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1  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Change of standard sound-card on: July 15, 2007, 20:43:30 PM
I also have an integrated sound-card, and a PCI one. What I did was disabling the integrated one in the bios. This way, the OS only sees the PCI one.

I also dual-boot Fedora with Pardus (32bit). But this bios trick has been done a long time ago, prior to both installs...
2  International Pardus Users / French / Un système multilingue on: July 15, 2007, 14:28:26 PM
Bonjour à tous,

J'ai déjà posté ce sujet sur le forum Pardus-fr, mais peut-être aurais-je plus de chance avec la partie francophone du forum international.

Voici mon problème : Nous avons 2 comptes d'utilisateurs sur notre PC : le mien en français, et celui de ma femme en espagnol. A l'origine, j'ai réalisé l'installation de Pardus 2007.2 en français. Mon compte est donc parfaitement configuré.

Sur le compte de ma femme, en espagnol, toutes les applications KDE sont bien traduites, aucun problème, car j'ai d'abord téléchargé le paquet ES de KDE, et j'ai configuré la région avec Tasma.

Le problème est que OpenOffice et Firefox restent tout les deux en français sur le compte en espagnol.

Avec d'autres distros, telles que Fedora & Debian, il suffit d'aller dans le gestionnaire de paquet et de télécharger les paquets ES pour OOo & Firefox. Mais ces paquets ne sont pas disponibles dans les repos Pisi...

-Peut-être y a-t-il une astuce que j'ignore ?

Je vous remercie d'avance pour votre assistance.
3  General / Wish list / Language packs for OOo & Firefox in Pisi on: July 15, 2007, 14:25:55 PM
Hi all,

In order to have a multilingual system, the Pardus user needs to be able to install in one language, and afterwards, set up another user account in another language.

Today it is possible, but only for the KDE apps, as there are KDE language packs available in the Pisi repos.

I wish the Pardus devs would offer also the Firefox and OpenOffice language packs as well...

For my personal example, I installed Pardus in French, and then set up another user account for my wife in Spanish. KDE is completely in Spanish, however OOo & Firefox are still in French.

I would also add a request to include OOo spellcheck by default in the OOo language packs.

Thank you in advance.
4  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: OpenOffice and Firefox don't spellcheck on: July 14, 2007, 21:18:42 PM
In Firefox, spellcheck works like a charm, but in OOo, despite me having installed the OOo dictionary package in Pisi, there's still no spellcheck.

My question is : -maybe there was something to configure after installing the OOo dictionary package ?

Thanks in advance for your insights !
5  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Change locale on: July 14, 2007, 21:14:01 PM
You can easily change the locale for all KDE apps by searching your language's KDE package in Tasma. Afterwards, go to "regional & accessibility" and select your country. Log out & log in, and that's it !

Your problem will come (like it did to me) with OpenOffice & Firefox : They seem to stay in the language used during installation. There should be locale-package for both apps in the repos, I don't (yet) understand why they are not here...
6  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Multilingual system on: July 14, 2007, 21:11:00 PM
Hi all,

I have 2 users account on my PC, one for me in French, and one for my wife in Spanish.

As of all the KDE apps, there has been no problem at all, as I installed the KDE Spanish package, and then configured my wife's account in Tasma to be in Spanish.

The problem is with OpenOffice & Firefox. Both stayed in French (which is the language I used to install).

On most other distros (I currently use also Fedora, Debian & Ubuntu), you can go to the package manager and search for the Spanish package for OpenOffice, and the one for Firefox.

Not on Pardus.

-Is there a way around that ?

Thank you all for your time and your insights !
7  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: About the "administrator" user... on: July 14, 2007, 21:05:41 PM
Thanks, Willem, for your explanation.

Now about :
Off course you can unclick this only administrator right in Tasma.
I actually tried that, and I found myself locked out of my own root account, despite giving it my root password ! Some Pardus devs helped me out over IRC and it resulted I had to manually put myself back to the wheel group in /etc/group... It worked, but I had a little scare for about 20 mn !

I am not a security expert, so I won't pronounce any judgment over this issue.

I keep on using Pardus, it still gives me good impression, apart from a locales problem that I am going to discuss in another thread.
8  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / About the "administrator" user... on: July 14, 2007, 15:12:35 PM
Hi all,

I enjoy Pardus, seems like a fine distro. Everything works well on my desktop.

The only point where I would enjoy a clarification is this one : the main user is an "administrator" user, kind of like "root" himself  !!!

This particular point has been stirring heated reactions in the Linux world ( see it here, for instance : http://beranger.org/index.php?page=3k&categ=22&offset=0 )

My question is : -"is there a way to come back to a regular user account, without the root privileges, so that whenever there's a (important) decision to be taken, the system prompts for the root password ?"
9  International Pardus Users / Spanish / Re: ¡ Saludos desde la República Dominicana ! on: July 14, 2007, 15:00:42 PM
A mi me gusta el hecho que esta distro sale de un país "emergente", y que no sea comercial... creo que tiene mucho potencial !
10  International Pardus Users / Spanish / ¡ Saludos desde la República Dominicana ! on: July 13, 2007, 23:28:05 PM
Parece que son pocos los "Parduseros" de habla-hispana...

Aquí estoy, si otros quieren "resucitar" esta parte del forum...

He instalado Pardus 2007.2 hace poco, pero soy un usuario de Fedora. Me gusta la idea de este proyecto de Pardus porque no es comercial, ni viene de Estados Unidos...
11  General / Introduce yourself / Hello from the Dominican Republic ! on: July 13, 2007, 23:23:41 PM
After installing Pardus 2007.2 (dual booting with Fedora 7), I enjoyed it and found this forum... The project looks interesting, I'll participate in the forums.
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