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The repositories list from your machine miss updates: disco-security and disco-updates. You have to open Software & Updates (software-properties-gtk), switch to Updates tab to enable them. Then install all upgrades and GIMP with Ardour: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install gimp arduor


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You could use the grep command : apt-cache search apache2 | grep apache2 and if you don't like the red color of grep, just add the --color=none option : apt-cache search apache2 | grep apache2 --color=none P.S : I recommend you to not forget the -cache option, you won't see the package name if you don't add it by using grep command (see below the result ...


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You seem to know how the package should be called, or at least what a part of its name should be. apt search doesn’t look like the best tool for this task, use apt list instead: $ apt list apache\* Listing... Done apache2/bionic-updates,bionic-security 2.4.29-1ubuntu4.11 amd64 apache2-bin/bionic-updates,bionic-security 2.4.29-1ubuntu4.11 amd64 apache2-data/...


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According to https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?suite=all&section=all&arch=any&keywords=flameshot&searchon=names the flameshot package is only available for Ubuntu release 18.04LTS or later.


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I find a good way of searching for this is tab complete sudo apt install apache<tab><tab> gives sudo apt install apache apache2 apache2-doc apachedex apache2-bin apache2-ssl-dev apacheds apache2-data apache2-suexec-custom apachetop apache2-dbg apache2-suexec-...


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The simplest way is to create a shell script #!/bin/sh pip install numpy pip install pandas followed by chmod 0755 scriptname. The "proper" way to do it may be to use a meta-package. See this for details.


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You won't be able to import those packages from native installed python/python3 environments (unless you've installed them using pip/pip3). Anaconda uses virtual environments (the default one is called base). You have to activate base virtual environment and use its python in order to install additional packages using pip/pip3 or import Anaconda's ...


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As was said comments, we can remove MongoDB with the following command: sudo apt-get purge mongodb-enterprise* Then for most of the use-cases you can use Remmina from main pocket of repositories. So you have to remove the PPA with sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:remmina-ppa-team/remmina-next and install Remmina ...


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Go to BIOS of your system by pressing ESC or f2 (key depends on company model, asus-f2,. Hp-esc etc) on startup. Find the 'Secure Boot' option and disable it. Then again do the sudo dpkg --configure -a


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I recently had the same issue when doing an apt upgrade which was aborting just after asking for Y/N confirmation. sudo apt upgrade I tried my usual workaround and tried to upgrade on a new terminal. Surprisingly, it worked. I realized, it was a problem with that particular terminal. After researching on why this happened, I found this: Why does apt-...


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If you installed it through snap, use sudo snap remove spotify


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