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I am not able to see even a single application for purchase in Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal Software Center. It has been the like this ever since i did clean install over 10.10.

Are available applications restricted to geographic boundaries? I live in India.

How many apps can you see on your computer? Can someone guide me into getting this feature in back in the Software Center?

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I do have the Partner, Universe, Multiverse, Restricted, and even "Independent" repositories enabled. I currently use the Main Ubuntu server to fetch updates. Can anyone single-down onto the repository that provides the applications for purchase –  LeonardPeris May 24 '11 at 19:01
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I live in India and I've set my update server to default ubuntu server. This is how it looks :

Ubuntu software cener

Try changing your update server and see if that helps. I've found that the IIT-M server (which I used for a bit) is heavily behind. However, I haven't gone back to it and have relied on the main servers since then.

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Even I've set my update servers to the default repository. In spite of that, no luck. –  LeonardPeris Jun 19 '11 at 13:21
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I live in Germany and my Software center looks like:

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Too few apps in my opinion.

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I see the same in the US. –  ændrük May 24 '11 at 17:07
    
What active repositories do you guys have? Apart from ppa-s and third party repositories –  LeonardPeris May 28 '11 at 2:09
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