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
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 ...
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\*
apache2/bionic-updates,bionic-security 2.4.29-1ubuntu4.11 amd64
apache2-bin/bionic-updates,bionic-security 2.4.29-1ubuntu4.11 amd64
I find a good way of searching for this is tab complete
sudo apt install apache<tab><tab>
sudo apt install apache
apache2 apache2-doc apachedex
apache2-bin apache2-ssl-dev apacheds
apache2-data apache2-suexec-custom apachetop
The simplest way is to create a shell script
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.
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 ...
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 ...
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
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-...