|Alle domenica 08 marzo 2009, Manolete, ese artista... ha scritto:|
> First. Are you sure you want to install ALL KDE4, with all the games, the
> educational programs, etc, etc? If not you can try the package
> "kde4-minimal" and later install the programs you want individually.
> Second. I would try the fast and easy way instead of wasting time and
> mental health investigating all those problems you mention. I would do a
> basic install of the testing branch from
> http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer; you don't have even to waste
> a CD, there are lots of webpages with easy instructions to install from an
> USB memory, like this one:
> http://www.esdebian.org/foro/26476/howto-instalar-debian-usb. Once
> installed the system I'd just install Xorg, my graphic card's drivers and
> then add unstable and experimental repos to my sources.list and install the
> desktop. If you don't want to be on an hybrid Testing/Unstable/Experimental
> system you can update to Sid, clear, but I'd try this easy way first and
> verify everything works fine before.
> For KDE4 updates from experimental remember to follow the instructions here
> El Domingo, 8 de Marzo de 2009 15:03:52 Guan de dio escribió:
> > Hi everybody,
> > Today is my 3rd day try to install Debian sid with KDE4 in a PC.
> > I have been using a Install CD of etch. After installing I upgrade
> > the distro to sid and enable the experimental repositories. I try to
> > install kde4 using aptitude install -t experimental kde4.
> > I'm surprise that after upgrade to sid, in the booting I can see a
> > lot of warning messages about /etc/modprobe.d/ XXXX has not a conf file
> > ¿?
> > The kde4 instalation fails due to the dependecens. The message said
> > that if the new packages will be installed some package will be broken,
> > package as rar, unrar, ...
> > Somes tips please?
> > Thanks,
> > GUAN
Don't fallow the way of installing and removing software as it's usual in Windows when you don't know what to do.
Etch it's a bit old but if you have been successful in installing it on you PC, then it's just a matter of dist-upgrade to arrive to Sid. Beware of the warnings, of course. :)
Don't worry about /etc/modprobe.d/ XXXX, everybody is having the same. New version of module-init-tools is sending this warnings to DEVELOPERS, so don't change anything, just live with it until the developers take action. Actually it means nothing for your system.
To install KDE4 see these instructions:
Remember, to force installation of experimental packages you must tell it to apt/aptitude with apt-get -t experimental install kde blah, blah, blah