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I have copied my terminal information can you help me with this problem?

mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo dkg --install /Path/to/chrome.web 
[sudo] password for mig: 
sudo: dkg: command not found
mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo aåt-get install -f
sudo: aåt-get: command not found
mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt-get install -f
Indlæser pakkelisterne... Færdig
Opbygger afhængighedstræ        
Læser tilstandsoplysninger... Færdig
E: Pakken google-chrome-stable:i386 skal geninstalleres, men jeg kan ikke finde noget arkiv med den.
mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo dpkg --install /Path/to/chrome.deb
dpkg: fejl under behandling af /Path/to/chrome.deb (--install):
 kan ikke tilgå arkivet: No such file or directory
Der opstod fejl under behandlingen:
 /Path/to/chrome.deb
mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt-get install libxss1 libnspr4-0d libcurl3
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E: Pakken google-chrome-stable:i386 skal geninstalleres, men jeg kan ikke finde noget arkiv med den.
mig@ubuntu:~$ install google chrome
install: cannot stat `google': No such file or directory
mig@ubuntu:~$ dpkg --install /to/chrome.deb
dpkg: error: den ønskede handling kræver superbrugerrettigheder
mig@ubuntu:~$ gigimus
gigimus: command not found
mig@ubuntu:~$ mark all
The program 'mark' can be found in the following packages:
 * mailutils-mh
 * nmh
Try: sudo apt-get install 
mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt-get install
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E: Pakken google-chrome-stable:i386 skal geninstalleres, men jeg kan ikke finde noget arkiv med den.
mig@ubuntu:~$ sudo get-apt autoclean^C
mig@ubuntu:~$ ^C
mig@ubuntu:~$ ^C
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  • what you are trying?Which tutorial did you follow? Feb 9, 2014 at 12:25
  • If you have downloaded a Chrome .deb file, you were close with your first command: try sudo dpkg -i /Path/to/chrome.deb
    – douggro
    Feb 9, 2014 at 12:32
  • don't directly apply the above command where /Path/to/chrome.deb means the system path where chrome.deb file is actually stored.You can also get it by rightclicking on the chrome.deb file and then selecting the properties option. Feb 9, 2014 at 12:42
  • I downloadede it from google chrome homepage.
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 12:31
  • And please confirm your commands before pressing enter. sudo dkg --install /Path/to/chrome.web should be sudo dpkg --install /Path/to/chrome.web, sudo aåt-get install -f should be sudo apt-get install -f. Check this tutorial on how to use the terminal.
    – Parto
    Feb 11, 2014 at 13:26

2 Answers 2

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The correct app is dpkg, not dkg.Also correct extention is .deb and not .web.

So your command must be sudo dpkg --install /Absolute/Path/to/chrome.deb

Absolute path means you start from /home/{user}/ and not from you home directory.

For example, consider you have stored your file in abc/def/chrome.deb.
Then your command will be sudo dpkg --install $HOME/abc/def/chrome.deb or sudo dpkg --install /usr/<whatever your user name may be, mine is aditya, so I'll put aditya here.You put your's>/abc/def/chrome.deb

An easier way,right click the .deb package and select open with Ubuntu software center.Then select install.

An third way, install gdebi by using this command.sudo apt-get install gdebi.Then right click on your file,select open with gdebi and click install.

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  • MIG @ ubuntu: ~ $ sudo dpkg - install / Absolut / sti / til / chrome.deb [sudo] password til MIG: dpkg: error under consideration AF / Absolut / sti / til / chrome.deb (- install): cannot find Arkive: no such file eller map, error under processing: / Absolut / sti / til / chrome.deb MIG @ ubuntu: ~ $
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 12:47
  • my softwareceter does not work and synaptic center also out
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 12:49
  • in the upper right side of the screen there is a message as follows an error occurred. please run Package Manager from the right click menu or apt-get in terninalen to see what is wrong. error message was unknown error type exceptions error (E the package google-chrome-stable to be reinstalled but I can not find the file to it. this usually means that the installed packages do not have all they rely on installed
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 13:04
  • g @ ubuntu : ~ $ sudo run apt-get update No command 'run' found , did you mean :me @ ubuntu : ~ $ sudo Run apt-get update Run: command not found me @ ubuntu : ~ $ sudo apt- get install ubuntu- tweak Reading package lists ... Ready builds dependency Reading state information ... Ready E : The package google- chrome -stable : i386 needs to be reinstalled , but I can not fix it
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 16:15
  • I should have made it simpler.I'll do it now. Feb 13, 2014 at 11:16
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Just install Ubuntu Tweak and under the apps tab, you will find a link to install Google Chrome directly.


EDIT

Check images below:

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Though now in your case, you will have to check the checkbox and then click install.
Hope it works out.

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  • i have search in dash hme with no result. have also problem with software center and synaptic- package bacause i cannot reinstall google crome and cannot get rid of it.
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 12:16
  • in the upper right side of the screen there is a message as follows an error occurred. please run Package Manager from the right click menu or apt-get in terninalen to see what is wrong. error message was unknown error type exceptions error (E the package google-chrome-stable to be reinstalled but I can not find the file to it. this usually means that the installed packages do not have all they rely on installed
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 13:03
  • maybee I should reinstall 12,04 and how can I do that??
    – user245738
    Feb 11, 2014 at 13:05
  • Try running sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade and include any errors you will get here.
    – Parto
    Feb 11, 2014 at 13:08
  • Fetched 3,816 kB in 12s (308 kB / s) Reading package lists ... Ready Reading package lists ... Ready builds dependency Reading state information ... Ready E: The package google-chrome-stable: i386 needs to be reinstalled, but I can not find an archive for it. it went fine until this account came and then I went no further I am 75 years and I am very interested for both Linux and Windows.
    – user245738
    Feb 14, 2014 at 12:39

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