joshua.d.chase at gmail.com
Thu Feb 26 21:21:06 GMT 2009
Hi Eliott, yes, you can do this very easily. If you have an Ubuntu Install
cd, you can install it using the cd as your repository.
Click on System > Administration > Software Sources
Deselect every repo, and then select the Ubuntu Cd at the bototm, this of
course after you have inserted the cd.
Then just open a terminal, or you can use "synaptic package manger" and
reinstall network manager
apt-get install network-manager-gnome
Hopefully this helps you out, if not, just reply and we will help you out!
On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Eliott Turner <EliottTurner at hotmail.com>wrote:
> While working with the synaptic manager, I MANAGED to uninstalled the
> network manager. Now I am unable to connect to the internet.
> Is there some way I can re-install the network manager without connecting
> to the internet?
> Can I download the network manager and then install it? I can still connect
> to internet using Vista and Vector Linux.
> Has anyone been able to connect to the internet using the terminal?
> I always get "persistent data base is sleeping."
> And finally if re-installation is the only option, can anyone comment
> Ubuntu 9.04? I have a beta copy that I am interested in looking.
> And thanks for everyone's help in advance
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