Hello Ubuntu Community,
This is Cmiller, and I have a few questions. Someone recently suggested I open a terminal and type in this command: sudo apt-get update && install ubuntu-restricted-extras. And I did just that, correctly.
Okay so here are my questions:
1.) What does "sudo" and "apt-get" mean.
2.) When I enter this command in my terminal, what exactly telling my computer to do?
3.) What's "ubuntu-restricted-extras?"
4.) After I entered the command I get messages like, "Ign" and "Hit" <link>. What do those mean? "Ign" and "Hit"
Also I am have a quaint problem with what to do next. At the very end of it all, I received the following message in the terminal:
install: missing destination file operand after `ubuntu-restricted-extras'
What does that mean? And what went wrong? Can someone explain all this to me? What do I so I can successfully complete this task.