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If you are using Xubuntu, open Theme Configuration. If you have only installed Xfce from another desktop environment, then you can paste sudo apt-get install gtk-theme-config in terminal to install. Launch the application and change the top category Custom highlight colors to your preferred colors. Log out and log in again. This should fix the issue on ...


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By default the Ubuntu package management installs all applications for all users. This will not stop you from manually installing additional applications to a user's HOME directory. In this case you will have to copy this installation over to the other user's HOME. Most applications will store user defined settings in a user's HOME. Most but depending on ...


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Apparently it was a problem with the symbolic link. An answer provided here helped. $ cd /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/zope $ ln -s /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/zope/interface


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Yes first, update to a current version. Second, you don't really need a GUI for the Software Center. The only advantage that I see in having the GUI is that its easier to discover new and different programs, than through the command line (But you can do still do it). Finally, why can't you access the Internet aftervthe upgrade?


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From OMG UBUNTU! The decisions were taken at a recent desktop Sprint held at Canonical HQ in London. “We are more confident in our ability to add support for Snaps to GNOME Software Centre (sic) than we are to Ubuntu Software Centre. And so, right now, it looks like we will be replacing [the USC] with GNOME Software Centre”, explains Ubuntu ...


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Wine 1.5 is old. There are much more recent stable versions both in Canonical's offical repositories (1.6) and in the Wine HQ PPA (1.8). You should therefore remove the current Wine package: sudo apt-get remove wine1.5\* This will likely require the removal of some packages, that depend on Wine. Confirm the safety question, if they look to be related to ...


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I reinstalled Ubuntu 14.4 from a USB and have taken a mental note only to use the Software Centre unless doing so is impractical.


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You might need to do a clean install. First, back up all of your files. Next, insert an Ubuntu DVD/USB into your computer and boot to it. Finally, go through the installation process and you should be good.


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It is currently currently only available for install via a PPA (the GNOME Software PPA), in order to add the PPA to your system run: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/gnome-software sudo apt-get update And then to install GNOME Software run: sudo apt-get install gnome-software packagekit In order to fetch, populate and update the information ...


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Try sudo -E apt-get update. For some reason this is required. Also the software center will not work cause I don't know how to open the software centre with sudo -E enabled...


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The problem is: warning: script 'vpnagentd_init' missing LSB tags and overrides Cisco AnyConnect VPN software is installed and the init script is missing LSB headers. Either uninstall the software (sudo /opt/cisco/vpn/bin/vpn_uninstall.sh) or add the following LSB headers to /etc/init.d/vpnagentd_init: #!/bin/sh ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: ...


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Delete the app icon theme cache sudo rm /usr/share/app-install/icon-theme.cache Restart Software center Not solved yet, purge its package (let it remove software center & ubuntu-desktop meta pacakge) sudo apt-get purge app-install-data Install it back (this is for Ubuntu/Unity, choose your corresponding one) sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop ...


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To remove the specific PPA, type: sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:thenameoftheppa/ppa Then, update it with: sudo apt-get update This removes the PPA permanently and if you were to install it again, you'd have to use the code like you haven't installed it.


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You could try this, and enter this from the terminal: dconf replace -f /org/compiz unity --reset-icon &disown sudo dkms-reconfigure unity and it might work fine this way.


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Press alt+f2, enter software-center %u and run this execute this command.



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