The Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) development team is pleased to
announce the immediate availability of TDE R14.0.12.
TDE is a complete software desktop environment designed for Unix-like
operating systems, intended for computer users preferring a traditional
desktop model, and is free/libre software. Born as a fork of KDE 3.5 back
in 2010, TDE is now a fully independent project with its own personality
and development team, available for various Linux distros, BSD and DilOS.
This release comes with a new D-Bus based polkit authentication agent, new
markdown document viewer, support for HTML5 in Quanta, support for Let's
Encrypt certificates, some improvements to GUI options, better cooperation
between tdm and plymouth, fix for ICEAuthority ownership stealing when
using sudo, various other bug fixes and improvements. It also adds support
for Ubuntu Jammy while it drops support for Debian Jessie and Ubuntu
Trusty. C++11 is now allowed in the code base.
The full version of the Release Notes is available at
Additional information is also available here:
* TGW issue list
* Bugzilla bug list
* Detailed changelog
We would like to thank all the people who have contributed to the
preparation of this release and we are looking forward for further
contributions in future.