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Month: June 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Which platforms does Trinity support?

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 01:08:45 -0500
> The Welcome help handbook says the following:
> TDE is a graphical desktop environment for UNIX® workstations. The Trinity
> Desktop Environment combines ease of use, contemporary functionality, and
> professional graphical design along with the technical advantages of the
> UNIX® operating system.
> The underlying KDE3 source code supported many Unix-like Operating
> systems. Are we still supporting anything other than Linux based systems?
> I want to make the handbook statement technically correct. "Unix and
> Unix-like" systems? "Unix, Unix-like, and Linux based" systems?
> Darrell

TDE is theoretically capable of working on Unix-like systems, though I
don't think that has been tested for some time.  There was some interest
from at least one user of FreeBSD, but I haven't heard anything recently
on that front.

Linux is definitely the platform of choice for most TDE users, and the TDE
codebase will receive the most testing and support on that platform as a