even</emphasis> if you disable
-	    <devicename>sio3</devicename> (the fourth port) which
-	    normally uses this address.</para>
-	  <para>Until the bug has been fixed, you can use this
-	    workaround:</para>
-	  <orderedlist>
-	    <listitem>
-	      <para>Enter <option>-c</option> at the boot prompt.
-		(This will put the kernel into configuration
-		mode).</para>
-	    </listitem>
-	    <listitem>
-	      <para>Disable <devicename>sio0</devicename>,
-		<devicename>sio1</devicename>,
-		<devicename>sio2</devicename> and
-		<devicename>sio3</devicename> (all of them).  This way
-		the &man.sio.4; driver does not get activated — no
-		problems.</para>
-	    </listitem>
-	    <listitem>
-	      <para>Type exit to continue booting.</para>
-	    </listitem>
-	  </orderedlist>
-	  <para>If you want to be able to use your serial ports, you
-	    will have to build a new kernel with the following
-	    modification: in
-	    <filename>/usr/src/sys/dev/sio/sio.c</filename> (or in
-	    <filename>/usr/src/sys/pc98/cbus/sio.c</filename> for pc98)
-	    find the one occurrence of the string
-	    <literal>0x2e8</literal> and remove that string and the
-	    preceding comma (keep the trailing comma).  Now follow the
-	    normal procedure of building a new kernel.</para>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
 	<question id="kmem-map-too-small">
 	  <para>My system has more than 1 GB of RAM, and I'm
 	    getting panics with <errorname>kmem_map too small</errorname>
@@ -3660,7 +3607,7 @@ kern.timecounter.hardware: TSC -> i82
 	  <para>The open-source <application><ulink
-	      url=""></ulink></application>
+	      url="">Apache Open Office</ulink></application>
 	    and <application><ulink
 	    office suites work natively on &os;.</para>
@@ -4071,13 +4018,10 @@ kern.timecounter.hardware: TSC -> i82
-	  <para>Because &posix; says that there shall be such a
-	    shell.</para>
-	  <para>The more complicated answer: many people need to write
+	  <para>Many people need to write
 	    shell scripts which will be portable across many systems.
 	    That is why &posix; specifies the shell and utility commands
-	    in great detail.  Most scripts are written in Bourne shell,
+	    in great detail.  Most scripts are written in Bourne shell (&;),
 	    and because several important programming interfaces
 	    (&man.make.1;, &man.system.3;, &man.popen.3;, and analogues
 	    in higher-level scripting languages like Perl and Tcl) are
@@ -4093,7 +4037,7 @@ kern.timecounter.hardware: TSC -> i82
 	    other shells have.  That is why the Ports Collection
 	    includes more featureful shells like
 	    <command>bash</command>, <command>scsh</command>,
-	    <command>tcsh</command>, and <command>zsh</command>.  (You
+	    &man.tcsh.1;, and <command>zsh</command>.  (You
 	    can compare for yourself the memory utilization of all these
 	    shells by looking at the <quote>VSZ</quote> and
 	    <quote>RSS</quote> columns in a <command>ps
@@ -4621,6 +4565,7 @@ ULE</screen>
 	    toepassingen verwaarloosbaar, maar u dient te weten dat het bestaat.
 	    Gebruik geen soft-updates op het root-bestandssysteem als uw
 	    systeem dit risico niet kan lopen!</para>
 	  <para><filename class="directory">/</filename> is traditioneel een van
 	    de kleinste partities.  Als u de map
 	    <filename class="directory">/tmp</filename> op
@@ -6235,12 +6180,6 @@ options    SYSVMSG          # enable for
 	  <screen><userinput>&prompt.root; pkg_add -r xorg</userinput></screen>
-	  <para>It is also possible to install &xorg; from
-	    &man.sysinstall.8; by choosing
-	    <guimenuitem>Configure</guimenuitem>, then
-	    <guimenuitem>Distributions</guimenuitem>, then
-	    <guimenuitem>The X.Org Distribution</guimenuitem>.</para>
 	  <para>After the installation of &xorg; was successful, follow
 	    the instructions from the <ulink
 	      url="&url.books.handbook;/x-config.html">X11 Configuration</ulink> section of
@@ -6712,7 +6651,7 @@ UserConfig> <userinput>quit</userinpu
 	  <para>Run the command <command>xmodmap -e "pointer = 3 2 1"</command>
-	    from your <filename>.xinitrc</filename> or
+	    from <filename>.xinitrc</filename> or
@@ -7576,7 +7515,7 @@ Key F15        A        A        Menu Wo
 	  <programlisting>options {
-        query-source address * port 53;
+	query-source address * port 53;
 	  <para>You can replace the <literal>*</literal> with a single
@@ -7928,8 +7867,7 @@ deny pred1 deflate deflate24 protocomp a
 	  <para>If your ISP is helpful, they should be able to enable
 	    logging on their end, then when the next link drop occurs,
 	    they may be able to tell you why their side is having a
-	    problem.  Feel free to send the details to &a.brian;, or
-	    even to ask your ISP to contact him directly.</para>
+	    problem.</para>
@@ -7965,34 +7903,6 @@ deny pred1 deflate deflate24 protocomp a
 	    <quote>detach</quote> from the running process by the
 	    <command>quit</command> command of
-	  <para>Finally, send the log of your
-	    <application>gdb</application> session to &a.brian;.</para>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
-	<question id="ppp-loginok-thennothing">
-	  <para>Why does nothing happen after the <quote>Login
-	    OK!</quote> message?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>Prior to &os; version 2.2.5, once the link was
-	    established, &man.ppp.8; would wait for the peer to initiate
-	    the Line Control Protocol (LCP).  Many ISPs will not
-	    initiate negotiations and expect the client to do so.  To
-	    force &man.ppp.8; to initiate the LCP, use the following
-	    line:</para>
-	  <programlisting>set openmode active</programlisting>
-	  <note>
-	    <para>It usually does no harm if both sides initiate
-	      negotiation, so openmode is now active by default.
