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You will need to download a Ubuntu ISO file from here http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop and burn it to ether a USB drive or DVD you can use this guide to burn your ISO image http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows You will probably need to go in to your BIOS and configure your machine to boot from the USB or DVD.Then insert ...


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Verify the port you are using from within Transmission edit > preferences > network tab. Try testing port. Verify privacy tab is set to require encryption while you are at it (optional, but recommended). If the port is allowed I would run a tcpdump and see if the traffic is hitting the wire. from a terminal: tcpdump -s0 -v tcp port XXXXX where XXXX is ...


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Have you given the file the permissions to execute? sudo chmod +x studio.sh or maybe you can try: sh studio.sh I have installed Android Studio last year and it all went fine, if this doesn't solve your problem, comment that I'll try to see other solutions :)


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You want to create a .desktop file. This can be done manually as described here. Alternatively, it should be enough for most applications to run them and then right-click on their launcher icon. The appearing context menu should offer an option Lock to launcher or Add to Dash or similar. Chose that and Ubuntu will try to automatically create an ...


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This solves the first half of your question, but I'm not sure about the second half, or if the second half is simply there to help to solve the first half. Try installing the run script to /usr/local/bin, like this: cd to directory where Android Studio is installed sudo install studio.sh /usr/local/bin/studio Then you can run it with studio from any ...


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You can download the 12.04.05 LTS .iso images from http://releases.ubuntu.com/12.04/. Depending on your hardware, you should either download the 32 bit version (works everywhere) or the 64 bit version (works only with a compatible 64 bit CPU, 4GB RAM or more are recommended). If you want a normal graphical operating system, chose a desktop version. The ...


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You can download it via torrent from the official download page http://www.ubuntu.com/download/alternative-downloads


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Unityfox Revived add-on is the current successor.


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If you're getting: Get:1 http://downloads.sourceforge.net/corefonts/andale32.exe [969 B] Err:1 http://downloads.sourceforge.net/corefonts/andale32.exe Hash Sum mismatch Fetched 969 B in 1s (660 B/s) W: Can't drop privileges for downloading as file '/var/lib/update-notifier/package-data-downloads/partial/andale32.exe' couldn't be accessed by ...


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You don't need another program -- you can actually solve your problems, using youtube-dl. Use youtube-dl -i ..playlist.. The -i flag will cause youtube-dl to continue if it encounters any errors. If one video in the playlist can't be downloaded, it'll skip that video and continue on to the next, thanks to the -i flag. There is no need to specify any ...


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You can install savefrom adds-ons in your browser, and it will give you the URLs from YouTube playlists.


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I made good experiences with YTD Video Downloader. You can put in a video from a playlist and it will automatically queue all videos contained (after prompting you whether you want the whole playlist or only that one video). Also, the Premium version (if you are OK with paying for it) is able to download multiple videos at the same time (of course, along ...


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Simply install youtube-dl apt-get install youtube-dl and then use it.. $ youtube-dl "https://www.facebook.com/RashiVatsFOX26/videos/vb.1412789925606762/1769215369964214/?type=2&theater" [facebook] 1769215369964214: Downloading webpage [download] Destination: Love donuts Check this out!!!-1769215369964214.mp4 [download] 100% of 53.47MiB in 00:14


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You can simply download it from the web page, I linked it here for you: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/contribute?version=16.04&architecture=amd64 For downloading the server version simply switch out the word desktop with server. And another link which will work as well is this one: http://releases.ubuntu.com/xenial/ Note: To editors,...



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