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Use the following PPA - sudo add-apt-repository ppa:wfg/0ad sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install 0ad


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You can use your computer normally while updates are installing. This is because file system works different in Linux than in Windows. In Linux, once file is opened, it is kept in process' memory until process exits, no matter what happened to the opened file during existence of process. For example, you could delete some files process use or even delete the ...


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As opposed to other answers to this question, the very PPA states that it should be used as a whole and NOT via individual packages (i.e. not pick individual updates, but install all of them). == Important notice == This PPA is currently meant to be used as a whole. Please do not individually install packages from it, add it to your sources and let ...


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First the answer to the questions: Is there a way to stop the upgrade process? Depending on how the upgrade process was started, yes there is... If you do the upgrade process using sudo apt-get upgrade, just hit [Ctrl][C] at any time and it stops. If you do the upgrades during a shutdown: I've never had the guts to try, but next time I'll take a system ...


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Webapps do work in 14.04 LTS If they don't work for you, then you most likely have some missing packages. But I am running straight-up Unity Desktop whereas I now understand you are running Gnome Desktop. Well as far as I know these webapps are specifically for integration into Unity. They are not really desighed to work on Gnome. The package names all ...



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