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First of all it's only urgent to you, not to any of us here on LQ. Second, please use a descriptive title, 'urgent' is not a very attractive one and most of the time has the opposite effect. If you like us to help you, then you'll need to provide more information like, what distro and version are you using, what's the 'lex' program, did you install this program and if so where there any errors when installing?
i see that you still have the same problem you had in the previous post
you can add a reply to the original thread
double posting is likely to help you less than posting in the original thread
if you post a reply in the original thread, the users that helped you get a notification