On 04/09/2018 11:45 PM, spiralofhope wrote:
I had never heard of Trinity until now, and I've done a bit of
searching through distributions without systemd:
Thanks for the reply,
Trinity is not a distro without systemd and probably why you did not
find it, but there are a distro or two with no-systemd that use Trinity.
Personally I like clean base installs and then add the desktop and
Trinity is a KDE Desktop based on the award winning KDE3 desktop that
was abandoned by KDE about 9-10 yrs ago, adapted and updated by Timothy
Pearson, who used to develop Kubuntu, since KDE3 was abandoned.
It might still be available for one of them, but I suspect that when I
looked, it wasn't the main desktop environment for any of them.
Unless there's a packager behind the scenes working on it (fingers
crossed for you), Devuan itself doesn't have it packaged, so it's
unsurprising that (at a glance) no distribution based on Devuan
I was still curious..
I tried to find the developers' reasoning in building it, as
philosophies are a fascinating read for me. I had no luck. It appears
to be a continuation that matured into its own desktop environment.
May I ask your reasoning for wanting Trinity?
[ I wonder if you can be convinced of another environment (or none at
all) enough to migrate and use Devuan. ]
Simple, I'm a point and click user and KDE in my opinion is the best.
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