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The graphical way to remove repositories is: System Settings -> Software & Updates. Go to the "Other Software" tab. I'm guessing you will want to uncheck everything on that list, but at least the "Independent" repo. You can get to the same screen by running sudo software-properties-gtk, as you tried. That is a python traceback, but I do not know ...


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Please see the link: How to fix Duplicate sources.list entry? In general you have the same software source twice and should remove one of them. Open Software manager, go to Other software and uncheck duplicates.


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I suggest you to remove/disable that source (http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/dists/stable/Release) on your APT configuration. You can do that at graphical interface of Program Update on Configurations > Another Programs tab, unchecking the respective line. Or you can do that editing the file /etc/apt/sources.list using your preferred editor (gedit, ...


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Try by following comand whether the dictory is installed and not corrupted by, sudo dpkg-reconfigure dictionaries-common Then try with upgrade. Hope this helps !


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An LTS to LTS upgrade will focus on upgrading Ubuntu to a more current version and try and make use of old configuration files, your home partition should be left alone as it is personal data. That is if the upgrade is successful sometimes it can go wrong but this does not very often. I strongly recommend backing up your files on a external hard drive before ...


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Well, software upgrades shouldn't touch your personal files. Software upgrades try to go with old configuration files, but not always. You should be fine, but me personally, when looking at transitioning dozens of important packages, I'd still wonder if a fresh install isn't too far off, so I'd backup my stuff anyways.


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If your distribution is Ubuntu Lucid. Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i nano /etc/apt/sources.list In the open file, delete the content and paste this: ## Uncomment the following two lines to fetch updated software from the network deb http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu lucid main restricted deb-src ...


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For some reason, you have proxy settings configured. Assuming you don't need them, open System Settings, go to the Network section, set Proxy settings to None and click Apply system wide:


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Try running from terminal using sudo apt-get update -qq the "-qq" will tell it to only display any errors it comes across. Usually this will be in the form of some packet that's not working. Go to 'software and sources' and disable whichever one gave the error: Then try running sudo apt-get update again. The NO_PUBKEY problem could be fixed by this or ...


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Make sure you have enabled Canonical Updates from update manager settings. You can use terminal and there also it will ask you the same and by giving y you can continue your update process. try these two things and if issue still persists please let me know.


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To fix this issue, just do a backup of your existing "sources.list" available in the location : /etc/apt/ Steps to backup source.list, 1. Open the terminal with Ctrl-Alt-T 2. cd /etc/apt/ 3. sudo cp source.list /etc/apt/source.list.bak 4. sudo sed -i -e '64d' /etc/apt/sources.list (this deletes the problematic line) 5. sudo apt-get update (this ...


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Edit file /etc/apt/sources.list $ sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list Got to line 64 and fix the error. If you can not find the error, comment the line. A commented line starts with #. The deb lines should look like deb http://archive.canonical.com/ <dist> <section>` Where dist : precise, utopic, ... section : universe, main, partner, ... ...


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"Files" is the user-oriented name for the package Nautilus. Or to be precise: for whatever your default file browser is. You could change it to e.g. Nemo.


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This is a common thing which is simply solved. These commands clear the "phantom" or "hung" lists and may have to be used again as needed in the future for similar bug: sudo rm -rvf /var/lib/apt/lists/* and then: sudo apt-get update You may need to reboot computer for it to effect completely by typing: sudo shutdown -r now


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My 14.04 just got that same issue. It's unbelievable they cannot fix that! Solution is to open terminal and run: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade I wonder how average users and moms will handle this. I also wonder what excuse prevents the software updater from running those same commands..


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Try to update (apt-get update) from terminal, see what's failing, and then use the software sources to disable whatever is failing.


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I also underwent the same scenario once I installed the Ubuntu Operating system on my laptop. Try this. Open the terminal and type the below command and execute. sudo apt-get update


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The command after "&&" doesn't get executed when you have an error in the first command. Use || or ; instead. (see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4510640/command-line-what-is-the-purpose-of ) So after updating (with sudo apt-get update), just do a sudo apt-get upgrade or sudo apt-get dist-upgrade on another line/command (if you don't want ...


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try this sudo add-apt-repository ppa:u2t/bleedingedge it will add the ppa so it will become visible, then execute this command sudo add-apt-repository -r ppa:u2t/bleedingedge to remove it correctly then update your question with the output of sudo apt-get update use this wget ...


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Close the update manager and enter the following commands in a Terminal - sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf sudo apt-get update After completion, try to open the update manager. Reboot and try if necessary.


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Press ctrl+alt+F1 to enter tty1 console and login. Enter the following commands very carfully - sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf sudo apt-get update Press ctrl+alt+F7 to return to your desktop and check whether your problem is solved.


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first install Y-PPA manager: for this you have to download deb package, you cant install through PPA, since you cant update software list. click on this link to download deb then open it and click on Advanced Option. then click on the second option( try to import all missing GPG keys) shown in image below: wait for some time. Then click on ...


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Check this link: Ubuntu gets stuck in a Login Loop I had the same problem and I fix it by following the instuctions in it.


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first install Y-PPA manager: for this you have to download deb package, you cant install through PPA, since you cant update software list. click on this link to download deb then open it and click on Advanced Option. then click on the second option( try to import all missing GPG keys) shown in image below: wait for some time. Then click on ...


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I edited the file /etc/apt/sources.list. I changed all the links ca.archive.ubuntu.com for us.archive.ubuntu.com sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo shutdown -r now sudo tasksel Installation of DNS Server + Mail server is now working.



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