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1  Assistance / Software / Re: Dropbox or equivalent on: October 23, 2009, 10:29:17 AM
Thanks Michiel for that, when I get a spare couple of hours I will follow your instructions and let you know  Smiley
2  Assistance / Software / Dropbox or equivalent on: October 21, 2009, 21:59:47 PM
Hi All,

My daughter recently killed her USB thumb drive and lost all her school work. She uses Pardus 2009.0 and I was wondering if dropbox or a spideroak client in the Pardus repository? If not, can anybody recommend an equivalent that I can use with Pardus and say Windows. I hope so as I don't want to install her PC with Ubuntu.

Cheers

EmyrB
3  Assistance / Software / Re: Skype for 2009 on: July 24, 2009, 12:03:21 PM
Thanks for the replys guys, I shall do this tonight and get my daughter back to her social network  Grin
4  Assistance / Software / Skype for 2009 on: July 22, 2009, 13:25:29 PM
Last night I had to repair my daughter's PC which has been happily running Pardus 2008.x for several months now. Not sure what happened, but either Emerald or Compiz killed it, and I couldn't recover from it Sad

Anyway as I had to download Pardus 2008.2, I decided on downloading 2009 instead, and after a very uneventful install (always a good sign) I booted to a shiny new KDE4.2.4 desktop. First off my I give a big thanks and heaps of praise for the developers as Pardus 2009 looks very polished and professional and KDE 4.2 looks super.

Anyway, back top the point in hand, I configured all but Skype, which I couldn't find in PiSi. Any ideas how I can install this, my daughter uses it quite a lot to talk to her cousins in Canada and Australia and her friends in France?

Cheeres

EmyrB
5  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: pardus 2009 alpha released on: May 28, 2009, 11:17:25 AM
Just installed this on a VM and I was blown away with the installer and how professional it looks. I like the pink and gold that runs throughout the installer and boot process, but was disappointed with being dumped into standard KDE 4 desktop. Sad

I know its an alpha release, but I hope (fingers crossed) that the "pardus" look will go into the final product as Pardus 2008.x was for me the best iteration of KDE 3.5.x series.

I noticed some grammatical and spelling errors in the English translation of the installer, who do I contact about that?

Keep up the good work and I will look forward to seeing this get better as July approaches Cheesy

Cheers

EmyrB
6  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2008.2 on: February 18, 2009, 15:10:47 PM
@ PhiX

I followed your instructions and I got the following when I did pisi up: -

Code:
No signature found for http://paketler.pardus.org.tr/pardus-2008.2/pisi-index.xml.bz2
* Package database updated.
No packages to upgrade.

So I take it I am up to date?

@ bubbel

I did a sysinfo:/ and it reports: -

Code:
Kde 3.5.10 on Pardus 2008.2 Canis aureus

Cheers

EmyrB
7  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2008.2 on: February 17, 2009, 16:01:39 PM
Hi PhiX,

I did what you said but it still didn't do anything. This is what the output was:
Code:
pardus-2008.1
http://paketler.pardus.org.tr/pardus-2008.1/pisi-index.xml.bz2
contrib
http://paketler.pardus.org.tr/contrib-2008/pisi-index.xml.bz2

Cheers

EmyrB
8  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2008.2 on: February 17, 2009, 13:03:29 PM
Sorry if this is posted in the wrong forum, but how do I use Pisi to upgrade to 2008.2? I have checked my repo's and they are pointing to 2008.1 and if I change them to 2008.2, there is still nothing to upgrade.

Am I doing something wrong?

Cheers

EmyrB
9  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Sharing Drives from Ubuntu with Arch Linux and Pardus on: February 10, 2009, 11:24:41 AM
Hi All,

I have 3 Linux boxes in my house, 1 Ubuntu 8.10, 1 Arch Linux running KDE 4.2 and 1 Pardus 2008.1.

I have a 1TB drive in my Ubuntu box which I have got my music collection on. This drive is mounted permanently in /media/sda2 and has an icon on my Ubuntu desktop.

Now my daughter's PC is the Pardus box and my son's is the Arch Linux box and they want to be able to play the music on sda2 through the network.

I have tried setting up the share through NFS, but alas I cannot install nfs-common on the Arch or Pardus boxes as I cannot find nfs-common.

I have tried the Samba route, but I cannot share the drive because of access issues, which I assume is to do with my user permissions.

I don't want anything fancy, just read permissions. I have posted this in the Arch and Ubuntu forums to see if they can shed some light as well.

Cheers in advance

EmyrB
10  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Installing a Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Dongle in Pardus 2008.1 on: December 19, 2008, 00:14:43 AM
Scratch that last message, I figured out why I couldn't "su". I had to give myself administrator privilages in the user account and then I could use the "su" command.

Anyway, just to let you know that I managed to get the wireless working, so this weekend Windows is history on my daughters PC and she will be introduced to the wonders of Pardus  Grin

So thansk for all your help, it was much appreciated  Grin
11  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Installing a Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Dongle in Pardus 2008.1 on: December 18, 2008, 23:34:23 PM
OK, I have downloaded the driver and unzipped it. Here is the roblem, which I have reported to the forum before but it was never resolved. The system does not recognise my root password. When installing I use 2 different passwords, one for my username and one for root. When I run things like PiSi or Tasma and it asks for the root password, I enter the one I set during installation and everything is fine. When I try to change the time or type su, the root password is not accepted  Huh?

Any ideas?
12  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Installing a Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Dongle in Pardus 2008.1 on: December 17, 2008, 15:07:56 PM
Thanks azra, you are a life saver. I shall try it out on my test PC tonight and if I get any problems I shall report back Wink
13  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Installing a Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Dongle in Pardus 2008.1 on: December 17, 2008, 14:33:01 PM
It was a post written by petibob, here is the url (I hope)

http://worldforum.pardus-linux.nl/index.php?topic=1060.0
14  Assistance / Hardware / Installing a Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Dongle in Pardus 2008.1 on: December 17, 2008, 14:05:56 PM
Hi All,

Recently my daughter's XP box got riddled with spyware/malware again and I am fed up of wiping and reinstalling every few months. I want to put Pardus on the PC but what is holding me back is that she uses a Netgear WG111 Wireless USB Dongle to talk to the outside world.

I have done a search and all I can find is a French forum post which (I think) gives step by step instructions on how to install such device using Pardus. Unfortunately my French is not very good, so is there a English guide or can anybody help with instructions on how to setup one of these wireless dongles?

Cheers in advance

EmyrB
15  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Unable to Connect to a WEP Secured Connction on: September 22, 2008, 14:18:12 PM
OK... both my root and user password are exactly the same (I know, I know not a secure way, but hey  Wink ) so if it is the user password it wants then I should be OK.

As to my native language, well personally that would be Welsh, but I use English UK as my language. I seem to remember that the default language is English US and I cannot install others.

As a side note, I run Pardus in a VM and I have the same issue there, I cannot administer the time and date as the same error crops up. Maybe I will do a VM install with a different root password to the user and see if that makes a difference Smiley
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