Pisi-based end-Pardus release is based on the free software community, developed by computer users to setup, configure, and use convenience on trying to provide their basic desktop requirements that aim to meet the end-user-oriented GNU / Linux distribution.
PiSi (Packages Installed Successfully, as Intended), was built from scratch to address some shortcomings of traditional package management systems. It features a modern, simple, compact and highly efficient design.
Compared to other systems, it is easy to learn to build packages for yourself.
Written in Python and uses XML for source files
Incorporates both low and high-level operations (a separate tool such as APT, YUM, URPMI, is not required)
Comprehensive CLI and GUI package management
LZMA compression and delta updates (saving time, bandwidth and space)
Utilizes Berkeley DB for fast database access
Starting out as a purely Turkish project, Pisi Linux has evolved to become an international community effort. Since 2012 its team and contributors can also be found in Poland, Germany, Russia, Holland, America and UK.
Pisi Linux is translated into 14 languages: English, Dutch, German, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Croatian, Swedish, Ukrainian, Polish and Portuguese (Brazil). Translation to other languages is on-going.
Screenshots Pisi Linux KDE
Video Pisi Linux KDE