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Pisi Linux 1.0 RC2 Erdinc (Release Candidate 2) is finally finished.

Hi to all

My Name is groni i will you Present today the new Version of Pisi Linux

What is Pisi Linux?

Pisi Linux is a fork of the (PiSi-based) Pardus operating system and its unique technologies.

When it became apparent early in 2012 that for political/financial reasons, Pardus was to be abandoned, a small group of Turkish volunteers came together to preserve the unique features of Pardus. The name of this project is Anka (Turkish for Phoenix). Initially the Anka-Team believed the fork could be named Pardus-Anka. Ultimately this was not possible - hence re-branding to Pisi Linux as a reference to Pardus and its package system PiSi (Pisi is Turkish for kitty).

After a long and difficult process to eliminate errors and to update software 
we are now able to produce a new release candidate to Present.

the version Pisi Linux 1.0 RC2 Erdinc (Release Candidate 2)

With on board are:
Pisi, Çomar, Yalı, Kaptan, Panda, Management Tools
(Package Manager, Service Manager, Firewall Manager, User Manager)
Linux Kernel: 3.12.13
KDE: 4.12.3
Mate: 1.6.2
Mozilla Firefox: 27.0
LibreOffice: 4.2.1.1
GIMP: 2.8.10
Calligra Suite: 2.7.5
Clementine: 1.2.1
Qt: 4.8.5
glibc: 2.18
binutils: 2.32.2
coreutils: 8.21
and 6000 other packages.

Pisi Linux is translated into 14 languages​​: 
English, Dutch, German, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Croatian, Swedish, Ukrainian, Polish and Portuguese (Brazilian).
Translations into other languages ​​will follow.
System Requirements: 
64-bit processors
At least 2 GB of memory and 12 GB of disk space (during installation disk partitioning step "Manual partitioning" option is recommended)
Create a swap space for Pisi Linux is recommended. (Can be done during setup, you use twice the amount of memory is recommended.)

Finally the version of Pisi Linux 1.0 Rc2 able to see this dream together ... We're dedicated to  Erdinc Gültekin

you can look to more Informations at the Homepage from Pisi Linux

http://www.pisilinuxworld.org/

Sorry when you found here some spelling and grammar errors, my Mother tongue is German.

Greetings
groni


 

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