Re: Re: How to install KDE with woody?
Am Sonntag, 15. Juni 2003 00:51 schrieb Kay-Michael Voit:
> what about a window manager?
KDE comes with its own window manager. Typing startx is to check if X dows run
at all. Without a window manager, you'll get a grey screen with an X shaped
cursor and can start smiling.
You don't actually need X _running_ (and it's not even helpful) for KDE to be
installed, but it's a good idea to look if X works before that for easier
debugging in the failure case.
"apt-get install kdelibs kdebase kdm" will bring you some KDE 2 in woody.
If you want KDE 3, you'll need to put a line into your /etc/apt/sources.list.
Find the deb line somewhere in this list...
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