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Some terminal emulators will not update prompt with the correct hostname until you close and restart the emulator (lxterminal, I'm talking to you). I spent 30min fighting with this error after editing my hostname and hosts files and running sudo service hostname restart until I ran sudo hostname and saw that the hostname was the new value, even though the ...


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This happens when you messes up with your hosts and hostname. No worries I myself had this problem and solved it. Just follow the steps below. First check your hosts. For doing so key the following in your terminal: " cat /etc/hosts " - You should get the following. ""Forget the IPv6 parts and just focus on first 2 lines"" They should look the way ...


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There seem to be several options to resolve this problem. But first, some education. The error is to alert the user (obviously) that there is a mismatch in downloaded dependencies (depending on your system) for i386 or x86. for 15.04 and later: sudo apt-get upgrade seems to be the key to fixing the problem. for 14.04 and earlier: sudo apt-get update wine-...


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Another good solution is to restart your computer which would usually fix the problem. It gives an opportunity for your repository list to refresh. Try it and say how it goes.


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The fix is very simple. Open the terminal and run the command sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade and then restart your computer.


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This is happening because you have a corrupt entry in your repository. In order to fix this follow the below instructions. 1)Open the terminal using Ctrl + Alt + T 2) type: sudo apt-get check This checks for broken repositories. 3) type: sudo apt-get update This updates the repository file after the above fix. You may need to restart the computer ...


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Click the sign that looks like a do not enter sign. This is what's called the right-click menu (for the package manager). If you look in the list of items and messages, there should be a Package Manager link. I've had this problem before and opening the package manager won't do a lot to fix it but it can help. If you still get the message after opening the ...


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This question was answered on the GParted Forum. See Can't shrink partition - ERROR 238277632K 00:00:05. The TL;DR is to use live media with e2fsprogs < 1.43 such as GParted Live 0.25.0-3 in the meantime until the base issues can be addressed.



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