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Windows 8 currently uses UEFI so it might be problematic with Wubi on Windows 8 so you have to download Rufus (fastest one that I have tested) and the ISO. Download Rufus: http://rufus.akeo.ie Since you have already the ISO File plug your USB Device in a fastest port possible to ensure that Rufus will install system files in a faster way. After plugging ...


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The best thing is to open system monitor and look in resources or you can install Cairo-Dock and use netspeed.


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With JDownloader you can download almost every kind of content available on the web. Its up-to-date addon system allows to select available quality and filetype easily (video-audio/audio only). Not the easiest way but it's one of the most effective.


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You can get it straight from ubuntu.com using this link: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop Or for the i386 specifically (32-bit) http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/thank-you?version=16.04&architecture=i386


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You don't generally download stuff to install on Ubuntu. Similar to how you install stuff on android using google play, on ubuntu, you use the Software Center to find, download, and install stuff.


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To create the Downloads directory, type in Terminal: mkdir ~/Downloads Then update user-dirs.defaults by typing in Terminal: xdg-user-dirs-update --set DOWNLOAD $HOME/Downloads EDITED A possible solution is to prevent xdg-user-dirs-update from running (and resetting your configuration at each session start up) by setting enabled=False to your ...


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First, reboot. If you don't have a ~/Downloads directory, just create it like so: mkdir Downloads This should remain over a reboot.


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I am the original poster of this question. I have no idea still what was causing this issue, however i deleted my chroot system, then installed the ubuntu again. it seems to have solved the issue.


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if the package you're installing has no .desktop file, it will not be shown in Unity Dashboard. you can always make a .desktop file for a package to be shown


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The easiest way is apt-get, but this answer only deals with packages where you have downloaded something through another means. If it's a .deb file, you can just double click on it. It will open Ubuntu Software Centre, and let you install it. If it's an archive, you should first unpack it. After that, you typically need to install it from Terminal. I ...


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As http://ubuntu.com now recommends the 64bit releases, 32bit images are harder to find. Here are ubuntu-14.04.4-desktop-i386.iso ubuntu-16.04-desktop-i386.iso. Note i386 in the ISO name, which signifies the image is 32bit. The following images should be more suitable for older hardware. xubuntu-16.04-desktop-i386.iso lubuntu-16.04-desktop-i386.iso ...


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This seems to be a Ubuntu server problem for now. Below is a temporary workaround to avoid this problem: Download all the fonts except for wd97vwr32.exe from the sourceforge site using your favorite internet browser. Put all of the exe files in one folder. Then run the command line in your terminal: sudo dpkg-reconfigure ttf-mscorefonts-installer with ...


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This is a confirmed bug in Xenial Xerus (16.04). Same error persists for me. I tried installing the ms-fonts separately using the command line which also failed. But installing by downloading the packages from the Internet through browser is possible. For the bug tracking and the solution for the bug can be tracked through the thread link below. The bug is ...


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Here's a work-around until the package is fixed: TMP=`mktemp -d` cd $TMP grep Url: /usr/share/package-data-downloads/ttf-mscorefonts-installer | awk '{print $2}' | xargs -n 1 wget sudo /usr/lib/msttcorefonts/update-ms-fonts $TMP/* cd - rm -rf $TMP Note that this does skip the hash sum check, but they're just fonts, It's not like someone's going ...



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