I did that command but only installed some applications but not installed Budgie.
I did "
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-budgie-desktop" as said by Rosamunda.
What can I do now? Any body could help please?
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Budgie Desktop environment is located in standard Ubuntu universe repository since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. So you do not need any third-party repositories or PPAs to install it.
You can install the Budgie desktop as task with
sudo add-apt-repository universe sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-budgie-desktop^
In the last command note
^ in the end, it means installing of task with all necessary dependencies.
Then logout and select Budgie session on login screen
and login to it.
If this does not help - reinstall the following packages manually:
sudo apt-get install --reinstall budgie-core budgie-desktop \ budgie-desktop-common budgie-desktop-environment \ budgie-dropby-applet budgie-hotcorners-applet budgie-indicator-applet \ budgie-keyboard-autoswitch-applet budgie-lightdm-theme \ budgie-lightdm-theme-base budgie-previews-applet budgie-quicknote-applet \ budgie-rotation-lock-applet budgie-showtime-applet budgie-wallpapers \ budgie-wallpapers-bionic gir1.2-budgie-1.0 libbudgie-plugin0 libbudgietheme0 \ libraven0 plymouth-theme-ubuntu-budgie-text plymouth-theme-ubuntu-budgie-logo \ ubuntu-budgie-desktop ubuntu-budgie-themes
Then configure LightDM as login screen with:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure lightdm # select lightdm
reboot and login to Budgie session.