Jan Stolarek | 28 Jun 11:54 2016
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Amarok not playing MPC files

I just realized that Amarok is unable to play MPC (Musepack) files. I am using Debian 7 and have 
libmpcdec6 installed on my system. Is anyone facing similar issues?

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deloptes | 27 Jun 20:46 2016
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trying to install TDE to stretch

Hi, trying to install TDE to stretch (vm amd64) following this:

https://wiki.trinitydesktop.org/Preliminary_Stable_Builds

but I get E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or
old ones used instead. [1]

 apt-get install tde-trinity
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package tde-trinity

What should I do to get it done?

Thanks

[1]
Hit:4 http://ftp.at.debian.org/debian testing-updates InRelease
Ign:5 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates Release
Ign:6 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates/deps-r14 amd64
Packages
Ign:7 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates/deps-r14 all Packages
Ign:8 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates/deps-r14
Translation-en_US
Ign:9 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates/deps-r14
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Ign:10 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates/deps-r14 amd64
DEP-11 Metadata
Ign:11 http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb testing/updates/deps-r14 DEP-11
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Dr. Nikolaus Klepp | 27 Jun 19:59 2016

kmail & gpg

Hi all!

I have a strange issue with kmail and gpg (TDE 14.0.4, devuan jessie) :

When I open kmail and click on an encrypted mail, pinentry-gtk-2 asks for the gpg password once. When I click
on any other encrypted mail, it simply opens that mail decrypted - just as i like it. gpg-agent ist running,
kpgp is running. 

On a second computer and different user account when I click on an encrypted mail I get asked for the gpg
password every time (which is quite naging with ~ 100 encrypted mails per day). gpg-agent is not running,
kpgp is running. Starting gpg-agent by hand does not change this behaviour.

So, where should I start to look? Is it correct to assume that kmail starts kgpg which starts gpg-agent? how
can I get debug output?

Nik

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Dobigeon Nicolas | 26 Jun 23:56 2016
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Fresh install of TDE R14.0.3

Hello all,

I just did a fresh install of Debian Jessie on my main notebook with the 
lastest TDE. And i have to tell it's a pleasure to see that everything work 
out of the box ( the most of the hotkeys, screen brightness, etc ...)

I tried different artwork inclued in the repo,
But it's the first time i use the "lipstik" tqt style, it a very nice style, 
and look modern on TDE. Also "Crystal" windows decoration is impressive to 
look modern.

Can you tell me where we have to put icons, tqt style and windows decoration 
on TDE ? is it in "/home/user/.icons .themes" ... or 
in "/home/user/.trinity/share ..." ?

Thanks to the team.

See you ;)

Robert Peters | 26 Jun 05:20 2016
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How to download photos with Krusader?

Hello,

With PCManFM I can download photos from an LG phone using MTP
connection type.  In Krusader 1.90.0 under Trinity 14.0.4 using either
MTP or PTP, the phone doesn't even appear in the available media list.
I just upgraded everything and added kamera-trinity.  Any idea what
might be missing?

Thanks in advance - Robert

Istvan Gabor | 25 Jun 23:23 2016
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trinity install dependency problem, openSUSE 13.1, 13.2

Hello:

I tried to install trinity on oenSUSE 13.1 and 13.2 according to the instructions on page https://wiki.trinitydesktop.org/OpenSUSEInstall#For_OpenSUSE_13.2_.28R14.0.3.29

zypper install trinity-desktop gives  dependency error:

# zypper install trinity-desktop
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...
Resolving package dependencies...

Problem: trinity-desktop-14.0.3-1.oss132.noarch requires trinity-tdemultimedia >= 14.0.3, but
this requirement cannot be provided
  uninstallable providers: trinity-tdemultimedia-14.0.3-1.oss132.i586[trinity]
 Solution 1: do not install trinity-desktop-14.0.3-1.oss132.noarch
 Solution 2: break trinity-desktop-14.0.3-1.oss132.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies

Choose from above solutions by number or cancel [1/2/c] (c): c

I can find trinity-tdemultimedia 14.0.3, so I don't why the error is shown.
I can install trinity in yast software manager.

Istvan

Thierry de Coulon | 25 Jun 21:28 2016
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No mounted medium icon on Desktop

Hello all,

I have a strange problem, that was not there a dew days ago, although I could 
not say exactly when (or why and how) it appeared:

When I plug a CF card in my card reader, an icon appears on the desktop
when I _mount_ the card (by clicking on it), a Konqueror windows opens BUT the 
icon disappears - which means I can't umount it with the mouse, I have to 
open a console and umount by hand.

Of course I have checked that "Mounted removable medium" was selected to be 
displayed. It is. The only thing I changed recently was to set the Desktop 
Background to a slide show.

I could not find in which file these settings are kept. Maybe someone has an 
idea what's going on? R 14.0.0 by the way.

Thierry

Istvan Gabor | 25 Jun 14:21 2016
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start menu items categories

Hello:

I've been using openSUSE with KDE3 for several years. Recently I installed trinity (last stable) on
openSUSE 13.1. I am very satisfied with it so far. The only thing I miss know is how start menu items are
organized. In openSUSE they are organized into submenus in 2 or 3 levels (eg System/Archiving/*,
System/Desktop/* etc). Unfortunately trinity doesn't have this leveling, most programs are put under
one main menu item. Eg the program lists  in System menu almost fills my whole screen. Which files do I have to
modify to have openSUSE type menu categories? Is it enough to adjust a file in /etc/xdg/menus or do I have to
modify every single .desktop files belonging to the given applications, or something else?

Thanks,

Istvan

Uwe Brauer | 25 Jun 10:18 2016
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hibernate, freeze and suspend

Hi

I think that more or less succesfully I have installed trinity 14, over Kubunt 14.04, however
looked now hibernate, but I could not find it in TDEpowersave, there is freeze (not sure what it does, seems something between hibernate and suspend)

how can I activate hibernate?

thanks

Uwe Brauer
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Jan Stolarek | 24 Jun 22:58 2016
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Upgrading from KDE3 to R14

Hi all,

I have an old machine that still runs KDE 3. I plan to install Debian 8 with Trinity R14. Does R14 
support settings migration from KDE3? Or will all the settings be lost?

Janek

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Gene Heskett | 24 Jun 06:22 2016
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Odd error this evening

Greetings all;

As those of you the the USA know, Southern WV took a beating from the 
weather last night and today.  Heavy rains, high winds combined to kill 
the power for about 25% of the states population, and threaten to drown 
quite a few.  My own automatic 20 kw nat gas standby ran from about 3:20 
Thursday morning until a final restart shortly after 18:00 local.  So I 
am busy catching up on my email, when apparently my ups did not properly 
restart after one of the inevitable short term power up's when the line 
crews are closing circuits to see if they fault again because there yet 
another down tree laying on the lines a half mile around the corner.

So I'm typing away on a message reply when the screen goes black, the ups 
has a low battery and kills the load.  Restarting the ups was a matter 
of holding down the power button for 3 or 4 seconds, followed by a trip 
to the tower to tap its power switch.  Everything solved as soon as its 
booted, right?

Wrong...  No /usr/bin/X to be found.  I had to totally apt-get 
install --re-install  all of the Xorg-server stuff, 35 or 40 packages, 
to get the missing /usr/bin/X.  That may not have been the only package 
that was nuked by the untimely powerdown but I've no way to verify that.

But why should a powerdown as unceremonious as pulling the plug, have 
deleted /usr/bin/X?  It doesn't grok at this site.

Clues?

Thanks.

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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