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3 <file source-language="EN" target-language="en" datatype="plaintext" original="messages" date="Lun 1 aoĆ» 2011 20:03:24 UTC" product-name="lang">
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6 <trans-unit id=".description" approved="yes">
7 <source>Filemounts describe a filepath on the server, relative or absolute.</source>
8 <target>Filemounts describe a filepath on the server, relative or absolute.</target>
9 </trans-unit>
10 <trans-unit id=".details" approved="yes">
11 <source>By creating a file mount record and placing a reference to it in a Backend usergroup you can allow a user access to the file mount in the File&gt;List module.
12 Filemounts may also configure access to a path on the server to which the user has FTP-access. Just remember to set file-permissions on the server correctly so the webserver user (which PHP is running as) has at least read access to the FTP-dir.
13 You can only mount absolute paths if they are within the base path set in $TYPO3_CONF_VARS[BE][lockRootPath]</source>
14 <target>By creating a file mount record and placing a reference to it in a Backend usergroup you can allow a user access to the file mount in the File&gt;List module.
15 Filemounts may also configure access to a path on the server to which the user has FTP-access. Just remember to set file-permissions on the server correctly so the webserver user (which PHP is running as) has at least read access to the FTP-dir.
16 You can only mount absolute paths if they are within the base path set in $TYPO3_CONF_VARS[BE][lockRootPath]</target>
17 </trans-unit>
18 <trans-unit id="_.seeAlso" approved="yes">
19 <source>be_groups:file_mountpoints,
20 be_users:file_mountpoints,
21 More about File mounts | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/More_about_File_Moun/</source>
22 <target>be_groups:file_mountpoints,
23 be_users:file_mountpoints,
24 More about File mounts | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/More_about_File_Moun/</target>
25 </trans-unit>
26 <trans-unit id="_.image" approved="yes">
27 <source>EXT:lang/cshimages/filemount_1.png</source>
28 <target>EXT:lang/cshimages/filemount_1.png</target>
29 </trans-unit>
30 <trans-unit id="title.description" approved="yes">
31 <source>Enter a title for the filemount. The title will appear as the name of the file mount when it is applied to users and groups.</source>
32 <target>Enter a title for the filemount. The title will appear as the name of the file mount when it is applied to users and groups.</target>
33 </trans-unit>
34 <trans-unit id="_title.image" approved="yes">
35 <source>EXT:lang/cshimages/be_groups_5.png</source>
36 <target>EXT:lang/cshimages/be_groups_5.png</target>
37 </trans-unit>
38 <trans-unit id="path.description" approved="yes">
39 <source>Enter the path of the filemount, relative or absolute depending on the settings of BASE.</source>
40 <target>Enter the path of the filemount, relative or absolute depending on the settings of BASE.</target>
41 </trans-unit>
42 <trans-unit id="path.details" approved="yes">
43 <source>If BASE is set to relative, the path mounted is found in the subfolder "fileadmin/" of the website. Then you should enter the subfolder in "fileadmin/" as path. For instance if you want to mount access to "fileadmin/user_uploads/all/" then enter the value "user_uploads/all" as the value of PATH.
44 If BASE is absolute you should enter the absolute path on the server, eg. "/home/ftp_upload" or "C:/home/ftp_upload". Further you must make sure the configuration variable $TYPO3_CONF_VARS[BE][lockRootPath] contains the first part of the path you want to mount.
45
46 &lt;strong&gt;Notice:&lt;/strong&gt; In any case, make sure the webserver user which PHP is running as has &lt;em&gt;at least&lt;/em&gt; read-access to the path. If not, the mount will simply not appear without any warnings.
47 If you have problems - especially with absolute mounts - try to mount something "simple" like a relative path in fileadmin. If that is working well, try the absolute path.
48
49 Your PHP-configuration may also impose other restrictions on you if open_basedir is enabled. Then use relative paths.</source>
50 <target>If BASE is set to relative, the path mounted is found in the subfolder "fileadmin/" of the website. Then you should enter the subfolder in "fileadmin/" as path. For instance if you want to mount access to "fileadmin/user_uploads/all/" then enter the value "user_uploads/all" as the value of PATH.
51 If BASE is absolute you should enter the absolute path on the server, eg. "/home/ftp_upload" or "C:/home/ftp_upload". Further you must make sure the configuration variable $TYPO3_CONF_VARS[BE][lockRootPath] contains the first part of the path you want to mount.
52
53 &lt;strong&gt;Notice:&lt;/strong&gt; In any case, make sure the webserver user which PHP is running as has &lt;em&gt;at least&lt;/em&gt; read-access to the path. If not, the mount will simply not appear without any warnings.
54 If you have problems - especially with absolute mounts - try to mount something "simple" like a relative path in fileadmin. If that is working well, try the absolute path.
55
56 Your PHP-configuration may also impose other restrictions on you if open_basedir is enabled. Then use relative paths.</target>
57 </trans-unit>
58 <trans-unit id="_path.seeAlso" approved="yes">
59 <source>sys_filemounts:base,
60 be_groups:file_mountpoints,
61 sys_filemounts</source>
62 <target>sys_filemounts:base,
63 be_groups:file_mountpoints,
64 sys_filemounts</target>
65 </trans-unit>
66 <trans-unit id="_path.image" approved="yes">
67 <source>EXT:lang/cshimages/be_groups_6.png,
68 EXT:lang/cshimages/be_groups_7.png</source>
69 <target>EXT:lang/cshimages/be_groups_6.png,
70 EXT:lang/cshimages/be_groups_7.png</target>
71 </trans-unit>
72 <trans-unit id="path.image_descr" approved="yes">
73 <source>This is a filemount relative to "fileadmin/". The mounted folder is "fileadmin/user_upload/" since "user_upload" is the value of the "Path" field.
74 The directory structure of "fileadmin/" where you can see the "user_upload" folder in the bottom of the list.</source>
75 <target>This is a filemount relative to "fileadmin/". The mounted folder is "fileadmin/user_upload/" since "user_upload" is the value of the "Path" field.
76 The directory structure of "fileadmin/" where you can see the "user_upload" folder in the bottom of the list.</target>
77 </trans-unit>
78 <trans-unit id="hidden.description" approved="yes">
79 <source>Use this option to temporarily disable the filemount.</source>
80 <target>Use this option to temporarily disable the filemount.</target>
81 </trans-unit>
82 <trans-unit id="hidden.details" approved="yes">
83 <source>All backend users using the mount will not have access anymore. This includes 'Admin'-users.</source>
84 <target>All backend users using the mount will not have access anymore. This includes 'Admin'-users.</target>
85 </trans-unit>
86 <trans-unit id="base.description" approved="yes">
87 <source>Determines whether the value of the PATH field is to be recognized as an absolute path on the server or a path relative to the fileadmin/ subfolder to the website.</source>
88 <target>Determines whether the value of the PATH field is to be recognized as an absolute path on the server or a path relative to the fileadmin/ subfolder to the website.</target>
89 </trans-unit>
90 <trans-unit id="_base.seeAlso" approved="yes">
91 <source>sys_filemounts:path</source>
92 <target>sys_filemounts:path</target>
93 </trans-unit>
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