This is very interesting
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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 installed openSUSE 42.2 and so upgraded to TDE 14.0.4 (previously I
couldn't on my old 13.1, something broke so I stayed at 14.0.0).
I don't know which of the two is responsible, but now, when I plug in an
external drive, it gets mounted twice. On my desktop I see the drive itself,
and the partition. For example, when I plug in my 16GB mac formated usb key,
I get both "14.8 GB removable device", mounted on /deb/sdg,
and "macUSBDrive", mounted on /dev/sdg1.
Of course the former throws an error if I try to open it.
This is not so bad and I can live with it, but I wonder where this is
distribution specific, machine specific or if you all see this too.
I want to set up a large power-off button, with an icon, preferably on the
desktop but on the panel would do. The ordinarily available one will not do
because this is for someone with very poor sight and the ordinary power-off
button is inextricably linked with lock screen. Well, I can't extricate it.
I THINK I can manage the three other large icons that are needed on the
desktop, but this one has stymied me.
I could rephrase the question: how do I produce an icon that, when clicked,
Jessie with TDE 14, installed from Slávek's repositories.
Replacing a badly scammed Windows 7!
Did you installed knemo-trinity?
This is the TDE-specific package.
On 17-05-30 10:29 AM, sacarde wrote:
> I installed tde on my archlinux-64...
> I installed knemo...
> I set network-monitoring in control-panel...
> but I dont view the little icon on bottom bar
> can you help me?
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I installed Trinity as an experiment 2 weeks ago, when I came across your
website while looking for an old application, and it's so nice, I'm doing all
my work in Trinity now.
I loved KDE 3.5, and I was sad when I had to leave it six years ago, to
upgrade to Debian 6 and KDE 4. After upgrading from Debian 6 to Debian 8 a
few weeks ago, two old favourites, Kasablanca and KHexEdit, were no longer
available, and I could not even find the source code for KHexEdit, until I
remembered reading about Trinity some years ago, and found your website. I
think it's wonderful that you're maintaining the KDE 3.5 look and feel,
functionality, and applications.
I have donated 30 dollars to Trinity via your donations page. I'm sorry it
can't be more at the moment, money is a bit tight.
Konqueror has improved since KDE 3.5, but I can run Konqueror-KDE4 in Trinity
from a menu item with the command /usr/bin/konqueror, and thus get the best of
Some other KDE applications have sadly deteriorated in the later versions of
KDE4. In particular, KolourPaint in Debian 8 has been damaged by a very bad
revision, so I am using KolourPaint-Trinity now. It is far better.
When I installed Debian 8, I was offered a list of 7 desktop environments to
install. I would certainly have tried Trinity at that time, if it had been on
If Konqueror-Trinity and Konsole-Trinity need to be given new names in order
to get Trinity into the Debian distribution, (to avoid a clash of names with
KDE), perhaps I could suggest Clarity for Konqueror-Trinity and Simplicity for
Konsole-Trinity, since these names rhyme with Trinity, and suggest some of the
defining characteristics of TDE.
My TDE session frequently hangs.
A message window opens at the bottom right corner
of the screen saying:
"New display output options are available!
A screen has been added, removed, or changed."
After this the screen inputs (mouse and keyboard)
become unresponsive. Running programs keep running.
I have to hard reset the computer.
This is becoming annoying.
I have openSUE 13.2 with TDE R14.0.4.
Any idea what causes this and how to fix it?
The numbers of title's characters under the desktop icons
is limited to 10, after, the text is on two lines :
An example :
How to increase to keep the text on one line ?
I tried to decrease the police size, but no result,
always two lines.
Thank you and have a good day,
When I launch an application,
Trinity proposes to keep the root password
during 120 min.
I anwswer yes with the radio button.
But the next time, Trinity did not keep the password in
memory and I have to retype it.
Thank you and have a good day.