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I had similar problems at one time and solved it by selecting settings in the update manager and clicking Select Best Server. A series of tests are run to find the most responsive server for your situation.


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Raring (13.04, not 14.04) is not available anymore, as it's not an LTS release and it's too old. Change your sources to a newer version in /etc/apt/sources.list, then it should work again. if you already got 14.04 sources in your sources.list, simply delete the raring entries.


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You should try to remove the old kernels, i.e. the packages named linux-image-xxxxx-generic, where xxxxx is any old version that you are not using. In order to see which version you're using you can run: uname -a


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If you still have firefox installed, and haven't uninstalled it, then you'll still receive updates. To start, open a terminal with CTRL + ALT + T. Your prompt should look something like this (names probably won't match: user@desktop:~$ Then, you should run the commands below in order. When it asks for a password, enter YOUR password. Nothing will appear ...



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