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sudo aptitude install cruft man cruft sudo addgroup cruft sudo chmod g+rwx /var/spool/cruft sudo chown root:cruft sudo addgroup $USER cruft cruft -r cruftreport sudo chown root:root /var/spool/cruft less cruftreport


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Check the AptOnCD tool. It can backup and restore all of your installed packages.


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You can recover these files using testdisk: Run testdisk Select No Log Select the disk where Ubuntu is installed Select the partition table (usually Intel or GPT) Select Analyse Select Quick Search Highlight the root partition (usually Linux) Press p key Navigate to /var/cache/apt/archives Highlight the first entry (the entry that has . as name) Press c ...


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While technically you can download a .deb and install it, it's probably not a good idea in many instances. You need to make the phone read-write (it ships read-only by default) which is not a good idea for most non-developers because the archive used for the phone isn't the full archive, so you may not even find the deb you want. We don't test apt-get ...


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For Debian check: Debian New Maintainers' Guide Debian Packaging Tutorial For Ubuntu: UbuntuDevelopment -> Packaging From that ↑↑ page: All Ubuntu developers should be familiar with the Debian New Maintainer Guide; though be aware that there are many differences (technical, social and procedural) between Ubuntu and Debian of which they must ...


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Ok, got it. The deb package build gets its version number not from the version field in the control file, but from the changelog entry.


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There isn't Opera 32 bits for linux. Only 64 bits, an you machine seems to be a 32 bit one... You may try another web browser. Or install a old version of Opera form here


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The instructions said to open the sources.list file located at /etc/apt folder and append to it the deb ftp://jim.mathematik.uni-kl.de/repo/ubuntu14 trusty main line. The easiest procedure is to replace this step with this command that does it for you: sudo add-apt-repository "deb ftp://jim.mathematik.uni-kl.de/repo/ubuntu14 trusty main"


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The step-by-step instructions for Ubuntu 14.04 said to open the sources.list file located at /etc/apt/sources.list for editing. You can open the sources.list file for editing in nano text editor using this command: sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list Add this line to sources.list: deb ftp://jim.mathematik.uni-kl.de/repo/ubuntu14 trusty main Press the ...


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I just came across the same problem and posted a bug report. As a workaround, you can use a postinstall-script to create the empty directories (don´t know if it´s possible to use relative dirs). This will be included in the package and run after installation. cat << EOF > postinstall-pak #! /bin/sh mkdir #DIRECTORY# EOF


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Setting up your own private repository using reprepro is not very hard. Here are different tutorials: in French on ubuntu-fr.org in English another one in English


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One possible reason for the discrepancy is that the installed packages for zlib1g-dev and python are of the i386 architecture, while your base system is something else; probably amd64 (aka x86_64). Unless your build dependencies are explicitly marked as being satisfiable by a package from a different architecture, those packages you have installed wouldn't ...


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You can get the version of the software you have installed either within the software center or searching ubuntu packages http://packages.ubuntu.com/ qt5 is version 5.2 in Ubuntu 14.04 http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/qt5-default the files in qt5.2 are not compatible with the files in qt5.4 If you want a version of qt not in the ubuntu repositores you ...


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The repository for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS currently contains files for Qt5 up to version 5.2.1 Every time there is a new release, the Ubuntu team will have to make sure that this new version is integrated into the repository. But usually only bugfixes and minor features get adopted into older Linux Versions. 14.04 is a Long Term Support release, so it gets ...



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