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Month: November 2012

Re: [trinity-users] installing trinity on wheezy.

From: Greg Madden <gomadtroll@...>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 19:47:35 -0900
On Wednesday 21 November 2012 17:12:01 you wrote:
> On 16/11/12 10:59, Sl�vek Banko wrote:
> > 3.5.13.x currently not prepared for Wheezy. However, you can use
> > Squeeze version - needs only a few packages from Debian Squeeze.
> > Tested and works.
> Hi Slavek, can you please give more details? How to set up
> repositories so that squeeze versions don't 'spread' and mess up
> everything?
> > Many times I wondered if I should prepare 3.5.13.x also for Wheezy.
> > If there will rise interest, it should not be a problem. However,
> > so far I've always decided dismissively on the grounds that Wheezy
> > is not in final state. Slavek
> The big problem is: Wheezy is where debian defaults to kde4 and there
> is no choice.

I do not understand this. There are at least two times during a Wheezy 
install where one can choose: 
1. What desktop environment to install, XFCE, LXDE,KDE, 
From  the first boot menu choose 'advanced options>alternate desktop 
2. boot menu > Expert install , you walk through all the choices, more 
time consuming.
3. Or if you happen to hit the 'Install' or ' Graphical Install' option 
from the boot menu you can always unselect the 'desktop environment' 
during the 'Tasksel' phase.

I have been using TDE 3.5.14, nightly builds, on Wheezy works well here.
I always do a base/standard Wheezy net install, add Trinity sources, 
install TDE.

> I have to have wheezy because of hardware problems 
> needing the latest drivers and I am forced to use kde4. Wheezy has
> been out for a long time now and changes are not likely to be huge.
> Many thanks for your (all of you!) hard work!
> Cheers
> Ron