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1  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Installing & Running Pardus on: May 28, 2011, 19:16:46 PM
I have just downloaded Pardus 2011 with a view to installing it on a 20Gb spare disk on my computer, so that I can complete anOU Linux course. Because I use the computer a lot, and cannot afford to have it malfunction because of any mistakes that are made. I therefore require help on the following points

1. Can the Pardus iso file be burnt to a rewritable DVD so that I don't have to print out a new label every time I download a new version.

2. Is is possible to run Pardus directly from the DVD before it is installed, so that you can actually get used to it before finally installing it on the spare hard drive, as you are able to do with some other distros

3. How easy is it to intall it onto a seperate drive as opposed to a partition of an existing drive

4. Does YALI automatically create a duel boot system automatically, or do you have to create one, and if so, how?

Thanking you in anticipation of a speedy reply

deerb
2  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Two Disk Duel Boot Installation on: May 12, 2010, 18:56:31 PM
I wish to set up a duel boot system on my new computer with two seperate hard disks, one with preinstalled Windows 7 (sorry for having to mention it), and the other with Pardus Linux. I have downloaded the ISO file, and burned it on to a rewritable DVD. The wiki installation instructions only cover partitioning a single hard disk. If, as planned, I install Pardus to its own disk, will I still be able to select which operating system I wish to use when booting up, or will I have to install Pardus in a different manner

I am a complete newbie, and am trying Linux for the first time, so please forgive my ignorance

deerb
3  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Newbie needs a lot of advice on: October 22, 2009, 19:18:38 PM
I wish to try and upgrade to Pardus Linux from Windows XP, as I was very impressed with its reviews and wish to use both KBasic and Kdenlive which is why I picked a top KDE distro
However, I know absolutely nothing about how to burn the iso file (or what it is) to a rewritable DVD (I prefer a rewritable so I can burn an updated version of the OS) , how to partition the system, or how to install programs such as those mentioned above
I would gratefully receive any help so that I can install Pardus with the minimum of fuss
Please forgive me for my ignorance

deerb
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