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Re: How to rescue a screwed up install of KDE on wheezy

On 10/10/11 11:14, Harry Putnam wrote:
> Victor Nitu <victor@debian-linux.ro> writes:
>> On 10/09/2011 07:37 PM, Harry Putnam wrote:
>>> kde-full was installed on a newishly installed wheezy OS.
>>> When I rebooted I got a KDM login and was then dropped into an X
>>> session with only a terminal emulator and black backdrop.  No
>>> icons, panels or etc.  Further no menus produced by clicking any mouse
>>> buttons.
>> What exactly were your options in KDM login? I mean, which sessions
>> could you have chosen then?
> Sorry... that was an error on my part.  I saw a gui login and just
> took it to be the kde one.  It did not look like the gnome one.
> Turned out not to be the kde login after all.  So to this point I have
> never yet raised a kde login.
> I can get an X session by going to a virtual terminal and starting
> fluxbox on display :1 with startx -- :1 
> (and with .xinitrc set to execute startfluxbox)
> Sorry for the mis-information
Thankyou for the additional information, however...

Please stop forking the thread. I'll respond to the original post - not
each of an increasing number of off-shoots. :-)

Be patient (I am not on holidays or retired).


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