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Hello. I have reinstalled Debian again from the 180 mb small netinstaller-CD. Everything works well. I have installed "apt-get install x-window-system" and set it all up and restarted my pc. ...
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    Help me with starting Debian up, plz


    Hello. I have reinstalled Debian again from the 180 mb small netinstaller-CD.
    Everything works well. I have installed "apt-get install x-window-system" and set it all up and restarted my pc. Now then i try to "apt-get install gnome", it just says "dpkg was interupted. You must manually dpkg --reconfigure -a to correct the problem".
    Now what should i do now? I have tried typing "dpkg --reconfigure -a", but what should i do there?
    Please help me and tell me what to do.


    Edit: By the way, then i downloaded "apt-get install x-window-system", and i came to the blue screen, i think it was, i set it all up, and it goes back to a black screen. Now i don't remember what was standing in that black page, but it wasn't anything i understood much of. To much nerdy for me, i think. And then it just stood and i couldnt write or anything else, so after 10 minutes i restarted. And now then i tries to write anything with "apt-get..." it says: "dpkg was interupted. You must manually dpkg --reconfigure -a to correct the problem".

    Please help me...

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    Oups nevermind, i thought it stood "--reconfigure", but there stood "--configure" Silly me...

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