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1  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Automatic Activation of internet connection at startup or after router reboot on: March 01, 2011, 12:33:05 PM
Well I know Cheesy I'm a linux noob and I should have tried another distro before
but I wanted to discover linux through pardus
I really want to discover pardus specific configuration, specific features (the old and hard way Tongue)
for instance I discovered that pardus didn't use etc\rc.d directory for init processes like other distros ( thx to mudur.py)

I want to be actif here and to encourage people to try pardus, but I have to prove it to them.

This connection problem is really annoying me plz plz help
2  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Automatic Activation of internet connection at startup or after router reboot on: February 28, 2011, 19:42:12 PM
Note : I installed pardus 2009.1 and upgraded it to 2009.2, does this make any difference?
No, P2009.1 is automatically updated to 2009.2 Grin
You can check this in Systeminfo (= konqueror > sysinfo:/)

I checked it Smiley (2009.2 in deed)
Maybe if I provide some network info, the problem will be clearer  Roll Eyes


network essid : hided(the admin chose to hide the sid)
security type : WPA
network setting : use DHCP
Name server : Default

3  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Automatic Activation of internet connection at startup or after router reboot on: February 28, 2011, 14:38:18 PM
I'm using pardus 2009.2 .......
I am using it too on my MSI Wind U90X-037EU and don't have this behavior.

For P2011 there is >this post< and I don't think there is a similar setting for P2009.


Thank you for the reply

I checked the bug twice and it's always reproducible.
My main need is to monitor a remote PC and to have the ability to reboot it remotely.

Note : I installed pardus 2009.1 and upgraded it to 2009.2, does this make any difference?
4  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Automatic Activation of internet connection at startup or after router reboot on: February 25, 2011, 12:03:24 PM
Good morning,

I'm using pardus 2009.2 and I connect to the net through a wifi router.
I have set up a new connection by using the network manager which is the tray.
The connection is perfect but the only problem is that I have to activate it manually every time the system starts up. Moreover, when the router reboots , the connection isn't automatically refreshed and remains offline.

I'm managing to install pardus 2011 so I wonder if the same question is relevant for it.
5  Assistance / Software / Re: Game crashes after upgrading Pardus on: September 16, 2010, 23:11:35 PM
thanks for the reply

I found the solution, when I upgraded pardus kernel package, the old fglrx driver can no longer assume 2D and 3D acceleration, so the game opens in a graphical window and after  second crashes.

So I deleted the fglrx driver package (in the package manager),
and then I installed the new fglrx driver from ati.com
and now the game works like a  charm
6  Assistance / Software / Game crashes after upgrading Pardus on: September 15, 2010, 21:58:09 PM
Hi eveyone,

I'm using Linux 2009.2

I used to play a game called "Eternal Lands" by launching the script downloaded from the game site,

Recently I  did an upgrade of Pardus packages, After this upgrade the game became unplayable (freeze after some seconds).

I wonder if someone has been facing such problem.

PS: After installing the game for the first time, I installed fglrx driver from pardus repos to be able to play the game.

Any clues?
7  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: Pardus 2009 as guest OS on a vmware workstation on: August 03, 2009, 20:18:44 PM
I did test this with P2009 as Guest_OS and modified the Wiki page.
The package kernel-module-headers isn't installed by default in P2009.
Thanks for reporting this problem.
And I need to do some other changes like copying VMwareTools-7.8.5-156735.tar.gz to the Guest_OS and then Extract to ...  Cheesy

thanx a lot for both your replies atolboo
I'm going now to install kernel-module-headers

 Wink
8  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Pardus 2009 as guest OS on a vmware workstation on: July 29, 2009, 19:18:13 PM
Hi everyone,

After installing successfully Pardus 2009 on a Vmware workstation 6.5.1,
I'm trying to install Vmware tools and I followed this tutorial in the wiki :
http://en.pardus-wiki.org/Installing_VMware#Installation_of_VMWare_Tools_files_on_the_Guest_OS
but I failed when it comes to the kernel headers location.

I think it's a common problem in all distributions but I wonder why it's working with pardus 2008 but not with 2009

Any help please
9  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2009 at july 17. on: July 17, 2009, 20:42:05 PM
Congratulation  Wink

I wish the new release will meet all pardus users aspirations
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