Small typo in new strings regarding network
Translating foreman last text strings, I saw a typo on string number 1930 on transifex.
Here is the string :
Device identifier for this interface. This may be different on various platforms and environments, here are some common examples.<br/><ul><li>Use the basic name for physical interface identifiers, e.g. <strong>eth0</strong> or <strong>em0</strong> with biosdevname.</li><li>For virtual interfaces, use either alias notation (<strong>eth0:1</strong>, name:index) or VLAN notation (<strong>eth0.15</strong>, name.tag).</li><li>For bonds it's common to use <strong>bond0</strong> on Linux, <strong>lagg0</strong> on BSD systems<./li></ul>
The last closing /li tag is incorrect, the dot should be with BSD systems and not with the /li tag.
Btw, Only FreeBSD derivatives are using lagg. NetBSD use agr where OpenBSD use trunk interface.