Install Chrome from Command Line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 30, 2010
I am installing Ubuntu Minimal and don't want to use Mozilla because in the past it has seemed too large (I wonder if that is actually true!). How do I install Chrome from the command line? My computer only has 4 gb of harddrive space, so I think I can really only fit one browser. I don't think Ubuntu Minimal has synaptic. Forums don't seem to explain how to do it with Chrome in 10.04 -
install gnome from command line Red Hat
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 12, 2010
I am trying to install gnome from command line on red hat ent
How to install packages from command line on Suse [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
What is the Suse version of apt-get or yum?
How do I install software packages from the command line?
A fairly intense session of googling suggests that it may be yast or yast2, but no sensible HOWTO of listing and installing packages from the command line seems to exist. (maybe I am looking in the wrong place)
If I am an administrator for a remote Suse server, how do I install packages from the command line? (Not using a GUI and preferably installing from a central repo)
Install Ubuntu from CD to HD from command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 11, 2009
I have a Laptop which has had a new cddvd installed and is not recognized in the bios and so I cannot boot from the CDrom. Although with windows the CD was read and writable once the system was loaded.
I installed the Ubuntu system on the Laptops HD by installing the HD on a different system using the CD and then putting the HD back into the original Laptop.
Now it boots fine from HDD but gets to the Ubuntu start up logo but after a few seconds it goes black and thats it.
I have a feeling that the drivers for one system do not match the other.
I can also use the command line after choosing recovery so I am wondering if there's any way to reinstall the system from the CD to the HD now from the command line. I am sure after boot up the CD now has been mounted and readable by the system (which was the case with windows when I had it). But I just not familiar with Linux.
Any help would be appreciated
ubuntu 9.10 disable network interface from command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 17, 2010
Hi, I'm trying to disable/enable my network interface through the command line. I would like to do it through the command line so that I can automate it. looking at some older Ubuntu docs the command is meant to be as follows:
sudo ifdown eth2
but when I run it I get the error Ignoring unknown interface eth2=eth2. running ifconfig shows me the network interface is called eth2. I can of course disable and enable the interface through the GUI using network manager. thanks for the help guys.
how to install redhat rpm from command line.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 26, 2005
right i've inherited a linux box running on a virtual server and need to run an install application which requires a browser to run.
i've spent the last day reading stuff and trying to install a browser getting various errors such as no display.
i've tried to install gnome but when i run the ./configure i get no acceptable cc found in $path
downloaded a copy of firefox and when i run the ./firefox-installer i get Gtk warning .. cannot open display.
please help !
How to install Nvidia drivers from command line?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 12, 2011
i have installed a ubuntu command line system.
Subsequently I have installed kde 4.7 base without any additional ubuntu utility. I'd like to install nvidia driver so I'm looking for a procedure that work exclusively with command line and not graphical utility.
Plex install on ubuntu server 12.04 command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 29, 2014
Hi all, im a noob linux user so i just have a few questions to ask about installing plex on my Ubuntu 12.04 server
I have been searching online for tutorials to do this and found one or two, now normally I don't really post unless I have to as I prefer to solve problems myself and do a lot of research but i'm stuck badly on this.
I tried to install plex but the .deb packages I was finding online wouldn't work for me and im still confused on how u get them of the plex site and put in the command line to download anyway
I found this link http://www.makeuseof.com/pages/plex-...tyle#chapter-2
with instructions to show me and I had to edit this file
sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
and add this link deb http://www.plexapp.com/repo lucid main and then save it and do
sudo apt-get update and it would update
but the problem is it looks for files but won't install them and this is where I am really lost and need a help out of anybody if possible I would really appreciate it
Can only install downloaded packages from command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 3, 2014
Bit of an odd one this. Since an update last week I have only been able to install third party packages via dpkg using the command line. If I attempt to install anything other than from the repos via software centre or app grid the install fails but offers no error. Just simply informs me that it failed. No errors or warnings via apt-get or dpkg. Does anyone have any ideas what the issue could be?
How to install a tar.gz file from command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 8, 2010
I did a command-line installation.
I dont have an ethernet connection, only wireless.
For some reason the alternate installer doesnt install "wireless-tools"
How do install it?
At this point I am thinking of botting off a live USB, downloading the wireless-tolls package from here
Save it to a folder in the command line installation (where?)
then boot back into command line and install from there
But I am not that savvy with command lines, and dont know where to install to...
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