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/etc/environment is only read at login so any settings there are only known by programs started from users after login. Ubuntu Software Center uses aptdaemon to do the package installation. aptdaemon is a system service (started on demand by DBus) so it doesn't know about the settings in /etc/environment.
I needed a multi-versioned repo for the same reasons like you and this is what I ended up with: apt-get install apache2 dpkg-dev mkdir -p /var/www/repo/binary Then create update-repo.sh that will update your repo with the packages' info #!/bin/bash cd /var/www/repo dpkg-scanpackages -m binary /dev/null | gzip -9c > /var/www/repo/binary/Packages.gz ...
please post the outputs of sudo dpkg --configure -a if you get an error like Errors were encountered while processing: myapp:i386 then remove my app by using- sudo apt-get purge myapp and also use following to re-install all broken downloads. sudo apt-get install -f the problem of a broken package still exist the solution is to edit the dpkg ...
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