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Re: [trinity-users] PCLinuxOS TDE non-official remaster version 2013, July 3 is ready to download!

From: JB <yochanon@...>
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2013 20:23:15 -0500
On Thu, 11 Jul 2013 19:41:32 -0400
Alexandre Couture <ac586133@...> wrote:

> Hello everyone!
> My PCLinuxOS TDE non-official remaster version 2013, July 3 is ready to download!
> I call it non-official because it doesn't come from the PCLOS team and since it
> contains software coming from outside of their repos, it is also not supported by
> them. It only has a special ''permission to exist'' from the PCLinuxOS dev team.
> It can be seen as a whole as the much-loved PCLOS 2007, but fully updated and
> upgraded. It is a complete system that can be used as a LiveDVD or it can be
> installed (from the LiveDVD).
> New on this release:
> -Fully updated PCLinuxOS 2013 base system
> -TDE
> -A theme switch Zenity script to let the user switch between the more modern theme
> I use and TDE default theme, to please more users. -A SuperKaramba theme pack
> -It can now be downloaded as a simgle ISO file, and not a multi-part zip file!
> On this LivCD:
> -Tons of TDE software and major apps like LibreOffice, Firefox and Gimp
> Login info (on the LiveCD):
> Regular user:guest    Password:guest
> Super user: root    Password:root
> System requirement:
> A x86 computer with at least 256mb of RAM.
> It is a 32bit system, but it can be installed on a 64bit system too.
> Download link:
> (this file can be placed on TDE mirrors)
> Md5Sum:
> 703a5613a3a2c0d89bb1dcadba629fb4
> If you like what you see, you can consider giving some money to the Trinity
> Desktop Environment project!
> Give me your comments!
> -Alexandre 		 	   		  

  Thanks for the links to download the iso, but I can't figure out what/where to
  click to start the download on the site. I tried the little square thing next to
  the large-letters of the iso, but nothing happens. I also tried to right-click and
  'save as', but all it gives one is a 26kb file of some kind.


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