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I'm having trouble understanding your question. But I guess you have a problem with an empty file, /etc/default/isc-dhcp-server. This file isn't necessary to run the dhcp server, for example on my dhcp server there is content in this file, but it is all commented out and it works fine. Since you haven't configured anything, I would try to reinstall (sudo ...
here r the steps Go to a terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T and copy past this into it: sudo apt-get install kde-nm-connection-editor after install, open the KDE connection editor from the dash, or by pressing alt+f2 and run kde-nm-connection-editor to launch it. Click the Add button and choose Wireless (shared) from the list. Type in a name, ssid, and ...
You need to change /etc/default/locale. The easiest way is to open Language Support and select the Regional Formats tab. You'll probably find English (United Kingdom) preselected, since that's what you have for your own user. To make it default for new users, just click the Apply System-Wide button.
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