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121  Assistance / Laptop / Acer and Pardus on: November 16, 2006, 18:27:04 PM
I had an Acer Aspire 1310 laptop, with a Radeon videocard. No problems exept for the modem (it was a winmodem...). But it had no WiFi.
Tip: go to the shop with a live-CD, and ask if you may try-out the laptop from this CD.

122  General / Introduce yourself / Here is Jan on: November 16, 2006, 14:41:57 PM

After some problems with Pardus 1.1a3 I now installed Pardus 2003 beta, and everything runs as smooth as.... So now I am a happy Pardus-user.
I am male, 53 years old, live in Avenhorn (20km north of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands).
I work as a nurse in a psychiatric hospital, in the night-shift. During the nights at work I have plenty of time to play and work with my computer (Pardus is on my laptop). Maybe I'll use some of that time to write an article about Pardus for (the dutch) Linux Magazine, or for my own website ( http://www.gnodde.com ).
And if my help is needed for the development of Pardus: contact me (I am not a Linux-newbe and have published several articles in Linux Magazine).

123  Assistance / Software / Starting boinc as a service on: November 16, 2006, 13:37:40 PM
I'd like to run boinc (distributed computing) on my Pardus-computer. And I'd like to start boinc automagicly on the background each time I boot the computer, so boinc has to be started as a service.
On SuSE, Kubuntu and all those other big distro's I could do that with a script in the init-directory, but Pardus has a other way to start the services.
Can someone tell how I can do this, or give me a sample script to start a service (and tell me where I put that script...)?

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