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I logged in my 64bit sarge then via the terminal accessed my 32bit chroot but then i logged off without logging out of the chroot. Now everytime I load up debian it boots into the chroot instead of my main 64bit sarge system. Is there anyway I can get back into my 64bit sarge? #
yes when i used w3m to browse the net google came up right away. And it cant be cache cos never used w3m to browse google
well something must be wrong. Try other repositories, like kernel.org and so on. You should be able to find some more stable/sarge ones in the sources.list post. Like i said it's working for me, so i don't see why it doesn't for you.