three more:

Kmplayer is not able to play anything.

Mpv used to work smoothly, now it is loosing a lot of frames.

there is a broken package by default (maybe I broke it when I installed lm-sensors or osmo)

if you are unable to find any time, put them on your to-do list.


On Sun, Dec 25, 2016 at 2:27 PM, Abdorhman Ayman <abdorhman.ayman@...> wrote:
Thanks, I just installed the new 32bit version, and I have the following comments:

Kpersonalizer didn't auto-start on the first boot, have you done this on purpose? I don't think it's a good thing :(

After the first boot, the recycle bin was named "wastebin", but after rebooting it change into being a "trash"!!

now I can mount removable devices, which I couldn't do in the previous release :) =D thanks for fixing that bug, did you fix it on purpose?

creating a launcher of the installer on the desktop was a good idea, I was just about to suggest it.

Klipper DOESN'T auto-start after every boot, I have to start it manually, that's not a good thing I think.

do you have any localization plans for the feature? I would suggest turning the website into a multilingual one, and creating a nice FAQ, along with providing some screenshots and a list the holds the default applications list, it will still a plain HTML one, but just with a new content. If you're looking for someone to translate the installer into Arabic, count me in.


On Sat, Dec 24, 2016 at 2:11 AM, David Hare <davidahare@...> wrote:
Abdorhman, my apologies if my post was not clear.

There are now current Exe GNU/Linux versions dated  2016-12-10 for
both amd64 and i386:

These live images are no longer based on mainstream Debian. They are
now Devuan-based. I do not wish to support Debian's systemd policy.

My live builds are also "unofficial". How they are linked from the TDE
official site is up to the site admin (not me).

Thanks for the feedback on Exegnu, makes it all worth doing.


On 23/12/2016, Abdorhman Ayman <abdorhman.ayman@...> wrote:
> Hi there,
> thanks David :) I don't think that you understood me, what I meant was to
> change the word "Debian <>" into
> "Exe Gnu/Linux"
> as for the "32bit" thing, what I meant was that: this
> <> one
> is out-dated, I'm saying this because I saw the "last modified" date to be
> 2015-04-27, which definitely means that It doesn't contain the latest
> version of Tde. basically, I didn't understand any word in your last reply
> :) try using more simple words, English isn't the native language of many
> Gnu/Linux users.
> and thank you so much for creating this distro, I been using it for a week
> now and everything is smooth, the installer was simple, the applications
> selection is pretty good, I like the idea of adding GTK Youtube viewer,
> really thank you.
> respectfully
> On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 7:07 PM, David Hare <davidahare@...> wrote:
>> > I also think that you should change the word "Debian" to "Exe
>> > Gnu/Linux"
>> >which is more accurate, because it's not Debian :)
>> Actually, Exe Gnu/Linux is now Devuan-based. Far as I know the only
>> mainstream Debian+TDE live image is q4os.
>> I have been too busy to do updates recently but 32 and 64 bit ISOS are
>> now available.
>> On 19 December 2016 at 07:33, Abdorhman Ayman <abdorhman.ayman@...>
>> wrote:
>> > Hi there,
>> >
>> > Many thanks for your work on Tde, I can't believe that I can have all
>> this
>> > on my extremely old computer and still getting a fast responsive
>> > desktop
>> :)
>> >
>> > this page says "unless
>> > otherwise
>> > marked, all of them contain the most recent version" which is
>> > apparently
>> > stopped being true since the release of 14.0.4, Exe Gnu/Linux* for
>> example
>> > is using 14.0.3 for the 64bit version, while the 32bit version seems to
>> be
>> > even older because the last update date for it is 2015!
>> > I strongly believe that both Q4 os and Exe Gnu/Linux links needs to be
>> > changed in order to reflect the home page not the downloads page,
>> > because
>> > the user needs to read about them before downloading, I also think that
>> you
>> > should change the word "Debian" to "Exe Gnu/Linux" which is more
>> accurate,
>> > because it's not Debian :) and state the your "Ubuntu" releases are not
>> > official, and is made be you (isn't it?)
>> >
>> > please discuses
>> > respectfully
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