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Alain De Vos

Son of Beastie

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Combination of sway & labwc,
 

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grahamperrin

Beastie's Twin

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Trihexagonal

Son of Beastie

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FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE-p4
Thinkpad W520
Intel Quad Core 2nd Gen i7-2760QM @ 2.40GHz
8 GB RAM PC3-10600
Hitachi Travelstar 500GB HDD @ 7200 RPM
Nvidia Quadro 1000M
15.6" TFT display with 1920x1080 (FHD) resolution with LED backlight
Razer DeathAdder USB mouse
 

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Work in progress (TODO: missing emacs glyphs, showing CPU load in reasonable way, ...) :|
Software: xmonad + xmobar + dmenu, left to right clockwise: emacs + htop + zsh
Hardware (ancient junk): Mobo: Tyan S7010, CPU: 2xXeon X5690, RAM: 48GB ECC DDR3, Disks: 128GB SSD SP/500GB SSD WD, GPU: Nvidia Quadro K2200
 

hunter0one

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KDE 3.5 was a very substantial desktop in terms of features. It is quite impressive to see it working. I bet it also feels quite light and snappy compared to more recent DE projects.
For sure, about 400MB in total for the desktop so basically it's as light as Xfce but even more featureful than Plasma. There was a lot that Plasma threw away that Trinity continues.

You can follow a guide I wrote here on how to install it.
 

kpedersen

Son of Beastie

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You can follow a guide I wrote here on how to install it.
Thanks for that. It looks like a really nice guide. I am surprised how straight forward it all looks.

I have also seen that it installs to /opt. I.e /opt/trinity/bin/tdm. That is just beautiful. The later DE projects forgot the concept of self-contained decades ago!
 

hunter0one

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Thanks for that. It looks like a really nice guide. I am surprised how straight forward it all looks.

I have also seen that it installs to /opt. I.e /opt/trinity/bin/tdm. That is just beautiful. The later DE projects forgot the concept of self-contained decades ago!

Since it's not an official port it installs to /opt to avoid any conflicts. 🙂
 
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