Re: xorg not installing - Fixed!
On Sunday 12 November 2006 01:06, Larry Garfield wrote:
> > Another thing to try is if "discover1" works better than "discover":
> > http://ftp.debian.org/pool/main/d/discover1/
> Now this is fascinating. If I just switch directly to discover1:
> aptitude install discover1
> Then it removes discover, installs discover1, sees that xserver-xorg is not
> fully installed and successfully installs it! Whatever the difference is
> between discover and discover1, it looks like discover is broken on my
> system but discover1 isn't. Very weird.
> I'm going to try restarting X and see if it survives. If you don't hear
> from me, it means my system is dead. ;-) Thanks.
That seems to have done it. Thanks!
What exactly is the difference between discover and discover1? I'm curious
why one would die and the other not.
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