Re: how NOT to work with debian
On Monday 11 August 2003 5:19 am, Damien Solley wrote:
> Yes, it seems kde is not installed. startkde should work.
> Perhaps you should rerun apt-get and see if you can install kde?
> apt-get install kdebase
> Perhaps there is a problem with the installation? Maybe even run:
> apt-get install kdebase --reinstall
This turned out to be relevant - resulted in replacing 4 and installing 7
packages. One of these has included startkde (which was absent before).
Unfortunately it still doesn't run.
startkde: line 3: /usr/bin/kde2: No such file or directory
startkde: line 3: exec: /usr/bin/kde2: cannot execute: No such file or
Which is odd. Surely all the later kde versions use kde not kde2?
> Any problems reinstalling kde, keep mailing.