Debian Multimedia :: Jessie Gnome-xrandr No Longer Works

May 13, 2015

Updated old Eeepc 1005HAB to Jessie. Used to have a text file:

xrandr --output LVSD1 --mode 1024x600 --fb 1024x768 --panning 1024x768"

that I could run (twice in a row, it needed) to allow the scroling of the screen to see the bottom 1/4.

This no longer works.

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Debian Multimedia :: From Lenny To Squeeze - Xrandr No Longer Works

Mar 17, 2011

Are you running Lenny? If yes, try this:

Be sure that there is an active X.
Press Ctrl+Alt+F1 to switch to tty1.
Login with your normal username and password.
Enter the command: "xrandr -d :0.0 -q"

You should be rewarded with information about your current screen.

Are you running Squeeze? If yes, try the above procedure and please explain to me what this means: No protocol specified

Can't open display :0.0

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Debian :: Upgraded From Wheezy To Jessie / Now Only GNOME Classic Works

Apr 27, 2015

I did an in-place upgrade to Jessie today and I can only get the GNOME Classic desktop, which I have to select when I log in. I had started to get used to the default desktop in Wheezy, so I'd like it back if possible. When I select gnome system default, I get my desktop, but no menus or anything I can click on at all. All I can do is ctrl-alt-delete and reboot or shutdown. I run it on a Lenovo Ideapad U410.

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Debian Configuration :: Jessie Xrandr Rotation Bad Corruption

Nov 25, 2015

DE: lxde
version: Jessie
using xorg file: no

After changing my video cards from gigabyte HD5450 and saphire X550 to two saphire r7 240s one of my debian installs no longer supports rotating the monitors either with 'Monitor Settings' or xrandr. The only difference between these 2 Jessie installs is that one was upgraded and the other one was fresh. The problem is with the upgraded one. On the fresh installed debian I just put the ati proprietary driver so I won't do further testing on it but xrandr was working fine on it before that.

I tried going over the ATIHowTo [URL] .... and everything looks good. Tried purging the non free firmware and reinstalling. I verified the version numbers of libxrandr2 and kernel of both installs. It is either some scrap left over from wheezy or a configuration file I am not aware of.

So what actually happens is xrandr does not say anything, blanks out all windows on the screen with only their background color and title bar showing, changes the lxpanel to its background pattern except for 2 blanked out boxes almost to the right of the screen( I have 10 tray icons there before it blanks), activates the screen I wanted to rotate with the proper rotation. On my main screen I can't click on anything. On the rotated screen I can right click and I get my openbox right click menu like I do on my main monitor before the command but when I try to run something nothing happens. The only way I can get out of this situation is to go to ctrl-alt-f1, log in as root and type 'service lightdm restart'.

Both of these monitors are connected to the primary video card, an ati r7 240 saphire. The main one is on vga and the other one is on DVI. I also have another monitor connected to HDMI but it's not being used. I have yet another monitor connected to the VGA of the secondary GPU I don't think it's a problem is it? I tried not using 'xrandr --setprovideroutputsource 1 0' and it still did the same thing.

I tried just launching openbox with no LXDE and it did the same thing.

Also another strange thing is when I stop the lightdm service and try to 'startx' or 'xinit' my screens go blank; numlock, control-alt-delete and control-alt-f1 do nothing and the only thing I can do is an emergency REISUB. I didn't configure this install to use startx or xinit yet but should it really lock up my system?

On the affected system my script looks like this (I already did this step by step and the 'rotate left' line is causing the problem):

Code: Select allxrandr --setprovideroutputsource 1 0
xrandr --output VGA-0 --primary --mode 1680x1050 --pos 0x0 --rotate normal
 --output DVI-0 --mode 1680x1050 --pos 0x1050 --rotate left
 --output HDMI-0 --off
 --output VGA-1-1 --off

lxpanelctl restart

Additional info:

Code: Select all$ inxi -G
Graphics:  Card-1: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Oland PRO [Radeon R7 240]
           Card-2: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Oland PRO [Radeon R7 240]
           Display Server: X.Org 1.16.4 drivers: ati,radeon (unloaded: fbdev,vesa)
           Resolution: 1680x1050@59.88hz, 1680x1050@59.95hz
           GLX Renderer: Gallium 0.4 on AMD OLAND GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 10.3.2

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Debian Multimedia :: Jessie With Gnome - Cannot Log In

Dec 29, 2015

Here's the thing:

- Debian boots normally
- I get the login screen
- Once my credentials entered, I see only the grey foreground of the login screen for a couple of seconds, then a black screen with a prompt for like half a second and then I'm back to the login screen. No error message, nothing.

