On 06/08/11 01:35, C W wrote: > Hi > I love KDE4& KDE 3. I recently tried Porteus GNU/Linux which comes > with Trinity KDE pre-installed. It is an up-to-date distro, not one > or two years old. Porteus with Trinity is awesome& very fast, the > only problem is it is not designed to be installed to a hard drive in > a traditional sense. It's only meant to be used as a liveCD or live > USB drive or live off of the hard drive. What are some distros that > include Trinity KDE pre-installed? Ideally, ones that have a liveDVD > or liveCD option would be best. Thanks very much. > > Cheers, > Elcaset > Not many yet. I maintain Exe GNU/Linux. http://www.exe-linux.fastfishwebsolutions.com/ It's Debian Squeeze based, defaults to a customised Trinity, has also LXDE and is installable. It's still somewhat experimental but much improved since details were posted in this mailing list some months back.