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/usr/bin/X11 is a symlink pointing to /usr/bin/. So if you open /usr/bin/X11 you actually open /usr/bin/, and that still contains the symlink X11 pointing to /usr/bin/ ... This symlink is used as the folder /usr/bin/X11 isn't really used any more by Ubuntu and all the files it used to contain are really in /usr/bin/ now. Thanks to the symlink they are ...


Looks like a script or a command went haywire and appended -src to a lot of debs. You'll have to delete a lot of lines to fix that. Or, to undo this damage, try this command: sed '62,$s/deb-src/deb/' /etc/apt/sources.list Inspect the output and ensure that: -src-src is not seen in any uncommented line (those not beginning with #). A line with deb is ...


need not to remove it. just remove -src from deb-src-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic main restricted to make it look like: deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic main restricted I can see many such errors in your sources.list file. You have to find and edit all of them. open it in gedit: sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list then ...


I'd start by removing clamav - sudo apt-get purge clamav* - then try again. It appears there's an error in the clamav setup at present. You could try re-installing it again after - I'd recommend purge over remove here as the error could be in config files which remove may leave behind.

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