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akd

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Hi, I'm new user in the forum, even if using linux since some time now.

Now I started tu use debian on daily use but have some issues in fine setup.

Happy to be here! :):)
 


Condobloke

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G'day akd, and Welcome to linux.org

Give us some idea of the problems you are experiencing.....there is sure to be someone here who will know their way around Debian
 

akd

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Hi Condobloke, "minor" things, but quite annoying.

Some troubles with virtualization solution (Post opened here) and with Intel Wifi drivers (still not opened).

Besides that, it appears a good daily use system, till now.

Thank you for your welcome! :)
 

darry1966

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Welcome aboard if you are using Buster - there is an issue with dpkg
Possible answer as used in Refracta eg. dpkg-reconfigure tzdata.

Quote:"darry1966: The problem is not with dpkg. The behavior of su changed when they moved it to a different source package. I've found the easiest way to restore the old behavior is to put ALWAYS_SET_PATH yes in /etc/default/su. (create the file if it doesn't exist)"
 

darry1966

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Try running dpkg-reconfigure tzdata from a root terminal this is an su problem may be fine with sudo. I haven't tested sudo as I don't use it.

I am personally very disappointed that this was allowed to be released in Buster - it caused hours of fustration as it affects dpkg -i and Gdebi-gtk. If your reading this and you are the su maintainer please fix.

There is more here (and yes its says to use sudo instead :rolleyes:: https://wiki.debian.org/NewInBuster
 


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