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How to install .deb file in ubuntu using terminal? [duplicate]

I am trying to install Google Chrome,for that I downloaded a google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb file. When I try to install using install in terminal sudo install ...
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How to install packages in terminal [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you install a .deb file via the command line? I have packages that I have downloaded from the internet and for some reason they won't install inside of ubuntu ...
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how to execute .deb files? [duplicate]

I am new to Ubuntu, I am working on AVR micro controller for that I need to use AVARICE software, by using synaptic package manager I installed AVARICE but I am not able to find it in application ...
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How can I install a .deb file from command line? [duplicate]

I am running 13.04 and in terminal I am trying to install guitar pro 6 for linux as it will not install with Ubuntu software center. I am in the correct directory and if I ls the directory, I get ...
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How can i install .deb files from terminal , i tried different ways in askubuntu [duplicate]

i am trying to install teamviewer and i am getting the following error and the entire process is as follows kittu@kittu-355V4C-356V4C-3445VC-3545VC:~$ sudo dpkg -i teamviewer_linux_x64.debdpkg: ...
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Easy way to install a .deb package without aptitude or synaptic? [duplicate]

I keep trying to install programs, by simply downloading the program, and clicking on it, but I see things are not that simple. Has anyone come up with a simple way to install different programs, ...
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How to install a downloaded .deb file [duplicate]

I am new to Ubuntu. I installed a Ubuntu a few days back. I downloaded a deb files. But i don't know how to install it. Can anyone tell me how to install a downloaded deb file?
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What is Ubuntu's equivalent of an exe file? [duplicate]

Sometimes I want to install a program when offline. But apt-get downloads as you install. Is there a way to install a program, like you would install a .exe, on Ubuntu?
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How to install packages that is already downloaded? [duplicate]

I am new to linux environment.I am using windows. Recenty I downloaded the google chrome and tried to install it but failed.Then I saw a tutorial which had this command wget ...
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Choosing the right path for a download and emacs help [duplicate]

I am trying to set up the STk Scheme Package onto my machine. So far almost all of my downloads with Ubuntu have been from the public repository using Terminal which makes it painless. I am having ...
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How do I resolve unmet dependencies after adding a PPA?

Occasionally, when I'm installing stuff, I get an error like the following: Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the ...
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How do I install applications in Ubuntu?

How can I install applications like Google Chrome on Ubuntu? Are there any commands to install an application? For migrating or future ex-Windows users visiting this question: click here
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Making mirror://mirrors.ubuntu.com highly available

We're a distributed team, which is why our VMs use the Ubuntu mirror:// setup. Our /etc/apt/sources.list looks like the following: deb mirror://mirrors.ubuntu.com/mirrors.txt lucid main restricted ...
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Very slow graphics performance after upgrade 12.04 => 14.04

I upgraded from 12.04 to 14.04 and the performance is extremely sluggish; windows open and close in slow motion. Presumably my graphics hardware has not been recognized by the system. I think that I ...
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Please recommend a hex editor for shell

Can you recommend a hex editor that can be run from shell? I need to be able to edit not only view the content.

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