I have been exploring different x11 tools for creating Mouse Pointer themes. One of them stated that I need to install xcursorgen.
I typed sudo apt install xcursorgen in terminal and it stated that package has no installation candidate, but x11-apps and x11aps-i386 replaces it.
Now… When users install Wine, they need to install for both 686 and 386. So, it seemed reasonable to install both here…
x11-apps said it is already installed. But when I entered to install the i386, this is what came up in terminal:
See what it wanted to do there? That looks like it would sting a little bit.
If I hit the “y” button then, it would have wiped out my desktop environment, the graphical drivers xorg, x11-apps, xinit AND the x11 session utilities. And once that was done, I would have been at a loss as to what was probably removed… Wipe and reload. That may have happened in an alternate universe, but not in this one. I hit “n” and closed that puppy out.
Always READ the Terminal. Always.