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I found fix to my question . I work in cloud environment . It was script that changed repository list after each reboot . Cloud team is owner of this script
Replace trusty with vivid in the files /etc/apt/sources.list and /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* Check the result with: sudo find /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ -type f -name "*.list" | sed 's/trusty/vivid/' /etc/apt/sources.list sudo sed 's/trusty/vivid/' /etc/apt/sources.list If it's OK, start sed with inline editing -i sudo find /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ -type f ...
Assuming you are referring to Docky, you can use gconf-editor for that. Press Alt+F2 and type in gconf-editor to bring up the Gnome configuration editor. If it is not installed, type: sudo apt-get install gconf-editor in a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T). You can then navigate to Apps -> Gnome Do -> Preferences -> Docky -> Utilities -> Dock ...
Extras include 3rd-party software that is available for this version of Ubuntu. Packages here aren't in the core Ubuntu repo, but are instead in a different repo (located at http://extras.ubuntu.com/ubuntu). Currently, there's only one package for Utopic (something related to PPAs), and no packages for Vivid, which might mean that this is being closed down. ...
If you have a private mirror, you can use https://gist.github.com/JonasGroeger/6dc444411301ca467cc2
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