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keenblade
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« on: March 02, 2007, 01:00:53 AM »

Hi, I want to try pardus. But I need some clarification.
    1- Are there any plans for 64 bit pardus? Please don't say 64 bit is not that useful or gives not much performance over 32 bit. I think sooner or later you will have to go for 64 bit. It is about choices not performance or usability.
    2- I'm under impression that pardus uses internally mostly phyton programing that worries me. Do I have to worry? Phyton is slow. Even gentoo which is my main distro tries to get rid of phyton programming. (ex: there are projects trying to replace portage like paludis vs.)

Please don't start phyton vs some other language war. I'm sure phyton is great, too. Even phyton manages to be lighning fast, I don't have plans to learn it. Life is short. I've chosen C++, ruby and prolog for my learning environment. I want to play with os and phyton is useless to me. These are just my considerations. Thanks.
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« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2007, 14:27:19 PM »

There is no 64bit version of Pardus yet and yes we are aware that some scientific programs will boost in 64bit mode. Its on the roadmap. About Python, our init system is written in Python and faster than the other implementation. When done right, Python is very fast.
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« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2007, 15:42:42 PM »

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... 64bit mode. Its on the roadmap. About Python, our init system is written in Python...

It's nice to hear 64bit Pardus is on the road map. I'm eager to try it when it's done.
Just for curiosity, what is preventing Pardus from compiling 64bit, even without optimization? Is it something related to init system? Almost every package compiles 64bit. Is it possible to try 64bit with some flags?
I don't know how pisi works, but I guess it can compile from source like portage on gentoo. I know Pardus does not depend on Gentoo anymore.
Also I wonder if Pardus is a binary or source distro?
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« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2007, 21:05:57 PM »

Pardus is a binary distro, but there is a contrib repo where you cam em (emerge) packages.
Pardus is super fast i dont know why many people says that python is slow...is the future in linux
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« Reply #4 on: March 04, 2007, 08:12:00 AM »

Quote from: "TSP"
Pardus is a binary distro, but there is a contrib repo where you cam em (emerge) packages.
Pardus is super fast i dont know why many people says that python is slow...is the future in linux

You can also add the source 2007 repository and compile applications that what you need

http://svn.pardus.org.tr/pardus/2007/
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« Reply #5 on: March 20, 2007, 06:15:01 AM »

Quote from: "keenblade"
Quote from: "cartman"
... 64bit mode. Its on the roadmap. About Python, our init system is written in Python...

It's nice to hear 64bit Pardus is on the road map. I'm eager to try it when it's done.
Just for curiosity, what is preventing Pardus from compiling 64bit, even without optimization? Is it something related to init system? Almost every package compiles 64bit. Is it possible to try 64bit with some flags?
I don't know how pisi works, but I guess it can compile from source like portage on gentoo. I know Pardus does not depend on Gentoo anymore.
Also I wonder if Pardus is a binary or source distro?


I second that, I tried Pardus, it's quick, I'd love a 64-bit version, then I would concentrate more on this distribution, in Canada, 64-bit is standard,
and becoming the only choice, 32 bits are low-end in cost, and fewer than just 2 years ago. Note I currently run, EMT-64 Intel 3.00 Ghz Dual Core,
I use OpenSUSE, Fedora, Mepis (rc2), Ubuntu, Sidux, all 64 bits.

Thanks for an oppurtunity to post on this topic.
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« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2007, 23:25:48 PM »

 I thought Pardus os was a x86 infrastructured os?Making it an os that runs more than fair with my amd processor?   Danm,   Well, Pardus runs as fast as a 64bit XP os that i also have in same machine.same disk0.
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