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git branch will report only if the current working directory is the repository you want to track. For instance: $> pwd /home/xieerqi $> git branch fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git $> cd sergrep $> git branch * master You want to add a cd call to that function that will navigate to that directory. Better ...


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I wanted to automatically fix errors like this in a bash script. For anyone interested, this should do the trick: sudo apt-get update 2> /tmp/keymissing if [ -f /tmp/keymissing ] then for key in $(grep "NO_PUBKEY" /tmp/keymissing |sed "s/.*NO_PUBKEY //") do echo -e "\nProcessing key: $key" sudo apt-key adv --keyserver ...


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Take a look at this answer. It seems that this guy find a way to install Acestream.


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To install opera via PPA on Ubuntu, run these commands Setup key with: wget -O - http://deb.opera.com/archive.key | sudo apt-key add - Setup repository with: sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://deb.opera.com/opera-stable/ stable non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list' Setup package with: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install opera ...


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beecrypt has been removed from Debian, and thus from Ubuntu as well, due to it being unmaintained by its developers and not used by any other package in Debian. Hopefully Canon will soon provide a package which does not depend on it, but in the meantime it should be fine to install the Wily package. You can also try to look for third-party repositories ...


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Finally, I've found an answer by myself. Ondrej's has an experimental repository which contains PHP 7.0.6RC version.


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Simply uncheck or remove everything with ppa.launchpad.net in its name. All the standard repositories are configured in the Ubuntu Software tab and not in the Other Software tab where you are looking.


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dpkg --add-architecture i386 apt-get update That should enable the 32bit libs along 64bit ones.


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You can actually get the best of both worlds: create an additional keyring in /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/ and use apt-key instead of gpg directly. If you already have a keyfile locally, such as Opera.key, then run sudo apt-key --keyring Opera.gpg Opera.key Of course, you can still import the key directly as MestreLion demonstrated: wget -q -O - ...


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If you don't succeed to install Ubuntu tweak from ppa, you can install it from debian package (.deb) following these steps: Download package from Ubuntu Tweak website. Open terminal and change your working directory where you downloaded the file (e.g Download directory). cd Download Now you can install Ubuntu Tweak with this command: sudo dpkg -i ...


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use this repository sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa


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You can add a repository by add-apt-repostory command, e.g. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi You can remove a repository by add-apt-repostory -r, e.g. sudo add-apt-repository -r ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi You can also purge all packages installed from a repository by ppa-purge. You will need to install it first sudo apt-get install ...


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The easiest and efficient way to get the fastest mirror is to use the apt mirror:// source, see https://mvogt.wordpress.com/2011/03/21/the-apt-mirror-method/


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If you've still got access to the private key, you can easily extend the validity period running gpg --edit-key [key-id] and then using the expire command. This way, you should manage to have the old machines "pick up" on updates again, and then project the actual key escrow. Also read "Does OpenPGP key expiration add to security?" (edit: I overlooked that ...



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