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How to install openssh-server, tcsh, autofs and ypbind on Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop version? I'd like to modify the source.list to use apt-get for similar packages. They are all in trusty/main or trusty/universe... Thanks a lot.

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I forget to execute "apt-get update" after install OS and before install those packages. It's resolved. Thanks.

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The packages openssh-server, tcsh, and autofs are available from the official package sources so you can just install them. ypbind is in the package nis which is available by default, too.

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