Ok, I was a bit irritated. Excuse me. So, to your questions and remarks:
I did install Pardus on a Fijutsi-Siemens Scaleo, memory 256, 55 GB harddisk. Don't know the processor-speed, at least to run Windows XP on it also properly. Did run ok, also with Windows XP, until installation of Thunderbird. I looked for Thunderbird in the Package Manager (grafic, I didn't use any command lines/console, so I have no output of the command line) first but could not find it. So I downloaded it (www.mozilla.com
) Then started PM again, wich did find Thunderbird. 209 'dependend' packages were needed. It took approximately 3 hours to install. Then it sticked after the configuration of the last package, I mean: it kept running without doing anything, the program didn't end/stopped itself. I did not know what to do so I stopped the system the proper whay (though, had to do it 2 times. The first time PM ended, the second time the system shut down).
By the way, PM did report some conflicting files before installing Thunderbird and asked tot remove them. I did answer 'yes'.
After that I started up my desktop but Pardus didn't go any further than the 'blue' screen (with 'Pardus' on top) and doesn't go further to the graphic part/shell with the login of users etc. Nothing works here so it seemed, so I had to shut the desktop simply down by pushing the on/off button. That is why I installed it again: it didn't work anymore. And did the whole thing (installing Thunderbird etc.) again. Same result.
About the Turkish help-files: yes, the command-lines and 'buttons' are in Dutch. But pushing the help-button in the menu I only got Turkish texts. And also the texts of the categories and the packages are in turkish. Is it advisable to download and install Pardus in english next time?
If I have to intall Thunderbird by the command line, please help me where I can find any instructions.