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Re: KDE Support in Debian

My installation step is like this:

1. Download stable netinstall CD
2. Install stable using netinstall as minimal possible
3. Change /etc/apt/sources.list to point to testing
4. Aptitude update
5. Aptitude full-upgrade
6. Aptitude install kde-minimal

On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 12:58 AM, Scott <sclewin@sgaming.ca> wrote:
I tried looking for a KDE Testing CD for i386 and I could not find any.  Actually, I can not find any i386 Testing CD's or DVD's on debian.org.  Haves testing drop 32bit support?

I tried a net install downloaded using Unetbootin, but there was no option to install KDE.  I could only select desktop which would install Gnome.  Should I install the standard system only then install KDE using Apt-get?

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