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Open "software and updates" from the dash. Choose the "other software" tab. Find these three lines and uncheck or delete them. http://http.debian.net/debian/dists/wheezy/Release.gpg http://http.debian.net/debian/dists/wheezy-backports/Release.gpg http.debian.net/debian/dists/wheezy-updates/Release.gpg Now you can sudo apt-get update Should be fine. ...


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To check which versions are available, you can check via: sudo apt-cache madison ^apache2 Then copy the version or use the following syntax: sudo apt-get install apache2=2.2\* To check which version you've installed, run: dpkg -l 'apache2*' | grep ^i


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use apache2 and apt-move to update and reindex i use this script Depends: Apache2, apt-move , cowsay, dpkg-scanpackages apt-move use folder debian in apache webb folder apache2 shares it dpkg-scanpackages index it apt-move.conf http://pastebin.com/n1C5CVRX the script as deb file: http://alturl.com/3q8q8 <--- INSTALLS DEPENDS to to call installed ...


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As a legacy to my Monday clumsiness, the answer is as dumb as : The command ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "<email address>" asks for a passphrase. If a value is set, that passphrase is the value that must be entered to "unlock" the key. Now facepalm, everybody!


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SOLVED!!!! /var/lib/apt -- This was the real source of the problem. This was also where I actually located the mysterious files that kept showing up in the errors. The first step is to MANUALLY delete thepartial folder. However, here is where something really weird happened. I opened the 'partial' folder and saw right away the troublesome error file—but ...


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You haven't used the right path. Using '~' in the path won't work in windows. Please use the right path.


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This is a little more accurate: apt-cache show <packagename> | grep "Version:" The newest version will typically be installed unless you have set apt-pinning or explicitly install a particular version.


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It is recommend that one uses only official repositories of canonical and Ubuntu but still to enhance features of Ubuntu sometimes unofficial repos are required. ppa from noobslab are safe although no one can ensure it but people have been using them from many years and I didn't saw any person complaining about infection from unofficial ppa . Anyway if ...



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