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Crunchbang linux - no suitable front end problem
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Not Solved RE: Crunchbang linux - no suitable front end problem

No matter which frontend I specify it doesn't want to work. I created a new directory and it unpacked all the .lua installation scripts and created its own bin/ directory with "lzma-decode" in it. I checked my packages and realized lzma wasn't installed on my system, so i installed it, thinking maybe it would help, no such luck. Even running the startupinstaller.sh in the new dir I created doesn't work.

The installer doesn't seem to have a -u flag, but the --info does tell me the mode is attended.

I'll keep screwing around with it, thanks for the prompt replies.
02-09-2012 10:47 PM
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RE: Crunchbang linux - no suitable front end problem - evilED - 02-09-2012 10:47 PM

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