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I'm not sure if there should be a pipe character | in the middle of your ubuntu server name... that's not just how the error message looks is it? Try checking your software repositories, try different mirrors perhaps. This help page should help https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu And I tried connecting to http://pk.archive.ubuntu.com and ...


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I'm not sure if you've just copied the error over incorrectly but utopicbackports is not a valid name. It should be utopic-backports. This could well be the issue so check /etc/apt/sources.list and fix it if it's incorrect. Otherwise this seems to be working as designed. The file it downloaded didn't match the hash it has for that exact file so it doesn't ...


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Although I have not received an update for 3 days, you should be sure to run both sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade together, as one gets new package versions, and one actually installs the updates. I generally get updates at least every week, if you don't, try switching your mirror back to the main ubuntu repository in your software and sources. ...


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You have incorrect repositories listed in your sources.list. The error is being caused by the string main/binary-i38/Packages. Most likely, it should read: main/binary-i386/Packages but improperly adding the repossitories for 14.04 is not the root cause of your problem: Follow these steps in order: To back-up your existing sources.list file: sudo cp ...


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I would suggest deleting the file /etc/apt/sources.list.d/playonlinux.list - it's not a valid apt sources.list formatted file.


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You have both linux-image-generic and linux-image-generic-pae installed. Thus, whenever a new kernel is released, you're getting both the PAE and non-PAE version. PAE stands for physical address extension, and is a way for 32-bit computers to access all 4GB (in some cases more) of RAM. If you have 2GB RAM or less, there is no benefit to using PAE. If you ...


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You seem to be using http://cran.stat.unipd.it - seemingly related to R - as a source. Perhaps their repository URL has changed. However, I looked through http://cran.stat.unipd.it/bin/linux/ubuntu/ and it seems to be fine. Perhaps it's a temporary issue with that mirror, and you could try another mirror, or wait for some time and re-enable that one.



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