On 16/09/2012 16:38, Lisi wrote: > I have frequently installed Trinity before, 3.5.11, 3.5.12, 3.5.13, 3.5.13 > with Slavek's repositories. I have never had a problem before. > > I am getting desperate. I am running 3.5.10 on Lenny on my working m/c at the > moment, and the system is sickly. I *need* a working box. And I *need* > KMail in order to have continued access to my emails. > > I have been trying for hours over several days to install on a newbuild. I > have posted before about the problems I had initially. When I installed > desktop-base-trinity separately it went on without a hitch. I can find no > way of installing kde-trinity. > > Having tried for hours to install kde-trinity from where I had got to, I gave > in and installed LXDE. I immediately gained a functioning LXDE. I have > installed from inside LXDE frequently in the past. I have installed with > Slavek's repositories already enabled in the past. > > Having got my functioning LXDE, I again tried to install kde-trinity. Again > no success. Exactly the same result as before. > > I installed some of the missing packages manually, but most of them refused to > install. > > I have just tried again, and this time I got a shorter, and therefore legible, > list of problems, but most of the unresolved dependencies were virtual > packages and refused to install. > > The only thing that I can think of to try now is to do a default install of > Squeeze, get Gnome 3 (yuk!) and try to install from there. Any better ideas? > All suggestions welcomed. > > Lisi > > Hi Lisi, I've done TDE installs on top of fresh Squeeze installs loads of times without problem. It's not clear to me from your post exactly what problems you're experiencing but if you let me know maybe I can help. I'll do a fresh squeeze install now, followed by a TDE install just to confirm it works here. i386 or x86_64? Please excuse me if I'm grabbing at the wrong end of the stick here or missing something. Cheers, Mike. -- Any question is easy if you know the answer!