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31  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: New repo? on: November 07, 2012, 00:18:05 AM
Hi guys, nice topic

I think we need to decide first on WHAT we will support, then decide on the repos to support it with, e.g. old machines like 386's  ( which chakra is dropping along with i686 ), if so , then we will want the older repo's like pardus 2008 if not, we just go with  the newer ones.

I see a shared repo of pardus and anka as a good idea , it would allow us to go forward with anka , and provide support for olde machines as well.

Adding a D.E. is only a problem in the building , and perhaps on its integration , after that ,only in its configuration.

As far as Solus
I see that as not a bad idea, but...
Ikey used scripts to copy debian , and converted them to a pisi format ( with all the fixes and patches that HE thought were proper ).
I believe the scripts are/will be available for as gnu software.
We might , after all , want to make our own corrections patches , etc and scripts are editable.


anglo
32  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Replacement for Pardus: Manjaro on: October 15, 2012, 17:47:18 PM
Good luck
 
and better luck with the suse switch
33  General / Tips and tricks / Re: alsamixer show other than default on: October 13, 2012, 19:27:12 PM




"Hi,
Not meaning to usurp the 'replacement for Pardus threads'  Wink  "

Still mind reading , timely as all get out

Continue usurping away.........XP

anglo
34  Assistance / News & Announcements / uefi on: October 11, 2012, 18:30:16 PM
For those worried about Linux in regards to uefi , this article should allow you to rest easy :
http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/news/uefi-secure-boot-key-provided-by-linux-foundation
35  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Replacement for Pardus: Manjaro on: October 08, 2012, 16:32:22 PM
Playing with it now ,based on James T recommendation,
So far ( 10 hours since install ) I've not had hardware problems ( damned nvidia and all that ), came up with my main time wasters (firefox thunderbird, xchat , and pidgin ) already installed and current . Seems to be replete with tools ( console and gui ) ,
Doesn't get stupid about passwords ( like every other keystroke )
Oh yeah , switched to Enlightement and got the basics , seems to be as solid as kde or gnome ( xfce "just worked" )
The installer must be that ( " a few rough edges,"  ) but it worked.
AND it works acceptably on a ol' one lung P4 with hyperthreading

Just early days , but nice catch James T , gonna have to work to complain about this one
36  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Pardus 2011 with Enlightenment on: October 02, 2012, 02:14:36 AM
all of them   Wink 

if you want have special e17 modules, please tell

Busy man.
You may regret having said that XD
anglo
37  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Pardus 2011 with Enlightenment on: October 01, 2012, 18:46:35 PM
32 bit , or 64 bit Erdinc?
38  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Replacement for Pardus: PCLinuxOS on: October 01, 2012, 10:31:45 AM
Atolboo what are the pros against Mageia?
The margin of Pclos over Mageia is very small.
There KDE implementation is slightly better.
And there implementation of the Control Center also.
Packages in the repo are packed with better support/details.
Examples:
You can install the latest VB with the 'Get Oracle VM Virtualbox' script and it does also installs the extension pack automatically with it.
Kdenlive automatically comes with the XVid4 .avi rendering option.
Of course there will there will be exceptions with respect to packages.
There reaction to problems here and here is outstanding compared to Mageia here.
There is still a problem with automatic resolution detection of my HP LP2475w monitor.
As that can be set manually, it's not a show stopper.

SolusOs: I miss KDE there and is still very young.
Chakra: My experience is that it's rather unstable with there packages and still very young.
Sabayon Linux: Uses Gentoo testing and how stable is that.

But I never get PCLinuxOS Live CD running. Every time it stops at the moment searching USB (something).
It is the only Distro where I get this. So never get the change to test it.
I never got that problem and you can also test there reaction to your problem.

Most of these concerns are valid Atolboo ,but temporary  (and changeable ),I would hate to see the master of P3 * go and get  old ,and fat and rusty.


