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« on: July 13, 2007, 22:49:03 PM »

This was referenced on LXer Linux news on my iGoogle home page.

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« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2007, 01:17:31 AM »

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« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2007, 18:00:56 PM »

With all respect to all the linux communities; PARDUS blew the ram sticks out the other Distro's.  I strongly stand on front lines with the Turkish Wild Cat,

 Yes indeed,A big thumbs up and BIG CONGRATS to our PARDUS elders and developers,and of course the Pardus community. As i been only running 07.2 caracal for a few days and 07.1 for some time, I can only say greater things about this operating system.
    There were some negative comments that pssed me off and then some more that just made me pss my pants from laughter.  Target Marketing Newbies? It's more like users and admin.users with old and new hardware are targeting Pardus for it's better operating system functionality online and off. After purchasing $2,300 of hardware i was convinced by "Distro's Watch" to install and try Pardus,fedora,suse,and Debian Knoppixs. Pardus blew the the ram sticks out the others! A *MEMBERSHIP*  users wheel problem, "All" online Operating systems are vurnable to security risks and "ALL" operating systems have glitches and bugs that are always being patched by developers.  And that Pardus is #48 in most used distro. Balony. Within the last 7 months on 3 random visits to Distro Watch website, Pardus was one of the top 10 most popular distro's. #48 bllsht,  i wonder where that inaccurate survey came from? Or are we still in Aquamorphic land?
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« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2007, 21:55:41 PM »

You are more than right Danho.
The only work we can do it to make it sure that Pardus is here to stay. It is easy to be a critic.

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« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2007, 20:05:05 PM »

I don`t no what is their problem with their security with Pardus? I love Pardus and it is for me the best alternative for all the other Distro`s.
I am so glad i found Pardus Linux and Hope and wish it will stay always.
keep on the good work, there is such a great team, and nice community.  Smiley

« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2007, 21:25:11 PM »

I've yet to have a security problem with Pardus, and I'm paranoid about security.  I was already well into using Pardus when I heard about the wheel group "problem".  I managed to find out a bit more about it, but I think I made Eran a tad upset.   Embarrassed  After sorting that out, I'm very happy with it and encourage others to give it a shot.
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