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91  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Gtalk on: January 09, 2011, 12:00:42 PM
both gst-ffmpeg and gst-plugins-ugly are installed on my system
92  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Gtalk on: January 09, 2011, 11:56:34 AM
Yes Pidgin is in 2009.1 repo, I have added a direct link in the post above.

This might be of further assistance though perhaps a bit outdated:
http://www.google.com/support/talk/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=24073

And this:
http://lifehacker.com/5340632/pidgin-26-adds-google-talk-video-and-voice-support
93  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Gtalk on: January 09, 2011, 11:43:16 AM
At the Google website it only shows:
 32-bits .deb (Debian/Ubuntu)
 64-bits .deb (Debian/Ubuntu)
 32-bits .rpm (Fedora/openSUSE)
 64-bits .rpm (Fedora/openSUSE)

So I guess that is not yet available as tar.gz source package nor ported to a pisi package.

What I do know is that sometimes right issues get in the way and you can not start porting Google-owned software for distribution by yourself right away without the risk of legal action from Google.

So as far as the plug-in solution concerns I guess the answer is NO, but in a stand alone version (the software itself, not the plug-in) you might get things working in Pardus.
94  General / General topics / Re: Let Pardus become #1 on: January 09, 2011, 11:07:31 AM
E.g. when you open the January issue (PDF) of the e-zine http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/e-dergi/

you notice although it is in Turkish quite some funny facts to notice, things that are there but you were not aware of and things that make Pardus life more fun.

So in this ezine I read about a PISI package present in 2009 repo that is the Java version of the classical boardgame Risk (also called risk in the repo), and I read about the PISI package Clementine which appears to be a fork of Amarok.

Those things are nice to know and be noticed of, however you will have to get after the news by yourself and it is not coming to you in english. Nvertheless, perhaps the good part is that it increases curiosity  Cheesy Grin

You want to know what these turkish texts means don't you ?  Wink
95  General / General topics / Re: Let Pardus become #1 on: January 09, 2011, 10:50:02 AM
Well I think even more withholding Pardus popularity is the lack of english-laguage based news / e-zines. The forums are ok, and some Pardus user communities (like in Germany or France or Sweden) do a terrific good job, but the most interesting pages "close to the fire" (i.e. the Official Pardus website, Planet Pardus and the http://www.ozgurlukicin.com/ website that provides daily news but in turkish only) do not provide english pages or are updated far less ferquently then the turkish ones. When you compare e.g. Planet Pardus to its turkish equivalent the difference is striking.

Now Google Translate can be your friend in some circumstances but it is not ideal.

In other words, marketing outside the native-Turkish coimmunity is not high on the priority list.

However investing in good quality operating systems can pay out in the end...!

The demand for far more translations of news to english has passed this forum already quite some times, but no one has yet jumped in to this...  Sad

However popularity should not be an objective or goal by itself, should it?

The community (also in these forums) is ok and helpfull though still dependent on few people, hopefully in time more people that come across Pardus will stick to it and enter these forums, the more co-creation and co-experiences the better.
96  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Gtalk on: January 09, 2011, 10:42:19 AM
I guess that is possible by using Kopete, but I have no experience with that mnyself.

You might want to have a look in this turkish wiki page nd translate the page with Google Translate...

http://tr.pardus-wiki.org/NASIL:Kopete_ile_GoogleTalk_hesab%C4%B1_kullan%C4%B1m%C4%B1

From the images it looks like you have to choose to add a Jabber account and enter the Google (Talk) account data there
97  General / General topics / Re: Let Pardus become #1 on: January 09, 2011, 10:10:25 AM
I hope Pardus can be among the top ten in Distrowatch list some day. Smiley

yeaj, but then as a spin-off of all work and effort put in (autonomic growth) and not as the result of a beauty-contest or a popularity test in which hundred-thousands of people echo each other as a group of sheep  Grin
98  General / General topics / Re: Let Pardus become #1 on: January 08, 2011, 20:43:39 PM
I agree and have already adjusted the News header above  Cheesy Cool
99  General / Wish list / Re: Remastering / Pardusman on: January 07, 2011, 16:00:07 PM
My choice is what I choose to do, and if I'm causing no harm it should not bother you.Your choice is who you choose to be, and if your causing no harm then your alright with me.