When booting in recovery mode and use startx, it works fine (it's my setup at the moment). From there, if I start gdm3 (systemctl start gdm.service), I get the black screen with a prompt and I can do nothing, I have to shut down directly by pressing the button.I tried to add Debian-gdm user to the video group (even if I don't use nVidia drivers), to replace gdm by lightdm and even to remove any display manager but the issue is not solved.Here are some outputs:

Code: Select all# dpkg-reconfigure gdm3
Job for gdm.service failed. See 'systemctl status gdm.service' and 'journalctl -xn' for details.
invoke-rc.d: initscript gdm3, action "reload" failed
Code: Select all# journalctl -xn
-- Logs begin at Tue 2015-12-29 19:16:26 CET, end at Tue 2015-12-29 20:20:55 CET

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Since removing gdm didn't change anything, I assume it doesn't have anything to do with it but still.

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Debian Multimedia :: Etch>Lenny, Sudo Konqueror No Longer Works?

Feb 2, 2011

Testing an upgrade Etch>Lenny 5.08, and one issue I've found is that "sudo konqueror" in a teminal no longer gives root priveleges, instead konqueror starts with limited rights. It also seems that using a .desktop shortcut, an attempt to run konqueror under any credentials other than the logged-on user fails.

Yet, 'sudo kwrite' works. Anyone met this before, or know why?

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Debian Multimedia :: Jessie XFCE GNOME - How To Shutdown

Jan 7, 2016

After I upgraded debian wheezy to debian jassie I cannot find how to switch off the computer from GNOME and XFCE. On GNOME I even cannot see a logout button. Where is it hidden?

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Debian Multimedia :: Dual Monitor Jessie Gnome

Mar 9, 2016

In Debian Jessie Gnome with two screens, I would like to execute

xrandr --output HDMI1 --primary --right-of eDP1
xrandr --output eDP1 --rotate left

prior to showing the GNOME user logon screen. Unfortunately, all information I seem to be able to find on this appears to be relevant for pre-systemd Linux only.

The situation is that I have two monitors: One small tilted monitor on the left with 1024 x 768 which should be secondary and one larger landscape monitor on the right with 1920 x 1080 which should be secondary. Everything works persistently AFTER a user has logged on. However, after booting the system or after changing users, the small monitor becomes primary so (a) the user needs to logon using that monitor and (b) as the monitor is physically tilted, one needs to tilt the head to read it wihtout the xrandr commands.

If I can get beyond this issue, there is a second issue: While one can pick the primary and secondary monitor in Gnome, monitor numbers 1 and 2 seem to be fixed. This becomes a problem when using freeRDP to connect to a Windows server with dual monitors. Then, the smaller, secondary monitor is number 1 and thus, it is the Windows logon and primary screen. Is there a way to switch numbers 1 and 2 in Linux, for example somewhere in the grub configuration?

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Debian Multimedia :: Jessie Upgrade - Gnome Terminal Transparency

May 1, 2015

Under wheezy, I could set gnome-terminal profile to partial transparency, i.e., to display the desktop wallpaper behind the text. (E.g., a picture of my girlfriend.) But after upgrade to Jessie, this option completely disappeared, and now I can only pick a solid color. Do I need to flip a setting or something to get this back? Am running default Gnome desktop (not fallback mode) though I think I only have 2D acceleration.

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Debian Multimedia :: Jessie Gnome 3.14 - Installed Applications Not Found

Dec 31, 2015

I have did a clean installation of Debian Jessie today on my laptop and my computer.I use the Gnome 3.14.1 Desktop environment.

I installed Spotify-Client via PPA, and i installed the gconf-editor, gufw and Google Earth. Those 3 applications are not visable in the Gnome applications menu.

If i run then via the terminal, e.g. spotify-client, gconf-editor, gufw and google-earth, the applications are started. They seem to be installed correctly. I tried either running apt-get purge spotify-client gconf-editor google-earth-stable gufw, and reinstalled those applications, to no avail.

I even tried installing another desktop environment, mate-desktop. The shortcuts to the applications do exist in /usr/share/applications. Only not in the Gnome 3 menu. It's strange, because this problem happens both on my desktop and my laptop computer.

I run:
Debian Jessie 8.2.0 with Gnome 3.14.1.
Kernel 3.16.0-4
amd64 architecture

I also tried reinstalling Gnome-Shell and GDM. But it doesn't work.

Before, Debian Wheezy 7.9 was installed, and there was no problem. My Debian installation is fully up-to-date.

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Debian Multimedia :: Jessie 8.3 - How To Remove GNOME And Install MATE

Mar 14, 2016

I have Jessie 8.3, netinstall and GNOME base. I want to switch to MATE and my question is hot to do it correctly.

