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1  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Hungarian locale in Pardus on: June 15, 2010, 03:20:03 AM
You don't have to edit /etc/profile.env. It is done automatically.

Selecting your language :
(1) in the configuration center > Region & Language> country & language
(2) in system-manager

should be sufficient, provided all the localized pakages have been installed (search for "hu" in package-manager to list them)

Hi! Smiley

Thanks for your answer, but systemsetting > Region & Language> country & language have no effect on base locale, and hungarian isn't official supported language in Pardus (system manager have no effect too), so i edit the profile.env file >> that's work for me as yet...  Tongue

Best regards!
Daniel
2  General / Tips and tricks / Hungarian locale in Pardus on: June 14, 2010, 17:14:59 PM
Hello!  Smiley

I try to make full hungarian locale in Pardus.

1. Install base "hu" packages: pisi update-repo && pisi it glibc-locales-hu kde-l10n-hu gimp-i18n-hu

2. I set "HU" by default system language in System Manager:

3.I modifity profile.env file in /etc directory. I rewrite "export LANGUAGE" && "export LC_ALL" to hu_HU.utf8


Restart my system, and i see "unkown language options "hu"" during the boot.

Open Terminal, and i typing "locale" command, all line set hu_HU.utf8, except "LANGUAGE" (this line is leer).


My Question: Is this correct method to set hungarian locale?  Huh? I dont want harm to my system. Tongue

Best regards and thanks for your help!

Daniel
3  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Faster Pussy Cat on: June 13, 2010, 14:06:23 PM
OK, I thought your post was about reiserfs.

Hello!

I use older, but (my experience) faster filesystem on Pardus: reiserfs


Yes, certainly.  Wink
4  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Faster Pussy Cat on: June 13, 2010, 13:26:25 PM
I agree with trixon. It makes no sense to replace ext4fs by reiserfs in your fstab file. Either you have formatted your partitions with reiser filesystem, and fstab has automatically been written accordingly, either you have formatted your partitions with the default ext4 filesystem, and editing fstab won't change that.

If you have ext4 partitions and reiserfs in your fstab, you are very, very lucky to be able to boot - actually it means that there is a bug somewhere !

I format my hard-disk to reiserfs and install Pardus (official support fs), default fstab generated by system, and i add to this mount-options (see the images). This fs tweak is not magic, it works, and yes: the system boot with this kernel line options (rootflags=data=writeback).

Best regards:
Daniel
5  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Faster Pussy Cat on: June 13, 2010, 12:32:47 PM
I cant find any fun in that. I guess that system will not boot at all.

See the linked image in my post: this is my settings and it perfectly works for me. I have default Pardus 2009.2 with reiserfs filesystem, and no more "exotic" options.

If you have problem with it, try to skip the data=writeback options in fstab and dont modifity the kernel line.

Best regards:
Daniel
6  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Faster Pussy Cat on: June 13, 2010, 11:25:45 AM
Hello!

I use older, but (my experience) faster filesystem on Pardus: reiserfs

1. Open Terminal and typing this command after login superuser: nano /etc/fstab and modifity /root and /home mount options

LABEL=PARDUS_ROOT    /     reiserfs  defaults,noatime,nodiratime,notail,data=writeback     0 0
LABEL=PARDUS_HOME    /home     reiserfs  defaults,noatime,nodiratime,notail     0 0


Save file and...

2. Always stay in Terminal, and typing this command: nano /boot/grub/menu.lst and modifity the end of kernel line:

rootflags=data=writeback


3. Restart and fun!  Grin

7  General / General topics / Re: A new Pardus 2009.2 review on: June 09, 2010, 16:42:21 PM
"The lack of Compiz effects was a bit of a let down. I am aware that KWIN effects are available, but in my opinion, they are nowhere near what Compiz achieves in terms of variety, flexibility and power." -Final Review: Pardus 2009.2

+1 for me. Tongue
8  General / The Pub / Re: KDE 3.5 will be further developed on: June 07, 2010, 21:46:25 PM
Hello together,

look therefore please here

I mean, it is very good.  Wink

Greetings
Andreas

Great news! Cheesy

I waiting for Pardus Corporate release with KDE 3.5  Grin
9  General / Wish list / Re: Kwin compisite effekt vs. Compiz in KDE on: June 05, 2010, 15:53:34 PM
Hi Daniel,

I wrote about your wish a Bug-Report  Wink

It would be good if you can added your Mail-Adress there, because then you will informed.  Wink

Greetings
Andreas

Thanks for your help! Cheesy

Again... Roll Eyes Grin

Daniel
10  General / Wish list / Re: Kwin compisite effekt vs. Compiz in KDE on: June 05, 2010, 09:34:37 AM

but the Kwin window-manager composite effects are slower than Compiz Fusion similar effects

I donĀ“t agree with you, have a look here:

Kwin video

O.K. but compiz fusion slow down your PC much more than kwin Cool

Hi!

I dont mean to "Kwin is so bad"; but at this time Compiz Fusion is better than Kwin. I know  every one of them this windows-managers, and my opinion Compiz F. is the best, and give better performance.

Daniel

11  General / Wish list / Re: Kwin compisite effekt vs. Compiz in KDE on: June 04, 2010, 16:35:59 PM
Hello Andreas!

Thanks for your help!

Daniel
12  General / Wish list / Kwin compisite effekt vs. Compiz in KDE on: June 04, 2010, 14:17:17 PM
Hi!

KDE 4.4.4 is good desktop environment, but the Kwin window-manager composite effects are slower than Compiz Fusion similar effects. I try many distros, but Kwin always slower than Compiz fusion and it have more custom options than KDE4 default wm.

I dont use many "eye-candy" effect on my desktop, but KDE4 is very ugly without composite skills. 

I mean, some people, like me prefer Compiz Fusion against Kwin wm.

Developer, can you help us to use Compiz F. instead of Kwin? Can you insert into Pardus repo in near future?

Thanks for the assist!  Grin

Daniel
13  General / Wish list / Re: Hungarian language on: May 31, 2010, 07:25:40 AM
@ bicskas,

this worte me the developer Ibrahim:

Code:
--- Comment #1 from H. Ibrahim Gungor <ibrahim@pardus.org.tr> 2010-05-30 22:40:55 CEST ---
I can't view worldforum. Can he contact me directly instead of opening a bug
report?

Greetings
Andreas

I write mail for Ibrahim.

Thanks for the assist, Andreas! Smiley
14  General / Wish list / Re: Hungarian language on: May 21, 2010, 15:37:52 PM
I am from Hungary. I and many of my Linux-user friends like Pardus, but my language is not official supported in this great OS: did you change this problem in the near future?  Huh? :'(

Hi Daniel,

I guess that you know how to install hungarian versions of glibc, kde and gimp locales, it is in the repo and it will make your system 90% hungarian.

If you and your friends would like to translate Pardus specific managers and other stuff, you are more than welcome to do so

Read
http://developer.pardus.org.tr/
Register at
http://transifex.pardus.org.tr/
Join
http://liste.pardus.org.tr/mailman/listinfo/pardus-translators


Good luck!

Great! Smiley

I try this!
15  General / Wish list / Re: Hungarian language on: May 21, 2010, 14:00:37 PM

I am from Hungary. I and many of my Linux-user friends like Pardus, but my language is not official supported in this great OS: did you change this problem in the near future?  Huh? :'(


Hello Daniel and welcome,  Wink Smiley

for your wish for hungary-language I wrote a Bug-Report

Greetings
Andreas

Great thanks!

I feel happy for this fast community-help! Grin
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