Re: KDE and VNCServer
> Hi all,
> I have just installed Debian Woody on a machine that was running
> Mandrake 9.0, and hit a few snags.
> After installing, I editing my /etc/apt/sources.list to include the
> KDE.ORG info to install KDE 3.1, and ran apt-get dist-upgrade
> Everything appeared great.
> I then ran apt-get install vncserver.
> Now, on the machine I get the login prompt (kdm), and can login to KDE
> no problem, but the fonts are totally wrong - the default helvetica font
> looks like the system font (so damaged fonts install?) and I haven't got
> a clue how to start fixing this one...
Try making sure that xfs is running. Also look at /etc/X11 to see if you
XF86Config has been "upgraded"
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