Distribution Release: Pardus 21.0
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Pardus is a GNU/Linux distribution jointly developed by the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) and National Academic Network and Information Centre (ULAKBİM). The Debian-based distribution has published a new version, Pardus 21.0, which features several key updates. An English translation of the project’s release notes (in Turkish) reads: “Enjoy the most up-to-date and stable versions of software such as Firefox, Libreoffice, Thunderbird, VLC Media Player in the Pardus operating system that comes with Linux kernel 5.10. As well as these software, the Pardus Power Manager can be seen on the battery life of power management on laptops. With Pardus USB applications, you can format your USBs and write disk images. Using the Pardus Software Center, you can download very popular applications to your computer. The Debian-based package management system has special improvements, security, and innovations to Pardus thanks to the weekly updates via package repositories.” The distribution is available in three editions: GNOME, Xfce, and Server. Download (pkglist Pardus-21.0-GNOME-amd64.iso (2,427MB, SHA512), Pardus-21.0-XFCE-amd64.iso (2,317MB, SHA512), Pardus-21.0-SERVER-amd64.iso (883MB, SHA512).
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