Yeah, I totally realize that knoppix isnt totaly debian. I figured it out, after a few hours. I simply removed kdesktop lock. I didnt even know it was a program. After I removed kdesktop lock, I was able to remove the bluetooth app with no problems. Seems there are strange and hard to understand things when you install with a CD that wasnt meant for installation...but alas.
So I ditched it. I broke down and burned a netinstal CD, and installed the base system (debian). So now I am about to try and upgrade with kpackage...i am kind of afraid stuff will not work anymore. It asked me last time if I wanted to keep some files (Think they were config files?) and I said no install the package maintaner's... then KDE wouldnt start and X had problems too.
I just have no clue what i am doing. I will just have to keep plugging into the manual pages, experimenting, asking questions. I am pretty sure most of the problems I am encountering are simple to fix, somehow.
Now if I can just get the sound to work
I think I have to find the debian config menu but dont know where it is, because I remember setting something that had to do with media or sound and I chose the more secure option, which means my 'users' (Which is only me) cant use sound or CD? Blah i dont know, but i am determined to figure it out.
Ill keep on this forum too, but I am also going to read and post on the debian forums now, since I dont have plain knoppix installed anymore
Don't get me wrong, knoppix is cool, especially knoppix-std, if yer like Bond or something.