RE: Newbie apt-get question
It is always good to ask the obvious. Actually I have rebooted the machine
after every upgrade or install, just to make sure!
Another gentleman was asking about my sources.list. It has the following
deb http://http.us.debian.org/debian stable main non-free contrib
Is that correct??
As for kde, the error that I get is:
Sorry, but the following packages have unmet dependencies:
kde: Depends: konsole but it is not going to be installed or
konsole3 but it is not installable
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From: Wilhelm Fitzpatrick [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 2:03 PM
To: deFreese, Barry
Subject: RE: Newbie apt-get question
At 1:35 PM -0700 7/30/02, deFreese, Barry wrote:
>Thanks for the info on the kernel, still learning all this stuff! 2.2
>to be working fine.
>XFree86 version number says 11 but the vendor release number says 3360.
Yeah, that's 3.3.6. Also, I get an XFree86 version number as the
next line under vendor release number, but maybe that was added in 4.
I hesitate to ask the obvious, but have you logged out of your X
session and logged back in since doing the upgrade?
Also, I'm running 4.1 but I have no /var/log/xfree86.log. Just my
gdm logs and an old old xdm.log
>And it looks like I am running xdm, not gdm so the log file I am looking at
>should be correct. Since you mentioned gnome, I might as well throw in
>another question. I have tried to pull down kde using "apt-get install
That seems right. It should announce it's going to download a whole
pile of packages when you do that.
What exactly is the dependency error you are getting?