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The problem with the Google source is on Google's end, but apt-get is just reporting the issue as a warning. This issue does not stop you from upgrading packages. You are using apt-get and what you are seeing is the normal behavior after running update: it performs the update but does not provide additional information. You need to follow sudo apt-get ...


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I had the same error. Since its a recent issue, i believe it must have been a problem with the megasync server. I fixed it by going to /etc/apt/sources.list.d and then deleting all the files that started with mega using : sudo rm mega* Then run: sudo apt-get update


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main, universe, multiverse, resricted are different components of the Sections portion in a sources.list entry and can not be duplicated for a given entry (same Type (e.g. deb), URI (e.g. http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/) , Suite (e.g. xenial)). In your /etc/apt/sources.list, you have duplicate components (main, restricted, universe) in lines 2 and 5: deb ...


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Option 1: Use boot repair. Ubuntu was unable to boot and there is this fancy tool for such problems: boot repair. This should allow you to boot into Ubuntu again. Option 2: Reinstall Ubuntu (you are likely to keep your personal files in the Home folder! You can try writing either a new disk image or live USB with the version of Ubuntu you like, or use the ...


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The AppStream component 'com.steelseries.rival-legacy.firmware' in /usr/share/app-info/xmls/org.freedesktop.fwupd.xml must have a <name/> and <summary/> tag to be valid. Upstream said he will commit a fix to fwupd tomorrow, which should then be added to Ubuntu via SRU. That should make the message vanish (you could also manually edit the file, ...


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You have two repositories which provide MySQL: the official Ubuntu 14.04 ones provide MySQL 5.5, and the official MySQL ones provide 5.7. This is why you cannot manually install 5.6 packages without some forcing, it would be better to go with either 5.5 or 5.7. In that case you should: Uninstall all residual 5.6 packages, you can find them with dpkg -l | ...



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