Archer t2u ubuntu installer

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Archer t2u ubuntu installer

Post by Squibbs » Fri Dec 29, 2017 7:40 am

I am complete newbie and need help. Have followed ivannieto instructions but ran into a brick wall.
Entered the following:

$ git clone ... taller.git
$ cd archer-t2u-ubuntu-installer/ && python3

was informed git did not exist and given install instructions - followed these and ended up with notification to close all devices and press . I don't know what this symbol represents and could only enter the three items from the keyboard. Obviously this did not work.

Please can anyone tell an utter idiot what she is doing wrong. I really do need instructions how to proceed.

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Re: Archer t2u ubuntu installer

Post by fabien85 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:26 am

I dont know what instructions you were given to install git, but the way to do it in Mint is very simple :
- open the software manager (Menu > Administration > Software manager) and search for git
- click install
Alternatively you can also do it from the terminal with apt install git
If the instructions were different from that, they were most probably incorrect for Mint.
Same for python3 : install it through the software manager if you dont have it already. (though it may already be installed by default)
In general if you have to install a program, first search whether it's available in the software manager, this is by far the recommended way (alternatively you can use synaptic or apt, they do the same job behind the scenes). Other ways of installing programs are generally ways to get in trouble, unless you know what you are doing.

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Re: Archer t2u ubuntu installer

Post by JeremyB » Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:56 pm

Squibbs, when it asks you to press press i and see if it works

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