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  1. […] When setting up Ubuntu, I usually add in Microsoft’s core fonts by installing the msttcorefonts package using either Synaptic or apt-get. I am not sure why I didn’t try doing the same thing for Debian until now but it’s equally as feasible. More here […]

  2. Are you a GNOME user? Because I’m a Debian Squeeze KDE 3.x user and it doesn’t have the “Software Sources” dialog box that you pictured.

  3. Yes, it is GNOME that I have. However, I have seen Synaptic used in PCLinuxOS so I would hope that you have something that answers to the same functionality. In hindsight, I probably should have mentioned the desktop that I am using.

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