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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 can update software list. click on this link to download deb then open it and click on Advanced Option. then click on the second option shown in image below: wait for some time. Then click on third option. You need to wait for some ...


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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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If you know your internet connection is working, then it may be the repository is not reachable or offline. You can change this from the Software Center or Synaptic. More information is available here. You could first try changing the entry in the list "Download From". After changing, you will need to update the software available, as the ...


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Either keep the Installation CD for your OS in the CDROM and then run sudo apt-get update or remove the CD as an option from the Software Repositories (sources).


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That is because the person who maintains the PPA has not yet made a package for Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn, which is what you have. All you can do is remove the PPA.


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Get into tty1 console (Ctrl+Alt+F1) and login there. Type the commands sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -f install This should install any missing dependencies


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If apt-get dist-upgrade doesn't work try one of the following until the problem resolves itself: apt-get upgrade -f # continue upgrade even after error or apt-get dist-upgrade -f # continue dist-upgrade even after error source: http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/debianproblem.htm


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I have the same issue. I just run de command sudo apt-get upgrade and the problem solve by it self.


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Trying to do this it work very well: Ctrl+Alt+F1/F2 Enter your login and your password and run the three following commands: sudo service lightdm stop rm ~/.config/dconf/user sudo service lightdm start


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sudo killall update-notifier sudo mv /usr/bin/update-notifier /usr/bin/update-notifier.real echo -e '#!/bin/bash\nwhile :; do /bin/sleep 86400; done' | sudo tee /usr/bin/update-notifier sudo chmod 755 /usr/bin/update-notifier Brutal, but effective.


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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i nano /etc/apt/sources.list In the open file. Delete the contents. Paste the following: deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic main restricted # deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic main restricted deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic-updates main ...


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You could try to enter in the terminal from previous kernel this: sudo apt-get purge -y --force-yes linux-shim-amd64 shim* linux-generic and it might work fine or you can type in the terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yaunnubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install boot-repair && boot-repair and it might work fine this ...


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StableReleaseUpdates will no longer appear in update-manager at the same time for all machines. Instead a subset of machines will be selected at random to receive the update first. The update will only be made available to everyone if there are no serious regressions encountered by the first set of users. There is still a testing process completed by ...


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Run the following commands from terminal: sudo rm -r /var/lib/apt/lists/* sudo apt-get update This will replace the package list files.


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I finally found the answer! apt-get update using binary-x64 instead of binary-amd64 and failing I am still unclear as to how and why the foreign architectures are populated for the package manager but removing the armhf entry stops the search for the non-existent directory in the trusty repo.


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I had the exact same problem. Something gone wrong in the upgrade process and there is a problem that Ubuntu doesn't ask your admin password to elevate the user privileges. I didn't know what the problematic package was, so what I did is a full reconfigure-reinstall of every package using the following script. #!/bin/bash for pkg in `dpkg --get-selections ...


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Ubuntu 14.04 is an LTS (Long-term supported) version so it will by default not ask you to upgrade to non-LTS versions like 14.10. If you launch Software & Updates from Dash and then go to the Updates tab, at the bottom you can choose Ubuntu to notify you about new non-LTS versions as well ("For any new version"). Just choose this and run update-manager ...


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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get autoremove apt-get clean UNUSCONF=$(dpkg -l|grep "^rc"|awk '{print $2}') apt-get remove --purge $UNUSCONF NEWKERNEL=$(uname -r|sed 's/-*[a-z]//g'|sed 's/-386//g') ADDKERNEL="linux-(image|headers|ubuntu-modules|restricted-modules)" ...


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Use sudo apt-mark hold [linuxkernelpackage] This will ignore upgrades/downgrades for that package. Source: Exclude packages from `apt-get upgrade`


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The latest official kernel for 14.04LTS is 3.13, you must have installed the 3.17 kernel using a PPA or from scratch.


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You should install all the updates for your current release from the Update Center, then it will promote about the new release.



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