My Pardus 2009.1 Experience
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"If you're a KDE fan but haven't taken Pardus Linux out
for a spin in awhile, maybe it's time you should. Yesterday brought
us Pardus 2009.1 which features the new hybrid .iso files, one of
the easiest installers around in YALI, a sweet KDE 4.3.4 desktop,
and growing number of available applications. I gave the new
version of Pardus a shot and here's what I found.
"Pardus 2009.1 includes the latest stable version of KDE 4.3.4,
Linux kernel 220.127.116.11, OpenOffice.Org 18.104.22.168, Mozilla Firefox
3.5.7, Gimp 2.6.8, Xorg 1.6.5 and Python 2.6.4.
"I had to cover installation because the Pardus installation is
unlike any you've experienced. The Pardus 2009.1 release includes
special hybrid .iso files that make installation even easier.
Download the .iso files and read the release announcement here.
Pardus is currently only available in 32-bit, however a 64-bit
effort is currently underway and should be seen around the middle
of 2010. If you can't download it, buy Pardus from the BeginLinux
cart for $1.95."