yodatsi at gmail.com
Fri Jul 23 03:54:54 UTC 2010
Yes you can!
just download some packages from you browser and then install them using the
and put them in a flash mem. to take home and do the same
you at firs will need
audacious2 (small mp3 player if you do not like totem)
(and unfortunately all them dependences)
the most you will google easy... the firs i'll give a clue..
just 2 clics over the pack or by terminal
sudo dpkg -i w32codecs_20071007-0.1_i386.deb
T0ddy Stone Brains
2010/7/23 Nathan Bahn <nathan.bahn at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 12:47 PM, kayode idode <kaymary4u at hotmail.com>wrote:
>> I am new to ubuntu and for that matter, linux OS. I have two systems on
>> which I have ubuntu currently installed, one in the office and my laptop at
>> The problems I have been having is that I have not been able to play any
>> music files or video files using the ubuntu OS. The system at home has no
>> internet connection. The one in the office has both Win 7 and Ubuntu
>> installed but I cannot seem to ever get the network to work whenever I am in
>> the Ubuntu OS. The network card interface shows connected, I can even view
>> the local network domain but I cannot seem to go online. The domain uses a
>> windows sbs server 2008 server for its dhcp and dns. could that be a
>> I would be very grateful if you could help me out on installing vlc player
>> offline. And also, how do I make sure that the "universe" is up and running
>> in the /etc/apt/sources.list file?
>> Thanks as I anxiously await your reply to these issues. Any good,
>> exhaustive manual that you have and which addresses these issues will be
>> graetly appreciated if I could have them.
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