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Re: [trinity-users] Why does Trinity depend on Samba?

From: Thierry de Coulon <tdecoulon@...>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2016 21:46:02 +0200
On Saturday 02 July 2016 19.37:08 Dave Lers wrote:

> While I agree that so called dependencies don't always make sense, why
> is it important to remove samba?

Not important in itself. I was just trying to remove things I don't use (as I 
have to live in 16GB) and Samba was one thing I don't use.

> Which raspbian and trinity did you use on your Pi?

I simply downloaded the latest Raspbian after an older openSUSE for Pi would 
not even boot ( in the mean time I got a better understanding of the 
differences between the pi and "normal" computers). lsb_release answers 
Raspbian GNU/Linux 8.0 (Jessie)

I'll probably try a "Tumbleweed" install when I have another 16GB card 

As I mentioned in previous mails, I followed your how-to and installed 
tdebase-trinity, then I used synaptic to add TDE programs I would use. 
Trinity Control Center says TDE 14.0.4 (Development).

The Pi is a Pi 3, "Model B"

Things seem to run pretty well now, except that the bluetooth keyboard I have 
behaves eratically. The Bluetooth mouse works ok, so do their USB 
counterparts. Wifi is working, resolution is set to 1824x984 on my Samsung 
monitor. Sound is not very good but acceptable if I switch from pulse to