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You will likely encounter problem with corrupted iso image. Simply re-download it.


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Not really. If you have downloaded the ISO, you should check the hash if it is completed or not. Its better to use torrent. You can do a thing, download .torrent file and point the file location to the one you downloaded earlier. It will check the file and then complete the missing bytes. Then you can install Ubuntu using that ISO. :) There are step-by-step ...


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You need the whole file of course to do an install First choice, try again later, could be a server issue. Better choice is to change the download type, try the torrent version, should not have this issue with that. On the same page as above you can also find alternative mirrors, pick one near you and then choose the version you would like.


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When you go to the developer site it states: gksu is being replaced by PolicyKit, please take a look at http://live.gnome.org/gksu. It says there ... gksu gksu is a library and application used to ask the user for passwords to run programs as root. It is not a good option now that we have PolicyKit. Still, we still have applications which are ...


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Open Terminal Ctrl+Alt+T, and enter: sudo chown -hR user:user ~/Downloads


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You should download your data to /home/<your_userid>. I put my downloads to /home/kouros/downloads. When you want to install a program that does not come from a package, you could put it to /usr/bin. I prefer to put it to /opt/bin, but for that you have to change the path variable (see bash(1) manpage). Then you can change the user, group and ...


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Should I install skype to my /home/me/ directory (or a subdirectory of that) You shouldn't install Skype manually. Just download and install the ".deb" package. Should it be installed in system apps location (where is that? /bin? /usr/bin?) The apps are stored normally in /usr/bin or /usr/lib ...


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You need to setup repositories from where you can download software in maximum bandwidth. Here is how: Unity(DASH_board) > software and updates > Ubuntu Software > Download From > Other > Choose Best Server > OK > OK. Reload cache and try again downloading software.


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Try this repository. Download this and this package then open terminal and type sudo dpkg -i and drag and drop the file remastersys_3.0.5-1~trusty1_all.deb on the terminal, then press enter in terminal provide your password. After that is installed sudo dpkg -i and drag and drop on the terminal the file remastersys-gtk_3.0.5-1~trusty1_all.deb provide your ...


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Before you consider downloading any software take a look in the Software Centre. Most things you should want are already in there and each of these has been tested with Ubuntu. Not only that but because packages can only be placed in the official Ubuntu repositories by trusted members of the community you can be sure its not Malware, something you can't say ...


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Ubuntu is a Debian-based Linux OS. So you should look for a) Linux, b) Ubuntu, c) Debian (.deb-files) Dependencies might not always be resolved if you download from any webpage, so the very first step should be to check if the program (or a reasonable alternative) is already listed in the repositories. Check the Ubuntu Software Center for that.


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When I download an ebook using Tor it does not go into my downloads folder. Why? Then you should search where your tor is downloading the files. Suppose for example you are using transmission. when you open a new torrent then you can specify where to save(download). So What you have to do is to check place to download from your tor client.


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For Windows users: Download Universal USB Installer . Download Ubuntu ISO file Ubuntu Desktop. Insert Flash USB. Run Universal USB Installer and select Ubuntu from first drop down menu(Step .1) Press Browse and select Ubuntu ISO downloaded file (Step .2) Select Flash USB drive (Step .3) [Flash USB will be formatted and all data will be wiped] Press ...


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Find the package that cannot be downloaded by scrolling back up after doing sudo apt-get update. Remove the source website from /etc/apt/sources.list.



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