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comment No sound in Ubuntu 13.04, only Dummy output device listed
sudo alsa force-reload does it for me. Maybe you also need to restart pulseaudio.
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answered Broadcom STA Wireless drivers not working on Dell Inspiron 5420
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revised How can I open a file in my terminal, like nautilus does it?
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comment Creating user account & pasting files in Desktop remotely?
If there is no solution for this, I suggest you let the ubuntu-devs know, that there is a need for this function in the terminal (launchpad). I don't think you're the only one that needs this.
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comment Avoid apt-get update while installing softwares on ubuntu, possible?
yeah, that's what I meant with "I personally don't think this will be enough to resolve the dependency stuff". Probably you just have to use apt-get update somehow (and maybe upgrade some stuff). However, you have the option to turn off some sources (look at ubuntu software center -> edit -> software sources and turn of multiverse and universe or turn them off in /etc/apt/sources.list). Maybe this helps to reduce the update data.
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comment Avoid apt-get update while installing softwares on ubuntu, possible?
@fossfreedom: I don't think so.
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