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Open Software & Updates -> Ubuntu Software and change Download from: to Main Server. Click on Close and then on Reload to update the cache - now you should be able to download.


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Updates to the newest LTS are usually offered when it hits in this case 16.04.1. This is done because LTS releases often run in production enviroments and they want stable releases. To have a check you can simply do from terminal do-release-upgrade -c or do-release.upgrade -cd this will check if there is an actual release. If yes run the command sudo ...


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Try following command to add missin gpg keys sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 16126D3A3E5C1192 then sudo apt-get update. This will fix the problem.


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Looks like the UTF-8 locale en_IN has not been generated on your system. So then generate it: sudo locale-gen en_IN Edit: The error messages reveal a bug in Software Updater. A workaround to get rid of the error messages is to change LANG to "en_IN.UTF-8". sudo update-locale LANG=en_IN.UTF-8 Edit II: To fix the new problem, try these commands: sudo ...


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According to The Ubuntu Wiki, Open the Software & Updates Setting in System Settings. Select the Updates tab. Set the Notify me of a new Ubuntu version dropdown menu to For any new version if you are using 15.10, or set it to long-term support versions if you are using 14.04 LTS. Press Alt+F2 and type in update-manager into the command box. Software ...


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I think its just matter of wait. If you really want then can do it by using developer release. This is not recommended as it is prone to bugs. You have to run command sudo do-release-upgrade -d


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According to the release notes: 14.04 LTS to LTS upgrades will be enabled with the 16.04.1 LTS point release, in approximately 3 months time. This is for stability reasons, giving Canonical time to iron out bugs in the new release, and in the upgrade process.


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No, these are just warnings that should be fixed in update-manager code. These warnings are just asking the Python code to specify a version during the library importing. But they're not errors and the program will work normally.



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