I messed up my recent installation of mint 14, after trying to install wine/msoffice. during wine installation some programs were removed, I forgot to record those, but surely one or more of the following
After a frustrating experience with wine/msoffice, I decided to uninstall wine and msoffice. Now when I type sudo for any thing say "sudo apt-get install update", I get the following oo-oo@oooo ~ $
sudo apt-get install update[sudo] password for oo-oo:
This process is currently running setuid or setgid.
GTK+ does not allow this therefore Qt cannot use the GTK+ integration.
Try launching your app using 'gksudo', 'kdesudo' or a similar tool.
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I would very much appreciate any suggestions to overcome this. Alternatively, is there a way to restore Linux Mint to its default installation.