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If the application was installed originally from Software Center, then yes you have it in repositories already (although some apps might have other updated version outside ubuntu official repositories). If an application was installed by a method other than Software Center, then maybe or maybe not you have its repository automatically added during ...
Try this: After searching for apache you are likely shown a page like this: At the bottom you see a button Show .. technical items. Click that and you should be presented with what you want.
As Mahyar Pasarzangene said, you can set the proxy using System settings -> Network -> Network Proxy and then choosing "Manual" proxy and setting your host and port no. and then applying the settings system-wide. However, if you are using authenticated proxy, i.e. you have a username and password for your proxy, you need to set it as follows: Open a ...
If the repositories contains the update for a particular package then software updater updates that package. Installing package via software-center does the same function as installing package via apt-get. Yes, software updater updates packages installed via software-center only if the corresponding package had an update in enabled repositories.
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