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Re: [trinity-users] Re: Q4OS Distro Review

From: Thierry de Coulon <tcoulon@...>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2017 12:49:33 +0100
On Wednesday 01 November 2017 12.22:33 Pisini, John wrote:
> There are ways to add back the missing pieces
> They talk about it in their FAQ.
> You can also remove the configuration files to get a standard menu back.

Thanks. I thought I knew Debian and TDE good enough to spare reading the FAQ, 
obviously I was wrong :)

On Wednesday 01 November 2017 12.16:32 Stefan Krusche wrote:
> Well, yeah, though I haven't seen it yet, I don't feel like wanting a
> system configured like that either. That's for their target group
> supposably.

Contrary to Nik's 2� I would say Q4OS *is* worth bothering, especialy if you 
want to introduce new users to both Debian and TDE.

I got a colleague to install it (1.8) on a netbook - he came to Linux after 
KDE 3 and did not know TDE at all.

*And* I would add that they do an ARM version (I think not yet based on Debian 
9) that runs TDE on the Raspberry pi and similar machines (where KDE and 
Gnome 3 have no chance at all).

I have a Raspberry pi running TDE in my shade, running a TCL front end to a 
USB thermometer, that I can check over wifi with Kdrc, lot fo fun :)