I'm trying to get skype sound to work but apparently the monkeys at MS removed
alsa support and replaced it with pulse, which is rubbish. Even though I have
pulse enable (pclos - ali's remaster), it still doesn't show up. Is there a
fix to re-enable alsa or the like?
I've got a really great Amarok playlist of songs that I find help me
I've looked for a means of playing such a playlist on Android without
If anyone has succeeded in porting a TDE program to Android it would
maybe bring this dream a little closer.
Please tell me I'm not the only one with such a dream :)
I want to know if there is some forecast on getting rid of autotools
and using only cmake, mainly because I want to port trinity to NixOS,
and it would be easier taht way.
Thanks in advance!
Does anyone has succeeded to install "enigmail" with kmail-trinity,
or an application similar to enigmail ?
The objective is to use GPG keys in kmail-trinity.
enigmail works with thunderbird, icedove (Debian),
but not sure with kmail-trinity.
Have a nice day.
On 16-07-29 09:40 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
> Marvin Jones composed on 2016-07-29 07:44 (UTC-0600):
>> Felix Miata wrote:
>>> I did minimal 16.04 HTTP minimal installs on two 64 bit machines,
>>> then added 14.03. I recall no trouble with either.
>> By "minimal 16.04 HTTP minimal installs" do you mean ala:
>> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD ?
> Technically no, but as a practical matter yes. All my machines are
> multiboot, so I download only the installation kernel and initrd that
> those isos contain, then load them with Grub. From there on it's
> essentially the same road as using such a CD. Doing it my way I find
> it easier to provide specific installation options that I might or
> might not remember that I want to use. e.g.:
> vga=791 -- hw-detect/start_pcmcia=false netcfg/disable_dhcp=true
> expert biosdevname=0 ipv6.disable=1 net.ifnames=0 tasks="standard"
> base-installer/install-recommends=false video=1024x768@60 hostname=myhost
>> Can I avoid installing gnome doing it this way (above)?
> AFAICT, you can avoid _everything_ related to or depending on Xorg,
> and a lot more.
>> Thank you for your quick reply!
> Broke house A/C kept me busy off puter until a short time ago.
And what about installing the Ubuntu 14.04 Trinity live CD first and
then apt-get dist-upgrade?
This would upgrade Ubuntu to 16.04 with minimal risk.
I did this to go from 12.04 to 14.04 without any glitch.
Just a hint from my own (successful) experience.
Hi, I use Trinity on Arch Linux. I didn't use a display manager, but
rather started Trinity and I3 through .xinitrc script (I don't know if
it is relevant).
After installing Trinity, some of GTK apps (Midori, dwb) failed to
start in I3, with similar message:
"Could not find mime type application/octet-stream" and segfaut. Didn't
test in Trinity.
First quick fix was to set an environment variable
but some other apps (SpaceFM) still segfaulted after many error
messages. Then I disabled /etc/profile.d/trinity.sh and started it only
when starting Trinity, which solved my problem.
I am building a new workstation and I really, Really, REALLY
want to fire it up with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Trinity R14.0.3.
Ref: https://wiki.trinitydesktop.org/LiveCDs , has anyone built a
Live CD for Xenial yet? Or, is a Live CD under construction? Or,
has anyone installed installed TDE 14.0.3 on Ubuntu 16.04 yet and
could/would share their experiences if I run into "challenges"
during a raw install?
I don't believe I've seen any chatter about Ubuntu 16.04 on this list.
And, I really do not want to start out 2-years old with Ubuntu 14.04.
"Inertia" usually prevents me from upgrading releases once I have a
solid linux workstaion humming along. Hell, my primary workstation is
$ cat /etc/lsb-release
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS"
... with TDE 184.108.40.206
Thanks for reading this, and thanks for TDE!!
Marvin L Jones | Marvin | W3DHJ | linux
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I seem to have messed up the file associations list. I went into
Trinity Control Center to add .webm as a video file type, and somehow
deleted something so that now I'm getting "Could not find mime type
application/octet-stream" errors every time I drop a file onto the
Maybe I could recreate the entry, or copy the default file
associations list back over my user .trinity list?
I don't want to have to reinstall everything just to clear a "Sorry" pop-up.
The secret of happiness is freedom,
and the secret of freedom is courage.
Ktorrent's Country column isn't working, it just shows N/A for every peer.
Any ideas why?
This is a Debian Jessie system with TDE 14.0.4 from Slavek's repo, updated
PGP key: http://homestead-products.com/pubkey.htm