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Re: How can I install gnome on my nec versa note

ntr wrote:

well, technically, all you need is

apt-get install gnome

for the X is necessary and will be downloaded anyway...
Unless the package dependencies have been fixed, gnome does not depend on xserver. It is necessary to manually select the xserver-xfree86 package (or some meta package) as well as the gnome package.

martensjason:/home/jason# aptitude show gnome
Package: gnome
Depends: gnome-desktop-environment (= 60), gnome-office (= 60), bluefish, evolution | balsa, gnome-cups-manager, gnome-system-tools (>= 0.90.0), gnome-themes-extras, magicdev | gnome-volume-manager, rhythmbox, synaptic | gnome-apt, totem, xscreensaver

===== Original Message From Shreyas Ananthan <shreyas@stallion.umd.edu> =====
"À" <libo_swit@263.net> writes:

1. How can I install GNOME on my note book?Are there some list about
the packages needed?

apt-get install x-window-system gnome

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