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Month: August 2014

Re: [trinity-users] I am so, so sorry - Kubuntu 14.04

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2014 22:20:00 +0200
On Monday 11 of August 2014 22:08:52 Peter Laws wrote:
> Got a new workstation. �Wrong video card. �The vendor -- rhymes with Bell
> -- was happy to send me a 2-port card and 3 displays when I ordered a card
> that had 3 ports (because, hello, three displays).
> No problem, purchasing person, just have them send me the new card and I'll
> send the old one back. �Nope, no can do, user guy. �Send the whole system
> back.
> Three weeks later ...
> I decide I want the latest Kubuntu. �I see that there is no TDE for 14.04
> so I think "OK, surely they've made KDE 4 usable by now given that it's
> been how many years?"
> Um, no. �Panels won't extend across multiple screens - have to have one for
> each. �Do those stay on the screens where you put them? �No they don't.
> Surely this is something new. �No, it is not - googling around tells me
> that it's at least 5 years old *and* the plasma idiots say that this won't
> be fixed because it isn't a problem.
> Even *Konsole* is farked up. �What a mess.
> So here I am ... begging for 14.04 support in TDE because I really don't
> have the time to spend reinstalling *again* (I skipped over the Fedora 20
> and CentOS 6 chapters of the story). �This is a work system, where I do
> work, not a play system where I play. �That is a distinction lost on the
> plasma/KDE 4 idiots.
> Help?

For Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) you can use the development version of TDE R14.
You have two options:

1) Official nightly-builds:
deb trusty main
deb trusty main

2) Alternative preliminary-stable-builds:
deb trusty deps-r14 main-r14