On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 10:22 PM, Timothy Pearson <kb9vqf@...> wrote:
> Having an easy to try & easy to use live DVD with TDE pre-installed as the
> default DE is very different from the kind of tinkering that we've been
> doing so far, where we install the OS 1st, then add TDE.  I'm talking
> about
> something newbie-friendly like a Mint live & installable DVD with TDE
> pre-installed as the default DE.
> Cheers,
> Elcaset

Yes, I fully agree with you.  I think there was someone who did put
together an installable ISO image of Trinity on Debian (it was called EXE
Linux if I remember correctly).

Oh, and here is a friendly reminder not to top-post. ;-)


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Thanks very much for all of the work you've put into Trinity DE.  I've never heard of people preferring email replies in a certain order, but now I know.  I found the Exe GNU/Linux you mentioned, & will try it.  If the smxi utility works, I will be one happy camper!