If you install kdebase-trinity it should pull in a minimal amount of deps

Calvin Morrison

On Nov 14, 2011 6:08 AM, "Stefan Endrullis" <stefan@...> wrote:

is there a way to install the Trinity Desktop Environment without installing nearly all KDE3 programs such as digikam, ...?
The proposed package kubuntu-desktop-trinity has IMO quite a lot dependencies.
Is there a certain package which only provides the DE?  So that Trinity can be started from kdm or gdm?


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