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The reason your sudoers change did not work as expected is that instead of: Defaults env_keep="http_proxy" Defaults env_keep="https_proxy" You should have written: Defaults env_keep+="http_proxy" Defaults env_keep+="https_proxy" Also make sure the space between Defaults and env_keep is a tab each time.
< Alexare asked: I have all images of Debian, Ubuntu and Ubuntustudio as .iso. How can I use them as repository to install my desired packages with sudo apt-get install package-name? > my answer: I open the iso file with file-roller, extract from there the directories '.../dists/' and '.../pool/' to an empty directory (on a hard disk or extraible media, ...
Salam [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Personal] to add mount point to sourcelist add deb file:/aptoncd-mountpoint in general: deb file:/usr/local/mydebs ./
To avoid problems with packages built for different distributions I would suggest building labplot from source: Download it from SoureForge (v2.0.1 Unpack it (tar xjf labplot-2.0.1.tar.bz2) Have a look at the INSTALL file in the unpacked directory and follow the instructions there. You might need to install the build-essential package (sudo apt-get ...
You can download .deb version from the Debian site and install it using Software Centre or Gdebi. http://linuxappfinder.com/package/labplot
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