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31  Assistance / Download/Repos / Re: General Repo Questions on: January 27, 2011, 08:23:08 AM
Thanks for the info. If thats how it goes then I certainly will be one very happy Pardus user, which by the way is a truly fantastic distro. Thats one of the things I very much dislike about a couple of the distros out there that are very static with their repos and they are mostly just for security updates. Not gonna name names cause this is just an opinion and I am not a distro basher.
32  Assistance / Download/Repos / Re: Repos for 2011 on: January 27, 2011, 08:18:20 AM
Fantastic. Thanks so much for the info.
33  Assistance / Download/Repos / General Repo Questions on: January 27, 2011, 02:17:01 AM
Hey guys/gals,
So I am just wondering how the official repos work with pardus. I have used many different distros and many of them work differently and have different philosophies.
Are the official repos static or dynamic/evolving? Meaning the stuff that is in there, will programs, drivers, KDE be updated when new versions are released or will they stay the same? Other then security updates of course.
I am asking this because a new KDE 4.6 has been released, also some Nvidia drivers have been updated. There has been no activity with the official repo so far, no updates, no patches, and no security stuff. Is this normal in Pardus?
Thanks in advance.

34  Assistance / Download/Repos / Re: Repos for 2011 on: January 27, 2011, 01:38:30 AM
Would it potentially be faster to use the Mirror or perhaps the non-official repos for someone here in Canada? Also, thanks.

Also would is the best way of going about this? Add the new repo and just uncheck the "Official" one or remove it.
35  Assistance / Software / Re: .bin files on: January 24, 2011, 18:30:18 PM
well, unfortunately I can't directly give you a link to either of those at the moment. Braid is a game that I bought from the humble indie bundle so it's not really openly available. And the .bin for crossovergames is a release candidate that the general public can't get at the moment. However, I will send you a link to it once it's released, shouldn't be long. I will search for some others that are openly available to the public for testing purposes.
36  Assistance / Software / .bin files on: January 24, 2011, 05:40:53 AM
Hello once again guys.
Just wondering why Pardus doesn't use the GUI when installing .bin files like braid from the humble indie bundle or crossover games. It isn't that much of an issue as it's very easy to install it from the command line, but wouldn't it be easier if making the file executable then just clicking or double clicking brought up the installation like it does in other distros? Or does anyone know how to make this possible?
37  Assistance / Software / Clementine & ipod on: January 24, 2011, 05:36:59 AM
Hello,
just wondering if anybody else is having issues with Clementine recognizing when an ipod is mounted? It's a gen2 nano. I was looking it up and it should work with clementine, I made sure I have the prerequisites needed, they actually seem to come with Pardus.
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