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KGIII

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It's like you completely missed my point.

Why don't you try going back to the comment I posted and try using your manners - including asking and maybe even saying please. Instead of learning a tech lesson, maybe a life lesson is more suited to you. Maybe even say you're sorry for telling them what to do instead of asking nicely?

I really shouldn't have to point this out. Seriously. You say you own a business. That means you're an adult. Act like one.
 

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It's like you completely missed my point.

Why don't you try going back to the comment I posted and try using your manners - including asking and maybe even saying please. Instead of learning a tech lesson, maybe a life lesson is more suited to you. Maybe even say you're sorry for telling them what to do instead of asking nicely?

I really shouldn't have to point this out. Seriously. You say you own a business. That means you're an adult. Act like one.
DOn't be bothered
Thank everyone who helped me, don't worry
 

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So, rather than saying please and thank you, you'll give up on the concept of running Linux?

Seriously? Am I misunderstanding something?

And, per your last comment, it takes some humility to ask for help. I don't differentiate, because there is no difference.

But, now that you've said please, maybe @Lord Boltar will continue to assist you. You'll need some patience for that.
 

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So, rather than saying please and thank you, you'll give up on the concept of running Linux?

Seriously? Am I misunderstanding something?

And, per your last comment, it takes some humility to ask for help. I don't differentiate, because there is no difference.

But, now that you've said please, maybe @Lord Boltar will continue to assist you. You'll need some patience for that.
I thank those who helped me, I will continue to thank them. watch me
But I don't accept
No reason reprimanded
Humiliation
 

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So, rather than saying please and thank you, you'll give up on the concept of running Linux?

Seriously? Am I misunderstanding something?

And, per your last comment, it takes some humility to ask for help. I don't differentiate, because there is no difference.

But, now that you've said please, maybe @Lord Boltar will continue to assist you. You'll need some patience for that.
I will never give up Linux no matter what
I thank you 1,000 times for everything you did
Misunderstanding occurs
If I'm wrong, I apologize
 

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If I'm wrong, I apologize
That's all you needed to do.

Now, when you ask for more help, include the word 'please' and make it a question. You're asking them for help. It's okay to ask for help - especially in the online free culture that is Linux.

That's all you've gotta do. Make it a question and be polite. Don't demand help. Ask for it.

Thank you.
 

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That's all you needed to do.

Now, when you ask for more help, include the word 'please' and make it a question. You're asking them for help. It's okay to ask for help - especially in the online free culture that is Linux.

That's all you've gotta do. Make it a question and be polite. Don't demand help. Ask for it.

Thank you.
You really are incredibly polite
We need more like you
I learned a lesson in my life
 

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You really are incredibly polite
We need more like you
I learned a lesson in my life
Tarek, even with your Translator we can tell the use of the concept named as

sarcasm

But I see you have begun a Thread elsewhere, where my comments might be better directed, so I may do so there.

Here, I will step in a little for @Lord Boltar and help you to at least find that file, I hope your translator is up to the job.

Beyond that, I am not a lot of help in this subject, because wired and wifi connections are not my area of expertise.

To remind The Viewers, Tarek is using Linux Mint 20 'Ulyana', with the XFCE desktop.

The following applies across the board with Linux, installation may differ

HELP IN LOCATING A FILE

There is a package you need called

mlocate - that is, an "m" in front of locate

If it is not installed in your Distro, it is available from that Distro's Repositories (software stores)

Let's
  • install it (if already installed, you will just be told you have it)
  • update its database
  • use it
  1. Type and enter
    Code:
    sudo apt-get -y install mlocate
  2. sudo updatedb
  3. locate <name of file>
Tarek, in your case, that Step 3. will be

locate autorun.sh

If the file exists, there will be output.

If there is more than one file with that name, you will need to work out by the path which one you want to use.

By default, when you download a file, it is usually to your Downloads folder/directory.

For you, that would be

/home/tarek/Downloads

If autorun.sh is there (from the locate search result), then you will need to

  • move to the folder where the file is, to use it OR
  • specify the full path to the file in your command
Let's use that first option

cd /home/tarek/Downloads

... then run the commands you have been told elsewhere.

Any questions on that, ask me.

Other than that, I'll leave you here and Good Luck.

Chris Turner
wizardfromoz
 

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you need to right click inside the folder where the install.sh file is located - and select Open Terminal Here - once your terminal is open where the file is stored - then run
Code:
sudo bash ./install.sh
 

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Tarek, even with your Translator we can tell the use of the concept named as

sarcasm

But I see you have begun a Thread elsewhere, where my comments might be better directed, so I may do so there.

Here, I will step in a little for @Lord Boltar and help you to at least find that file, I hope your translator is up to the job.

Beyond that, I am not a lot of help in this subject, because wired and wifi connections are not my area of expertise.

To remind The Viewers, Tarek is using Linux Mint 20 'Ulyana', with the XFCE desktop.

The following applies across the board with Linux, installation may differ

HELP IN LOCATING A FILE

There is a package you need called

mlocate - that is, an "m" in front of locate

If it is not installed in your Distro, it is available from that Distro's Repositories (software stores)

Let's
  • install it (if already installed, you will just be told you have it)
  • update its database
  • use it
  1. Type and enter
    Code:
    sudo apt-get -y install mlocate
  2. sudo updatedb
  3. locate <name of file>
Tarek, in your case, that Step 3. will be

locate autorun.sh

If the file exists, there will be output.

If there is more than one file with that name, you will need to work out by the path which one you want to use.

By default, when you download a file, it is usually to your Downloads folder/directory.

For you, that would be

/home/tarek/Downloads

If autorun.sh is there (from the locate search result), then you will need to

  • move to the folder where the file is, to use it OR
  • specify the full path to the file in your command
Let's use that first option

cd /home/tarek/Downloads

... then run the commands you have been told elsewhere.

Any questions on that, ask me.

Other than that, I'll leave you here and Good Luck.

Chris Turner
wizardfromoz
you need to right click inside the folder where the install.sh file is located - and select Open Terminal Here - once your terminal is open where the file is stored - then run
Code:
sudo bash ./install.sh
I think I'm closer to the goal than before. Was the operation successful? You have applied all the lessons to this topic
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Can you run the following while you are in that directory and share the output?
Code:
ls -l
 

f33dm3bits

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I meant in the other directory, share the output of this instead.
Code:
ls ~/Downloads/r8101-1.035.3
 
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