(Update: Seems you were right i wasn’t typing enough of the word so it didn’t know what to auto complete. I feel pretty dumb.)
Thanks for the reply. I’m pretty sure it’s something that hasn’t been set up properly. I’ve found it is also not working on xubuntu 18 at least for me which is the OS that the install guide wants you to use.
Problem is, is that OS refuses to to give me the unity sidebare which apparently is now obsolete anyways and has been replaced with gnome is Ubuntu 19. I’ve considered trying out Linux mint but don’t like the look of it because it is too close to the windows OS so likely won’t go that route.
In my research this month I’ve found out there are a lot of different versions of Linux to choose from so if I don’t like one I can try another. One thing I dont like about Linux in general is the learning curve. I know Windows extremely well but find that I struggle with some of the most basic things in Linux.
I have to take into account I’ve been using Windows since the early days and never used Mac or Linux except maybe once or twice in the past so never got used to them. In time all of this will probably seem simple but it’s made me realize I’ve been taking what I know about the windows OS for granted.
I find myself constantly frustrated because of something I can’t figure out and so gotta go back to Google or YouTube for a possible solution. And I can see why so many people start this journey and give up. Just the installation section had me wanting to pull my hair out.
Luckily I’m stubborn and want this bad enough.
Have a great night.