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Month: May 2018

Re: [trinity-devel] 14.0.5 schedule? 14.1.0 schedule?

From: Jimmy Johnson <>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2018 18:40:10 -0700
On 05/30/2018 04:43 PM, Mike Bird wrote:
> On Wed May 30 2018 16:19:09 Jimmy Johnson wrote:
>> My big concern is keeping both systemd and plasma out of my computer and
>> I consider it a challenge seeing how trinity is probably being developed
>> on computers with systemd installed and particularly as ubuntu has
>> systemd locked-in.  I'm willing to test development of trinity if it's
>> motivated by no-systemd and no-kde5-framework, as kde3 was built is the
>> best.  Am I wrong in feeling most trinity users feel the same way?
> We're certainly no-systemd on principle and TDE seems to have done a great
> job of avoiding assimilation by the systemd Borg.  I have no objection in
> principle to using some app from KDE 5 if we could make it work in TDE but
> at this time there's nothing we need from KDE 5.

> Devuan has been very helpful.  However Quagga is essential for our VPNs.
> Stretch Quagga was systemd-only but they recently restored SysV compatibility
> in Buster Quagga and that version works fine in Stretch / Ascii without any
> need for backporting, and just in time for Jessie EOL!

Your post reminds me of what seems to be a minor bug, when I update apt, 
aptitude or synaptic I get error saying it was looking for ascii but 
found stretch, simple fix is to change trinity repos to stretch, but 
would be nice if the repos worked as ascii on a devuan ascii install.

Jimmy Johnson

Devuan ASCII - TDE Trinity R14.0.5 - AMD A8-7600 - EXT4 at sda6
Registered Linux User #380263