Re: Another Newbie Troubles with Debian
On (15/05/06 12:58), Dov Oxenberg wrote:
> Actually that is what I was trying to convey in my previous post...I press the
> enter key and the system does it's thing, and when all is said and done, I
> don't have a desktop. Maybe I am asking the wrong question....after logging
> in, whether as the user I created or root, is there a command I need to invoke
> in order to fire up the KDE?
> Also, according to the software selection screen I am supposed to be able to
> make multiple selections...for example if I wanted to install the Web Server,
> DNS Server, FTP Server along with the desktop. How would I go about doing
> Maybe it's me but it just seems like this is something that should be clearly
> detailed in the installation instructions.
> Anyway, would you please enlighten me here?
I'm guessing you have command line thus:
If so type 'su' followed by the root password and then run
You will then be able to select kdebase and x-window-system-core ...
that should get you started with a desktop.
Once installed, hit Ctl-d to exit root
Good luck :)
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