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Month: September 2012

Re: [trinity-users] A general question about Trinity

From: "Janek S." <fremenzone@...>
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 18:31:03 +0200
> All are provided out of the box, provided network-manager is <= 0.8.  We
> do have network-manager >= 0.9 support in testing for the upcoming R14
> release, along with HAL- and DBUS-less mount support.
> Our Stable Relase Update (SRU) will be publicly released along
> with packages for Ubuntu Precise in the next week or two, though I would
> recommend sticking with a slightly older version of Ubuntu (e.g. Oneiric
> or Natty) due to some fairly serious bugs in Precise itself which are not
> TDE specific.
> If you have any additional questions feel free to ask!
> Tim

Thank you very much for quick response Tim! I guess that I'd rather go with Debian than Ubuntu. 
AFAIK Squeeze has network-manager 0.8.1, so it should work, right?

Another question came to my mind while reading other threads in the list. It was mentioned that 
some programs from KDE era are not binary compatible with TDE. Is there any way to check if a 
probgram will work with TDE? Probably not, but could you tell me where can I find list of 
packages offered by TDE so I can check if the programs I need are included?

Is there a way to migrate my mails from KDE3 to TDE?