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If you want to remove files for locales which don't interest you (or anything else for that matter), you should tell dpkg about it: that way not only will debsums stop complaining about them, but dpkg won't even install them in the first place. Here's what I have, in /etc/dpkg/dpkg.cfg.d/locales: # Drop locales except English and French ...


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Reinstall gdm3. Just run apt-get purge gdm3 && apt-get install gdm3


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If you can't login or su to a root user, the two remaining options are Boot from rescue media, and repair the damage Boot from installer, reinstall the system, then restore data from backups


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Start with the application logs (if available). Then check the system logs (ie. /var/adm/messages, /var/cron/log if launched by cron, /var/svc/log/ in case of service etc.). If the process is maintained by SMF, check svcs -xv and appropriate logs. Also have a look if coreadm is configured to create core dumps for crashing processes. Note that core dumps are ...



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