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comment postgresql installation damaged
Ok. Please check this out: askubuntu.com/a/363244/11932 If that also doesn't work, do a sudo apt-get update followed by sudo apt-get upgrade. And do post output of sudo apt-get upgrade, if it doesn't work.
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comment postgresql installation damaged
Can you try this answer of mine: askubuntu.com/a/442335/11932 maybe its the postgres user not being there.
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comment Command for determining my public IP?
@woahguy, Please add more information, as to what didn't work for you.
Jul
21
answered How to remove “Open in terminal” option in right click
Jul
21
revised Adobe Flash Plugin is vulnerable/outdated in 14.04 but there is no update in Firefox
formatting correction, typo fix
Jul
20
comment How do i create Local repository server for my custom deb packages
This might help askubuntu.com/questions/170348/…
Jul
20
comment I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
@BlacklightShining, That's great. I have added more information to the answer, including what worked for you.
Jul
20
revised I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
Added the correct answer.
Jul
17
comment I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
@A.B., Did that. Thanks. :)
Jul
17
comment I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
@BlacklightShining, This might help with the transition: wiki.ubuntu.com/SystemdForUpstartUsers
Jul
17
comment I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
@BlacklightShining, systemd has replaced upstart in Ubuntu 15.04. wiki.ubuntu.com/VividVervet/…
Jul
17
revised I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
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Jul
17
comment I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
@A.B, How can we know that its not installed already? Maybe its already installed, otherwise the same can be done using apt-get, as I understand.
Jul
17
answered I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
Jul
17
comment I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
This looks similar to yours: serverfault.com/q/387547/109361
Jul
17
revised I hit control-c in a do-release-upgrade subprocess. How do I recover?
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Jul
14
comment Ubuntu 12.04 Network connection fail
If you want more realtime help you can try #ubuntu channel on IRC. If you don't know about it, don't worry, please check this, to understand about it: askubuntu.com/q/246645/11932
Jul
14
comment Ubuntu 12.04 Network connection fail
Hi you need to add more information about the internet connection that you're trying to use. With the present information most probably no one will be able to help you.
Jul
14
answered Deleted Fedora partition, can't boot into Ubuntu
Jul
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comment What are the error codes and messages returned for `apt-get update` failures?
@KarlRichter, I would rather say we should add more information, if possible. rather than deciding to delete it. If that doesn't work out, we could delete.