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Re: Problems installing debian-edu-8: automated install -> x-window crashes, manual install -> install not possible

New try, new install.

I continued with 64 bit expert install: It stuck with software selection.

Dependency problems:
exim4-daemon-heavy : Kollidiert mit: mail-transport-agent
exim4-daemon-light : Kollidiert mit: mail-transport-agent
sudo : Kollidiert mit: sudo-ldap aber 1.8.10p3-1+deb8u3 soll installiert 
sudo-ldap : Kollidiert mit: sudo

I am stuck.
What now?


Am Mittwoch 30 November 2016, 16:55:18 schrieb AWIDON:
> Hi @ all.
> I am facing some "strange" problems with the latest DebianEdu edition.
> http://ftp.skolelinux.org/skolelinux-cd/debian-edu-8+edu0-CD.iso
> I am using an "old" Dell Workstation (T5500) where
> - debian-live-8.5.0-amd64-kde-desktop
> - kubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-amd64
> and
> - lmde-2-201503-cinnamon-64bit
> were running before my DebianEdu installation attempts.
> Upper operating systems were running stable on this machine.
> -> DebianEdu automated installation process:
> When walking through the graphical automatic installation process and
> select Main Server, Workstation and Thin Client Server as profiles,
> the installation runs through without any problem.
> - After the login in KDE the machine does what it should.
> - But after some minute X-window crashes and terminal F1 appears on the
> screen.
> - when logging in and restart x again, KDE starts and again, after
> some minute x-window crashes, and I end up on F1 again.
> In the log files I was just reading something about dBus...
> -> DebianEdu manual expert installation process:
> As I didn't like the partitions the automated installation made, I started
> a new installation and selected graphical manual install. Also with upper
> profiles. But it always failed, like mentioned here:
> https://lists.debian.org/debian-edu-german/2016/11/msg00004.html
> -------
> Before I start a new try of "manual expert installation process", I would
> like to know if you are interrested in the log-files (if yes, which ones)
> to see what causes the x-window crash after automated installation.
> Otherwise I just start and these log-files "are gone".
> Thanks
> Siegfried

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