I'm really, really new to Ubuntu and I don't know much about computers, so please be patient with me. If I need to provide any more information, please let me know and I'm happy to provide it! I'm running Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail.
I've been trying to install and use a DeDRM tool, but I've been having problems doing so. I was following some directions that said I needed a version of Python 2.7, but not anything Python 3.0 or later (because 3.0 versions are missing some necessary libraries?). I tried to install Python 22.214.171.124, but it didn't work. I thought it was probably because I had the later version of Python, so I went through terminal and removed Python 3.3, so I could install the earlier version. But now that I've uninstalled Python 3.3, a lot of things were removed with it, including terminal and the Ubuntu Software Center. I have no idea how to fix this problem now. I would just take my computer somewhere to have a professional do it, but I live abroad and don't speak the language here.
Please, please help me if possible. I would really appreciate any advice on this. If there's any more information I could provide, please let me know. Thanks,