The Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) development team is pleased to
announce the immediate availability of version 188.8.131.52 of the Trinity
Desktop Environment. The Trinity Desktop Environment is a complete
software desktop environment designed for Unix-like operating systems,
intended for computer users preferring a traditional desktop model, and is
The 3.5.13.x releases, also known as "SRU", are focused on maintaining and
stabilizing the classic 3.5.13 branch of TDE, which was originally based
on KDE 3.5.10.
This stable release is the 3rd 3.5.13 release and it is comprises of 91
bug fixes and 530 patches, including:
* SAK (Secure Attention Key) improvements
* Desktop locking improvements
* Taskbar improvements
* Kickoff style menu improvements
* Faster session termination
* Better stability for some applications
External improvements include support for:
* automake 1.13
* clucene 2.x
* libwpd 0.9
* ruby 1.9
* xine 1.2
This release adds support for newer versions of Linux distributions. It
should be a smooth update for everyone currently using a previous release
of TDE v3.5.13.x.
To learn about the details of this release, visit the information page
Premade binary packages have been made available by our contributors for
Debian Squeeze, Wheezy; Ubuntu Lucid, Maverick, Natty, Oneiric, Precise,
Quantal, Raring; Fedora 15, 16, 17, 18; RedHat Enterprise/CentOS 4, 5, 6;
Mandriva 2011; Mageia 2, 3; openSUSE 11.4, 12.2, 12.3; and PCLinuxOS 2013.
You can find these packages and more at our homepage,
You too can join the community! Help support our desktop and what we do by
joining the mailing lists, and get user support from others like you! The
lists are available here: (http://trinitydesktop.org/mailinglist.php).
Help is always welcome!
Helping the TDE Project
Creating TDE requires significant computing resources and bandwidth;
please consider helping to keep us online with a donation at
The TDE project began as a continuation of the K Desktop Environment (KDE)
version 3. The name Trinity was chosen partly because the word means
"three" and TDE was formerly a continuation of KDE 3. Now its own desktop
environment project, it continues to gain features, fix existing bugs, and
provide a stable desktop to all.
The TDE project was founded by and is still led by Timothy Pearson.
Timothy is an experienced and skilled software developer and was the KDE
3.x coordinator of previous Kubuntu releases.
Note: The correct reference to Trinity is "Trinity," "Trinity Desktop
Environment," or "TDE"; not "KDE3," "Trinity KDE3," "KDE3 Trinity,"
"KDE3 (Trinity)," "Trinity (KDE3)," or "KDE3 forked." The Trinity Desktop
Environment project is not a continuation of KDE 3.5 by KDE e.V., members
of which no longer support the KDE 3 series. Trinity is an independent
fork provided by a separate developer community. Thank you for using the
Press Contact Information
Project Lead: Timothy Pearson, kb9vqf(a)pearsoncomputing.net
SRU Release Coordinator: Slavek Banko, slavek.banko(a)axis.cz