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Re: [trinity-users] Kubuntu 12.04 TDE installation CD

From: Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 22:40:16 +0000
On Monday 19 November 2012 19:10:10 Robert Puskajler wrote:
> Someone made a Kubuntu 10.04, or 10.10 live/install DVD or CD with Trinity
> DE, instead of KDE 4.  Has anyone attempted to make a Kubuntu 12.04
> live/install DVD with Trinity DE, instead of KDE 4?  That would be awesome
> to use live, & also great to install from.
>
> >Thanks,
> >Elcaset
>
> yes, that is exactly what i'm trying to accomplish - to create live/install
> TDE media for Kubuntu 12.04
>
> I have followed the official kubuntu cd customization guide and:
> - removed all kde stuff from original kubuntu 12.4.1 based on assumption
> all kde stuff there have to be kde4 related - added full trinity TDE
> - recreated iso image (to my surprise iso was quite big - around 900MB)
>
> upon booting the new image I got stuck in TDE login screen asking
> login/password, which is wrong (there is somehow user created and login
> dialog should be skipped when booting live cd) as there are no users
> created yet ...
>
> then I asked in mailing list for advice/help

Sorry, I obviously did misunderstand you.

Lisi
> >On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 2:49 PM, Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...> wrote:
> >
> >On Sunday 18 November 2012 19:36:03 Patrick Serru wrote:
> >>> Le dimanche 18 novembre 2012, Samuele Carcagno a écrit :
> >>> > On Sunday 18 Nov 2012 12:01:34 Lisi Reisz wrote:
> >>> >> On Sunday 18 November 2012 10:43:04 Robert Puskajler wrote:
> >>> >>> I've been using Kubuntu 10.10 TDE and want to upgrade to Kubuntu
> >>> >>> 12.04 (LTS) TDE.
> >>> >>>
> >>> >>> How can I replace KDE 4 on Kubuntu 12.04 installation cd with TDE ?
> >>> >>
> >>> >> The easy workaround, tho I am sure that there is a more elegant
> >>> >> solution, is to install Lubuntu (or Ubuntu if oyu have / on a
> >>> >> _large_ disk drive) and then install TDE.  If you install Kubuntu
> >>> >> you will need to remove all teh KDE4 stuff taht might interfere with
> >>> >> TDE.
> >>> >>
> >>> >> Or you could install without a desktop, but I don't know whether
> >>> >> this is possible in Ubuntu.  It is certainly possible in Debian, and
> >>> >> is what I often do.
> >>> >
> >>> > I haven't done it for a while but I think that the "alternate" cd
> >>> > allows you to install ubuntu without a desktop.
> >>> >
> >>> > Sam
> >>>
> >>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> >>>       Hello all,
> >>>
> >>>       Most readers of this list are advanced users, but not all! The
> >>> problem could be that Bob does not intend to re-install, because he has
> >>> no disk space available or, less surprising, because everything he has
> >>> previously installed on his actual system would be lost, all
> >>> adjustments preferences. etc, etc… He could be wondering too about his
> >>> personnal directory. He wants to abandon KDE4, but did he ever
> >>> installed / tried / used Trinity?
> >>>
> >>> Patrick
> >>
> >>He talks about the "Kubuntu 12.04 installation cd".  Poeple usually use
> >> an installation disk to install, and I therefore took it that he wanted
> >> to know how to install *buntu without installing KDE4.
> >>
> >>Lisi
> >>