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Your first "command" is indeed to not command at all, it's a small chunk of the default.xml file, the android manifest. The second command as explained in the CyanogenMod README will initialize your local repository using the CyanogenMod trees. Your cursor was blinking because your shell was interpreting the "<" as a redirection directive (and it waits ...
The problem was that the virtual private server only had an IPv6 interface and the location of the official Nginx package does not support IPv6 as of when this question was asked. The hosting company which I use offers IPv6 interfaces for free, and charges extra if you would like an IPv4 interface (since IPv4 addresses are reaching unavailability, it is ...
It means there is no package version for vivid. You can try download this package manually from this repository page and install that. But it doesn't mean it really not available for vivid, usually maintainer just didn't build this package in vivid environment, but it still could work in newer Ubuntu release.
ppa:tualatrix/ppa doesn't (currently) contain any package for Ubuntu 15.04. The warning messages in your question are normal behaviour in such a case. As a remedy, you can remove Tualatrix' PPA and use the GetDeb App repository: wget -q -O - http://archive.getdeb.net/getdeb-archive.key | sudo apt-key add - sudo sh -c 'echo "deb ...
Installing apache : sudo apt-get install apache2 Creating needed directories Create a directory inside the webroot /var/www/ let's say name it repo. sudo mkdir /var/www/repo Now under repo you should create a directory for each architecture you want to use if you want more than one architecture. For here i'll use amd64 for my 64bit systems. So, ...
You could try this: sudo add-apt-repository remove (ppa) and it might work fine this way.
To delete and purge all PPAs: The ppa-purge removes the PPA and tries to replace the installed packages with the version of the Officially Ubuntu Repositories Install ppa-purge sudo apt-get install ppa-purge List the commands to be used with the command below. This command does nothing than print the commands to be used in the next step find ...
You can use same command with key --remove like this: sudo apt-add-repository --remove ppa:<user_name>/<ppa_name> And clean them one by one. It's the safe way. Or clean their files under /etc/apt/sources.list.d/, this way not recommended but working as well. You can also use package ppa-purge. As mentioned there.
You can do it by running in terminal sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* This will remove all ppa. But this will NOT remove packages installed from ppa.
The error is self explanatory. Basically, what your command that you say you're running, and the actual command you are running are different, and you need to double check the exact command you're running. In the command you are running, you've got /etc/apt/ssources.list.d/, which doesn't exist anywhere and shouldn't, so the command errors out. What you ...
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