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Is it possible to only install the security updates? Answer is yes. You can use unattended-upgrades which can handle automatic installation of security upgrades in Ubuntu system. Running sudo unattended-upgrade will install all the security package available for upgrade. Install this package if it isn't already installed using sudo apt-get install ...
The Ubuntu security team will backport security fixes, if the version in a supported Ubuntu release is affected. You can keep an eye on this using the Ubuntu CVE Tracker. For example, a recent CVE (CVE-2014-8142) had Ubuntu 10.04's version of PHP marked as "not-affected". For issues which don't have an associated CVE, you could file a bug on the appropriate ...
You appear to be using an outdated End Of Life (EOL) version of Ubuntu, Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal. Upgrade to a newer version. Latest Long Term Support release is 14.04. Also, please consider using pastebin next time rather than One Drive. Not sure about on a PC, but annoying on mobile. Edit: If this was a fresh install, rather than update process ...
You cannot update from Pear to Ubuntu. You can only remove Pear and install Ubuntu over it. As for User interface Ubuntu uses different interface, but you can customize it with a Pear / Mac look after installing. You may use Cairo-Dock software for this.
Almost identical issue: Lenovo W530 laptop setup for dual boot Windows 7 / Ubuntu 14.04 Things have worked great since a fresh install about 3 weeks ago and several reboots. Then, Ubuntu froze last night on power up. Windows 7 boots fine. But, Ubuntu boot up hangs with the error: Starting enable remaining boot-time encrypted block devices [OK] Nothing ...
You have 2 options. 1) Leave things as they are and provide your original 14.04 disk when prompted. 2) Remove the CD from your software sources (recommended)
Medibuntu repository has now been shut down. Package present in this repository were either obsolete, unnecessary or moved to the official Ubuntu archive. To resolve this error Remove all the line containing http://packages.medibuntu.org.. from your /etc/apt/sources.list file. Also remove medibuntu.list from etc/apt/sources.list.d/ directory (if ...
If your on a 64 bit system check out This Launchpad and you will find the .deb you need there. If x86 im sure we can find that too if needed. Edit: also a package search shows Trusty has 2.19-0Ubuntu6.4 and Utopic has 2.19-10Ubuntu2.1 Edit2: This Launchpad has the needed libc-bin
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