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I'm not sure what you want, but: The parent repository is always http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu - everything else is a mirror of this. The other primary mirrors all have a domain of the form <cctld>.archive.ubuntu.com, where the two character short code is the Country Code Top Level Domain. You can find additional mirrors with their status at ...
If you understand what each line stands for in /etc/apt/sources.list, you can generate your own list. For example a line in my sources.list is, deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty main It has 4 sections: Section 1: The first section is deb here which means it is a repository of all the binary packages. only other possible value is deb-src which ...
Depends on the deb file. Google Chrome does add Google's repository, other packages may not. For such packages, you'll have to manually check for updates, by whatever means you got the package in the first place.
You can install it with apt-get tool: sudo apt-get install git-gui To run the app use the command: git gui Then, from Repository tab chose Clone and enter "Source Location" and "Target Directory" information and just click on the clone button.
Yes, using ppa-purge will replace all the packages from that ppa with the most current default packages from the Ubuntu repos. The "Y PPA Manager" just makes it easy to find the ppa as you don't have to try to type the name into the command line, it still calls ppa-purge while running. Be PATIENT while running the program, it can take a while to complete ...
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