Fail2ban for OMV 4 Arrakis

  • Hi @ryecoaaron I am currently using fail2ban plugin (latest seems to be still v4.0.2) on my OMV 4.1.34-1 and I would like to offer my time to improve on the UI and more specifically the texts/translations of this plugin.


    I tried adding a .po file in /usr/share/openmediavault/locale/el_GR/ and improving the existing openmediavault-fail2ban.po in /usr/share/openmediavault/locale/en_GB/ but I cannot seem to see the changes.


    I restarted both service and server. My macOS Safari browser does request in en_GB per http://www.reliply.org/tools/requestheaders.php


    Any ideas how to see the text-changes and where to submit them, are very welcome. Thank you.

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  • Thank you for your reply; as I want to confirm any translation on my OMV 4.x installation locally first, may I ask you for any idea as to why the edited .po file does not eventually show up on my browser? (Safari/Firefox on macOS)
    I did confirm the requested language and cleared cache but still, I cannot see improvements (I did see that the plugin has the text in brackets as required for translation).
    Is there some web cache I must purge on OMV in SSH? Thanks!

    OpenMediaVault OMV 4.1.3x on Beelink L55 - Intel i3-5005U - 8GB RAM - Crucial MX500 M.2 (2280) 1TB - Samsung 860 QVO (2.5") 2TB

    Edited once, last by Konsti ().

  • Run omv-mki18ndict, Not sure if you will have to reset the web interface in the top right hand menu of the web interface.

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  • Hi ryecoaaron I am returning to this thread just to get your advice if you have time; although this method (and running omv-mki18ndict command) seems to work on MacOS and Firefox 81, it doesn't seem to work for Safari 13.


    I checked on both

    http://www.reliply.org/tools/requestheaders.php and https://www.localeplanet.com/support/browser.html and I do get Accept-Language: en-gb and navigator.language: en-gb but for some reason, any changes to the PO file are not visible on Safari.


    Any ideas if Safari has some quirks that prevent OMV 4 interface from translating the UI sections? I tried "private browsing" and there, too, I don't seem to get the PO being used...


    Thank you again.

    OpenMediaVault OMV 4.1.3x on Beelink L55 - Intel i3-5005U - 8GB RAM - Crucial MX500 M.2 (2280) 1TB - Samsung 860 QVO (2.5") 2TB

  • Any ideas if Safari has some quirks that prevent OMV 4 interface from translating the UI sections?

    Must be something Safari related. But I don't use safari and don't have an OMV 4 system. So hard to test. It might just be an incompatibility with a newer Safari change that the older extjs6 (over 3 years old) doesn't support. Even if OMV 4 was still supported, Volker can't get updates for extjs anymore. That is one of the reasons he is not using extjs for OMV 6.x.

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