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Re: did i destroy kde? newbie

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Nope...you didn't  kill kde...for some reason apt just removes everything 
without replacing it. If you start with apt-get install kdebase, you should 
get back to rolling. 


On Friday 14 March 2003 20:18 pm, Chris Tillman wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 14, 2003 at 03:32:44PM +0000, Benjamin Swatek wrote:
> > Hi,
> > finaly i got it all debian and the XServer working (i was the one
> > searching for the ~).
> > now i somehow destroyed kde, i tried to upgrade it via apt-get from
> > http://download.us.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/latest/Debian/ woody main
> > and
> > http://ktown.kde.org/~nolden/kde stable main
> > this told me some unmet dependencies or something, which i stupidy
> > ignored trying to install the libs and other stuff one by one with apt.
> > Well, don't know what else i did, but now i did completly lost kde.
> > Can anyone tell me how to reinstall it (i do have all the CDs if that
> > helps) and if possible how to upgrade it without destroying something
> > (keep in mind that i don't have no idea about what i'm doing ;).
> > Although i would like to upgrade GNOME and have no idea about how to,
> > too. Still looking for a DUMMY-Guide for debian...
> Ask on debian-kde, but in general you can use apt-get remove
> or apt-get --reinstall install.
> --
> "The way the Romans made sure their bridges worked is what
> we should do with software engineers. They put the designer
> under the bridge, and then they marched over it."
> -- Lawrence Bernstein, Discover, Feb 2003

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