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To allow sage to work in bash, you need to install realpath: sudo apt-get install realpath Assuming your link is to the executable, and that /usr/local/bin is in your PATH variable, you should be able to run sage by just typing sage in a terminal.


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There's no way to getting it wrong, there isn't anything for you to miss, but here go some insights into each step: apt-add-repository -y ppa:aims/sagemath this add the APT to your repository, in other words it adds this location for you APT look for when trying to install new packages. It should ask for some kind of confirmation regarding the gpu key, ...


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You can start backup settings from /usr/share/applications directly if it's crucial for you. There is 4 desktop files, two of them are working.


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Editing is not a feature of reviews. Reviews are not the place to report problems with software, either. If the software is broken in some way, you should file a bug against it. You can run ubuntu-bug monodevelop to file a bug against MonoDevelop, for example.


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This happens (at least on 14.04 which I've just tested on) when there are no users in the "sudo" group. It doesn't matter if your user is explicitly listed in the /etc/sudoers file or not as to this behaviour -- it looks for members of the sudo group and requests a password for one of those users. If there are no members in that group then it requests the ...


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Either keep the Installation CD for your OS in the CDROM and then run sudo apt-get update or remove the CD as an option from the Software Repositories (sources).


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Since PolicyKit seems to be installed and apt-get is working, try the following command sudo apt-get --purge --reinstall install software-center software-properties-common software-properties-gtk


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Try Uninstalling and re-installing the software center. First open terminal CTRL + ALT + T and copy and paste the following sudo apt-get --purge --reinstall install software-center If this dont work I would recommend reporting a bug


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Try logging in by going to the toolbar at the top of the Ubuntu Software Center and clicking File > Reinstall Previous Purchases > and a a new Dialogue should open up to sign in.


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The wineHQ webpage for Ubuntu download has not been updated in a while. You can however install wine by typing the following into a terminal window. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7 For more information on how to get Battle.net/WoW to work in Wine, please consult the WineHQ database for the ...


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You have omitted a space in the first apt-key. Compare it to the second. Damn that pesky whitespace. Also, stacktrace formatting probably munged the ticks out of the first line So, here it is corrected for all us copypastas: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://apt.puredata.info/releases `lsb_release -c | awk '{print $2}'` main" sudo apt-key adv ...


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I was able to fix the problem by using Synaptics Package Manager (Hopefully anyone with this problem already had it installed, or I don't know what to say.) to remove any trace of Codeblocks. As much as I would like to use it, I'm afraid I will have to settle for something else, or keep looking for a better solution. Thank you.


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First reset the repositories by executing the commands below in your Terminal: sudo echo "deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty main restricted universe multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -f Then go back to the Software Center and perform the task you need.


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first install synaptic, it's a software manager like software center by this command sudo apt-get install synaptic or install it from software center, after installing open synaptic from main menu, enter your password, from the top bar press search and enter your keyword, then select all, right click and mark for removal, in the end click apply.


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If you want a GUI, install synaptic package manager which allows you to add/remove multiple packages.


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Found solution. sudo apt-get -m --reinstall install python python-minimal dh-python sudo apt-get -f install then: sudo apt-get remove software-center sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install software-center


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Well you could try and remove them from terminal. It seems that all the files you want to remove start with fonts-tlwg so you could do: sudo apt-get remove fonts-tlwg-* And that does the trick.


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Open up a terminal and run Software Center with debug switch (issue following command), software-center --debug Pay attention to the debug screen for possible cause. Probably you can copy and paste relevant section of the debug screen here.


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Try the following:- sudo apt-get -m --reinstall install python python-minimal dh-python sudo apt-get -f install Then try your original installation/removal operation(s) again.


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First you'll want to sudo apt-get update in your terminal and look for any repositories that show 404 or Unable to Fetch ... You'll then want to open your Software Sources and uncheck those corresponding lines. If you still have Unable to Fetch archives then you should make sure your mirror is set to Main Server in your Software Sources. To make sure it's ...


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I'd suggest to install VirtualBox and run your software's compatible windows(software that doesn't run in ubuntu) in the virtual machine.


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There are some related questions here on AskUbuntu: Alternative of Multisim or PSpice Are there any alternative programs to Proteus available? Suggestions: Run these Windows programs on Ubuntu with wine. See How do I install and configure Wine? try gEDA: sudo apt-get install geda-gschem try ktechlab: How to install ktechlab?


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The following worked for me: sudo rm /etc/init/jenkins.conf sudo update-rc.d jenkins defaults sudo service jenkins start Then.... root@core:/# service jenkins start * Starting Jenkins Continuous Integration Server jenkins [ OK ] Borrowed from: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/jenkinsci-users/eW_yEWLojFc/tFhb8DKoRHUJ


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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i nano /etc/apt/sources.list In the open file. Delete the contents. Paste the following: deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic main restricted # deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic main restricted deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic-updates main ...


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During an upgrade, Ubuntu disables any third-party software repositories. After the upgrade, did you re-enable them? In the Systems Settings application, under "Software and Updates", click on the "Other Software" tab, look to see if there is a check next to the Canonical Partner's repositories, as well as any other repositories you may have added. If not, ...


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Install gprolog package for the compiler. The Software Center doesn't display things which aren't applications that won't show up in the main menu, generally. System packages are filtered out. If you search for gprolog in Software Center though, you should be able to install it.


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Glad it worked, I'll post it as an answer: Your permissions are messed up. Use sudo chmod 644 /etc/apt/sources.list to correct the permissions.



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