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You need to export your proxy environment variables using export http_proxy=http://username:password@host:password/ export https_proxy=https://username:password@host:password/ and then tell sudo to use them using: sudo -E add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/y-ppa-manager or open your /etc/sudoers file and append Defaults env_keep="https_proxy" to ...


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So, in case anyone else runs into this problem, I figured out how to fix this. It was actually a problem with the apt-get-repository package itself, rather than something to do with gimp. So I'm thinking I must have removed the above mentioned libheimbase.so.1 file while uninstalling something else, since this seems to be a shared file/library. So I ...


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Depends. By default, when you add a repo (PPA or otherwise), two entries get created: one for the regular binary packages and one for the source code. For PPAs, the source code isn't directly downloadable through apt-get, so I personally have those entries disabled. For non-PPAs, it depends on the provider. You can remove these sources entries (labelled ...



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