I think it is impossible to do it by installing firstly MATE and the GNOME - both desktops should be crashed.

How to remove completely GNOME to be without any desktop environment? I can go to thext mode and run commands to delete the desktop but there is something more that I should do?

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Debian Multimedia :: How To Change Simple Scan Preferences In Gnome Jessie

Aug 12, 2015

I had a hard time finding out how to change -- get to-- the simple scan preferences. There is no batten on the screen to open preferences window. I found two way to change the preferences on simple scan.

1. Easy way:
I found that when you run a program in gnome an icon of that application appears on top bar. If you click on that icon a window will appear and one of the items on that window is preferences, by clicking on that you could open preferences window, and change your preferences.

2. Hard way:
Go to applications and open dconf Editor
then go to org section click on it
then go to gnome section click on it
then go to Simple-Scan click on it
now you can change things

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Debian Multimedia :: Ibus Works In Gnome But Not In Openbox System?

Apr 5, 2011

ibus works in a freshly installed wheezy with gnome, but it doesn't work in another system where I use openbox without desktop environment. The ibus-daemon is running and the icon is shown in the panel but the key sequence Ctrl+Space has no effect.

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Debian Multimedia :: SOUND - Line In Works But Doesn't Appear In Gnome Setup

Jun 4, 2015

I am runnig Jessie with the default GNOME. Every thing has been perfectly smooth, but for the audio line in. First you should now the same hardware was working well with Wheezy. Then the hardware card is RealTek ALC887-VD and I am using the analogic part (both for in and out lines).

Below I will write some command results, but first, it seems important to describe the problem. I can hear the audio line in. If I blow in a mic, I definitelly hear the sound of it in the output. With alsamixer I can toggle the line in level and it works fine. By the way, with pavucontrol, it is the same I have access to the line in. but when I look in the Gnome setting for the sound, input, no card is available, then no volume setting is available.

--> as a result, I can't record the sound from the mic. it is sent directly to the output without been taken into account in the system. So no comment on video making, no skype …

On the web, the problem is always "no sound with this card" "No sound after upgrade to Jessie"… but Card is working fine but no seen on a upper level…

Code: Select allroot@Desktop:~# lsmod |grep snd
snd_hda_codec_realtek    67127  1
snd_hda_codec_generic    63142  1 snd_hda_codec_realtek
snd_hda_codec_hdmi     45118  1
snd_hda_intel          26327  12

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Dec 8, 2009

For some unknown (to me) reason, "Ctrl+Shift+u, <unicode number>" doesn't work in F12. I had gotten quite used to this method in order to input several symbols and if you know what you want, it is a lot faster compared to using the character map. This was working in all recent Fedora versions.Does anyone know how to enable this functionality?

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Debian Hardware :: Android Phone No Longer Mounting Since Wheezy -> Jessie

Aug 7, 2015

Used to be, when I connected my phone and turned on USB Storage, it would automount, and I'd get a popup window asking me what I wanted to do (open and view files, or import photos with gthumb). I would just choose open and view files, move photos, music, etc. back and forth...

I would see the device listed in pcmanfm or thunar. Now, nothing happens. I do not get the popup, nor see the device in any file manager, etc. When I do fdisk -l, I do not see the phone listed, but when I do lsusb, I do see it.

Code: Select allBus 008 Device 067: ID 0482:0734 Kyocera Corp.
Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub

It's a Kyocera Hydro Elite, an android device, set for USB Mass Storage upon connection. The phone knows when it's been connected and gives me the option to turn on the mass storage, which used to trigger the popup on the computer, but the computer no longer responds.

I have thunar-volman and mtp-tools installed.

I don't seem to have any relevant entry in /etc/fstab. Not sure if I did before upgrading to jessie from wheezy or not... I don't believe so...don't think an upgrade would wipe anything from there.

Why I'm not getting access to the phone now? Or how I can mount it without knowing it's location from fdisk? I do not use gnome, but rather plain openbox.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: HDA Intel Sound No Longer Works

Oct 23, 2010

Since upgrading to OpenSuSE 11.3 I no longer have sound.I remember having the same prob upgrading to 11.2, but for the moment, I'm at a loss.

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Dec 22, 2010

I can run xrandr and I get the various modes thatwill supposedly work with my monitor.Then, I run xrandr -s 800x600 and the command tells me thathat mode is unavailable, even though it claims that it is in xrandr -s.What on earth does that mean, then?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Flash No Longer Works In 64bit Web Browsers

Jul 17, 2010

I installed 64bit flash last week when I installed Ubuntu 10.04 64bit on my new laptop, and for the past week it has worked without issues.

