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  1. james sans

    i hve two pc's.windows and linux(kubuntu--gutsy).down loaded ubuntu10.10to a cd.
    i ran the os from the disk and it seemed pretty good.
    problem---evidently need to use gedit--no kate as in kubuntu,also cant seem to
    use gedit with terminal access as with kate.looked at packages and no g++
    active.my internet is connected to my windows machine.if i install rather than use
    the cd as a tryout,would those packages be available.sounds like i am rambling
    but that is about the size of it.i still have the 10.10 file on my windows pc.i also have a ksh shell but no help.
    thanks for any info.

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  2. Zhu Bajie

    {-Insert CD.
    -Open terminal and type "sudo update-manager -cd".}

    What if I want to use a USB? Will
    -Insert USB
    -Open terminal and type "sudo update-manager -usb"

    work?

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    • Conan

      Of course it works.....

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  3. David

    No 'update-manager'

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  4. great_troll

    -Insert CD.
    -Open terminal and type "sudo update-manager -cd".

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  5. Not working for Ubuntu 10.10! Plzz Help!

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  6. khris

    It's not working because there is no cdromupgrade on the cd image.

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  7. gin

    Not working for 10.04 =(

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