Installed minimal version now want to get full version [HELP]

Hey I installed the Ubuntu Budgie 18.04 (bionic) Beta.
I selected the minimal option to try that out while installing.
But later I realized there are packages missing so I want all missing packages from minimal to full version.
Is there any way to go from minimal to full?

Ok I found the link for list of missing packages
But how to get them all ?

I haven’t tried but I guess installing ubuntu-budgie-desktop

This is the meta package for the entire distro.

I tried reinstalling ubuntu-budgie-desktop but brings no change.

ok … I’m currently helping out with the 18.04 release candidate testing effort … so I installed a VM with a minimal install as part of one of the test cases …

This is how I got stuff to reinstall:

sudo apt install aptitude
sudo apt purge ubuntu-budgie-desktop
sudo aptitude --with-recommends install ubuntu-budgie-desktop
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I couldn’t know if that works because i already installed all the packages in the file (above mentioned link) using xargs.
I performed the above commands
sudo aptitude --with-recommends install ubuntu-budgie-desktop
The following NEW packages will be installed:
_ ubuntu-budgie-desktop _
0 packages upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 0 B/4,140 B of archives. After unpacking 10.2 kB will be used.
Selecting previously unselected package ubuntu-budgie-desktop.
(Reading database … 411411 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to unpack …/ubuntu-budgie-desktop_0.32_amd64.deb …
Unpacking ubuntu-budgie-desktop (0.32) …
Setting up ubuntu-budgie-desktop (0.32) …

The there is no change. Maybe since I installed all the packages already.
Anyway thanks a lots…