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1  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hi from the Turkey on: May 06, 2009, 15:34:04 PM
There is already http://en.pardus-wiki.org/Pisi_Package for that but not very instructive. I'll make additions to that wiki.

Great (even better)

After I made some additions to that wiki, admins of wiki moved my article to a different location arguing that that wiki was for only basic information. You can find my version here ==> http://en.pardus-wiki.org/Making_Pisi_Packages

You can also follow a link that admin give to my edited version. It is at the beginning of the old wiki page saying that:

This article tells only the basics of pisi package building. For a detailed version see: Making Pisi Packages
2  International Pardus Users / Turkish / Re: Ilk merhaba benden on: May 06, 2009, 15:23:23 PM
Merhaba Wink Hoşgeldin...
3  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Build Your Own Package (from independent source) guidelines on: May 06, 2009, 00:32:38 AM
Put your error messages here so that we can examine it.
4  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Build Your Own Package (from independent source) guidelines on: May 05, 2009, 22:14:26 PM
They still look optional.

You have to put at least one of them I guess.
5  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hi from the Turkey on: May 05, 2009, 20:06:11 PM
By the way I got some bad news for you guys. There are two (at least) types of internet connections. The one for the home users and the one for university internet connections. Home users somehow can't access this site. Only by using ktunnel, vtunnel etc. May internet server of this iste somehow forbids Turkish IPs or something
6  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hi from the Turkey on: May 05, 2009, 17:21:52 PM
There is already http://en.pardus-wiki.org/Pisi_Package for that but not very instructive. I'll make additions to that wiki.
7  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Build Your Own Package (from independent source) guidelines on: May 05, 2009, 15:05:26 PM
IsA tag ==> it is for adding your package in right category in package manager interface. Click here. Search for I<define name="IsA"> for all available categories.

PartOf tag ==> it is for adding your package to some component group. For example when you enter this code:

sudo pisi it -c desktop.kde4

it will install all kde4 components. To see all available components, open konsole and enter this:

pisi list-components

Have a nice day Wink
8  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hi from the Turkey on: May 04, 2009, 12:45:50 PM
Welcome aboard, Yasar!

To all: is it possible to create a poll on this forum? I mean, concerning the materials which need translation from Turkish most badly  Smiley ...

If you do that I will need to try to get more Turkish people to this forum. I have authorization to add things on http://www.pardus-linux.org/, at main page as news.
9  General / Wish list / Re: Blackberry sync using Barry on: May 04, 2009, 12:40:33 PM
Yasar
Welcome to the forum: it is nice to have a native Turkish speaker amongst us.
Thank you for your help on this thread  Cheesy
FYI, most of us are aware of bugzilla and requesting packages: when I mentioned opening a request, this is what I meant! Wink

oww, I didn't know that you know. you should make a request than.
10  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Build Your Own Package (from independent source) guidelines on: May 04, 2009, 10:49:28 AM
I gave PisiYap a try...but...mmm..I will patiently await a wiki, after having completed all fields nothing seems to happen upon pressing the Create button.
Perhaps I overlooked something...


Hi,
pisiyap should be working just fine if you filled all the blanks that needed to be filled. After you clicked create button it should produce pspec.xml, actions.py and other files if needed. After that you should edit pspec.xml and actions.py for further needs. For example adding dependencies for that package may be your further need. You can find all the tags you can use on pspec.xml here. There is also a complete documentation for modules that can be used for actions.py but unfortunately it is in Turkish. If you still interested you can find it here. After you completed all required editings you should open konsole, go to the directory which includes your pspec.xml and than type

"pisi build pspec.xml"

if there isn't any mistakes, you should see your .pisi file at the same directory as your pspec.xml.

I just want to remind that pisiyap was developed just to make pisi packaging a little bit easier. If you want to make succesfull pisi packages with pisiyap, you should already know how to make pisi packages without it. You can find all pspec.xml and actions.py files of all official pisi packages here to get an idea about pisi packaging
11  General / Tips and tricks / Re: How to request pisi packages from developers on: May 04, 2009, 10:33:52 AM
There was a mistake I did when I use url adding things. I fixed them now.

Have a nice day Cheesy
12  General / Tips and tricks / How to request pisi packages from developers on: May 04, 2009, 08:09:00 AM
Hi you guys Wink

We often want some pisi packages for the applications we need, don't we. For that purpose we ask for them from forums so that people who can do it may do it right? Yes that works fine,however, we can request pisi packages directly from the developers too. In this link it explains how to do it.Unfortunately it is written in Turkish so I will briefly explain how it is done.

It is done by using Pardus bugzilla. First of all, one should register for bugzilla. When you go to registration page, you need to put your e-mail adress into text field you will see there. After that you'll get confirmation link via e-mail. It is also in Turkish but don't bother with that. Just click the first link (which should end with =request_new_account, not the one ending with =cancel_new_account). You will be asked for your real name and pasword for your account. After you finish with that, you are ready to log into Pardus Bugzilla.

Now log into bugzilla using your e-mail adress ("e-posta adresi" in Turkish) and password ("parola" in Turkish). After that you should click the link which lets you to add new entity which named "Yeni bir hata raporu girişi" (it means something like "Entering a new bug report"). After that you see categories listed with both Turkish and English explations. We need to choose "Paketler / Packages" one. It will take a while to load the page, be patient... After you see the page, you will need to fill some blanks as you can guess Smiley I will explain what means what right now.

"Sürüm" ==> Version (If you are using most up-to-date version, it should be "Pardus 2008.2")
"Bileşen" ==> Component (You should select" _yeni paket" one which means new package, it is at the end of the list.)

Other ones except "URL", "Özet" and "Tanım" are the ones we don't need to change so I won't explain them right now.

"URL" ==> URL (You should enter homepage of the package you want to request here)
"Özet" ==> Summary (Brief explation of the package you want)
"Tanım"  ==> Definiton (You should put nice features of the package you want and explain why should it be packaged.)

After you fill all essential parts, you need to click on "Gönder" button, which means "Send" in English. After you do all of that your request will be sent to developers. They will make the package when they got time. But you should know that not all the requested packaged will get packed. Main reasons for that:
  • Inappropirate licensing
  • Lots of dependencies
  • Not being compatible with Pardus
  • Not being good enough for Pardus/Not worth packaging.

At the last part of the "How to request Pisi Packages" page it says that: Up to the time this document have written developers packed 358 pisi packaged. So do NOT hesitate to request. Take care...
13  General / Wish list / Re: Blackberry sync using Barry on: May 04, 2009, 04:20:37 AM
I ll ask for that package in Turkish forums, I guess ıt will be packed up and put on users repo after couple of days.

Modification (two post made into one):

by the way, I made a little research about that program, it has lots of dependency. If someone wants to make a pisi package, s/he needs to make pisi packages for all the dependencies too, which is lots of work. I am not sure if someone would try that Sad

And you may want to check this 
14  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Hi from the Turkey on: May 03, 2009, 09:35:54 AM
Well, I am glad to help on anything needed, but ozgurlukicin.com is huge platform for me to translate, but tell me if you need anything particular.
15  General / Introduce yourself / Hi from the Turkey on: May 03, 2009, 09:21:46 AM
Hi,

I am Yaşar, from Turkey. I am Open Source fan and a Pardus user. When I was first see this forum I said that "Hey, how come I didn't realize this forum before." so I just signed up Cheesy

I am waiting for your warm welcomes...

Have a nice day...
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