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Month: November 2017

Re: [trinity-users] Latest on Linux on tablets with (please Lord) Trinity?

From: wofgdkncxojef@...
Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2017 13:55:22 +0100
On Saturday 11 November 2017 03:25:28 dep wrote:
> Greets, folks . . .
> I once loved my iPad, but Apple has made me hate and despise it, with
> constant unwanted terrible updates that remove functionality and have
> reduced battery life from <12 hours to >3 hours. (IoS 11 sucks so badly
> that it pulls the branches off nearby trees.) I have had it with the iPad.
> But I have need of a tablet.
> It's been awhile since I heard anything involving Linux being put on a
> tablet; for a time I had a version of Linux running on an H-P Touchpad,
> which has long since died. The X support was semi-decent -- I had either
> or Libre Office running (very slowly) on it.
> That was probably six years ago. I kind of hope that some sort of Linux/X
> development has taken place, but haven't been able to learn much. Anybody
> know if there has been?
> And the important question: would it be possible to put TDE on it and if I
> did, would it work?
> Thanks!

TDE is for a desktop (mouse/keyboard/monitor)
For tablets you should use something else
you are definitely asking advice at the wrong place.

Like other's have said, sailfish, meego are options
I don't know if ubuntutouch is still developed by some one...
You can also use android, open source or stock or lineage OS....

Also, i think unity, gnome3 and KDE5 are meant to be hybrid....