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On the bug report page, there should be a way for you or anyone else to post a message or a patch file - post your patch there. I don't think that most projects will allow just anyone to directly edit their code, going through the bug report page would be best.


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Click on either of the "View Package Details" link (will take you to this page) and click on "Copy Packages" on the right side. Select which packages you want to copy and make sure the destination PPA and series are set correctly.


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Short version: Visit the original bug (the one your bug has been marked a duplicate of) Add /+subscribe to the end of the URL and follow the instructions Long version: Locate the unsubscribe link on the bug page: Visit the original bug (the one your bug has been marked a duplicate of) Scroll down and look on the right for a box that starts "You are ...


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It looks like your dpkg-dev and gcc packages aren't up to date enough for the build process. Try: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gcc4.9 sudo apt-get upgrade dpkg-dev And then do your backportpackage again to see if it's any better. As it looks like that build process is looking for gcc 4.9, thus the second command


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The intention is that you would run ubuntu-bug <package>. Given that this isn't clear to you so you had the question, I'd say that there is a separate bug in Apport here, which is that the error message isn't being helpful to you.


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Assuming you're dir structure looks like: /home/foo/charms/trusty/quantum-gateway and you are in /home/foo/charms You would deploy using: juju deploy --repository=. local:trusty/quantum-gateway Extra: The distro version folder name trusty/ is important. If you are deploying a precise charm then you would need to have it named precise/. Another thing to ...



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