OK neat - there is a "reason for edit" box just before you hit "save" - it helps avoid this kind of confusion sometimes.
"user cp": look at the top of this page just under the row of Tux's ... you'll see a menue bar in blue. On the far right of that bar you'll see a thing which says "user cp". This is where your profile is kept.
You'll notice that experienced users (>100 posts) all have their details in the sidebar of their posts (see left). The "user cp" dialogs is where you set this up.
Adding your distro and some sort of general location can help people answer your questions. Honest.
"error code 1" I think is a standard "exit with error". It's no good out of context.
By minutely examining your post, you are doing a dpkg install of "firestarter" for Ubuntu. So I guess you're distro must be Ubuntu right?
Did you do this through "apt get" or "dpkg -i"?
Have a look at this:
And read the man pages for dpkg and apt get carefully.
Your confusion is reasonable tho - firestarter (you mean the firewall right?) has nothing to do with gtkboard (a common platform for board games)! This is obviously a bug and should be reported.