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Month: April 2018

Re: [trinity-users] Re: more re. tde and qt5

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2018 18:45:17 -0400
On Saturday 28 April 2018 18:11:16 dep wrote:

> negative. current stock tde. running atop ubuntu 14.04. the reference
> to wayland came up in an apt error at the beginning of all this.

You need to be more explicit, there re, or were, 2 different versions of 
TDE, I jumped straight to R14.0.0.1 originally, and never looked back, 
currently at R14.0.5. So I don't recall the other version offered.

And while kmail still has some head scratchers, like revereting its last 
message pointers to the beginning of a list as I have one list that 
starts in 2002.  which can be startling because the message is from a 
different era.

But with my scripts making use of fetchmail and procmail, spamassassin, 
plus clamav for filtering spam and viri, kmail go longer goes away while 
its out checking my isp for new mail. That 30+ second freeze is now a 
half second when I notice it. Thats entirely tolerable.

What does this protonmail do that makes it so much more desirable?
> On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 5:55 PM, deloptes <deloptes@...> wrote:
> > William Morder wrote: > By the way, I got all these other packages
> > installed with no issues. > However, I cannot test the bridge
> > package, as it only comes in amd64 (no > 32-bit); and besides, using
> > protonmail with kmail or other client is only > available for paid
> > accounts. Which version of kmail? IF it is refereing to KDE >v4 it
> > will not be compatible with TDEs kmail and hearing wayland, it looks
> > like so. regards
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Cheers, Gene Heskett
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