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Month: January 2013

Re: [trinity-users] Checking available new packages updates

From: Baron <baron@...>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2013 22:23:32 +0000
Hi Lisi n all,

On Wednesday 09 January 2013 23:24:23 Lisi Reisz wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 January 2013 22:05:36 Baron wrote:
> > I'm running the PClinuxOS installed from the live CD made available
> > by Alexandre Couture. �My installation is definitely not stable !

I have a couple of other friends using PClinuxOS installed from the live 
CD and so far neither have mentioned that they have had any problems.
Actually that not quite true, one mentioned that his printer, a DeskJet 
720 does'nt print, but that I suspect is a cups problem.

> As I say, I am running Debian Squeeze.  2 instances of 3.5.13
> (clients) and 2 of (here at home).  So far, I am very
> pleased with it.

Good !  I'm glad that you are pleased with TDE.  A lot of people have 
put a great deal of hard work into it.

> One of the two clients had never used Linux before.  So far, after
> about six months, she has hit one problem only - but it was just a
> setting that she couldn't find, although it was there and I was able
> to set it for her.
> Alexandre's live CD is not "official" yet.  Perhaps you are using
> facilities that Alexandre does not use, so has not polished.  It is a
> marvellous facility to have given the community, but it is not fair
> to use it to say that TDE is never stable on anything.

Note:  I did say "My installation" !   Your comment is misleading and 
implies something that was not said...

My comments were simply based on my experience having, up to now, stuck 
with Open SuSE 11.1 and wanting to use a couple of applications that 
wouldn't run on it but do run quite satisfactorily on PClinuxOS.

I never saw any of the issues that I have reported whilst running Open 
SuSE.  In fact I don't see any lockups running the PClinuxOS live CD.

Thanks to another user who kindly pointed out a setting in Kmail I think 
the issue with replies ending up in the wrong folder is down to me not 
knowing what setting and where to look for it.

> Ubuntu and Debian appear to be the best supported (impression, not
> detailed analysis).  Have you tried either of those?  It sounds as
> though Wheezy and TDE is still not stable, so you would get better
> stability by sticking to Squeeze, though I advise using Sl�vek's
> repositories.  Mutatis mutandis, I am sure that the same applies to
> Ubuntu (Kubuntu), but I am not up on that, so cannot express an
> opinion on which version is the best compromise between stable and
> up-to-date.
> Lisi

The other distributions you mention I've only tried the live CD's.

Best Regards: