Re: Removing KDE messed up the network
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On Thu, 22 Mar 2007 20:23:34 -0400
Michael Pobega <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Results: Network is screwed as that process also removed
> > avahi-daemon. Now booting up Etch results in a bunch of error
> > messages, and no network. Unless I can figure out exactly what went
> > on, and a way to get it back together in one piece without net
> > access (other than thru Dapper on this partition), it looks like a
> > complete re-install is in the works.
> > I'd also like to know why removing kde-desktop resulted in removing
> > a seemingly essential part of the network.
> Have you tried reinstalling avahi-daemon? And what kind of errors are
> you getting exactly?
I am about to try that - I dl'ed that and a few related packages on my Dapper
partition- moved them to Etch and I'll see what happens after I install.
All the boot error messages seem to relate to avahi-daemon
> What were you using the connect to the network? Was it wireless or
> wired? Were you using knetworkmanager, or anything else of the like?
> Have you tried ifup/ifdown?
DHCP ( I have a cable connection )...wired of course...will try ifup/ifdown
but I don't expect much there as several of the boot messges relate to network
> Just a bit more information would be helpful, I can't think of
> anything that removing KDE could do unless you rely on knetworkmanager
> or avahi-daemon to connect.
I looked through the packages aptitude was going to remove and they all
**seemed** to be KDE related but obviously some weren't :)
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