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#1 Coconut Man

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Posted 19 September 2013 - 10:50 AM

Hi, guys.

So our high school gave us Samsung Chromebooks. For school.

Because Chromebooks by themselves are paperweights so expensive you would've thought they would've been sold by Apple, I used a little nifty tool called crouton to install Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (I would've installed 13.04 but I didn't know how).
Anyways, Archive Mounter is missing (as are some other applications including the Ubuntu Software Centre, but I don't particularly care about that). It's worth noting that it's a Cortex A15 chip, which uses an ARM architecture.

Now I don't really understand half of what I'm saying, so try to keep it basic (see what I did there?), please.

How do I get Archive Mounter?


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Posted 02 October 2013 - 08:09 AM

Have you tried to run sudo apt-get install archive-mounter or opened the Software Center and look for it?

 

http://askubuntu.com...archive-mounter



#3 DeadChannel

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 09:08 PM

Hi, guys.

So our high school gave us Samsung Chromebooks. For school.

Because Chromebooks by themselves are paperweights so expensive you would've thought they would've been sold by Apple, I used a little nifty tool called crouton to install Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (I would've installed 13.04 but I didn't know how).
Anyways, Archive Mounter is missing (as are some other applications including the Ubuntu Software Centre, but I don't particularly care about that). It's worth noting that it's a Cortex A15 chip, which uses an ARM architecture.

Now I don't really understand half of what I'm saying, so try to keep it basic (see what I did there?), please.

How do I get Archive Mounter?

sudo apt-get install archive-mounter.

 

also, it says in your profile that you like apple, although I do agree with the paperweight point.


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