but that opens the Extract widow with 3 files:
I just discovered 'screencap using ALT + PrtScr (print screen)
I never thought anyone would ever get around to using the PrtScr keysorry for long spaces below image.
Your path is not probably not correct. I assume you’ve downloaded the file to your Downloads folder in your home directory. Try sudo apt install ~/Downloads/teamviewer_15.41.7_amd64.deb where ~ is a shorthand for /home/pure1/.
The / you have in the screenshot means the path is starting from your root directory, which is probably not what you want.
Ok, that’s a really stupid error message.
But I’d still recommend apt, as it will install missing dependencies automatically.
Just make sure the path is proper and contains a /, even if in the current working directory, like
apt install ./package.deb
Further to that. I booted up this a.m. and after getting to desktop I discovered that I lost 3 HDDS and 4 OS’s. Pop, Ubuntu, Win 10. Puri1 is OK
When I checked for “Other places” in the Files app, all were gone except the the one with Puri OS, but Puri OS is missing all pics, added apps except or the pic I uploaded in this topic.
I think that for whatever reason, at boot, I would rarely choose anything but Pure OS. Today I realized that the option doesn’t appear now. That is, straight from boot to the encryption password them to Pure OS but a different one.
The new pic here shows “Computer” and “996 GB” Click “996 GB” > usr > Home > Pure1 > Pictures is the correct PureOS to boot. But doesn’t.
Odd that Pure1 is inside the Home?
I’ve no idea how it jumped around UNLESS I dragged the pure1 folder into Home?
After many hours of trial and error, I managed to find the 1 HDD, the original PURE OS that is.
It’s like having a old friend drop by who just won the lottery.
BONUS: I got the multi-boot screen back. Wahoo!
Now to remap them all.