Trinity 14.0.6 preliminary.
Don't know if it is a feature of ksnapshot or a misconfiguration
somewhere from me, but it is getting absolutely annoying what happens.
I have a website, a document or whatsoever on my screen in full
A4-papersize. Now I want a printout of a small part of it. Call
ksnapshot, choose "region" "new snapshot" and then draw a border around
the desired part. Press "print" and then print it. Bull... I get a
print in landscape, useless and even worse not even the original layout
Stop ksnapshot, restart it and same procedure with again the same
Stop, restart, same procedure but no actual printing, instead I look
into the printer properties. And there, big surprise, landscape was
marked as to be printed BUT all 4 orientations were grayed out, so I
couldn't change that.
Checked in tdeprint the printersettings, nothing wrong, in "instances"
"settings" all 4 orientations were available and portrait was marked as
to be applied in the default printer.
Checked kprinter and of course the settings of tdeprint were there also
But then I had an idea. If I selected in ksnapshot a larger part of the
screen, say more than half A4, what would happen?
Yes, some ugly words from me and there it was: portrait was marked but
still all 4 possibilities grayed out.
So ksnapshot decides how it wants to print and doesn't leave the user a
chance to get a result, that he wants. Utterly bull....
Any suggestion, where I could look to alter this behaviour?
I just noticed that on daedalus sftp:/...-URLs do not work any more. Konqueror is stuck with a rotating circle and eventually times out. fish:/...-URLs work, but calculating the disk size of remote directories is kind of buggy, e.g. 22GB are counted as 9GB.
Did somebody see this, too?
Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA, CIA ...
I may have fumbled and hit two keys or something but now I don´t have
a regular apostrophe (I get ´ instead) or regular double quotes (I get
I´m on TDE on Q4OS Buster. I´m sure someone has a quick fix at
Thanks in advance!
Verbum sat sapienti.
After upgrading to Debian 11 on both of my two systems, upon reboot, I
lost the TDE Display Manager. The login screen defaults to whatever
Debian itself uses and I have been unsuccessful getting the TDE login
> ~$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure tdm-trinity
> tdm.service is a disabled or a static unit, not starting it.
Also...during the upgrade, one of the packages it wanted to remove was
binutils, which it did. It left a package binutils-common installed, but
not upgraded. If I attempted to remove binutils-common, it also wanted
to remove numerous Trinity packages.
Is there a fix for these issues??
Linux. A Continual Learning Experience.
Trinity Desktop Environment: 14.0.10 - Debian: 10.10 (amd64)
Does anyone use an android emulator on Linux that will successfully run
I just tried Anbox, but it’s apparently been abandoned (2018) and no longer
will install new(ish) .apks due to native library problems. Android-x86 and
BlissOS just hang in VMs. Shashlik, ARChon, Andro VM, Jar of Beans, and
AndyOS are (basically) dead/abandoned.
If it will natively install .xapk files that would be a plus? IDK, that could
just be one site’s marketing scheme to lock you into their service?
Anyway, if you use an android emulator on Linux (preferably in a VM) can you
tell me how well it works, and what’s needed to get it to run a current
I'm using Quark OS 20.04 (based on Kubuntu 20.04), and it's working very well.
Quark OS comes with KDE Plasma by default, but it is possible to install Trinity after installation and use both environments.
I usually use networked, Postscript printers (mostly second hand professionnal
I recently decided to bring back into service an Epson ET-2550 inkjet that had
been purchased for photo printing and actually was just gathering dust.
I've installed it on USB with Cups - no problem, test-page printing, the
printer appears in Libre-Office (and lots of other programs).
Now the thing I don't understand: I can't see the printer from kpdf!
It's there in kedit, it's there in kate... It does not appear in kpdf.
The laserprinters do show in kpdf.
It's not really important - I won't be using this printer really. But I just
can't fin a logical explanation.
When I modify a remote PHP file on my server,
it is modified directly on the server.
If the file is a TXT, JSP file, no, it is dowloaded on my computer,
under a tmp folder, and I have to upload it to the server.
I saw "files associations" in the TDE menu, but not finded a solution.
The last time I have upgraded my Debian-Bullseye, was a week ago.
Today, an apt update gives :
"97 packages can be upgraded" and essentially tde-trinity packages.
Is it normal to have non stop a necessity of trinity upgrade.
Each month, maybe ok, but not every week even more.