Re: Install kde-desktop on existing debian install
On Mon, 10 Oct 2011 09:07:44 -0500, Harry Putnam wrote:
> Camaleón <email@example.com> writes:
>>>> Errr, did you read the said instructions, right? ;-)
>>> Do you mean the instructions at:
>> Yes, I mean reading the *full* instructions, not only the *first*
> Not to quibble but that line is clearly intended to be the main
> instruction and supposed to get the job done. And further were I not so
> incompetent as I am. It probably would have been sufficient too.
You have to remember that Debian likes much splitting packages into small
ones so people can install "only" what it is really needed and nothing
more. So the expected in this case is having a KDE environment with your
current login manager, unless you tell otherwise ;-)
(and "kdm" and also the "language packages" are mentioned there in the
event you also want to have them installed)
>> Then you can proceed with point 2/ of the advice I described in your
>> second created thread.
> Thanks for your helpful input. On this mornings bootup, I finally came
> face to face with the `kde greeter' and have successfully logged into a
> full kde Environment. In fact at this moment I have KDE running on VT
> 7, and fluxbox running on VT 8, display :0 and :1 respectively.
> The main reason I undertook to acquire a kde-desktop was based on
> something Scott F. mentioned in msig-ID:
> Message-ID: <[🔎] 4E8FACD8.firstname.lastname@example.org>
I can't see such a package ("kde-desktop"), what are you referring to?.
> Do you know anything about how that might be done?
Nope, sorry, and that pertains to another thread so any reply will go to
there, not here ;-)