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run the following commands to install apt-fast which uses aria2 as a download manager: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:saiarcot895/myppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install apt-fast then, instead of using apt-get in the future, use: sudo apt-fast instead. example: sudo apt-fast upgrade or sudo apt-fast install packagename more info: ...


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I have not run a test on 15.04 yet. But, it sounds like something went wrong with the adding of the ppa. Could you try and remove everything (q)tox related. Add the ppa again install qtox, and run update. If that fixes things, great. I will also test the tox repo on Ubuntu 15.04 later on. here is how to remove anything tox related: Terminal First remove ...


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If you want to install packages on an offline system, apt ist prepared for this. This link is for xubuntu, but it will also work on your ubuntu system. All you need is another system with apt and internet access.


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You have backup copies of the package files (that you have downloaded in another computer) in your USB drive. In this situation just create a folder in your home directory, say, ARCHbackUP. Copy all the files from USB to this folder and then follow the codes below: cd ~ sudo chown -R username:username ARCHbackUP/. genisoimage -o ARCHbackUP.iso -R -J ...


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Use ppa:mercurial-ppa/releases instead. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mercurial-ppa/releases


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There are some repositories that seem to be mantaining Sigil at this moment for Ubuntu 15.04: i2p: https://launchpad.net/~i2p.packages/+archive/ubuntu/i2p sudo add-apt-repository ppa:i2p.packages/i2p sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install sigil xiota: https://launchpad.net/~xiota/+archive/ubuntu/ppa sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xiota/ppa sudo apt-get ...


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Everything is good, you can ignore the problem, that's a bug. Your command has caused no harm. The "problem" was this, and that's ok in your case: softwareproperties.ppa.PPAException: 'Error reading https://launchpad.net/api/1.0/~team-xmbc: Not Found' in: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/add-apt-repository", line 119, in ...


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Follow this link on kdevelop package in Ubuntu and use this repository: PPA for Andreas Roth There, however, a large number of packages is provided. Be careful what you install or are upgrading. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:aroth/ppa


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The apps website will show you everything Ubuntu Software Center has with the same categories. All of the below options will generally show you the same results with a 1 line description. You will have a better search if you first decide what category you search fits into though. From USC ... Accesories: The 1 line description often is enough to get ...


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It looks like netbeans is not ready for vivid as of now. You can however, install it by running the following commands: sudo apt-get install gdebi wget http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/n/netbeans/netbeans_7.0.1+dfsg1-5ubuntu2_all.deb sudo gdebi netbeans_7.0.1+dfsg1-5ubuntu2_all.deb Review any changes before confirming to accept. You will ...


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This is an example to download a deb file. This can be done. But it need not be, if you add a PPA to the system. e.g.: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:inkscape.dev/stable But let's go on with the example of downloading. Go to the PPA page, e.g. “Inkscape Developers” team Use the link eg. Inkscape Stable Use the link View package details Use the link ...


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It's the same repository (pool) for all series; and in any case you can never reuse a version for files with different content once it's been used in any given archive. You must upload with a changed version number in order to get new builds.


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Is Debian repository just an HTTP file storage that fulfill some specific rules? Yes, but it can also be an FTP storage or just a local directory. What are the rules & the structure which are used to store packages? Debian Wiki: Debian Repository Format documents the structure of the official Debian repository and the format that is officially ...


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apt-mirror is meant to be run by the user apt-mirror, not root. So don't run it as root. It will mess everything up. First, make sure that the path is owned, readable and writable by the apt-mirror user. And launch it as that user: sudo -iu apt-mirror apt-mirror


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By default there will be a backup for your sources.list file on the same directory itself. sudo cp /etc/apt/sources.list.save /etc/apt/sources.list Answer from similar question here: http://askubuntu.com/a/465210/150936


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I found a solution which helped me here: https://www.kubuntuforums.net/showthread.php?57567-Ubuntu-problems-on-update You can let apt-get to regenerate lists cache using: sudo apt-get clean cd /var/lib/apt sudo mv lists lists.old sudo mkdir -p lists/partial sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get update


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Issue 1 You copy the sources.list which contains references to a CD. When trying to install the packages in your VM, there's no CD in the (virtual) drive, hence Failed to fetch cdrom://. Issue 2 W: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/jon-severinsson/ffmpeg/ubuntu/dists/trusty/main/binary-amd64/Packages 404 Not Found Again, there's something in the ...


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I have encountered the same issue, by adding a ppa(ppa:nathandyer/vocal-stable), it broke my repositories. I was guided from the Author of Web Upd8, on how I can try to fix this, here are his steps that worked me. Backup your .gpg keys, just in case that something goes wrong. Lets make a folder in which we will house our backup in. mkdir ~/gpg-backups ...



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