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Old 8th January 2006, 15:37
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In debian, you can install every package with the apt-get command. The command finds all dependencies automatically.

To find a special package, in you case the gnome packages, type this on the commandline:

apt-cache search gnome

Then install all packages you want to install with:

apt-get install [PACKAGENAME]

Where you replace [PACKAGENAME] with the name of the package, if you want to install more then one package, you can add them with spaces.

Example:

apt-get install package1 package 2 pachkage3

All installation commands must be issued as root user, so either login as root or switch with the command "su" to root.
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