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You can use this for AMD, it has a guide on the page.


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The PPA you have added does not contain packages for your release, so you need to remove it first: sudo add-apt-repository -r ppa:v-launchpad-jochen-sprickerhof-de/pcl sudo apt-get update I have never used PCL, but it is packaged in official repositories (see its source pcl package). The simplest method would be to install the metapackage libpcl1.7 ...


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After looking at the first link in your error message, getting into the dists directory, it seems that this PPA does not support Xenial, as there is indeed no such directory. This link however, provides a link to a pre-built DEB file you can download and install using dpkg (not recommended as it is just a Dropbox link and the file could contain malicious ...


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First of all, add the PPA This is done by : $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java Use the 'update' command to retrieve the PPA : $ sudo apt update Did you get it to work now? Let me know The way PPA's are added works a little bit different


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Manually adding ppa source and key worked for me Check answer to this question: I can't add PPA repository behind the proxy


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Let the built-in ubuntu-drivers program decide automatically which graphics driver to install. Open the terminal and type: sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall sudo reboot The autoinstall command of ubuntu-drivers installs drivers that are appropriate for automatic installation including their dependencies.


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Remove the PPA with the line: sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:mc3man/trusty-media Now run sudo apt-get update


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Get the latest (not expired) MySQL APT repository from: https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/repo/apt/ Currently: https://repo.mysql.com//mysql-apt-config_0.8.13-1_all.deb wget https://repo.mysql.com/mysql-apt-config_0.8.13-1_all.deb sudo dpkg -i mysql-apt-config_0.8.13-1_all.deb sudo apt-get update sudo apt install mysql-server


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I ran into the same issue. Turned out the cause was that /usr/bin/python3 was not linked to an executable. Here's how to solve it: Install Python if you have not done so. Pick the Python executable you want to use, say python3.5. Go to /usr/bin and you'll see installed executable like python2.7, python3.5, python3.6. Run the following command, assuming ...


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I tackle with the exactly same problem, and this stackoverflow thread help me out. Here the code from the answer. cd .config/octave sudo chown $USER qt-settings


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The error says that you need to download the file jdk-11.0.4_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz. You can download the file from here. You must click to accept the license agreement and then you can click to download the file. Assuming the file is downloaded to your ~/Downloads directory, run the following commands: cd ~/Downloads sudo mkdir -p /var/cache/oracle-jdk11-...


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Remove the package that is stuck: sudo apt remove oracle-java11-installer-local


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