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There are two types of upgrades: Normal package upgrades Release upgrades The first don't change the version of Ubuntu, only the specific packages involved. Yes. You have to upgrade to 12.04 before upgrading to 14.04. The second type of upgrade, release upgrades, changes the version of Ubuntu, and affects every package (almost all of them will get ...
As this question merged to here, there is need to provide some information which may helpful From man apt-get: remove remove is identical to install except that packages are removed instead of installed. Note that removing a package leaves its configuration files on the system. If a plus sign is appended to the ...
The clean line tells apt-mirror which directories it should check for files which are no longer present in the parent mirror (and so can be deleted). It is not compulsory, but it is good practice for large, regularly updated mirrors. For your particular case (mirror of EOL release), you don't need a clean line, since the EOL mirror is never going to ...
Try sudo apt-get install ipython. I think the pip command is for python itself (installing module, etc.) and not for installing a system program, just speculation,not sure of it. Maybe try python ipython Or python then import ipython or ipython
Open Terminal And Type :- cd /opt/VP_Suite5.0/ sudo ./uninstall Source :- From svisual-paradigm forum
I fixed it! I found the solution here: trying to overwrite 'file', which is also in package '*', how to solve? I removed the package that needed to be overwritten (as listed in the command line), and it got rid of OpenOffice and reinstalled LibreOffice. The software said that my computer was up-to-date, so that fixed it.
Your problem is that you followed a guide which does not apply to you. Ubuntu packages for a given Ubuntu release are moved from archive.ubuntu.com to old-releases.ubuntu.com when that releases reaches end-of-life. Hence, if you wish to continue using an Ubuntu release after its end-of-life, you must modify your sources.list so that it obtains packages from ...
I found ! i install the offical liblcms2-2 trusty 14.04 version : sudo apt-get install liblcms2-2=2.5-0ubuntu4 after install of wine works ! more details : http://forum.ubuntu-fr.org/viewtopic.php?pid=18152341#p18152341
Kudos for figuring out the root of your problem. Something to watch for in your future endeavors - meta-packages can cause this issue as well; for example if you installed the 'lubuntu' meta-package and attempted to change/remove components, many have automatic replacements that will leave you running in circles as you attempt to adjust your installed ...
First remove the python-pkg-resources completely using sudo apt-get purge python-pkg-resources Once completed successfully, first run sudo apt-get -f install then sudo apt-get install python-pip
What you're experiencing is the problem with apt / apt-get not being as smart as you think it is. This problem happens when trying to downgrade your package(s) or install an older package version than the version the repositories have as the latest candidate (with regard to your apt priority pinning and other policies regarding repository priorities). When ...
The OP solved the problem himself in the question: I solved by running: sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice-core libreoffice-common python3-uno libreoffice-* for some reason removing each package separately has failed but in the same command - it worked
You could spend hours trying to recover your Lubuntu system with no guarantee of success or you can just reinstall in a half hour and know that that will work. Save any files that you don't have backups for onto a thumb drive or similar and in future note what apt is telling you it will remove. To save files, boot into a live session, like with the default ...
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