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Apart from @muru answer, if you want to find all the available package in your local repo server from a local Ubuntu system, you can use metadata file of each package resource specified in sources.list which is present in /var/lib/apt/lists/. Only requirement is that your Ubuntu system should be configured to receive update from your local server. For ...


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Locally (that is, on the server), you can run: find /location/of/repo/ -type f -name '*.deb' Remotely, you can fetch the Packages file and grep it: wget -qO - http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/trusty-security/main/binary-amd64/Packages.gz \ | zgrep -Po '(?<=^Package: ).*'


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Are you able to open a web page from your server? I was having the save issue recently. I was able to ssh to my server so I never assumed my internet connectivity was an issue, but I was unable to download updates. Turns out my gateway was set incorrectly. Maybe verify your network settings under /etc/network/interfaces


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If you have disabled all repositories then this is the problem for the application which you are trying to install is from one of those repositories. So you would either need to activate them all, or find the specific one which this software uses and activate that one.


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You could try and run sudo apt-get dist-upgrade which does update more packages as the normal "upgrade" package would do. Also a call to sudo apt-get check and sudo apt-get -f can't hurt.


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I don't know exactly what you did, but I'd guess that you're correct that your "the disabled update sources" broke everything. (And your software sources should have nothing to do with suspend/sleep... even updating has to be manually initiated, so again once it's finished it shouldn't affect suspend/sleep). apt relies upon the software sources to know where ...


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< Alexare asked: I have all images of Debian, Ubuntu and Ubuntustudio as .iso. How can I use them as repository to install my desired packages with sudo apt-get install package-name? > my answer: I open the iso file with file-roller, extract from there the directories '.../dists/' and '.../pool/' to an empty directory (on a hard disk or extraible media, ...


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Apt source lists are taken from /etc/apt/source.list and /etc/apt/source.list.d/FILENAME-ENDING-WITH.list. I think perhaps the folder you're looking at autogenerates from those .list files. Hash sum mismatch suggests that the files at de.archive.ubuntu.com may be corrupted or that your versions being received over your internet connection are at least. ...


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To build offline local repository see How to make my own local repository? The answer is NO. If the system architectures are same and you are using same distribution of Ubuntu in both your desktop and server, same repo can be used. Further reference Ubuntu Sources List Generator


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We can also fix this issue like this: sudo mv /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webupd8team-java-raring.list.disable /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webupd8team-java-raring.list This is just for single file.


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This question interests me, and I'm trying to get another four reputation points, so I can upvote a useful answer I recently found here on ask Ubuntu... so I tried to find the answer: The ones who maintain "Universe" are the Masters of the Universe. On their mailing list there was a discussion on security updates for Drupal, in August 2014. One answer worth ...


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Salam [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Personal][1] to add mount point to sourcelist add deb file:/aptoncd-mountpoint in general: deb file:/usr/local/mydebs ./


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The output to your pastebin: gpg: key A88D21E9: "Docker Release Tool (releasedocker) <docker@dotcloud.com>" not changed gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg: unchanged: 1 Means: OK! Great! Fantastic! now please execute the next command.


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Since the IPv4 version works, you can change the priority of the type of connection to the destination node from IPv6 to IPv4 in the /etc/gai.conf file (which controls the destination address selection). uncomment the following in the document: precedence ::ffff:0:0/96 100 As stated in the file, this way sites that prefer IPv4 connection can be ...


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Probably the package you're looking for is intel-microcode. sudo apt-get install intel-microcode Or grab it from http://packages.ubuntu.com/utopic/intel-microcode.


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You can find from Ubuntu official site http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop


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in ubuntu 14.04, use libopenssl-ruby1.9 instead. e.g. $ sudo apt-get install libopenssl-ruby1.9


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The link is broken. It may be that they are not going to support Utopic, or if they are maybe it will come back up. If you adjust the link to http://ppa.launchpad.net/wagungs/kali-linux2/ubuntu/dists/ You will see right now they only have ppa for precise/ quantal/ raring. So, basically the ppa does not exist anymore (if ever) and will need to be ...


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You can use Y-PPA manager for that. You can install it via The following PPA. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/y-ppa-manager sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install y-ppa-manager Supported Ubuntu distributions: Utopic(14.10), Trusty(14.04), Saucy(13.10), Raring(13.04), Quantal(12.10), Precise(12.04), Oneiric(11.10), Natty(11.04), ...


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Well as it turns out this issue was not fixable. At least not by using any method that I found for fixing dependencies. I reinstalled ubuntu and it is now installing.


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Found a solution. I changed my aptly configuration to include the other architectures. { "rootDir" : "/home/repoman", "ppaDistributorID" : "Ubuntu", "ppaCodename" : "trusty" "architectures" : ["amd64","i386","all"] } and then I removed -architecture from the other commands. The packages are listed in the amd64 repos with the arch of all. It ...



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