Review on Linux Pardus (the Turkish Linux)

Sunday, September 14, 2008

I've never used Linux before (my computer for some reason just didn't let Ubuntu work and I gave up pretty quickly) but like to follow developments, especially distributions that have a very valid reason for existing besides mere personal preference. Pardus is one that apparently first came to being as an OS for people that speak Turkish. Here's the review. Apparently it's quite good:

Clearly a user and fan as well as a reviewer, Gommans wonders why the distribution is not better-known outside of Turkey, given its outstanding usability for beginning and advanced users alike.
And here are the languages it's available in:
You can install Pardus in Catalan, German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portugese and of course Turkish.
Should Pardus be getting more attention than it does at present?


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