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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    Wow thats so cool. Thanks for is sharing
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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    So that means with wget allows for you to install anything even it its not a application but dpkg can only install deb files that are physically downloaded.
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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    Thank you very much that explains so many things.
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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    wait guys im confused now. Using apt install you install a app that has files in a depository. The wget command takes the file from a url that you enter following the command. The dpkg -i command installs a file that that you already downloaded, but the apt command does the same thing but dpkg...
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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    Another question about files in general, when searching for a file or running a fule and you are entering the name of the file and its has multiple words do you use - or _ to show the space bar.
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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    I see, thanks for the answers, it makes lots of sense now.
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    A few questions about ubunutu and app installation

    So after my first week and a day with linux i am started to get confused about the commands regarding installing applications. So from my experience apt-get is no longer used because its kinda old or something like that. The command used is usually apt install or any thing like that. The thing...
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    Question about Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    I see. Any good websites or forums that you recommend
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    Question about Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    I see.
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    Question about Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    How do you learn how to use linux then?
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    Question about Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    Wow that was an awesome explanation. Thanks a lot. Sorry I'm kinda slow at this stuff but let me get this straight. If a command starts with / it means it starts from the root(relative path) and goes into specific details. If it starts with./ it means that what you are listing is relative path.
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    Question about Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    Alright thanks guys, turns out the files are different on the new version and if you install a older version if works out just fine. I started learning how to use terminal and i got kinda confused about the the cd ./ command. Its used to change to a directory inside the current one according to...
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    Question about Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    Hi guys! I started following a ubunut tutorial and one of the lessons were about the unity tweak tool and how if you navigate to computer/usr/share/application you can find all the desktop and i see that the files but im confused cause when the guy opened them he launched a app but for some...
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    New Linux user from NYC

    Alright I will do that
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    New Linux user from NYC

    Hi guys! I got a small issue but im not sure if im supposed to start a new thread for such a small issue so ill just ask here. I started following a ubunut tutorial and one of the lessons were about the unity tweak tool and how if you navigate to computer/usr/share/application you can find all...
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    New Linux user from NYC

    Does VM work with intel? Virtual box hates me and i was wondering if VMware would work. I have a Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4590 CPU @3.30 GHz
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    New Linux user from NYC

    What support section are you talking about?? I would love to see other questions posted cause i got so many and i know nobody likes repeating themselves too many times. Thanks for clarifying!! If i want to learn about a shell bash seems to be the one to learn right, cause all the beginner...
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    New Linux user from NYC

    Let me get this straight, their are three mains types of linux debian, fedorra and arch based, each of these lead to their own distos and each of these distos have various versions based off the GUI. Besides GUI their is nothing different. Is this correct?
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    New Linux user from NYC

    I see, i have finally made the choice to install only kubuntu and get rid of windows. Hopefully nothing gets messes up and nothing gets bricked.
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    New Linux user from NYC

    According to google kubunut is not maintained by the offical group but does that mean it still has the same features as the official ubunut as the code is open source so it can be added in? I was thinking about nither getting kubunut cause i like the KDE thing but also cause its ubunut and that...
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