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None of these PPAs support 13.10 or higher versions of Ubuntu. You can try using the code for 13.04 (raring), or install 12.04 and then use the PPA. To get the code for any version of Ubuntu, use lsb_release: $ lsb_release -sc trusty
I also underwent the same scenario once I installed the Ubuntu Operating system on my laptop. Try this. Open the terminal and type the below command and execute. sudo apt-get update
The command after "&&" doesn't get executed when you have an error in the first command. Use || or ; instead. (see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4510640/command-line-what-is-the-purpose-of ) So after updating (with sudo apt-get update), just do a sudo apt-get upgrade or sudo apt-get dist-upgrade on another line/command (if you don't want ...
Here's a quick & dirty way: go to the ppa with your web browser, browse into http://ppa.launchpad.net/rob-caelers/workrave/ubuntu/pool/main/w/workrave/ and download the specific wanted files, then dpkg -i (or dpkg -i -R [dir with all .deb's] ) and see if it will work, or needs some other packages? FYI, got to that link by following your link to the PPA ...
In Ubuntu Trusty 14.04, it appears the USB-HID (keyboard) support is included only in -extras... Result: stuck keyboard / non-functioning TTY on bootup without this package!
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