|Greg Helledy on 7 Apr 2006 23:17:15 -0000|
I am playing around for the first time with vmware's player. http://www.vmware.com/products/player/ On a Win2K host, I have installed a debian netinstall image: "debian31r0a-i386-netinstall-kernel2.6"
So I went through the base config routine and chose "desktop", whereupon it apt-got a bunch of packages but no x or window manager.
I've installed distros before but they all installed x by default; I've only changed drivers or added window managers. Any tips on the best (i.e. easiest and most likely to produce a working result) way to do this? I don't even know what video hardware I "have".
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