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16  General / Wish list / Re: How about a roadmap page on: October 25, 2007, 21:25:23 PM
I'm supporting this idea.

You can't get information about current status of work, planned future features of Pardus etc.

Even the developer's blogs at "planet.pardus.org.tr" are updated just from time to time.

Let's do it!
17  Assistance / Software / Re: enabling compiz on: October 25, 2007, 08:20:42 AM
It seems that running fusion-icon does the job: it let's you change the window manager either kwin or compiz, and the changes last.

You can put this,  to have fusion-icon run automagically with every KDE start:

cd ~/.kde/Autostart
ln -s /usr/bin/fusion-icon

Cheers
18  Assistance / Software / Re: enabling compiz on: October 23, 2007, 12:41:36 PM
In addition to the above problem, some icons which should appear in the system tray, beside the clock, are floating on the screen (in small windows).

Those are the "KPowersave",  "klipper" and "pisi" icons, while the Network applet and Kadu (a polish IM client) are OK.

A strange issue.
19  Assistance / Software / enabling compiz on: October 22, 2007, 14:53:37 PM
Hi,
I've installed following this: http://tr.pardus-wiki.org/NASIL:Compiz_Fusion_Kurulumu
It managed on my i810 laptop and it does "just-so-well".
During the install though, I've must have done something wrong, because it doesn't start automatically with the system. KWin is disabled, and I have to start compiz manually.
How to enable compiz to launch automatically?
Any help?
Thanks
20  Assistance / Hardware / pardus kernel on a dual xeon on: September 25, 2007, 13:59:35 PM
Hi,
I've recently installed Pardus on a dual Pentium Xeon server, which previously run openSuse.

I'd like to know if the default Pardus kernel is compiled for support dual processors (or multiprocessors generally)? Or do I need to download one? Or even compile one myself?

Thanks
21  General / General topics / how's the work going? on: September 24, 2007, 20:21:43 PM
Hi!
I just wanted to ask, if there are any news about the work's progress?
When will Pardus 2007.3 be available?
Will there be the server edition also at that moment?
Will it include the 2.6.23 -CFS kernel??

Would be great to hear something new.

Thanks
22  General / Wish list / mono 1.2.5 and newest monoDevelop on: September 21, 2007, 14:14:08 PM
please, please, please!!
Dear Pardus Developers,
update to the mono version (now 1.2.5.1) and add monoDevelop.

Thanks!
23  General / Introduce yourself / Hello from Poland on: September 01, 2007, 16:03:19 PM
Hi, my name is Piotr and I'm a teacher in a secondary school of Electrical Engineering in Opole, Poland.
I'm teaching some computer science and electronics related classes. I'm a hobbyist programmer too.

I found the way to Pardus through a review on polishlinux.org and through Python - my favourite, hobby language. The distro is great, keep the excellent work guys!

Cheers,
pettersolberg
24  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: setting up a Pardus server on: August 31, 2007, 16:53:51 PM
Tanks for the answers, we'll try the with XServer for the first (anyway, all the Windows based servers run with the GUI attached ).

The developers are working on a dedicated server version of Pardus slated for the end of this year or early 2008.
That's some great news. Can't wait for it.
25  Assistance / Installing Pardus / setting up a Pardus server on: August 27, 2007, 20:37:02 PM
Maybe this post should appear in some other section, but:

Is it possible to set up a Pardus installation for server purposes, but without the graphical environment?
We've got an older pentium xeon server with 512MB ram and I'm in trouble: will the hardware suffice for a default install?

We need a http, samba and simple student's applications server in our school's LAN (for ~70 clients).

Thanks for your opinions
26  General / General topics / Re: Translation on: August 27, 2007, 20:20:11 PM
It's great to hear about future development plans of Pardus.

I just think about starting to learn turkish Cool
27  Assistance / Software / Re: ActiveState's Komodo Edit and problems with national characters on: August 23, 2007, 22:46:09 PM
I installed it with their "download X.tar.gz, execute install.sh" installer, available from their website
http://activestate.com/products/komodo_edit/beta_download.plex#error
28  Assistance / Software / ActiveState's Komodo Edit and problems with national characters on: August 23, 2007, 22:09:20 PM
Hi!
I've installed Komodo Edit 4.2 beta 6 (the latest version) and I can't get it to properly read the polish national characters (it only displays one of them - "รณ").

I changed some of the configuration files of my Pardus 2007.2 installation to get the right "locale" information for Poland and it works fine for all the other software.

If somebody would give me any hint...
Thanks
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