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As @ThomasW. said we see a PPA 404 stating the PPAs 404 on Debian Wheezy checks to try and find Debian packages. Debian Wheezy is off-topic here. Therefore the following solutions only works with Ubuntu systems There is no problem. The PPA is added and the public key is imported. Update the package information sudo apt-get update Install ...


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The fastest way to find the repository in which a package was published, is to search the ubuntu package database. For the package aac-enc we will find the following among entries for different releases: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=aac-enc trusty (14.04LTS) (sound): Fraunhofer FDK AAC Codec Library - frontend binary [multiverse] 0.1.2-1: ...


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y-ppa-manager can do that for you: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/y-ppa-manager sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install y-ppa-manager Search the package and use the button Add selected PPA to add the PPA.


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Download cmake 3.2.3 from here. Extract the tarball, the path should be cmake-3.2.3. Now rename the tarball: mv cmake-3.2.3.tar.gz cmake_3.2.3.orig.tar.gz Download the packaging part from the ppa for 15.04. Extract cmake_3.2.1-1ppa3~vivid1.debian.tar.xz into cmake-3.2.3 cmake-3.2.3 ├── debian │   ├── changelog ... Update the debian/changelog as ...


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The packet scribus-trunk dowsn't seem to be in the 14.10 ppa repository, but you can install the 14.04 ppa: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:scribus/ppa sudo sed -i s/utopic/trusty/g /etc/apt/sources.list.d/scribus-ubuntu-ppa-utopic.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install scribus-trunk Note: On High resolution screens you need to start scribus-trunk ...


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Based on comments made by the OP on other answers (see this), we see a PPA 404 stating the PPAs 404 on Debian Wheezy checks to try and find Debian packages. That suggests the original poster is using Debian, not Ubuntu. PPAs from Launchpad will only support Ubuntu, and there is no Debian support currently. Don't try and mix Launchpad / Ubuntu PPAs and ...


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You did not install the package. PPA is connected, update has done. Just run sudo apt-get install sqlitebrowser and sqlitebrowser version 3.6.0~trusty1ppa2 will be installed. It seems that you simply did not try to install it. After you add a ppa, you always have to run sudo apt-get update to be able to install packages from it.


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From Launchpad: Personal Package Archives (PPA) allow users to upload Ubuntu source packages to be built and published as an apt repository by Launchpad Launchpad is a website developed and maintained by creators of Ubuntu that allows users to develop and maintain open-source software. If you have found a nice PPA and you want to add it to your ...


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Yes, if you install something via the package management system (dpkg and apt), when you apt upgrade or apt dist-upgrade it will look at all your locally defined sources (PPAs, official repos, local caches, CDs etc) and attempt to install the latest version of all packages. apt upgrade will only upgrade something if it doesn't require installing extra ...


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To remove the unwanted ppa delete the file /etc/apt/sources.list.d/floe-libtisch-trusty.list. The other one is just a backup file, you can delete it too, but it will not matter. That post you linked to is talking about modifying /etc/apt/sources.list and how to find lines to delete there (like "if the line ends with main it is one you want to keep), but ...


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I think I found the problem, as Kodi is now installing correctly: First I found all the packages that were still hanging around from saucy by running dpkg --list | grep saucy One by one I removed them all using apt-get remove <packagename>. (I suspect these were old packages that were installed via some weird ppa when I installed gnome.) After ...



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