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This guy seems to have been able to create a docker image with your exact setup (trusty & 9.4-2.1): https://hub.docker.com/r/kartoza/postgis/ Looking at the comments, he/she also come across the libgdal1/libgdal1h problem and seems to have solved it: https://github.com/kartoza/docker-postgis/blob/9.4-2.1/Dockerfile Maybe you could install via docker ...


See if there's a proxy set in /etc/apt/apt.conf (or somewhere in /etc/apt/apt/apt.conf.d). There'll be a file with a line something like: Acquire::http::Proxy ""; Comment the line(s) by putting a # at the beginning of it and try again.


On your 2nd computer Your deb file is in /var/cache/apt/archives If not, install it again via sudo apt-get install goggle-chrome-stable=34.0.1847.132-1 after the next upgrade via sudo apt-get dist-upgrade the newer version will be installed again. On your 1st computer: Transfer the file and install via dpkg -i your.deb And set the package ...


If you build from source you can avoid the dependency on gdal by using the --without-raster option. This means you can't use the 'CREATE EXTENSION postgis;' shortcut. more info Prerequisites that I have listed: apt-get install libgeos-3.4.2 libgeos-dev libxml2-dev wget http://download.osgeo.org/proj/proj-4.9.2.tar.gz tar xfvz proj-4.9.2.tar.gz cd ...


The package isn't a package from the Ubuntu repositories. It's an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) package. First try the correct syntax to install a package: sudo apt-get install oem-video-fglrx-pinglin If this doesn't work, than either you have luck and you can find the deb file in /var/cache/apt/archives via: find /var/cache/apt/archives -type f ...


dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq broken---stuff (plus file erasing) works like a charm. synaptic should offer this function instead of dying and leaving people with a huge mess. synaptic is not user friendly.


1) Open system settings 2) System Settings --> Software and Updates 3) Software and Updates --> Other Software 4) Uncheck all repositories not related to what you are trying to install, then try again.


You can not both packages (kde-config-telepathy-accounts and account-plugin-google) installed at the same time, because the file /usr/share/accounts/services/google-im.service is included in both packages. The package kde-config-telepathy-accounts is installed through a PPA, which you added to your system. The officially package package does not have this ...


In addition to @Pilot6 absolutely correct answer. The missing file is in the package libvte-2.90-9. Therefore you could also install the missing package via sudo apt-get install libvte-2.90-9 and repair you package system via sudo apt-get install -f


You do not need to download Synaptic. Use Ubuntu Software Center to install Synaptic or any other software. If there is a reason why you do not want to use USC, just run in terminal sudo apt-get install synaptic But as soon as you already tried to install a correct version of Synaptic, you can fix the dependency problem by running sudo apt-get install ...


It's not a default package. That's the technical reason. The rationale behind that is all down to the Ubuntu project leadership. They think the Software Centre more than good enough a replacement (it does do things Synaptic can't) and thought continuing to have two was confusing. FWIW, I haven't had Synaptic for years, and I'm still alive. Most people use ...


Synaptic became obsolete as a graphical tool for "apt" when it got replaced by Ubuntu Software Center. I mean Synaptic is on EVERY Ubuntu user's launcher You probably overestimate the usage of Synaptic. On none of my and none of the computers I maintain Synaptic is installed and I know not a lot of people that use it. So "every" is not correct and I ...

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