You can add additional sources by using the 'apt-setup'
If all that is OK, you should also have seen an option to
desktop task. If the desktop task is for some reason not
installed, you can do that using aptitude.
'aptitude', move down to the line "--- Tasks", hit <enter> to open
it, move down to "--- End user", hit <enter> again.
End user does not exist under tasks just
Localization, Servers, Unrecognized.
You should now see a task "--- Desktop environment". Move down to that
hit <enter> again.
You should see about 20 packages listed
under the task, including at least
gdm, gnome, gnome-desktop-environment,
kde, kde-core and
kde-desktop and gnome are under
Are all the listed packages installed?
Their are 24 packages in the installed list
including GNOME and X 11 no KDE.
Their are 33 packages in the NOT INSTALLED
LIST including GNOME ,KDE and X11. This does not make sense that the same ones are listed in the installed and
the uninstalled list.
I hope this