On May 5, 2018 4:47 PM, iadest@... <iadest@...> wrote: > Not too many 3D calls if any, I think except explicitely 3D > applications. > I have successfully used TDE on Asus A2500L with SiS graphics chip > which under Linux does not offer 3D acceleration at all, only 2D. very good to hear. the default arrangement is lxqt and kwin. in case anyone is interested, there's a wiki on the linux development here: https://github.com/gemian/gemini-keyboard-apps/wiki/DebianTP having last coded (poorly and not much of it) for KSE-1.x, it's a joy to watch the guys on irc who just got their gadgets and are going crazy writing stuff to make everything work. (not tde specifically, but linux and all the hardware, particularly fully-functioning video.) i think tde with a little fiddling -- large icons and a couple of keyboard shortcurs (such as to raise kicker) -- might work really well, and the idea of a linux/tde machine not much bigger than the big iphone seems really cool to me. dep Sent withProtonMailSecure Email. Because privacy matters.