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Month: April 2018

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

From: William Morder <doctor_contendo@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2018 17:26:50 -0700

On Saturday 28 April 2018 14:55:22 deloptes wrote:
> William Morder wrote:
> > By the way, I got all these other packages installed with no issues.
> > However, I cannot test the bridge package, as it only comes in amd64 (no
> > 32-bit); and besides, using protonmail with kmail or other client is only
> > available for paid accounts.
> Which version of kmail? IF it is refereing to KDE >v4 it will not be
> compatible with TDEs kmail and hearing wayland, it looks like so.

I use kmail-trinity and associated trinity packages; although if I could use 
protonmail with an email client on my computer (kmail, claws, whatever) 
instead of webmail, I would be willing to change. Maybe it is possible to 
uninstall or disable kmail-trinity and just use the KDE4 version? (I tried 
that with Pidgin and Kopete, and they worked okay from KDE4 versions, but TDE 
versions work better for me.) 

Also, I don't get what is the conflict with wayland packages; but hey, it's 
not my machine. In any case, there is no 32-bit bridge package, and 
protonmail will work with email clients only if it is a paid account - or so 
I read somewhere, I think it was on their site.  (Privacy for sale!) 

So until I can upgrade to 64-bit, or find a 32-bit bridge package, I can only 
wait, and hope that they make more options available in future. I will be 
reading what people say here, though, and watching for an opportunity to 
change to ProtonMail or something like it.