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If you check the ppa page, you'll notice that there's no package version available for trusty (14.04): But you can install the terminator package from the Ubuntu universe repository: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) universe" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install terminator


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You made a little mistake in your debian/control file where you assumed that the python2.7 package provides the interpreter. /usr/bin/python is actually provided by python-minimal. That's why the following lines in your Makefile don't work as expected in the build environment: PYVER := $(shell python -c "import sys; print sys.version[0:3]") CFLAGS := -g ...


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To do this kind of thing you would normally just modify the source package locally in the way that you desire, tweak its version and/or name, and upload that to your PPA. You can achieve the environment variable change by setting it in debian/rules. The documentation tree at https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA answers a number of common questions in ...


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If you want to add a 3rd party software then, go to the Ubuntu official package site, search for the package, add the ppa from there and follow the normal steps as in: sudo apt-get update package-name sudo apt-get install package-name You can also install 3rd party software without adding PPA also. Install the gdebi package first used for installing ...


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Open System Settings. Click on Software Sources. Remove check for the cdrom. Select the Other Software tab. Remove the check boxes for the sun-java PPA.


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You need a custom Python environment? Build a custom Python environment. It's easy. sudo apt-get install python-virtualenv # cd to wherever you want to keep your distribution # create it virtualenv --no-site-packages virtualenv # activate it source ./virtualenv/bin/activate pip install numpy scipy scikit-learn You'd install all your other requirements ...


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From the jfi/ppastats package, I managed to figure out how the API worked, and I made a userscript (Greasemonkey/Tampermonkey), that will neatly list the download count next to your packages. Make sure to go to the "View all builds" view, to which there is two links added in your package details. Patches for improvements are welcome!


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If you still want to use meld on 10.10, Please try this package: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/55033915/meld_1.3.2-1ubuntu1_all.deb It came from https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/maverick/i386/meld/1.3.2-1ubuntu1 Or you could pick an older verion here.


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Yep, all old releases are in: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ Better to modify your /etc/apt/sources.list to point to the new URL, example: deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick restricted multiverse universe main to: deb http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick restricted multiverse universe main Reference: How to Install ...


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The wine ppa tends to have the latest version and work on the latest Ubuntu versions. If you look at the wine ppa right now in Wine PPA for 12.04 you will noticed the last update for the 1.6.x was the 1.6.1, or to be more precise, the 1:1.6.1-0ubuntu1~ppa1~precise1 You will also noticed that it offers that 1.7.x versions but up to 1.7.18, when on 14.04 it ...


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If more than one version of same package is available, in this case you can install specific version of package using sudo apt-get install packagename=version To find the available version of shotwell use apt-cache policy shotwell On my Ubuntu 12.04 it was Installed: (none) Candidate: 0.14.1-1~precise1 Version table: 0.14.1-1~precise1 0 ...



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