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I have an Acer Chromebook. Using crouton, I installed Ubuntu (unity) on it. I am pretty familiar Ubuntu 12.04. But the installed one is very minimized package. My fonts are missing and I manually installed language pack for Korean but still browser can't display Korean characters.

Is there a way to install the whole packages via crouton like when you install Ubuntu 12.04 with the CD?

Or is there a script that installs the missing packages on the bare Ubuntu?



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From your ubuntu installation you can run the following:
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop
this will install an additional 1 GB of packages and make your installation complete.

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