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as you can see libc6 2.15 is used in ubuntu 12.04, so you have to find and add a external repository, "sideload"/install it manually or compile it yourself if you need a newer version... as ubuntu 12.04 is supported for just another year, i would suggest you to upgrade anyway to a newer (lts-)release! - if it is possible wait 2 months and get 16.04 lts ...


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You can make Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) use the packages from Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) to easily install PHP 5.2. This is how I installed PHP 5.2.10 on Ubuntu 14.04.3. Step 1 Create a file karmic.list in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ and add the following: deb http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ karmic main restricted deb-src ...


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You're running a GNOME version from the GNOME3 Staging PPA, which is a testing branch for the main GNOME3 PPA. Copying the relevant part from the description: This PPA will be used to test uploads before they are copied to the main GNOME 3 PPA. === WARNING === The packages here have been deemed not ready for general use, they have known bugs ...


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Ubuntu 15.10 still comes with Gnome 3.16 by default. GNOME 3.18 is the one that will be released (at the time of this writing) with Ubuntu GNOME 16.04, and gnome-control-center is directly backported from 16.04 on the GNOME 3 Staging PPAs with the Ubuntu GNOME 16.04 logo patched into it at build time.


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Ubuntu is completely free. There is no "demo" version or "product key". It's just free. The torrent links are the real deal, just make sure to use the download link from Ubuntu's own website.


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NEVER let someone trick you into paying to get an activation key or "full version" of Ubuntu. I don't know for sure which link you are referring to, and as this is a community site, anyone could potentially give you any link. You can get the official Ubuntu releases for your computer at http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop As far as which version you ...



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