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1  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2011 + GNOME or LXDE on: April 28, 2011, 01:26:17 AM
I just installed the Gnome-i686 -Nisan-1 (32-bit) on this desktop. Very nice and everything I use is working. The screen resolution looks super. I did the updates and installed Chromium. At this point that's all I need to do. I have KDE in a desktop and Gnome is staying in this one. Thank you to all involved. Good job. This is one of the best desktops I have used. Smiley
2  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Benefits - 64 Bit Over 32 Bit on: April 16, 2011, 16:58:58 PM
afterburner (that happens with an 1 bit brain):
- a 64-bits os can't be installed on a 32-bit system (afaik).
- you can however install a 32-bit os on a 64-bit computer. it will work as a 32-bit system though.
this way 32-bit software which is not ported to 64-bit, can still be used.
- a 64-bit system supports more memory (32-bits goes up to 3GB).
- a dual boot may be a nice way to test both.

a nice article i found is http://www.tomsguide.com/us/64bit-win7-upgrade,review-1496.html


I have three desktop PCs and one notebook. All are AMD 64 bit. Two are X2 Dual Core. I use 32 bit systems. It seems much easier and programs appear more compatible. I have not noticed any significant difference in speed or any other performance issues. At that time I just felt 64 bit was the latest thing to use and I wanted to be current. When it’s time to purchase additional hardware I will still get 64 bit but, will continue to use 32 bit operating systems and programs until something changes.
3  Assistance / Software / Re: Google Earth-Solved on: April 15, 2011, 20:27:30 PM
Ali Imrek from the Ozgurlukicin.com forums, who is also the coder of a program called "Paso" (Installation builder for Pardus - http://github.com/alierkanimrek/paso) has a solution;
This is only a (more complicated) solution for i686.

My solution (build files, with to baho, can be >HERE<.
This one is made from the the .bin file, which is downloaded and executed during installation of the package.

atolboo you did it. After all this time and all my meager attempts. Thank you. Your method of installing Google Earth worked for me on my first try. Thanks dedebekri and John A for your help. Now I can use Pardus 2011 because it is my favorite. I no longer need to use something else just to get a program I want. I guess all I needed was to ask for help but I attempt to read the Docs and check the forums before and I did all that. I installed the 32 bit. Thanks again everyone.
Alex Grin Grin
4  General / General topics / Re: English PardusWiki on: January 09, 2010, 19:51:42 PM
The English PardusWiki is very sparse next to the Turkish Wiki if we could get some people to work on the English Wiki it would be great.  Grin Someone that could translate some of the Turkish Wiki would be great to get the English Wiki started, being new and all to Pardus I know some sparse info that I have learned from some of the other Distro's I have used.  Undecided So if you would like to help it would be very much pleased for new comers that I know are scared away because of scarce documentation.  If you do contribute something, Put your name under PardusWiki Contributors in PardusUsers.  Grin Maybe this will get some people motivated to work on the Wiki.  Give some feedback what you think about this and what not...

Edit: Whoops, if i said Turkish Wiki to translate to the English Wiki, I meant any Wiki Language that could get the English Wiki started. Sorry if I offended anyone. Undecided

Cheers, Tinke

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