> Is the splash boot entry "Start from a read-only snapshot" translatable?
> If it is, where is it located?
Right now it's not. The line is brought to the boot screen from one of the
grub config files (see ), where it is written by grub2-snapper-plugin
(namely shell script  with hard-coded line). Even if you edit it there, you
will need to re-install the bootloader to see the results and you will most
probably loose your changes after using YaST bootloader module or kernel
The grub2-snapper-plugin comes from SUSE patches to grub, see source file 
Sadly, shell scripts are not localizable. If you wish to start pushing devs to
solve this properly and come up with the solution, you'll need to create a
report in Bugzilla.
> Alex Minton wrote:
>> Sadly, shell scripts are not localizable.
> They are.
> # zypper in hello
> $ LANG=it_IT TEXTDOMAIN=hello bash -c 'echo $"Hello, world!"'
> Salve, mondo!
> You can use bash --dump-po-strings to extract the translatable strings from
> a script.
> See also
> https://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/html_node/Locale-Translation.html >
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