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accepted Configure touchscreen on Debian?
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comment How to cause kernel panic with a single command?
This will cause an oops, but not a panic.
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comment How to create a shortcut to a folder to Documents
Nice alternative to the above answer: it's graphical, which is what the OP was looking for!
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comment How to create a shortcut to a folder to Documents
Another option is cd ~/Documents && ln -s /media/sf_fedora. I use it because I always forget which argument comes first: the folder I want a link for, or the path of the link to be created :)
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comment How to create a shortcut to a folder to Documents
@guss Why is /media not writable?
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comment only one workspace
The spaceship is not only a reference to Squeeze, but a part of the "Debian - Universal OS" campaign :)
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revised Wireless networking with CentOS
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answered Wireless networking with CentOS
Jul
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comment What will happen if I run the command init in my Ubuntu Gnome terminal?
Nice answer! Btw, telinit is actually preferred to change run levels.
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answered Start X in Debian Wheezy
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comment Start X in Debian Wheezy
And also please append all the additional information you provide at the end your post by editing it.
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comment Start X in Debian Wheezy
Post here the contents of /var/log/installer/syslog. This will give us a clue on why the DE/DM is not being installed.
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comment Start X in Debian Wheezy
@killermis As far I know Debian ships with Gnome by default. I might be wrong, though.
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comment Start X in Debian Wheezy
Looks like the GUI packages were not installed. Try re-installing your Debian.
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comment Start X in Debian Wheezy
Try service gdm3 start as root and append the output, if any, to your post.
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comment Start X in Debian Wheezy
Did you install your Debian with Desktop Environment? Does it not load on start up? How come you end up in terminal without GUI?