# zypper install trinity-desktop
Problem: nothing provides 'libjasper.so.4()(64bit)' needed by the to be installed trinity-tdelibs-14.0.11-1.osstw.x86_64
Solution 1: do not install trinity-desktop-14.0.11-1.osstw.noarch
Solution 2: break trinity-tdelibs-14.0.11-1.osstw.x86_64 by ignoring some of its dependencies
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some packages of TDE I could install successfully and now the next one
would be tdelibs. But there is no configure-file. Am I supposed to use
autoconf to create one and which configure.* file should I use for autoconf?
I know that you're switching to CMake but I would like to do it with
make this time.
I tried to build the package tdemultimedia with cmake but it seems that
something doesn't go right. At first I ran cmake with the directory to
tdemultimedia and then went on with "cmake --build ." The result was
that the terminal only showed one line: -- Install configuration: ""
Do you know what the problem is?
I downloaded the source of tqt3 to build it but the build cancelled with
the following error:
In file included from qximinputcontext.h:68,
../../../../include/private/qt_x11_p.h:154:14: fatal error: ft2build.h:
No such file or directory
154 | # include <ft2build.h>
Do you know how to fix this? I installed the package libfreetype6-dev
like some people suggested on the internet but that didn't help me so
solve the problem.
which compiler version is used to build kontact-trinity and where can I
find this information?
I'm asking because my task is to build a different "fork" of kontact 3.5
on Bullseye and that build doesn't work yet so I want to compare that
fork with the TDE version of kontact so I can patch the fork. I have to
admit that I know little about building packages. Still, it's my task so
somehow I have to find my way through.
Hi, everybody . . .
This may be a bug. I have my taskbar set with the tiny icons and
application names. Yesterday, after latest upgrade (which I do from the
near-stable branch daily), the names disappeard, leaving me with a wad of
tiny icons only. If in the Configure Kicker > Taskbar settings I set the
display to Text only, the tiny icons grow very dim but don't quite
disappear, but the text does not appear. I have made no changes other than
This is on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS running R14.0.12 [DEVELOPMENT].
I tried to build kontact-trinity on Debian Bullseye with the sources I
got from the Trinity repos.
At first I used "apt source kontact-trinity" to get the sources. Then I
ran "apt build-dep kontact-trinity" to get the dependencies. The next
step was to run debuild (from the devscripts package).
Finally, I tried to install all the deb-packages. For most packages that
was no problem, but I couldn't install tdepim-trinity-dgb, tdepim,
kmail, kmailcvt, korn, and kontact (I don't write the whole package
name, but they look like
kontact-trinity_14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb) because dependencies
are missing. The messages look like this one: "[...]dpkg: dependency
problems prevent configuration of kontact-trinity: kontact.trinity
depends on kmail-trinity; however: Package kmail-trinity is not
configured yet. dpkg: error processing package kontact-trinity [...]".
I expected that I would be able to install all packages because apt
source and apt build-dep should get all packages I need to install
Can you help me with this problem?
In /opt/trinity/share/apps/konsole/Linux.Schema I read that
| # The flaw in this schema is that "blick" comes out on the
| # Linux console as intensive background, really.
| # Since this is not used in clients you'll hardly notice
| # it in practice.
I guess that "blick" is really "black", but I wonder if the last sentence is saying that
Linux.scheme is not used in clients, or that "blick" is not? :-)
Operating System: Linux
Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.3 x86_64
Desktop Environment: Trinity