miércoles, 27 de marzo de 2013

Pardus 2013 Is Here!

Finally, the big Turkish cat woke up from its sleep and now it arrives in four flavors:  KDE and GNOME, both for 32 and 64 bit computers.

The problem is that the distro is only available in Turkish for the time being.

Still, I am downloading it to check it out.  Hopefully, I can get to test it in spite of my nonexistent Turkish skills.

If you want to give it a try, you may visit this page.

6 comentarios:

  1. I'm still resentful because it seems that Turkey's government does not want international users of Pardus, so I'll go for PiSi instead.

  2. Pisi Linux looks promising indeed, but I am fond of Debian based distros and I liked Pardus a lot...so it is just fair to give it a chance.

  3. I understand what you mean, but having it in Turkish certainly does not help. In any case, Prashanth wrote a review on it. See if it matches your experience.

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  5. You bet it was! I like his reviews: they are objective and informative. In fact, it was thanks to him and his last year review on PCLOS that I became a PCLOS user!