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Questions specific to the Debian official distribution (stable, testing, or unstable); if you are using a derivative of Debian (e.g. Mint, Ubuntu, Kali, etc), then use that distribution’s tag instead.

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I logged in via ssh and ran apt install nvidia-drivers and it worked.
answered Nov 10 '17 by klutt
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So I ran apt-get dist-upgrade, and now my system do not start. I get past the boot menu. Then I see file system check stuff. Something like: /dev/sda1: clean 34534/324344 files, 23445435/234435466 b …
asked Nov 10 '17 by klutt
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I've understood that tracker-store is a part of Gnome and that it has something to do with indexing a lot of stuff. Many people have complained about it and I have found lots of instructions for how t …
asked Nov 19 '18 by klutt
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I'm using Debian testing and I'm having problem with installing Musescore 3. I'm trying to compile it, and I have tried following these guides: General linux and BSD instructions Ubuntu 14.10 and … 16.04 instructions It seems like the issue is that there's one package that I'm missing, because the guides asks me to install qtquick1-5-dev but that package is no longer available in Debian. I know …
asked Jan 11 by klutt
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I'm using Debian testing with Gnome. For some reason it takes around a three minutes to login, after I have typed in the password and pressed enter. What could the reason be? I would love to provide …
asked Dec 17 '18 by klutt