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Re: Debian 2.2

> solfa wrote:
> Dear Sir,
> This is the first time I am trying out Debian and I am having alot of
> problem. I have tried all the other Linux distributions except Debian
> and I am not very happy about them.
> I don't have any problems at all installing all the other Linux
> distributions except Debian.
>  My Debian 2.2 comes in a magazine calls LINUX Magazine France Special
> Edition.It has 4 CDs. I realised that the NON U.S and the N° 1 CD are
> exactly the same.

NO, they are not. Use md5sum and you will see. You probably need to get
good cds.

> I have tried installing it since Friday and today is Sunday evening
> and I can only get this far:
> hdc:tray open
> end request:I/O error,dev 16:00(hdc) secteur 31032
> dpkg. split : error
> reading/cdrom/dists/potato/31036/main/binary-i386/editions/jed-cann
> a_0.98.1.jo55-2
> dab:Input/Output error
> dpkg:error
> processing/cdrom/dists/potato/main/binary--i386/editors/jed-cann
> a_0.98.7.j055-2.deb
> subprocess dplg-split returned error exit status 2
> Errors were encountered while processing
> /cdrom/dists/potato/main-i386/text_1.0.990914-1deb
> /cdrom/dists/potato/main-i386/libs/jed_common-jan_0.98.7.jo55.2deb
> /cdrom/dists/potato/main-i386/editors/  etc........
> /cdrom/dists/potato/main-i386/editors etc.........
> E: Subprocess/usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
> Some errors occured while unpacking. I am going to configure the
> packages that were installed. This may result in duplicate errors or
> errors caused by missing dependencies. This is OK, only the errors
> above this message are important.Please fix them and run Install
> again.
> Press enter to continue.
> When I press enter to continue I'll just end up in a text mode without
> configuring the mouse,monitor,printer and the sound card. An I can't
> do very much with it.
> There is no way I'll be able to get the graphic mode because it just
> cannot detect XF86 or XF86Setup or XF86Config nor startx.
> Could you please give me some detailed advice?
> Thanks
> Solfa

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