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  • # Added for Iptables GUI
    %tr = ( %tr,
    'iptfilter' => 'Filter Table',
    'iptnat' => 'NAT Table',
    'iptmangle' => 'Mangle Table',
    );

    # When you want to add your own language strings/entries to the ipcop language file,
    # you should create a file with <PREFIX>.<LANG>.pl into /var/ipcop/addon-lang dir
    #    <PREFIX> is free choosable but should be significant. An Example might be "myAddnName"
    #     <LANG> is a mnemonic of the used language like en, de, it, nl etc.
    #        You can find a detailed list of possible mnemonic's in the file /var/ipcop/langs/list
    # A file could be named "VirtualHttpd.en.pl" for example.
    #
    # The file content has to start with (of course without the leading #):
    # --------- CODE ---------
    #%tr = (%tr,
    # 'key1' => 'value',                # add all your entries key/values here
    # 'key2' => 'value'                # and end with (of course without the leading #):
    #);
    # --------- CODE END---------
    #
    # After you have copied all your files to /var/ipcop/add-lang you have to run the
    # script compilation:
    # perl -e "require '//var/ipcop/lang.pl'; &Lang::BuildCacheLang"



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