Thanks but this command pointed me back to the original problem glibc lib file that is dependent upon te ubuntu kernel. I tried replacing this with a deb file as recommened buy Guy. But even after installing alot of ubuntu files the system stil says that this issue can't be resolved. I in my stubborness have gotten as far as the mentacity screen before it hangs as it tries to load nautilus. I then tried to load a terminal screen to apt-get install nautilus, but xterm was not installed.
This install does not warrent any more time and effort. However, that being said I'm installing Deb on another larger HD. Is there another linux file system that is harder to break than the ext3. And if I make a separate partition for root than home and have about 42 gigs to play with and am going to install a 5gig swap file, how much space should I devote to root verses home? What are the advantages to doing this as opposed to putting all the files on 1 partition?
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From: icedtrip <lists@...>
Sent: Friday, March 3, 2006 12:35:12 PM
Subject: Re: [Nubus-pmac-users] Re: dependencies
I may be wrong on this one, but it looks like you don't have locales installed. I have noticed this if you have the debian base-config app installed (which is the setup app that walks you through initial setup when Debian is installed). I noticed that if you install base-config though apt-get as well, it will remove locales.
Try 'apt-get install locales'
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