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Website Yes, there is one. http://packages.ubuntu.com You can search for packages for all supported versions of Ubuntu. For example, to quickly search for the package gimp, you can go to http://packages.ubuntu.com/gimp Directly using apt Alternatively, you can search from the package in apt itself. apt search something shows all packages which has something ...


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What you are doing here is ambiguous even in bash. In bash, if the noglob option is not set and mate-* matches one or more files in the current directory, it will be expanded to a list of those files which will be passed as arguments to apt-get remove. Otherwise, it will be passed literally to the apt-get command unless: the failglob option is set, in which ...


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The http://ppa.launchpad.net/gezakovacs/ppa/ubuntu/dists/focal/main/dep11/icons-48x48.tar location really returns 404 even without proxy. On fresh 20.04 LTS I can't reproduce this problem. You can try the following commands to fix the issue: # remove local package lists rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -rf # re-add PPA again sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/...


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You have to install necessary NetCDF development package for fortran by sudo apt-add-repository universe sudo apt-get install libnetcdff-dev and then retry building your application.


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This line seems significant: trying to overwrite shared '/usr/share/doc/libpng12-0/changelog.Debian.gz' An older post (What is changelog.Debian.gz file during packaging?) suggests that you can safely remove changelog.Debian.gz (and you can certainly back it up with sudo cp /usr/share/doc/libpng12-0/changelog.Debian.gz ~/Desktop/changelog.Debian.gz) So in ...


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Your research is correct: The zoxide deb package was first added to Ubuntu in 21.04. It is not available as a deb in Ubuntu 18.04 nor Ubuntu 20.04 (nor Ubuntu 20.10). You can try using a wrong-version package on your 20.04 system, but it rarely works. There is no snap package matching the name zoxide, so no community members have created a snap for that ...


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So in the end, it was because /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/CommandNotFound/db/db.py has import apt_pkg which was not properly installed on my machine. So this answer solved it, by: cd /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ sudo ln -s apt_pkg.cpython-36m-x86_64-linux-gnu.so apt_pkg.so


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Open Software & Updates and check these settings... Update #1: Download the 20.10 RPi image here


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The specific conflict is between ROS Melodic and an NPM dependency called libcurl4-gnutls-dev. This is the dependency chain: NPM -> node-gyp -> nodejs-dev -> libssl1.0-dev -> libcurl4-gnutls-dev This link shows how to install NodeJS for use within ROS Melodic (no NPM though, but catkin will attempt to fetch packages during build when not ...


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I just solved this issue on my Ubuntu MATE 20.04 : apt remove command-not-found apt clean apt auto-remove apt install command-not-found


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