I have tried installing Debian 6/LXDE from the LXF147 Cover disk and I am experiencing a difficult problem to solve.
I am installing into a VM (Virtual Machine Manager 0.8.2) on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit with nVidia graphics.
The installation appears to complete and indeed, I can boot and login to the LXDE desktop and at this stage, everything is OK. However, as soon as I open an application such as a terminal window or the file manager, the application window starts to move right and down in very rapid but small steps (effectively a continual flickering movement). Once the window has gone off the bottom of the screen, the taskbar then starts flashing rapidly and I can't gain control.
If I try and get to another login window with Ctrl-Alt Fn, I switch out of the VM window and back to my own host system control.
Because I can't get to a terminal, it is very difficult to investigate. I believe I could boot into a shell from the Grub menu, but don't know what to look for to correct the issue.
I have installed Mint (Gnome), Fedora (Gnome) and OpenSuse (KDE) in the same way, which all work OK, so it would appear to be something with Debian or more likely LXDE.
Does anyone have any ideas please?