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Month: April 2018

Re: [trinity-users] more re. tde and qt5

From: Felix Miata <mrmazda@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2018 12:45:42 -0400
dep composed on 2018-04-28 12:02 (UTC-0400):

> quoth Felix Miata:

> |xorg is a meta-package. You should be able to remove it without affecting TDE or
> |Xorg operation.

> So I can safely go ahead and let all the stuff get deleted and it won't affect the operation of TDE? (The list I posted earlier?)

I purposely made no suggestion about any of the other packages in those lists.
There are several *trinity* packages in the autoremove list. I suggest you
manually (re-)*install* those so that they are removed from the automatically
installed db. Then go ahead and autoremove. If you missed any, add them back
manually. Obviously if you only use English you won't need the non-EN ttf packages

> What puzzles me is why none of this stuff appears in autoremove or remove lists otherwise.

Maybe if we saw your sources.list we might be able to suggest a reason. I just
booted 14.04.5 (with DE KDE only) and updated sources. Subsequently, aptitude
was unable to locate protonmail*.

Maybe what you need is to let go of 14.04. What does it have that you can't have
from 16.04 LTS, Jessie or Stretch, from which you should expect less trouble
with QT4 or QT5 issues?

I recently migrated two 14.04 installations to 16.04. I only have two 14.04
left, one running KDE, the other Cinnamon & Mate, no way I could expect to
replicate your dilemma here.

What source provides protonmail?
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