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Re: [trinity-users] Which of the Trinity Live disks would be best to install for a new ex-windoze user?

From: Michael <mb_trinity_desktop@...>
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2020 22:41:23 -0500
On Thursday 03 September 2020 09:59:50 pm J Leslie Turriff wrote:
> 	My brother, a long-time windoze user, suggested to me last night that he
> might give Linux a try.  Looking at the Trinity website, I see a plethora
> of Live Disk images for various distros available; but which one is most
> likely to give him a stable and versatile experience?  He is already
> somewhat skeptical, having seen my occasional struggles with multimedia
> issues on my OpenSuSE machine*.  (This opportunity will also give me some
> exposure to Debian-based distros, a probable plus.)
> Leslie
> *	(OpenSuSE does not seem to think that multimedia is important, and its
> support is somewhat sketchy compared with home-computer oriented distros).

MX Linux

Huge dev team that has made it a really easy user experience.  It's very easy 
to build a Live USB (Xfce).  And the MX Package Installer simplifies adding 
many popular applications.  TDE can be added to the MXPI

If you're interested, I'll ask in the MX forum what the steps would be to add 
TDE to their Live USB.