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16  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Is it possible to install tar.gz packages or rpm ? on: July 26, 2006, 07:02:54 AM
Quote from: "gdvbel"
I would like to install the vmwareplayer, which is available for Linux as a
tar.gz package or as a rpm package.

Is it possible to install this via the console, and what are the commands to do this ?

Is it possible to give all the details, because I'm an absolute beginner.

Or is it only possible to install pisi-packages in Pardus ?

Thank you very much for your answer

Sometimes ./configure, make and make install just don't work. In that case, you should read the README or INSTALL file to find out how to install it.
17  General / Tips and tricks / Basic commands for PiSi on: July 25, 2006, 15:52:24 PM
Only with Pardus comes a new package system called PiSi and of course it's command line options are different. You can find some of most usefull commands with their descriptions below:

To install a package from repository
sudo pisi it package_name

To install a package from a directory
sudo pisi it /where/ever/it/is/package_name.pisi

To remove a package
sudo pisi rm package_name

To make a pisi from source files(pspec.xml and actions.py)
sudo pisi build pspec.xml

To add a repository
sudo pisi ar http:/link/pisi-index.xml.bz2

To update a repository
sudo pisi ur repo_name

To remove a repository
sudo pisi rr repo_name

To list repositories
pisi lr

To get an information on a specific package
pisi info package_name
18  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Howto Nvidia Driver on: July 25, 2006, 15:14:27 PM
Quote from: "Willem"
And if it doesnt work with my card because of any reason and I can only work in the text mode, what to do then?

If you couldn't manage to configure xorg.conf with "nvidia-xconfig" command, you can do it this way:
Press Alt+F2 key combination and write
kdesu kwrite /etc/X11/xorg.conf

Then, xorg.conf file will open. Find the "Section Device" section and change "nv" to "nvidia" and if "RenderAccel" line is "false", change it to "true". Then save the file and re-start the X by pressing "Ctrl+Alt+BackSpace" key combination.
That's it.
19  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Howto Nvidia Driver on: July 22, 2006, 14:23:00 PM
Quote from: "Willem"
Don't you have to configure anything (xcorg.config) for 3d acceleration?

By giving the command "nvidia-xconfig" at end of the process, you already do configuration. So, it's not necessary to configure anything manually.
20  Assistance / Pardus Project / FEEDBACK on: July 21, 2006, 17:05:13 PM
Feedback collects various information (i.e level of satisfaction, hardware, feature ideas, etc) from Pardus users and sends these to developers in order to foster Pardus development and maintain a healthy user experience.




21  Assistance / Pardus Project / NETWORK MANAGER on: July 21, 2006, 16:55:04 PM
Network manager is a handy tool to manage all ethernet, wireless and modem settings. It's designed to be useful in mind, easily connecting to a desired network point in a matter of seconds. Network manager is written using Python and Qt libraries.


22  Assistance / Pardus Project / DESKTOP on: July 21, 2006, 16:53:10 PM
Desktop project aims make desktop environment more user-friendly, with softwares like TASMA (Control Center) and Kaptan (welcome screen).

Kaptan Desktop

Kaptan Desktop is an application program which helps to users when Pardus desktop enviroment works for the first time. While Kaptan giving the general information about Pardus, program also will set some default configuration for a better desktop.


TASMA is a graphical configuration interface which will work with the infrastructure of COMAR in the future. TASMA also may work with the choosen desktop enviroment KDE by using KControl modules

TASMA is the sum of infrastructure where modules are able to edit the pardus system by requirements , manage and show the modules.


23  Assistance / Pardus Project / PACKAGES on: July 21, 2006, 16:49:41 PM
"Package" is the name of a file that is specifically arranged for installing/removing applications to/from the system easily and independently.
The Packages project is responsible for determining which packages take place in Pardus, and forming the source code of those packages taking Pardus project objectives in account.


24  Assistance / Pardus Project / YALI on: July 21, 2006, 16:46:56 PM
YALI (Yet Another Linux Installer) is the first Pardus software a user encounters.
Basically, it recognizes the hardware and installs Pardus software from the installation media (i.e CD) to a hard disk partition user selects.
It has a high performance compared to other installers and we believe that YALI is the fastest graphical Linux installer on earth, thanks to PiSi package management system.


25  Assistance / Pardus Project / PiSi on: July 21, 2006, 16:40:22 PM
PiSi (Packages Installed Successfully, as Intended) (pronounced pee-see) is the package management system of Pardus.
It is the tool that installs, upgrades and removes the software packages successfully, as intended.
PiSi stores and handles the dependencies for the other packages, libraries and COMAR tasks. You may install and use software without being aware of the underlying technical details, not even the name of the application.
Tasks such as opening a new file type or serving web pages are just a click away with PiSi.

Some distinctive features of PiSi are the following:

    * Implemented in Python
    * Efficient and small
    * Package sources are written in XML and Python
    * Fast database access implemented with Berkeley DB
    * Integrates low-level and high-level package operations (dependency resolution)
    * Framework approach to build applications and tools upon
    * Comprehensive CLI and a user-friendly Qt GUI (distributed separately)
    * Extremely simple and fast package construction

    * How PiSi handles dependency: Dependency resolution in package management systems have a significance in that they are the key to providing system stability and internet upgrades. This document shows how PiSi resolves dependency problems.
    * PiSi packages version policy v0.2: This document explains the version policy that applies to PiSi packages.


26  Assistance / Pardus Project / COMAR on: July 21, 2006, 16:27:41 PM
ÇOMAR (pronounced chow-mar), is the COnfiguration MAnageR that helps the installed software operate consistently and flawlessly.
ÇOMAR knows the tasks that can be provided by each application, together with the functionality they depend on and other information.
Different applications may adapt themselves according to the presence and capability of their peers.

Source: http://www.pardus.org.tr/eng/projeler/comar/index.html
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