Installation of Pardus 2011
You may see the instalation screens of Pardus 2011 below, which will be shown step by step. Installation guide will be here as soon as possible.
Boot your system withe Pardus 2011 DVD or USB and follow the screens hereunder
On tour on YALI (Yet Another Linux Installer):
the next part is under construction
This is a manual about the installation of Pardus 2011 next to Windows on your computer.
This manual is based on Pardus 2011.1 Dama dama 32/64-bit, which can be downloaded from here.
After applying this manual, you get a computer on which you get the choice of
to start at power-up of the PC.
When you plan to install Pardus Linux together with Windows (a so-called dual-boot system), it is advisable to have Windows already installed before you install Pardus.
In order to install Pardus it is necessary to resize the Windows partition. Although this process is nearly always without a problem, it is highly recommended to make a backup of your personal data on the Windows partition.
Look here for a manual on how to image(backup) a partition/disk to a remote computer and can also be used to store to a second (USB) hard disk .
Yali (Yet Another Linux Installer) is the installation program of Pardus. You don't need to be a Linux expert (although it doesn't harm....) to install Pardus with the help of Yali on your computer. For the novice Linux user it will be very easy to do.
Hint: connect and power up all equipment to your computer .
At  an active timer is shown. The selected language can be changed at .
When no keys are activated, the installation will start after ~10 seconds when the timer has finished.
After selecting another language, use the Enter key (2x) to start the installation.
At the bottom some other options for installation are shown with the corresponding Fn key.
The Linux kernel is loaded and some other stuff. It will take some seconds before the next screen is shown, so be patient.
This screen is about the GPL license of the Pardus software. You can read the GPL license at .
Of course we will put a mark at  and continue at Next