Run apt-get update and apt-get upgrade again. Should fix the issue. At least that did it for me.
Originally Posted by OutKasted81
running again update and upgrade fixed the problem for me too.
Originally Posted by KMDave
ran all the commands and such and the folder thing wont work as well, i tried apt-get update/upgrade and it shows nothing new to install so it doesnt install any ideas?
i did the update ^ upgrade then i run that script posted by u purehate.. and loose control settings. but i setup package manager again and reinstal all installed software and everything is working fine >) thz.
I've followed the instructions here to sort out kde (the control panel doesn't work still - but I think I've got a lot of kde4 packages in my install now) I'm cool with the problems there, but my wireless has stopped working
I'm running an acer aspire one - I can't connect (doing it with iwconfig) to my WEP-enabled home network, and airodump is just saying it can't use this wifi card. Any hints?
WOW !! My eyes are bleeding after trying to read that.
Originally Posted by We R ❙❩➍Řж_☠_ᕨỔ₫€₨
In future, there is no need to use colours like that. It only makes it hard to read, which will in turn lead to nobody bothering to either read it or respond.
If you lose KDE Control Center try:
apt-get --reinstall install kcontrol-kde3
this works for me
Updated method to apt-get update & upgrade for BT4, which does not break kde and menu
Have the devs added the repo for kde3 yet?
If so, I think we are due for a new newb tutorial on how we can safely apt-get update and apt-get upgrade everything in BT4beta, without fear of breaking kde, as well as have to resort to the Menu Bugfix tutorial, which from what i gather does not actually fix everything.