On 14/01/11 18:16, Mike Bird wrote: > On Fri January 14 2011 09:34:19 David Hare wrote: >> Sudo-trinity cannot be essential to Trinity as I have neither installed. > > Maybe you have a different version, David. Here's 1.7.2p7-1 in Squeeze ... > > # apt-cache show kde-core-trinity > Package: kde-core-trinity > Source: meta-kde-trinity > Priority: optional > Section: kde > Installed-Size: 12 > Maintainer: Timothy Pearson<kb9vqf@...> > Architecture: all > Version: 5:54 > Suggests: kde-i18n-trinity (>= 4:3.5.5) > Depends: arts-trinity (>= 1.5.5), kdebase-trinity (>= 4:3.5.5), > kdelibs-trinity (>= 4:3.5.5), sudo-trinity > Filename: pool/main/m/meta-kde-trinity/kde-core-trinity_54_all.deb > Size: 7552 > MD5sum: 7e6aa595ed62fb17f5513f8b4f8b47e8 > SHA1: 4d723208305ae020c72c4c51cc94de42d888c5bc > Description: the K Desktop Environment core modules [Trinity] > KDE (the K Desktop Environment) is a powerful Open Source graphical > desktop environment for Unix workstations. It combines ease of use, > contemporary functionality, and outstanding graphical design with the > technological superiority of the Unix operating system. > . > This metapackage includes the core official modules released with KDE. This > includes just the basic desktop (browser, file manager, text editor, control > center, panel, etc.) and important libraries and data, in addition to the > aRts soundserver. > I use my own package "kicklist" to install Trinity. If I recognise a meta (eg kde-core-trinity) it's off the list. I originally put the list together from what was in my Lenny install, before Trinity was done for Debian (I used the Ubuntu packages back then) That list I still use to keep the bloat down. dpkg -l | grep kde-core Definitely not on my system. Everything seems fine without it. Neither is sudo-trinity, although it was, something else must have pulled it in. Debian sudo is there now but I don't use sudo.