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16  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hello on: September 09, 2008, 22:19:26 PM
Hello PhiX
They do keep me busy. Next month is the end of support for Feisty that will clear up 2 partitions. 1 of the partition is for the next release of Pardus. Right now I am using a test hardrive to use Pardus. Which Pardus is working very well & happy with.
17  General / Introduce yourself / Hello on: September 09, 2008, 21:53:04 PM
Hello
My name is Tim I live in Rockford,IL. I am a construction worker. I repair homes & businesses after fire and or water damages. Been using Linux for 2 1/2 years and windows free for 18 months. Using Ubuntu & Kubuntu the most for 2 years but after the bad release of Hardy I have been trying out different distros to find something else to replace them. I use a custom built desktop computer with a internal harddrive enclosure. Where I can change out 7 different harddrives. I use Dapper, Feisty, Gusty > Ubuntu/Kubuntu,  > Gusty Xubuntu, Fluxbuntu, LinuxMint Daryna Gnome. Sidux 2008-02 KDE, Sidux 2008-02 XFCE, Dreamlinux 3.2, Pardus 2008, Foresight 2.0.4, Mepis 7.0.
18  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Hold Back Updates on: September 09, 2008, 02:55:36 AM
Thank You PhiX
For your input and help. I knew their had to be away to hold back packages just didn't know how in Pardus. Right now I am using Pardus 2008 on a test harddrive that I use to try out different distro or experiment on before I install on my main harddrives. If the next release of Pardus is close to release and yes I will watch for that and install it. Thanks Again
19  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / ( SOLVED )Hold Back Updates on: September 09, 2008, 00:08:23 AM
Just testing out Pardus to see what it looks like and see what it may offer. Everything from install went good no issues or problems. If I go to install a appl. it wants to install all system updates with appl.
Is their away to hold back certain system updates that I don't want to install ? I normally don't install all system updates I pick and choose what I want to update.
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