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Solution found I uninstalled the below packages: gnome-session gnome-shell Make sure that the repository used is an online official source. And reinstall both of them. While installing gnome-session, …
answered Aug 3 '15 by mehrdad seyrafi
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Solution File /etc/nsswitch.conf must be present and contain the below line: hosts: dns files In my case it was solved. Don't know why, but it was empty!
answered Aug 3 '15 by mehrdad seyrafi
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I've installed Debian Wheezy. After a while (working properly without any problem), I see some problems while working in gnome. Some functions don't work properly, for example desktop icons are not sh …
asked Jul 25 '15 by mehrdad seyrafi
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I have Debian Wheezy 64 bit installed on my PC. The problem is that in some situations I can only ping localhost and 127.0.0.1 and don't have access to outside world. And in other cases I can ping eve …
asked Aug 3 '15 by mehrdad seyrafi
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I have a 1 Gbyte image of installed Debian 7 which I have made it myself by copying all the needed files to it. There is only one partition in it named hda0. I have mounted it to loop0p1. I had instal …
asked Aug 18 '15 by mehrdad seyrafi