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I deleted package 'python3' on Ubuntu and I have lost dashboard, terminal and Unity. Help me to restore my data please [duplicate]

I have uninstalled python3 via: apt-get remove python I lost the dashboard and terminal. Even the desktop is blank. Also the top bar which shows time and other setting options are gone. Basically I ...
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How to restore after accidentally apt-get remove python [duplicate]

Yeah, I did this, it was stupid. I did not know it will pull its dependencies with it, I just wanted to install python 2 and 3 from scratch (because of this problem: How to change default idle for ...
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Removed Python 3 on 18.04, how can I fix my system? [duplicate]

After I removed the Python 3 package from my Ubuntu 18.04, I also lost the terminal, software centre and some other useful applications. What do I need to do now?
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How to fully uninstall python and reinstall it in Ubuntu 18.04 [duplicate]

Python is not configured or broken in my system Ubuntu 18.04. Can anyone suggest command to uninstall python and reinstall only python3.6 I ran below command : sudo apt auto remove Andd when I try ...
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remove all python versions [duplicate]

I removed all version by doing : sudo apt purge python-pip python-dev sudo rm -rf /usr/bin/python* sudo rm -rf /etc/python* sudo rm -rf /usr/local/lib/python* sudo rm -rf /usr/share/man/man1/...
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Cannot uninstall python on Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I have confused to uninstall python3 or fix my VPS Ubuntu Im using Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.4.0-31-generic x86_64) I tried to uninstall all python packages sudo apt-get purge python3 And ...
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Ubuntu - Trying to remove software with purge destroyed everything [duplicate]

I come from windows 7, and after 8 hours using Ubuntu everything went berserk. I wanted to uninstall Python3 so I used sudo apt-get purge python3 and that opened the gates of hell. It removed almost ...
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Terminal not working after deleting python [duplicate]

Earlier, my default Python version was python2.7. To upgrade it, I deleted python from /usr/bin/ and renamed python3.6 as python in the same directory. Afterwards, my terminal stopped working. It ...
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how to recover ubuntu 16.04 after removing python [duplicate]

I tried to install python3 using these commands. 1. python3 -V 2 sudo apt-get install idle-python3.4 But however after installed python3 I just wanted to remove what I installed, so I unstalled ...
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I want to copy my HOME folder to a USB flash drive but I can't. I accidentally removed Python 3 and lost many important stuff [duplicate]

I accidentally removed Python 3 from /etc and now I lost many important folders, programs and also the Gnome shell. I know, I'm stupid. I can still log in with my user but now everything is like this:...
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debian apt install broken after deleting python [duplicate]

Sorry my OS is in french so i hope it will not an issue for you guys. I had some trouble with python and awx install so i decided to delete all python package but i have done big foolishness. Now i ...
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Missing Terminal, Menu Bar and other things [duplicate]

I have uninstalled python 3.4 and python 3.5 by mistakenly. After Reboot, I have faced that problem. I didn't reach anything like terminal, menu or another bar. Only I can open a folder and reach to ...
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1answer
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After removing python3.5 from dual boot Ubuntu 16.04.03 (Along with W10), not able to access ubuntu now [duplicate]

Hello Ubuntu Community, I've setup my machine with Windows 10 + Ubuntu 16.04. It was running quite well since last 17 days (since installation), but couple of minutes back I tried to remove python 3....
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Removed python3 and broke Ubuntu 14.04 [duplicate]

I removed Python 3 from my computer now I don't have a desktop (posting this from work PC). I can only access the terminal via Ctrl+Alt+F1. I've tried just about everything I've seen on the forums, ...
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Is my OS done for? [duplicate]

So I was trying to use Django, which of course was broken out-of-the-box, and so in trying to correct it, I made the stupid decision to try and upgrade my Python from 2.x to 3.5... Stupid me... I ...

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