> I'm afraid, but I still need help for my Linux system. Please note that
> I'm completely new to Linux.
> After setting sources.list as described on the KDE-website I have removed
> all KDE2 packages (at least I hope I have) with dselect. I then have tryed
> to reinstall KDE with dselect but this did not work. So I decided to use
> APT to install KDE3 as described in
> The page says that "APT will check the dependencies and install the needed
> packages" if the package that is to be installed depends on other
> packages. So I type at the prompt:
> apt-get install kdebase
> But this produces the output that can be seen at the end of this message.
> I've found a discussion on the web where the install procedure I used
> Can anyone please help me and tell me why the installation doesn't work on
> my machine? What do I have to do in order to get apt-get to automatically
> resolve dependency problems?
> I'm looking forward to your help,