[PC-BSD Commits] r12045 - pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n

svn at pcbsd.org svn at pcbsd.org
Wed Aug 10 02:07:33 PDT 2011


Author: autotrans
Date: 2011-08-10 02:07:32 -0700 (Wed, 10 Aug 2011)
New Revision: 12045

Modified:
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_af.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ar.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_az.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bg.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bn.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bs.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ca.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cs.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cy.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_da.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_de.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_el.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_GB.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_ZA.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_es.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_et.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_eu.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fa.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fi.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr_CA.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fur.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_gl.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_he.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hi.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hr.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hu.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_id.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_is.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_it.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ja.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ka.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ko.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lt.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lv.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mk.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mn.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ms.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mt.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nb.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ne.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nl.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pa.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pl.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt_BR.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ro.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ru.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sk.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sl.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sr.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sv.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sw.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ta.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tg.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_th.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tr.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uk.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uz.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_vi.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_CN.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_HK.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_TW.ts
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zu.ts
Log:
Auto-Commit of i18n data from Pootle


Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_af.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_af.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_af.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ar.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ar.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ar.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_az.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_az.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_az.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bg.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bg.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bg.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bn.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bn.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bn.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bs.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bs.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_bs.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ca.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ca.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ca.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cs.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cs.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cs.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cy.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cy.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_cy.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_da.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_da.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_da.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_de.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_de.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_de.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_el.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_el.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_el.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_GB.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_GB.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_GB.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_ZA.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_ZA.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_en_ZA.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_es.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_es.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_es.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_et.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_et.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_et.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_eu.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_eu.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_eu.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fa.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fa.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fa.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fi.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fi.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fi.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr_CA.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr_CA.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fr_CA.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>TextLabel</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fur.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fur.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_fur.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_gl.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_gl.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_gl.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_he.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_he.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_he.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hi.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hi.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hi.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hr.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hr.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hr.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hu.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hu.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_hu.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_id.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_id.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_id.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_is.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_is.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_is.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_it.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_it.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_it.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ja.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ja.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ja.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ka.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ka.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ka.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ko.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ko.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ko.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lt.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lt.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lt.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lv.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lv.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_lv.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mk.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mk.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mk.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mn.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mn.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mn.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ms.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ms.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ms.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mt.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mt.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_mt.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nb.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nb.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nb.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ne.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ne.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ne.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nl.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nl.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_nl.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pa.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pa.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pa.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pl.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pl.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pl.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt_BR.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt_BR.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_pt_BR.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>
@@ -73,7 +116,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Time and Region setup</source>
-        <translation>Configuração de Local e Fuso Horário</translation>
+        <translation>Configuração de Hora e Fuso Horário</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Configuration Finished</source>
@@ -257,7 +300,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>of disk space.</source>
-        <translation>de espaço.</translation>
+        <translation>de espaço em disco.</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>The disk will be setup with the following configuration:</source>
@@ -412,13 +455,12 @@
     <message>
         <source>Check to use GPT/EFI partition scheme for dedicated disks.
 Warning: May not work with older BIOS / Motherboards.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Verifique a utilização de um esquema de partições GPT/EFI para discos dedicados.
+Alerta: Pode não funcionar em BIOS / Placas Mãe antigas.</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Encryption is enabled! In addition to using passphrase, key files are randomly generated and will be stored in /boot/keys/ on the system. After installing and rebooting, you should immediately make a backup copy of these keys, or else data loss could occur should they be lost or corrupted.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>A encriptação está habilitada! Além da utilização da senha, arquivos de senhas serão randômicamente gerados e armazenados no sistema em /boot/keys/. Depois de instalar e reinicializar, você deve fazer uma cópia de backup destas chaves imediatamente, ou se alguma perda de dados ocorrer elas podem ser perdidas ou corrompidas.</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Disk Encryption</source>
@@ -438,7 +480,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Confirm the Passphrase for this encrypted disk</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">Confirme a Frase de Segurança para este disco encriptado</translation>
+        <translation>Confirme a Senha para este disco encriptado</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Passphrase mismatch</source>
@@ -474,7 +516,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Root password must be at least 4 characters.</source>
-        <translation>Senha root deve ter pelo menos 4 caracteres.</translation>
+        <translation>A senha de root deve ter pelo menos 4 caracteres.</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>User password must be at least 4 characters.</source>
@@ -486,8 +528,11 @@
