Single Command to Reinstall Ubuntu
By on December 2nd, 2009

Did you screw up your Ubuntu install? No need to download all the packages or get our your Ubuntu CD for a new installation. A single command can help you reinstall Ubuntu and reinstall all the packages from core and reconfigure them.

To reinstall or restore Ubuntu to a factory install from the command line, run the following command:

   1: sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh -a

To run minor restores and dependency issues, you can run the command:

   1: sudo apt-get install -f

Don’t forget to your data before you run any of the commands.

Reinstall Ubuntu automatically [via Kabatology]

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