However a couple of day ago it simply stopped showing flash videos on sites such as ..... etc. I think there might have been a ream of updates around the time this happened but my memory is a little vague.

I have since tried installing the each of the 3 flash codecs in turn that Firefox recommends but these will not install, failing with an exit status of 2. After I tried this I followed the 64bit flash instructions on the Wiki once more to get back to the point when it previously worked but alas this has been of no help.

I have also tried loading flash videos in Chromium and these suffer from the same issue. Anyone have any ideas what could have caused flash to suddenly stop working?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Mencoder Cam Recording Script No Longer Works?

Mar 20, 2011

I have been using mencoder to record audio and video from my Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000. I've been using the following wrapper script under 10.04:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
outFile=$(date +%Y-%m-%d)
mencoder tv:// -tv driver=v4l2:width=800:height=600:device=/dev/video0:forceaudio:adevice=/dev/audio1 -ovc lavc -oac mp3lame -lameopts

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The video and audio work in other applications, but for some reason mencoder isn't using them. I don't like Cheese because it seems like I can't get equally high framerates at good resolution, and besides I want to be able to run this from the command line.

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Debian Configuration :: Network With Pidgin No Longer Works

Mar 14, 2011

There is something strange going on with Pidgin in Debian 6. I have just installed the system, then Pidgin, then configured my MSN accounts and chatted; but after rebooting, it no longer works. It just hangs while trying to connect - this is what I see from strace:

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- a largish number of times. My very rough and ready thoughts about this so far are that it is probably not Pidgin that has an error, since 1) It worked initially, and 2) I am pretty sure the developers would have know about it very quickly if this was a general problem in Pidgin. On the other hand, my networking seems otherwise to be fine - s what is going on here?

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Debian Multimedia :: Using Xrandr To Toggle Laptop Display

Jun 3, 2015

Background: I am running Debian 8 with the Xfce DE on my Toshiba Satellite Laptop.

When at home I will connect my laptop to an external display. I did the same while I was running Ubuntu; however, with Ubuntu I could activate my laptop display by simply disconnecting the external monitor. With Debian + Xfce, unplugging the external monitor leaves my laptop screen blank.

In order to activate my laptop display, I have to open Display settings, turn on laptop display -- which still leaves my laptop screen blank -- and then switch resolution: there are two listings for 1366x768 under resolution, and only the second one restores my laptop display. Please note that if I have both displays on at the same time the size of the output on my external monitor will be reduced to about the size of my laptop's display.

I would like the create a Bash script which can automatically switch between my displays. After some Googling it seems like xrandr is the tool I need for the job. However, I have been having trouble getting it to work.

I tried the command Code: Select allxrandr --output LVDS1 --auto --primary --output HDMI1 --off. This however just turns my external display off without turning on my laptop's display. I suspect this has something to do with the fact that LVDS1 has two modes at 1366x768; perhaps only one of them can actually display? I'm not sure, but anyways here's the output of xrandr:

Code: Select allScreen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1920 x 1080, maximum 8192 x 8192
LVDS1 connected 1366x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 344mm x 193mm
   1366x768      59.99*+
   1360x768      59.80    59.96 
   1024x768      60.00 
   800x600       60.32    56.25 

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Is there a way I can specify that xrandr should use the second 1366x768 mode?

I just realized that the second mode is, in fact, 1360x768 rather than 1366x768...

The good news is that I fixed my problem. It turns out that my backlight was not turning on, giving the appearance that my laptop screen was not displaying anything.

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Jun 3, 2011

I have problems with xrandr in a system with Nvidia GeForce 8600GT video card. I want to use xrandr to rotate the screen on the fly.

~:$ xrandr -q
xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma for output default
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 175, current 1600 x 1200, maximum 1600 x 1200
default connected 1600x1200+0+0 0mm x 0mm
1600x1200 50.0*
1600x1024 51.0

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I tried enable the last option, change values for xinerama and twinview, but nothing works.

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Apr 30, 2010

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I thought it was the monitor at first, and got a new one. The new one is a wide screen 18.5 inch Dell IN1910N. The problem persisted, so I knew it wasn't this. I kinda figured it out when I started smelling something burning coming from my computer, and discovered it was the graphics card I installed awhile back. It is the pci ATI X1550, and its fan no longer worked.

So I figured, well, I will just remove it and go back to the onboard video. Doing this worked fine, until I got to the stage where it tried to boot to the Xserver, and then the computer just hangs. No sounds indicate I ever get to a logon screen or anything.

