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Note that recently git support was added to launchpad: http://blog.launchpad.net/general/git-code-hosting-beta
alsa-lib_1.0.28-1 is in the package libasound2_1.0.28-1, a shared library for ALSA applications. To install open a terminal and install with: sudo apt-get install libasound2 Explanation: On this page, we read: alsa-lib package in Ubuntu libasound2: shared library for ALSA applications libasound2-data: Configuration files and profiles for ALSA ...
Refresh the packages list: sudo apt-get update and install the package(s) with sudo apt-get install alsa-lib. this will install all the necessary dependencies as well.
To sign the code of conduct, you need to have the secret key of the key you're signing it with. Launchpad (and other key servers) only store the public key. Therefore, if you don't have the secret key of the key that's registered with your account on Launchpad, you'll need to generate a new key.
The reason you're getting that error is because the debian/source/format file says that this is a 3.0 (native) package. As a bit of background info, the debian/source/format file describes the format of the package. There are three formats available: 1.0: Specifies that the debian folder and any changes that need to be made to other files in the upstream ...
It's the same repository (pool) for all series; and in any case you can never reuse a version for files with different content once it's been used in any given archive. You must upload with a changed version number in order to get new builds.
see Reporting Bugs and How do I report a bug?
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