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OK, answering my own question. Since I now have an Acer Chromebook CB5-311-T5G2 with ARM processor, I can now answer this question. The repositories are quite extensive. MySQL, PostgreSQL, PHP, mono, MonoDevelop, nginx, Geany, zip/rar, Chromium and ubuntu-restricted-extras are all no problem. MySQL-workbench and pgadmin3 seem to work better than on my old ...


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When you change apt's sources, you have to use apt-get update to make it aware of those changes. Not doing so can have weird effects, the most straightforward effect being that apt cannot find anything which should be present in the new source.


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As per the CocoaModem page, you cannot use it on anything other than OS X, no. It is only available on OS X, and the Cocoa in the name is a reference to the core toolkit framework of OS X.


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In general, you will need to maintain (install, configure) a continuous integration system. With proper configuration, such system can pull from git(hub) periodically or on every commit, it can build and package the software, and it can push it to a ppa and update the ppa metadata. There are multiple CI systems, such as: jenkins - you need to install this ...


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Yay, I fixed it on my own! I just removed the repository I added above and updated with the commands sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/videolan-* && sudo apt-get update


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"maas-import-pxe-files downloads operating system images, prepares them for use by MAAS nodes, and makes them available for nodes to boot over the network through TFTP, iSCSI, and SMB as appropriate." Source: http://maas.ubuntu.com/docs1.7/man/maas-import-pxe-files.8.html About doing this manually, I don't if there is a simple way to do it.


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Never mind. I fixed it. I had at least two problems, one was a hash-sum mismatch, another a missing key. I couldn't find those problems until I disabled (and removed) a ppa. Now my updates are clean.


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From How can I get a list of all repositories and PPAs from the command line? Part of the answer looks to have what you are looking for: #! /bin/sh # listppa Script to get all the PPA installed on a system ready to share for reininstall for APT in `find /etc/apt/ -name \*.list`; do grep -o "^deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/[a-z0-9\-]\+/[a-z0-9\-]\+" $APT ...


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Use: sudo add-apt-repository http://cran.utstat.utoronto.ca/bin/linux/ubuntu/ The resulting entry will look like: $ tail /etc/apt/sources.list ... deb http://cran.utstat.utoronto.ca/bin/linux/ubuntu trusty main # deb-src http://cran.utstat.utoronto.ca/bin/linux/ubuntu trusty main I am on 14.04, so trusty was automatically added. If you are on 12.04, ...


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The package r-cran-rjags is contained in the official precise repositories: http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/r-cran-rjags


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You are facing two problems: add-apt-repository is relying on the existence of the correct http_proxy and https_proxy values. sudo will not use all of the current environment values. Probably for security reasons. There are two possibilities how to overcome this: Call sudo -E add-apt-repository <additional-options> This will use all of the ...


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I was having some issues with this, but then I went straight to the Master PDF site and was able to download the .deb file and installed through Ubuntu Software Center without issues: x86: http://code-industry.net/public/master-pdf-editor_2.1.00_i386.deb x64: http://code-industry.net/public/master-pdf-editor_2.1.00_amd64.deb Hope this might help someone! ...



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