On 07/03/11 02:25, Kristopher Gamrat wrote: > On Sun, Mar 6, 2011 at 12:38 PM, HHa<hha4491@...> wrote: >> Hi, >> the above mentioned edition is based on Debian Testing. Is there a Trinity >> version available? > > If Trinity was in Debian Testing when Linux Mint did their Debian > Edition, there is a good chance there is. It is entirely up to Linux > Mint to decide to do a Trinity version, though another user can > probably do a Trinity remaster. > Trinity is not supported by Debian mainstream at all (yet). Never tried LMDE but from what I read the main attraction is the Mint menu (think it's Gnome) the rest is Debian Testing with some non-free and and modifications. So if you want Trinity rather than Gnome why not start with straight Debian? The only live/installable builds I see for Trinity are kubuntu. As far as I know only myself has been doing live builds for Debian (exelinux_squeeze_trinity) I can confirm that Trinity runs on todays Debian Testing, I did a live build this morning but so far only tested in a VM As far as I can see there is nothing to stop a user from dist-upgrading Squeeze/Trinity to Wheezy (or Sid) at the moment, just don't do it in X. Or installing Trinity on a Wheezy base. That could change at any time though and it might be difficult or impossible to downgrade.