-	      However, the next section explains when it
-	      <emphasis>does</emphasis> do some harm.</para>
-	  </note>
@@ -8347,8 +8257,8 @@ ATDT1234567</programlisting>
 	  <para>The <application>ppp</application> utility (or any other
 	    program for that matter) should never dump core.  Because
-	    &man.ppp.8; runs with an effective user ID of
-	    <literal>0</literal>, the operating system will not write
+	    &man.ppp.8; runs setuid (with an effective user ID of
+	    <literal>0</literal>), the operating system will not write
 	    core image of &man.ppp.8; to disk before terminating it.
 	    If, however &man.ppp.8; is actually terminating due to a
 	    segmentation violation or some other signal that normally
@@ -8357,7 +8267,7 @@ ATDT1234567</programlisting>
 	    section), then you should install the system sources and do
 	    the following:</para>
-	  <screen>&prompt.root;  <userinput><command>cd</command> <filename role="directory">/usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp</filename></userinput>
+	  <screen>&prompt.root; <userinput><command>cd</command> <filename role="directory">/usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp</filename></userinput>
 &prompt.root; <userinput><command>echo</command> <makevar>STRIP</makevar>= >> <filename>/etc/make.conf</filename></userinput>
 &prompt.root; <userinput><command>echo</command> <makevar>CFLAGS</makevar>+=<option>-g</option> >> <filename>/etc/make.conf</filename></userinput>
 &prompt.root; <userinput><command>make</command> <maketarget>install</maketarget> <maketarget>clean</maketarget></userinput></screen>
@@ -8608,9 +8518,8 @@ ATDT1234567</programlisting>
 	    including your config files, how you are starting
 	    &man.ppp.8;, the relevant parts of your log file and the
 	    output of <command>netstat -rn</command> (before
-	    and after connecting) to the &a.questions; or the <ulink
-	      url="news:comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc">comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc</ulink>
-	    news group, and someone should point you in the right
+	    and after connecting) to the &a.questions;
+	    and someone should point you in the right
@@ -8627,7 +8536,8 @@ ATDT1234567</programlisting>
 	<question id="found-serial">
-	  <para>How do I tell if &os; found my serial ports?</para>
+	  <para>How do I tell if &os; found my serial ports or modem
+	    cards?</para>
@@ -8667,16 +8577,6 @@ sio1: type 16550A</programlisting>
-	<question id="found-modem">
-	  <para>How do I tell if &os; found my modem cards?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>Refer to the answer to the previous question.</para>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
 	<question id="access-serial-ports">
 	  <para>How do I access the serial ports on &os;?</para>
@@ -9235,9 +9135,8 @@ hint.sio.7.irq="12"</programlisting>
 	  <para>Seriously, &os; uses the
 	    <acronym>HLT</acronym> (halt) instruction when the system is
 	    idle thus lowering its energy consumption and therefore the
-	    heat it generates.  Also if you have <acronym>APM</acronym>
-	    (advanced power
-	    management) or <acronym>ACPI</acronym> (Advanced
+	    heat it generates.  Also if you have
+	    <acronym>ACPI</acronym> (Advanced
 	    Configuration and Power Interface)
 	    configured, then &os; can also put the CPU into
 	    a low power mode.</para>
@@ -9539,18 +9438,6 @@ hint.sio.7.irq="12"</programlisting>
-	<question id="custrel">
-	  <para>How do I make my own custom release?</para>
-	</question>
-	<answer>
-	  <para>Please see the <ulink
-	      url="&url.articles.releng;/article.html">Release Engineering</ulink>
-	    article.</para>
-	</answer>
-      </qandaentry>
-      <qandaentry>
 	<question id="ctm">
 	  <para>Can I follow <emphasis>-CURRENT</emphasis> with limited
 	    Internet access?</para>

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