Pardus: A Linux distribution for the end user
Mar 17, 2010, 14:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Of course when I say leopard, with regards to anything
computer, you think Mac OS X. Not this time. This time we're
talking about a different flavor of Linux – Pardus.Pardus is
developed in Turkey and named after the Anatolian leopard. It's
goal is to be a complete distribution that new users can use with
little introduction to Linux. It takes advantage of KDE 4 and
offers a very user-centric experience.
"Pardus has a few features that most will have never heard of or
seen before. In this article I will introduce you to some of these
features as I introduce you to Pardus Linux.
"The installation of Pardus is really quite simple. Pop in the
install CD, answer a few simple questions, and your off and
running. It's not until you have logged in for the first time that
you will find anything really unique (other than the color scheme
and very well done graphics)."