 p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; }
 </style></head><body style=" font-family:'Bitstream Vera Sans'; font-size:10pt; font-weight:400; font-style:normal;">
 <p style=" margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px; margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; -qt-block-indent:0; text-indent:0px;">Welcome to PC-BSD! You may get started above, or click the Help button for more information on each screen. </p></body></html></source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/strict.dtd">
+<html><head><meta name="qrichtext" content="1" /><style type="text/css">
+p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; }
+</style></head><body style=" font-family:'Bitstream Vera Sans'; font-size:10pt; font-weight:400; font-style:normal;">
+<p style=" margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px; margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; -qt-block-indent:0; text-indent:0px;">Bem vindo ao PC-BSD! Você pode começar acima, ou clicar no botão de Ajuda para mais informações em cada tela. </p></body></html></translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Available System Packages</source>
@@ -515,12 +560,11 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Missing '/' filesystem, please add a filesystem for mount-point '/' to continue.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Falta o sistema de arquivos '/', por favor adicione um sistema de arquivos com ponto de montagem '/' para continuar</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>filesystem is below the required minimum:</source>
-        <translation>sistema de arquivos é inferior do mínimo exigido:</translation>
+        <translation>sistema de arquivos é inferior ao mínimo exigido:</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Extracting system image...</source>
@@ -528,8 +572,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Installing Desktop-Packages... This may take a while...</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Instalando Pacotes do Desktop... Isto vai levar um tempo...</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>No Desktop</source>
@@ -549,8 +592,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Meta Package Selection</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Seleção de Meta Pacotes</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Applications</source>
@@ -562,118 +604,95 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Save Changes</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Salvar Modificações</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Please select the disk for system installation</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Por favor selecione o disco para a instalação do sistema</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Basic Mode</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Modo Básico</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>If installing as the only operating system, check "Use Entire Disk".</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Se a instalação é somente para este sistema operacional, selecione "Usar o Disco Inteiro"</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Add Partition</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Adicionar Partição</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Delete Partition</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Remover Partição</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Additional Options</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Opções Adicionais</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>UFS Filesystem</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Sistema de Arquivos UFS</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>ZFS Filesystem (64bit with 4GB RAM recommended)</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Sistema de Arquivos ZFS (64bit com 4GB RAM é recomendado)</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Partition disk with GPT</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Particionamento de disco com GPT</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Advanced Mode</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Modo Avançado</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Edit</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Editar</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Use default layout</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Use o layout padrão</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Partition disks with GPT</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Particionar discos com o GPT</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>System password</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Senha do sistema</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>User accounts</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Contas de usuário</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>IPv6 Address</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Endereço IPv6</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>IPv6 Gateway</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Gateway IPv6</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>IPv6 Nameserver</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Servidor de nomes IPv6</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Select the system to install</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Selecione o sistema para instalar</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Select your Installation Source</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Selecione a sua Fonte de Instalação</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Keyboard Settings</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Configurações de Teclado</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Model</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Modelo</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Users Setup</source>
@@ -682,43 +701,35 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>System Options</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Opções do Sistema</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>System Components</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Componentes do Sistema</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Available</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Disponível</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Selected</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Selecionado</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>The default FreeBSD UFS filesystem, with Softupdates and Journaling enabled.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Sistema de arquivos UFS padrão do FreeBSD, com Softupdates e Journaling habilitado </translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Often a good choice for servers or high-end systems.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Muitas vezes uma boa escolha para servidores e sistemas de alto desempenho</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>PC-BSD (Desktop)</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>PC-BSD (Desktop)</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>FreeBSD (Server)</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>FreeBSD (Servidor)</translation>
     </message>
 </context>
 <context>
@@ -813,23 +824,23 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Enter Passphrase</source>
-        <translation>Digitar Frase de Segurança</translation>
+        <translation>Digite a Senha</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Enter the Passphrase for this encrypted disk</source>
-        <translation>Digite a Frase de Segurança para este disco encriptado</translation>
+        <translation>Digite a Senha para este disco encriptado</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Enter Passphrase (Confirm)</source>
-        <translation>Digitar Frase de Segurança (Confirmar)</translation>
+        <translation>Digite a Senha (Confirmar)</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Confirm the Passphrase for this encrypted disk</source>
-        <translation>Confirme a Frase de Segurança para este disco encriptado</translation>
+        <translation>Confirme a Senha para este disco encriptado</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Passphrase mismatch</source>
-        <translation>Frase de Segurança incorreta</translation>
+        <translation>Senha incorreta</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>The entered passphrases do not match!</source>
@@ -837,8 +848,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Error: Need a at least one ZFS filesystem mount point.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Erro: Precisa de pelo menos um ponto de montagem com sistema de arquivos ZFS</translation>
     </message>
 </context>
 <context>
@@ -892,7 +902,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Enter the directory path</source>
-        <translation>Digite o caminho para a pasta</translation>
+        <translation>Entre o caminho do diretório</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>&Select</source>
@@ -927,8 +937,7 @@
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>Please enter the ZFS filesystem mount point.</source>
-        <translation type="unfinished">
-            </translation>
+        <translation>Por favor entre com o ponto de montagem do sistema de arquivos ZFS</translation>
     </message>
     <message>
         <source>ZFS Filesystem</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ro.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ro.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ro.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ru.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ru.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ru.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sk.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sk.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sk.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sl.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sl.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sl.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sr.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sr.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sr.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sv.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sv.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sv.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sw.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sw.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_sw.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Selected Components:</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ta.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ta.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_ta.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tg.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tg.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tg.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_th.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_th.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_th.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tr.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tr.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_tr.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uk.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uk.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uk.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uz.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uz.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_uz.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_vi.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_vi.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_vi.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_CN.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_CN.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_CN.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_HK.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_HK.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_HK.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_TW.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_TW.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zh_TW.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>

Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zu.ts
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zu.ts	2011-08-09 20:05:17 UTC (rev 12044)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/i18n/SysInstaller_zu.ts	2011-08-10 09:07:32 UTC (rev 12045)
@@ -2,6 +2,49 @@
 <!DOCTYPE TS>
 <TS version="2.0">
 <context>
+    <name>QObject</name>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>This screen will display a summary of your installation options. Please confirm these are correct before hitting Next. This is your last chance to cancel before changes are made to your disk.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>The system is now installing! This process may take a while depending upon the options chosen and the system speed.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+    <message>
+        <source>Success! The system is now installed, you may remove any DVD/CD/USB from the system and reboot into your new operating system.</source>
+        <translation type="unfinished"></translation>
+    </message>
+</context>
+<context>
     <name>SysInstaller</name>
     <message>
         <source>Language</source>



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