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How can I accept the agreement in a terminal, like for ttf-mscorefonts-installer?

Well, I have been using the apt-get install command to download multiple piees of software because I'm too lazy to do it any other way, but occasionally this window comes up and I have no idea what to do. As far I have scanned, the <Ok> isn't even selectable!

Here's the picture:

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And you've probably it's Microsoft's EULA, not Ubuntu's... so what the hell is this? Any help is appreciated. So, what can I do? Thanks in advance!

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marked as duplicate by Bruno Pereira Jul 24 '12 at 11:26

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You hit the TAB key to move around in those TUI dialog boxes. Once <Ok> is highlighted, hit Enter.

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Thanks so much! ^^ – Mochan Aug 4 '12 at 9:47

You are trying to install fonts that come under a non-open-source license from Microsoft. If you are fine with this, you just need to scroll down with the TAB on your keyboard to OK and everything will be installed and accessible properly.

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