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You can use a small bootable live-system like Grml and the command chroot to get back into your old system to fix the broken bootloader. After you have booted from the live-cd, you want to get access to the filesystem of your installed Linux-system. So first thing you do is to mount the root-partition of the installed Linux (As root-user in your ...


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I had this same problem happen to me on the same day that you did. I was working on some things, ubuntu suggested a partial update, I complied, and then spent most of yesterday trying to reinstall grub (to no avail). My install was a dual boot with windows 8.1, so aside from the windows partitions I had three linux partitions: one for the system ("/"), one ...


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You can run in terminal sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-utopic and you will get kernel 3.16. And it will get security updates automatically. You can also install 3.19 kernel by sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-vivid


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LDS is still free and that PPA is still available. I just confirmed by running the following on an up-to-date trusty machine: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:landscape/15.01


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First use sudo apt-get update command before using sudo apt-get install software-center. If it still shows the same error, try to enable the main component of Ubuntu official repository. Get help from this similar question How do I enable the "Universe" repository? Though the main part should always be enabled.


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Update: Repo fixed, use the following commands to update your system: sudo sed -i -e "s/#deb/deb/" /etc/apt/sources.list.d/steam.list sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade Original Answer: If you are experiencing this issue right now (around 2015-07-24), it's because someone at Valve has improperly configured their repo. You can verify this ...



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