Originally Posted by uid313
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Oh the irony... THE IRONY, IRONY!!
Another well researched article I see.
Code hacks like this should not be have left Timothy Pearson's house... Might be Enterprise ready in Redmond towers but no where else
Perhaps Michael meant "living dead"
Razor-Qt is where it is at for lightweight... Love how you can choose to run it on OpenBox or Kwin, etc. ...
Still would like to see the return of resizeable system tray icons to KDE 4.xx (perhaps - due to popular demand - in KDE 5.xx ???)
does this run on wayland?
No. And it won't since it's based in Qt3.
Originally Posted by boast
This is not true.
Originally Posted by birdie
You can still compile legacy KDE3's unmodified applications with Trinity's QT3 and TDE libraries.
What do you mean "they broke backwards compatiblity with older distro" ?
Originally Posted by Sidicas
The source code itselft is not "compatible" with specific distribution or a specific graphic driver. You can build it on any distribution you want ...
In fact, every distribution that can support KDE 3.5.10 can support TDE, the prerequisites are the same.
The earlier versions of Trinity Desktop (3.5.12) supported and ran on Debian Lenny.. The later versions of Trinity Desktop did not (3.5.13).
Originally Posted by PunisherHD
I e-mailed the founder of Trinity Desktop and he said exactly this:
So they broke backwards compatibility from 3.5.12 to 3.5.13.. So one would have to run Debian Squeeze to run 3.5.13... It's even right on the Trinity Desktop homepage. Anyway I looked at it, I was forced to upgrade my Linux distribution so I just upgraded to Debian Wheezy (Testing) and grabbed KDE 4.8.4 along with it. I don't have complaints with KDE 4.8.4 compared to KDE 3.X, I really like the new network manager. I don't prefer the open source graphics drivers compared to the old Catalyst drivers, but I can live with them.
Originally Posted by TrinityDesktop
Last edited by Sidicas; 09-11-2012 at 08:45 AM.