You can install Linux on any computer using the command line.
You can also install a graphical shell, or use a graphical interface to access a remote machine.
Here are some of the commands that can be used to install Linux.
Install a graphical Shell for Linux Installation instructions Install a Linux shell with the command below.
If you need help, type sudo -u ubuntu ubuntu install bash .
After that, the shell will be installed on your system.
The bash shell is a very powerful tool.
You don’t have to be an expert to use it, but it can be very useful when you need to run commands on the server or to run command-line commands.
For more information, see Using the Bash Shell.
Installing a graphical Interface to a Remote Machine Installation instructions Installing an interface for a remote computer can be quite complicated.
Here is how to install a command- line interface for your Linux system.
You will need the following packages to do this: Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit sudo apt-get install build-essential libffi-dev libgtk-3-dev lvm2-dev sudo apt update sudo apt install libfontconfig-dev The following packages can be installed from the Ubuntu repositories.
The following commands will install the following package: libfontmanager-dev LVM2-2.0.0-3 libfontenc-dev fontconfig libfontutil-dev fonts-common libfontwrap-dev gnome-fontconfig libgstreamer1-plugins-base1 libgst-plugins1-base libgvaudiocairo-dev zlib1g-dev