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Month: November 2014

Re: [trinity-users] TDE R14.0.0 Release Candidate 1 Available

From: Robert Peters <robertpeters9@...>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2014 16:53:24 -0800
On 10 November 2014 15:59, David Hare <davidahare@...> wrote:
> A new (experimental) Exe GNU/Linux version exegnu-jessv-20141109.iso is
> available.
> It is current TDE R14 on (mostly current and original) Debian Jessie.
> All *systemd* packages are excluded using /etc/apt/preferences. Recompiled
> (without *systemd*) libpulse0 (mplayer dep) and dbus are used. Cups version
> is pinned to 1.7.1-5.
> A few important packages may be missing or not working properly. There is
> only me to test it so far, any help appreciated. Updates will follow.

On 20 November 2014 18:17, Sl�vek Banko <slavek.banko@...> wrote:
> I will add informations about my alternative source preliminary-stable-builds:
> Currently all packages are almost from the same GIT sources, such as official
> RC1 packages - just tdelibs and tdebase are few commits ahead. Packages are
> available for all supported Debian, Raspbian and Ubuntu distributions. For
> all supported platforms, including Debian Wheezy on MIPS and PowerPC.
> If you are accustomed to use my alternative preliminary-stable-builds, you now
> have essentially the same, as is the official RC1.
> In addition, just a few days ago I updated builds of LibreOffice with TDE
> integration. For Ubuntu Trusty is now available version 4.2.7. For Debian
> Wheezy is now available 4.3.3~rc2 (wheezy-backports). For 4.3.3 are no longer
> even need any additional patches - well done Tim!
> All the above mentioned packages are already available on my mirror.

On another partition I run the above exegnu (with a few problems).  I
would like make sure that TDE is installed on it directly and not on
top of something else like one of the Ubuntu desktops.  Should I add
Sl�vek's repos to sources.list, update, and upgrade?  Am not sure what
to add and don't have the public key for