RE: Minimal X-Windows Setup
I am using apt-get...so this does make total sense that all the depends
are being sucked down via aptitude.
Thanks...I have a little more to look at now which helps a ton.
From: Kevin Mark [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 3:30 PM
Subject: Re: Minimal X-Windows Setup
On Mon, Oct 02, 2006 at 12:24:10PM -0400, Stephen Yorke wrote:
> I am looking for a basic X-Windows setup&I have tried several things
but I am
> just not getting it.
> Does anyone have some sort of package list which will get me a
> setup. Anytime I do anything with X-WINDOW-SERVER-* I get tons of
> and I do not want them.
> Mainly, I want an X setup which will allow me to view an X session log
> GDM and have Fluxbox as my window manager. Maybe I am going about it
> but I know I am going through hell trying to figure it out.
> Thanks in advance,
'x-window-system-core' < 'x-window-system', so install the former.
but it maybe the dpkg front-end that you are using that is adding
'suggests'. aptitude normally adds this, so you may see more things
being downloaded. So checkout the aptitude options to turn this off and
it will install less things.
ps. what commnd are you using to install this, if this is not the case?
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