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1  Assistance / Software / Re: Is it possible to install apt get or use Debian packages? on: April 27, 2007, 10:24:33 AM
Dank u wel Willem, mijn Nederlands is niet goede.

I tried this command last week, but wine was not found in the repository, or maybe I didnt update pisi, anyway its working now.   Smiley
2  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: How can I get some help on: April 27, 2007, 10:19:40 AM
CLI was used in terms of the old Amiga computer and sometimes referred to in windows.

In Unix and linux we use a terminal and our command line is called the "shell", so in future you can ask for shell commands, from the console, or from a terminal (but we all know what you mean Smiley  )

You first need to know if your network interface has been recognised so you will type
as root:

You will see info for loopback and hopefully the first network interface, which will be called eth0.

If for example you want to statically assign an address of to your network card you would use

ifconfig eth0 netmask

Check with ifconfig or ifconfig eth0

This would set up your  NIC correctly.
Now you would have to add a default gatway, this is the address of your router,
this may be

route add default gw

you can check its been set with

route -n

Finally you need to set your ISP, DNS servers in /etc/resolv.conf   If the DNS servers are programmed into your router then you simply point resolv.conf at your router

The contents of file /etc/resolv.conf would look like


You can check if things are working by first pinging the gateway, then a wan address
ping -c4
ping -c4 www.google.com

Hope that helps.
3  Assistance / Software / Is it possible to install apt get or use Debian packages? on: April 25, 2007, 18:44:46 PM
I was looking for wine or winesetup for Pardus, but dont think it is available on Pisi.

Is it possible to install apt and use Debian repositories?

Thanks in advance.
4  Assistance / Software / Is bootchart Available for Pardus? on: April 22, 2007, 00:59:46 AM
Pardus seems pretty responsive and also fast to load.

Is there a version of bootchart available for Pardus, it would be nice to measure performance and maybe  stop some services loading to get an even quicker boot.
Thanks in advance.
5  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Comments on Pardus 2007.1 Install on: April 22, 2007, 00:57:21 AM
I read about Pardus through Linux Magazine here in the UK, decided to try it out.
Installation worked first time, flawlessly, full marks for everyone involved on the Pardus Team, I think other distributions could learn something from Pardus.

My primary partitions, include Solaris and FreeBSD, filesystems type bf and ufs2. EVERY
other linux distribution that uses gparted cannot be installed on my system without special preparation ( sometimes I have to change these file systems or hide them so gparted doesnt complain).

So far Pardus is the first linux system that has installed without me making any changes to my other installed system, well done to the Pardus Team!!
6  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: language problem on: April 22, 2007, 00:50:19 AM
Guys in your boot grub line there will be a command on the kernel line, mudur=language:en  check that this option is set. Heres part of my grub stanza for

kernel (hd0,18)/boot/kernel- root=/dev/hda19 video=vesafb:nomtrr,pmipal,ywrap,1024x768-32@75 splash=silent,fadein,theme:pardus console=tty2 mudur=language:en quiet

(I am multibooting, this is why Pardus is partition 19 in case anyones wondering.)
7  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: RE- English After Install on: April 22, 2007, 00:45:31 AM
Hi, Im not sure what you mean when you say "bring up PARDUS distro as an English version".

I have installed Pardus and it is in English for me, all kde  menues are in English, maybe you can change the locale in KDE control panel?
Hope that helps.
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