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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Missing Modules

From: Greg Madden <gomadtroll@...>
Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2011 11:21:38 -0900

On Saturday 26 November 2011 10:47:12 am Raevyn Vieria-Madison wrote:
> I was curious if anyone has run into this odd situation...
> I have Ubuntu and Kubuntu, and when I install TDE some parts in the
> systemsettings panel wont work properly, but when I install TDE on its
> own, those parts work. So I know its an issue with the other desktops
> "stealing" control is all. But this is my oddity.. I decided to see what
> Debian is about right. I installed it, and then I installed TDE. For
> some reason the systemsettings program didnt download. No biggie I found
> it in the repositories and installed it. But then I found that several
> options that should be in there are not. For simplicities sake I will
> name them off as a list:
> 1. Disks and Filesystems
> 2. User management
> 3. WINE configurator
> 4. System services
> I was wondering if there is a way to like, bring those modules in? I
> havent ever seen them just not be there before. Could it be an issue
> with Debian installing GNOME?

For reference:
I install Debian with out a desktop  or X, this is the base + standard install.

This is pretty easy to do on most of the install options Debian presents. Probably 
not the auto-install, which I have not tried. Uncheck the 'desktop' in 
the 'tasksel' screen that is part of the install. 

I add TDE sources and do a   TDE install, this gives me a clean TDE DE, which is 
what I want , ymmv.