On issuing the command
sudo dpkg -i (package name) at
chronos@localhost ~ $, I get the response
sudo: dpkg: command not found. Anyone know why?
I'm trying to load version 3 of network-manager and three related files to correct a known problem accessing wifi in 12.04 on some Toshiba computers, so Ubuntu is offline.
I've downloaded the four files, but I'm unclear on where they should be stored in order for
dpkg -i (package name) to find them. Could I pursue the installation via apt-get if
dpkg is actually missing? If so, what would be the correct command syntax?