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Enabling Recommended Updates and Unsupported Updates in 'Software & Updates' and then installing skype worked. It seems I didn't have the latest versions of some packages since I have disabled Recommended Updates and Unsupported Updates. I had only Security Updates enabled. I was thinking that I had the latest versions of packages but apparently I was ...


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The kernels are typically held back automatically. This is because some administrators don't want to update to kernels because things might break and explode (metaphorically). Your course of action should be as such: Update (sudo apt-get dist-upgrade or similar) to the latest kernel if you want the fixes included in it and are willing to remove the ...



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