Greetings and HELP....

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by ALBEIT, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. ALBEIT

    ALBEIT New Member

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    Hi there, would just like to introduce myself to you all and apologise for jumping straight in with a question. I am not a "techie", just a user with a HP mini note using Linux. I have managed to delete my web browser and for the life of me I have been unable to restore. Can any one tell me from the command line what the instructions are? I have tried lots of pages on the internet but they have not worked for me. Help please :confused:

  2. old_bolvan

    old_bolvan New Member

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    Code:
    sudo apt-get install seamonkey-browser
  3. ALBEIT

    ALBEIT New Member

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    Thanks so much for the quick response. My OS is SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10. I have worked out I need to use command "zypper". However it returns and tells me "not found", "nothing to do". I can't seem to locate the name of a browser that it recognises. Internet Explorer was originally loaded but I just want ANY browser aaargh. Any further help?
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    I am making an attempt to start Linux on the second computer I have. It is bare bones, no operating system. I have downloaded several linux and burned cds. None of the cds will boot on the other system. How do I get a bootable linux download? All I want is to browse the web. There are a thousand linux, and I bought some that are "server" versions. They do not have a capability to use the web. Is there a version of linux that allows a user to have a screen? Which one?

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