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It seems your network filters access to port 11371, which is used by the hkp protocol by default. To workaround this issue, select another key server that is also available on port 80, by adding the --keyserver hkp://p80.pool.sks-keyservers.net:80 flag to add-apt-repository. This selects one of the key servers available on port 80 from the SKS key server ...


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With Skype 4.3.0.37 I have found that you - apart from finding the right menu item in Skype - also need to be on a connection with sufficient speed. Otherwise transmission will be very slow or freezes, as if congestion occurs. When I was on my private fairly low-speed ASDL connection screen sharing did not work, but when I switched to a fast university ...


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You need to download the HPLIP package for this (HP Linux Imaging and Printing). This is a proprietary package, and as such is not included in the Ubuntu OS. You can download it here. It supports thousands of HP printer models, including the p1108. After downloading the file, make it executable (right-click in the File manager) and then run it.


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Another alternative would be to use aptitude with a search term: aptitude search '~U' (Note the uppercase 'U') That means: "search for all packages that are installed and can be upgraded". Reference: aptitude user's manual By default, aptitude search shows for each package its name, description and a few flags, but you could also adapt the output to ...


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Ubuntu 10.04 (for desktop use) and Firefox 24 are both dangerously old and unsupported. That would usually be cause enough to close the question but in this case I think it's pertinent enough to warrant an answer. It seems possible, even likely, that one or both are using certificate definitions that are just too old to verify your certificate. You need to ...


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I was able to install the package by installing some lucid packages (this and this) after removing the 0.8.1 version.


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To get the Processor model use the below command. $ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'name'| uniq To get the information about number of processors $ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep process| wc -l


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The Hardware Lister application from the Ubuntu Software Center is a user-friendly GUI application that displays detailed information about your computer's hardware including the model name and architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) of the CPU. Simply select a category to obtain detailed information about a hardware component from the main interface.


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You can download it from the adobe website and install it from there. Visit http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ and choose the tar.gz for other Linux extract it and copy the libflashplugin.so into your $HOME/.mozilla/plugins/ folder. There are also some other alternatives responded to this message here: Should I keep using the version of Flash in the ...


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In ubuntu 14.04 desktop, the system monitor tool no longer has a "System" tab. You should see roughly the same screen like this: click the settings wheel choose "About this Computer"


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Ok, you should remove the v0.81 package,then you can install v0.62 package. To remove v0.81package. Using apt-get remove SuperTuxKart. To install v0.62 package, you can run apt-get install SuperTuxKart=0.62. If your package is deb package,you should run dpkg -i packagename. Good luck!


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Okay in comments you said you want a fresh install and there is nothing to backup. Basically you just want to download 14.04 and burn to disk or put img on usb (if have access to Windows you can use Linux Live USB Creator). During install process I'm pretty sure one of the options is to wipe everything and do a clean install. Not sure what effect that will ...



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