Mmmm, a ghost writer?Exact the same weird phrases a year ago in this forum.
100  General / Wish list / Re: Remastering / Pardusman on: January 07, 2011, 15:58:30 PM
Well for the people that are (unlike me) already advanced remastering engineers I wondered: how do you know which packages are minimal required to build a system that is running, or does PardusMan let you know by itself when essential components are missing?colon cleanseSolar installers sacramento areaSo how do you build a customsied ISO, let's say an ISO with Pardus and only multimedia applications for example?


My choice is what I choose to do, and if I'm causing no harm it should not bother you.Your choice is who you choose to be, and if your causing no harm then your alright with me.

I do not have the slightest idea what this posting is supposed to mean? Did I offend you in anyway or what.?

All I did, some time ago, was ask for some advice on how one can build a customsied linux in this case Pardus version, since I do not have the knowledge which components are requierd and which are not.

And then out of the blue you come with this posting. Who ware you and what is the reason that you start suggesting one should not harm another, what is te harm anyway? And what relates you to the subject Pardusman?

Your reaction gives the impression that I in some way really offended you? I really do not understand why?Huh?

Confused here. Please be more precise and concrete and clear up things.
101  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Posting Images on: January 05, 2011, 08:53:27 AM
When you hit the reply button (or post a new message) there is a link beneath the textfield called "additional Options" here one can attach certain file formats to the message.

However this is highly UNrecommended because when users post lots of attachments it takes up quite some space on the server where the forum is hosted.

The most preferable way to include images in a posting is to upload them elsewhere (e.g. flickr, Picasa or your own domain), and then include the image file in your post by copy and pasting the URL of your image between two code tags, like this:

Code:
[img]http://www.youdomain.com/yourimage.jpg[/img]

Note that unlike in HTML the tags are in straight brackets [ and ] and not in < and >
102  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: How Do You "capture" the desktop?(Solved) on: January 04, 2011, 22:52:00 PM
which makes us all curious for you to show us your desktop then?  Grin

just post your snapshot here
103  General / The Pub / Re: Thank You atolboo.... on: December 28, 2010, 21:11:31 PM
Thank you !

104  Assistance / Software / Re: [SOLVED] Scribus for Pardus 2009 on: December 11, 2010, 12:00:08 PM
Scribus says Desktop Publishing on Linux is ‘Not Impossible’

Scribus project approaching stable version 1.4, most recent release is version 1.3.9

Personally I still have to dive in this (again), should spend more time using it, a nice DTP solution in Linux (but actually cross-platform) and free.

105  Assistance / News & Announcements / New Pardus Corporate 2 Repositories and Migration on: November 05, 2010, 19:56:52 PM
Hi,

As you may already know, Pardus Corporate 2 switched to the new pisi (version
2.4) which required a mass rebuild of all the packages. The mass rebuild is
now complete both for x86_64 and i686 repositories.

Until today, the x86_64 repository was hosted by Canakkale University at
http://x86-64.comu.edu.tr. If you are a user of Pardus Corporate 2 x86_64,
when you update your system *two times consecutively*, you will transparently
migrate to the new package repository hosted in TUBITAK/UEKAE.

Seen that i686 (e.g. 32-bit) has much more users, we don't provide any
transparent migration way for the i686 repository until it's aggressively
tested. If you want to test the migration, you can change your repository
address to:

 http://packages.pardus.org.tr/corporate2-yeni/pisi-index.xml.bz2

and then update your system *two times consecutively*. You'll receive a
massive amount of updates as all the packages on your system will be
reinstalled with the new ones.

Please report back any issue you encounter during the migration.

Thanks for your patience,

---
Ozan Çağlayan
TUBITAK/UEKAE - Pardus Linux
http://www.pardus.org.tr/eng
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