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I can't find most of the applications in the Ubuntu software store. If I go to the terminal and try to install Fortran, for example, using sudo apt-get install gfortran, this is what I get:

E: El paquete «gfortran» no tiene un candidato para la instalación

Translated:

E: Package 'gfortran' has no installation candidate

I'm new in Linux and so far I haven't found a solution to this specific problem. If any one could help me I would be soooo grateful! Thanks for your time

  • Are you sure that's the full error message? Looking up similar errors, I can't find any that are just one line. Normally they say something like "Package gfortran is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source" – wjandrea Oct 30 '17 at 0:04
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gfortran is located in the universe repository - please ensure that you have 'Community-maintained free and open-source software' selected in the "Software & Updates" program, as shown below.enter image description here

After adding this repository, you will need to let "Software & Updates" refresh the list of available packages.


From the terminal, enter the commands

sudo add-apt-repository universe
sudo apt update
sudo apt install gfortran

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