Now, I tried commands like sudo dpkg-configure xserver-xorg, and it asked me a lot of questions about my keyboard, but didn't fix my video. I also tried the "Xfix" option in recovery mode, and it purged all the old fglrx drivers, but that didn't help either.

I am currently using a live CD (I was doing straight command-line for awhile, after I also played hell getting the wireless working). I tried literally coping and pasting the entire contents of the X11 folder over, but that didn't work either (the xorg.conf files were the same anyway). I don't know what to do to get my old partition to boot X correctly.

All the commands I was copying before are not in my terminal now, and I'm not sure exactly what command-line information you need. I know that Openchrome is supposed to run the onboard VIA video, but I don't recall the command that tells me everything about it.

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Jun 18, 2010

On my initial setup I follow the Comprehensive sound guide that is posted on the ubuntu forums because I wanted to get the spdif work Optical out with surround. After a while I was able some how to get it to work and but my headphones would no longer output sound so in an effort to get sound back to the headphones I maanged to ruin the the settings for the spdif.My question is how can I get spdif back and switch between headphones and spdif.I there no way to figure it out how do I purge every file that has to do with sound and recompile. ( THe comprehensive sound guide showed how to purge the alsa utils but that didnt work if someone know why please let me know and if you could explain.)

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Apr 12, 2011

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Jan 29, 2016

I just switched from Ubuntu to Debian and I am having trouble doing something that I found easy to do with Ubuntu. I have a Radeon R9 graphics card from MSI with dual DVI ports and I'm trying to get xrandr/arandr to detect my dual monitors but it only detects one. I've installed all the drivers and even installed the "amdgpu" driver from the Ubuntu repository but still not detecting. What drivers am I missing?

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Debian Multimedia :: Xrandr Rotate Kills X Leaves Monitors Blank

Feb 26, 2011

I have a dual Monitor Setup, both SXGA LCDs, one rotated left. With kernels and Xservers available from debian making settings appropriate kills X and apparently leaves modesetting and keyboard missconfigured - monitors say: no signal and it is not possible to switch to any VT until sysrq-unraw (alt-print-r) is pressed, which makes the system responding to keyboard, but still leaves the screens blank. Restarting the display manager sets a working mode with both screens showing the same.

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Debian :: Upgrade To Jessie Has Lost Gnome

Jul 3, 2015

I installed a package (kicad) on my wheezy system using apt-get and it pulled down a shedload more files than I expected.When I restarted the system it turns out I've also been upgraded to

Release 8.0 Jessie
Kernel Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64
GNOME 3.4.2

However I don't have gnome any more. Only XFCE.I tried

Code: Select allroot@client:~# apt-get install gnome

Reading package lists... Done.Building dependency tree.Reading state information... Done.Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming.

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 gnome : Depends: gnome-core (= 1:3.14+3) but it is not going to be installed
         Depends: evolution (>= 3.12) but it is not going to be installed
         Depends: evolution-plugins (>= 3.12) but it is not going to be installed
         Depends: gnome-shell-extension-weather but it is not going to be installed
         Recommends: gnome-software but it is not installable

E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

My /etc/apt/sources.list is

Code: Select all#

# deb cdrom:[Debian GNU/Linux 7.7.0 _Wheezy_ - Official amd64 NETINST Binary-1 20141018-13:04]/ wheezy main
#deb cdrom:[Debian GNU/Linux 7.7.0 _Wheezy_ - Official amd64 NETINST Binary-1 20141018-13:04]/ wheezy main
deb http://mirror.waia.asn.au/debian/ wheezy main
deb-src http://mirror.waia.asn.au/debian/ wheezy main

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Debian :: Jessie DVD Install - Changing Gnome To KDE

Jun 24, 2015

I am a experienced Windows person and my roots go back to DOS and the first version of windows. I am pretty good with computers but have little to no experience with Linux or Unix. About 30years ago I managed to make a painful transition from DOS and xTree Gold to Windows 3.1. Now I am leaving Windows behind forever...

I have installed Debian Jessie from a DVD that was made with the debian-8.1.0-i386-DVD-1.iso.

I have it installed and running with the Gnome desktop and now want to use the KDE desktop. As I understand it I have the files for the KDE desktop in my install and I see some KDE files the in the Packages app. But I don't know what I have, where it is, or how to use it.

I just cannot figure oout how to get the KDE desktop installed and running. If it is practical I would like to keep Gnome for now, switch to KDE as the defaultdesktop.

I have spend some hours googling and searching this forum and cannot seem to find anyting on switching or changing desktops from and with the Jessie install.

And if it can be done from Gnome that would be easiest for me because I am not much of a command line person yet and don't have a manual for doing that yet. But can use a terminal and enter commands if they are stated.

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