On June 27, 2018 5:09 PM, Michael <mb_trinity_desktop@...> wrote: > Yes (No?)... I do know that there are things in these directories that have > > recent timestamps on my machine: > > ~/.kde > > ~/.local > > ~/.openoffice > > ~/.gimp-2.8 > > ~/.qt > > ~/.wine > > Truthfully, I'd go whole hog and anything in your home dir starting with a . > > I'd copy over. Too much shouldn't hurt. e.g. > > ~/.* Thanks very much. Problem with that is that I have a lot of ~/. directories that are for stuff i haven't used for years. If I were a tidier fellow -- or if our package managers were a little more fastidious about pointing out configurations for which there are no longer programs, the stuff leftover when we do remove but not purge, or don't install the new versions when we upgrade distributions, the way dead links are made apparent -- it would be a good approach. Though actually, i'm starting to have a good time setting this up, so maybe copying stuff over won't be necessary. TDE looks spactacular on a 1920x1200 screen that's only seven inches diagonal (though it looks bigger to me -- and nobody make any of the obvious jokes, okay?). It took a few weeks using the Gemini to make me appreciate a really good tiny computer. and what's cool is that though I don't use it much touch works on this, even with TDE. (For fine work there's the pointing nub.) The thing is like if a Thinkpad made sweet, sweet (though unprotected) love with a MacBook and this is what resulted. And to think, it all started when I asked here if there were a decent Linux tablet, because I was annoyed with Apple. This thing costs about the same as an iPod with the same amount of storage, but it's a world better, imho.And much smaller.