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Month: May 2014

Re: [trinity-users] Connected but without TDE

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Tue, 6 May 2014 18:53:26 +0200
On Tuesday 06 of May 2014 17:23:00 Robert Peters wrote:
> Hello,
> By installing something like Ubuntu 14.04 I can easily have a wifi
> connection and even install some Trinity apps.  This is by using the
> most recent repos (Raring, 13.04) as instructed in
>. However, when the core TDE packages are selected (using Synaptic), they
> appear as broken - missing several dependencies.
> OTOH, if I try to use Ubuntu 13.04, with which I hope the Raring repos
> are compatible, then I can't get a wifi connection - my machine
> (Lenovo Thinkpad T440s) is too recent, and I have already gone thru
> the hassle of installing firmware, drivers, etc. to no avail.  It's
> the same problem with Exe Gnu/Linux or a live CD Image for Ubuntu with
> Trinity preinstalled.
> Any ideas?  For now I can use Windows or a distro without TDE.  Also I
> think of selling the Thinkpad and using a less demanding (and
> expensive) machine.
> Robert

If you want to use Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty), you can not use TDE, but
you need to install preliminary R14.0.0 - either nightly-builds or
preliminary stable-builds.

deb trusty main
deb trusty main

Preliminary stable-buidls (alternative apt source):
deb trusty deps-r14 main-r14