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Pardus Linux 2009 International on my Thinkpad T60

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Well, if you really want to fall in love with a Linux distro, you got to try Pardus 2009 International. You got to give it to the Turks, they created the next great sensation in the Linux world with this distro. Move over Sabayon and Linux Mint, Pardus 2009 is awesome!!! To make it even better, they are one of the first distros to incorporate KDE4 that reminds me alot of KDE 3.5. The Pardus developers made KDE4 usable!!! Smile

Installing Pardus 2009 International is quite simple. Pardus’s eye candy is very similar to Sabayon Linux. After your first login, Kaptan will pop up. You will use Kaptan to configure the settings of your computer.

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