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Timestamp:
Mar 18, 2008, 2:15:19 AM (14 years ago)
Author:
charles
Message:

make the Port Forwarding error messages a little easier for beginners to understand

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  • trunk/libtransmission/natpmp.c

    r5243 r5279  
    7070        tr_ndbg( getKey(), _( "%s succeeded (%d)" ), func, ret );
    7171    else
    72         tr_nerr( getKey(), _( "%s failed (%d): %s (%d)" ), func, ret, tr_strerror(errno), errno );
     72        tr_ndbg( getKey(), _( "%s failed (%d): %s (%d)" ), func, ret, tr_strerror(errno), errno );
    7373}
    7474
     
    110110setErrorState( struct tr_natpmp * nat )
    111111{
    112     tr_nerr( getKey(), _( "If your router supports NAT-PMP, please make sure NAT-PMP is enabled!" ) );
    113     tr_nerr( getKey(), _( "NAT-PMP port forwarding unsuccessful, trying UPnP next" ) );
     112    tr_ndbg( getKey(), _( "If your router supports NAT-PMP, please make sure NAT-PMP is enabled!" ) );
     113    tr_ndbg( getKey(), _( "NAT-PMP port forwarding unsuccessful, trying UPnP next" ) );
    114114    nat->state = TR_NATPMP_ERR;
    115115}
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