First, you have to add a record to Language table, let's say "Romanian". Then add records in Text_LS for each text to be translated, having FK_Language that new language id and FK_Text the id of the text to translate.
To test, in webadmin choose that language for an orbiter and fully regen it.
You should use DVD installation in order to have mixed MD's (MD's with different architecture than the core). The CD installation only has the image for the same architecture. See more here : http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=3856.0 .
I've ripped few tracks, but my cd wasn't identified for some reason, so no attributes were added to ogg files. But then I went in pluto-admin to mediasync section and added an attribute to one of the track and I saw that UpdateMedia was notified and the attribute was added to ogg file :
dcerouter_21656:/home/public/data/audio/Sum 41/All Killer No Filler# id3 -l "Track 1.ogg" Track 1.ogg: Title : Mumu was here Artist: Album : Year: , Genre: Unknown (255) Comment: Track: 0
So I guess it will be ok if we'll add flac files to the list with supported files and make updatemedia write tags with attributes in flac file too?
UpdateMedia is writting the id3 tags in mp3, ogg, aac files (the code is svn: src/UpdateMedia/PlutoMediaFile.cpp) using libid3. The list with supported formats is hardcoded to these three extensions, but if there are any other file supporting them, I think we'll only need to added them to the supported formats list. Does libid3 work with FLAC files or it's using other id3 tags format ?