* ( P3 = Pisi Packaging Powers )
anglo
39  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Replacement for Pardus: PCLinuxOS on: September 29, 2012, 05:00:35 AM
I guess that is just what Pardus is for me, a show stopper. 
If you can't have the best , everything else will just have to do
anglo, I'm surprised you haven't tried Snowflake.  It is Debian-based, maybe that is why, but it implements the I17 desktop. 

Mind reading now? atm I'm using "Snow Linux' with it's E17 ( Americans spell funny ), a good distro for a Canadian
Still using Pardus, Pardus original on one partiton and Pardus Anka on another.
One way or another , I will be using pisi, pardus(anka) again,just not in a rush
40  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Replacement for Pardus: PCLinuxOS on: September 29, 2012, 04:50:22 AM
I have said it before, linux is linux , and none of the varieties are perfect.
I'm here for the community , it's the people that come here that attract me .
So I can endorse Dirse's idea.
anglo
41  General / Tips and tricks / Re: Replacement for Pardus: PCLinuxOS on: September 28, 2012, 19:26:06 PM
Currently , I'm looking at distros that are using Pardus technology ( as a theme ).
Best that I can tell , that would be Chakra ( Plymouth ), and SolusOs ( Pisi ). If this continues , we may have to name change this site to "Pisi World Forum" and then we can tell all the other distros "pisi on them "

( ok ok , bad joke )
SolusOs , at least is stable , has a good community , and it installed easily on a machine with only .5 Gig memory. This is early days , so I haven't found any show stoppers.,,,,,,,,yet.
Anglo
42  General / The Pub / Re: Antitrust Investigation Against Microsoft in Turkey on: September 27, 2012, 14:23:14 PM
This is actually old news, going back half a decade. It is enlivened nowadays:
http://www.takvimhaber.com/haber/bilim-teknoloji/13122-linuxun-yayilmasini-kim-onledi.html

Turkish Antitrust Authority (Competition Board) is investigating Microsoft for using unfair competition tactics against Linux in Turkey (I am using broad legal terminology, mixing American & European legal terms).

The boss of the Turkish company "Gelecek A.S." ("(The) Future Inc.") has started the fight years ago. In the meantime, his company has died (dissolved & under liquidation), but the legal investigation against MS is going on.

Turkish Antitrust Authority is somewhat like a government agency, but also independent (like FDA, FCC, SEC, etc. in the U.S). It is one of the strongest governmental bodies in Turkey.

The funny thing is, current Turkish government (the prime minister, his cabinet, limited circle) is pro-Islam (actually, liberals / conservatives economy-wise, outright capitalists). Yet, there are more "pro-Islam"s in Turkey (but, not like those fundemantalists in Afghanistan). And, these side with the left-wing! Hence, Linux / free software is supported by these pro-Islams (mixed with Turkish ultra-nationalists, softer Kemalists, harder Marxists, all in a hub).

Let's see the outcome of this investigation. There is already a crack within the Turkish government as to "who is more Muslim, real Muslim and, who is more national?"

I hope Linux benefits from all this Babylonian Towerish atmosphere. God works in mysterious ways Wink


This will be interesting to watch
43  International Pardus Users / Spanish / Re: Monitoreo de Redes? ( Solucionado ) on: September 21, 2012, 22:55:55 PM

Gracias, Tico, no tenía ni idea de que Ntop se puede leer a través del navegador!
anglo
44  General / As seen on the internet / Re: A new distro: Debian under another name and brand on: September 17, 2012, 00:45:01 AM
I am a bit reluctant as SolusOS concerns because so much seems to be dependent on just one excellent person? Or is that a statement you regard as too simplifed?

As far as I understand it , he has some others working with him on the original Solus o/s, I imagine that some will be helpingwith the new one  later.
anglo
45  General / Wish list / Re: What I want on: September 15, 2012, 17:17:46 PM
What is VL-7 Huh?

Vector linux ver. 7

a Slackware derivative
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