Yeah, something a lot like that
. That's a real nice job.
I guess what I was thinking of is that:
Pardus is the easiest Linux installation I've ever done. (I've installed about six different distros, and failed at a few others, so I'm working off a bit of experience.)
Therefore, Pardus should be a prominent alternative for new Linuxers.
New Linuxers (I don't want to call them "newbies" or "n00bs" or whatever) might have trouble connecting to networks once they've installed Pardus, and I wouldn't be surprised if they would have a lot
of trouble finding the Pardus Wiki. (I know it took me a while.)
It would be great if (a) the Pardus home page linked to the Wiki, and/or (b) if a form of those installation instructions, maybe in .pdf, was available right from the home page. There is a link up there, but it points to installation of the 2007 model.
I'll certainly add to the Wiki if I find any holes I could help fill, but I won't try to improve on that installation guide. Thanks for pointing me at it.