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I do not have a network manager on computer so I am unable to access internet. How can I install it using .deb packages?

I am running 64-bit 13.04. I was trying How do I re-install Network Manager without an internet connection? but it didn't install Network Manager and network-manager-gnome. It said Dependency not satisfiable: libgnome-bluetooth7 (>=2.27.8)

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A .deb package is available from to solve the jibgnome-bluetooth7 dependency:

Once the dependency is installed you can then install network-manager from

  • Download and transfer it to the computer via USB, or SD.
  • double click on it to open, or use the terminal to install ( sudo dpkg -i network-manager-gnome*.deb )
  • A reboot or relog is required after install to activate the software correctly.

Would you be able to state why the network-manager is absent from your computer?

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I have the exact problem. But trying to install the I get the error message wrong architecture:armel – cipricus Mar 19 '15 at 21:57
why a such program is absent? an erroneous prompt to apt-get autoremove useless packages when they are not useless at all. some people may think that apt-get autoremove is routine and don look twice – cipricus Mar 19 '15 at 21:59

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