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Instead of downloading Steam, open a terminal window (Ctrl + Alt + T) and type: sudo apt-get remove --purge steam Press ENTER. Your password will be requested, type it and press ENTER again. This command will remove Steam if it was installed with errors. Then type: sudo apt-get install steam And press ENTER. Wait for the process to end, and steam will ...


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Why not a terminal. This is not rocket science. You will not be happy with Linux, if you never want to use a terminal. You could use youtube-dl. Open a terminal an run these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install youtube-dl For a GUI: sudo apt-get install youtube-dlg Run the GUI version ...


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Ok I think I have finally figure it out. 14.04.2 will be updated to 14.04.5 in august 2016 with a standard "dist-upgrade". So my server with the version 14.04.2 is supported until 2019. Thanks!


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You can use movgrab. To install Movgrab: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install movgrab To download a video movgrab URL cehck the source for more information


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After trying the things listed above I personally still ran into some issues so here is what I did to get it installed and running smoothly when the ubuntu software center and the Gdebi package installer both failed me. I added the PPA to the repository by typing the following commands in the terminal: wget -q -O - ...


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simply open an additional tab in the same browser and search for savefrom.net and open the website. Now open the youtube video and copy the URL when it starts playing. Paste that in the space given for URL in the savefrom.net website.


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You can go to http://keepvid.com on your browser and paste the copied link in the search bar. The list of the video's quality will be available in front of you, click the desired quality and download it to any folder.


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To install youtube-dl: Recommended way (latest version): Open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T or searching Terminal in the dash. Install youtube-dl with this command (you'll be prompted for your password): sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl && sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl Not recommended ...


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You can use firefox as the browser and there are some addons which will enable you to download videos from youtube like this


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You can stop downloading a file from wget just by pressing ctrl + c in the terminal. And to continue the stopped download, just type the following in the same directory where you were downloading the file: wget -c <your download url> For more information about the wget, type following in the terminal: wget -h or man wget


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You can force it to be downloaded by making Apache report it's content type to be application/octet-stream, instead of the usual text/html. This is not something I would recommend doing to .txt files. In your .htaccess (or other Apache configuration files) add: AddType application/octect-stream .txt Another approach is to use ForceType within a Files or ...


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if you need to push file that is simple text down to client in the browser you'll have to use something like php and create some for ex. index.php file in root: /var/www/html directory and add something like this: <?php $file = 'test.txt'; if (file_exists($file)) { header('Content-Description: File Transfer'); header('Content-Type: ...


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A text file can be read by apache and will be read and displayed by it, you can still save the file with the browser, though. Try again, with another ending like text.zip. Doesn't even need to be a real zip, changing the ending will change the behaviour. On a personal note: Make sure to secure your server with .htaccess and a user/password combination if ...


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Old releases of Ubuntu get archived to the old-releases server. This often includes the older point releases of currently supported Ubuntu releases. You can get desktop images for 14.04.1 by clicking the link to that version, which brings you to the trusty folder. Assuming you want one of the usual desktop ISO images (and not, for example, a server ISO ...


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Try cleaning up your apt-cache and running any updates: sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade If you still have issues, then change your repo mirror: Open “Update Manager”, then click Settings -> Ubuntu Software tab, then select Other... from the Download from and click the Select Best Server button. Now try updating/upgrading ...


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do you want to install just ubuntu or do you want to dual boot linux and windows? to just install ubuntu, you have to burn the image to a cd or use unetbootin to copy it to a flash drive and boot it up and follow the instructions to install it


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i made an "executable" for downloading musics from youtube ... my ubuntu 14.10 also does not show up those config files, so what this does is basically executing the cmd for youtube-dl (instead of strange names it uses only what shows up on youtube, without the link in the end) , converts to mp3 and discards video. to use this you need to: create a ...


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When your Sony Vaio is ready first: 1) Open a browser to: www.ubuntu.com > Click Download > and get the latest DVD version (14.10) 2) Burn the DVD to a disk. (Or use UNETBootIn to burn it to USB Memstick). 3) Turn on the VAIO and as soon as the VAIO screen comes on press F12 (or Delete, or F2 >> the one that allows you to select Boot device 4) Select the ...


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Hi i am fairly new too ubuntu too I have used torrents for some downloads in the past few weeks and have had 100% success with Transmission as Ethanbmnz describes. try checking root>usr>share>applications ** check here , if its not listed, you should try to download it with synaptic.desktop in applications.


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Yes, it's possible. You didn't say if the computer where you will download runs Windows or Ubuntu. But you need to download the Ubuntu ISO on that computer, then prepare the memory card or USB stick, and finally boot the second computer using the stick or card. Download Ubuntu from here: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/ See this guide on how to do ...


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Do you have an USB Stick? If Yes, you can download an .iso Image from Ubuntu and then you have to put the .iso File to the USB-Stick an then you can boot and install it from the USB.


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I assume you want to wipe Windows Vista and replace with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I can try and point you in the right direction based on some recent experience I have had: Make sure you have a USB stick that is at least 2GB big. Check your BIOS settings and make sure that it is set to boot from USB. It is important to make sure that the USB preference comes ...


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Sorry but it is not possible! If there is an web version you could use that. But you could contact the company for ubuntu-touch support ;) Which applications do run on Ubuntu Touch? Ubuntu Touch is primarily designed to support web apps, and native apps programmed in qml and javascript or C++. As it is a real Linux, of course all non graphical ...



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