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    Quote Originally Posted by flirtzero View Post
    Hello,
    thanks for your answer.

    Tried "apt-get install xorg" but then i get error about " unmet dependencies" If understand right, then there are newer Version , but he will not install it.

    Then thought maybe Need to uninstall first, but "apt-get remove xorg" say "package not installed, nothing to remove" ....ufff
    This is one reason why I moved from Debian based apt-get to Arch based pacman. Pacman will track down all the dependencies for you and install them as well as the application that you're installing. Just can't beat the power of pacman.
    No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanis View Post
    May be it's file system bug
    more likely a case of pebkac.
    or the airplane that just crashed on your computer.

  3. #13
    It's not work for me.
    I try reinstall system with full formatting disk. And try different partition configurations. But GUI crushes after upgrading.
    I get the error in upgrading process:
    dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/snmp_5.7.2.1~dfsg-6.1_amd64.deb (--unpack):
    trying to overwrite '/usr/bin/snmpcheck', which is also in package snmpcheck 1.8-1kali3

    but this package should not break gui

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    Now I install KDE instead Gnome and it work perfektly

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