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Month: December 2014

Re: [trinity-users] backpedal to r14.0.0

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2014 13:30:03 -0600
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> On Sun, 28 Dec 2014, Michele Calgaro wrote:
>> Hash: SHA512
>> On 2014/12/28 06:19 PM, Felmon Davis wrote:
>> It means you are using the packages from the development branch, I
>> suspect Slavek's repository.
>> One way is to switch to the official TDE R14.0.0 packages (you can find
>> instruction on the wiki), or if you are not going to upgrade that system
>> for a while, you can just stick with what you have. R14.0.1
>> (development) so far has a few fixes over R14.0.0 already commited, so
>> they wouldn't harm your installation.
>> Cheers
>>  Michele
> I think I'm asking the wrong question. to be sure, I don't know how I
> got into the Development branch but the real issue is I'm having
> trouble with several programs.
> let me mention the issues; perhaps there's some general approach to
> them. I'm reluctant to spin off more threads though; I've taken up
> too much time as it is.
> a) can't start evince except by exporting XAUTHORITY and running it as
> root. (and I hate the interface!)

That sounds like one of the GTK engines might be causing problems.  When
you run evince under TDE from a terminal what does it spew?

> b) cannot install okular without massive dependencies or backpedalling
> this or that systemd files or other bits of intestines.

IIRC okular will have many dependencies due to being a KDE application;
this is normal-ish?

> c) can't install bluetooth utilities on the laptop that has it.

Terminal output would be helpful here too. :-)

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