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I had the same issue. There was a conflict with the snap store. Running killall snap-store in a terminal then relaunching the app fixed it.


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i already did something to where the text editor doesnt come up the same but you are supposed to put these command first. sudo cp /etc/apt/source.list /etc/apt/source.list.old sudo cat -n /etc/apt/source.list | grep 2 sudo gedit /etc/apt/source.list on the second command right where it says "grep 2" you are supposed to put the number of lines ...


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The graphical software store does not have a feature to remove unneeded dependencies, I'm afraid. For applications which were deb format and thus installed under the covers using apt / apt-get then you can issue the following command to remove unneeded dependencies: sudo apt autoremove If the application you removed was a snap, then the dependencies are ...


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If your system is fresh, then you might have to open up the terminal by doing Ctrl + Alt + T and follow the steps. do sudo su to get to the super user (just in case if there will be any permission problems) do sudo apt full-update after the full-update command is completed, do sudo apt full-upgrade do sudo apt autoremove to clear any unnecessary or ...


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The Ubuntu Software (Software Center) application is not omniscient. Linux systems do not have a central registry of all software. Ubuntu Software only knows about deb and snap software. It generally doesn't know about pip, AppImage, flatpak, brew, or other package systems, nor about manually-compiled software, nor about any scripts you may written or ...


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Some packages might be half-configured, or broken. Try the following commands as superuser: Verify all packages have been fully configured: dpkg --configure -a Update list of available package updates: apt-get update Do one of the following: Upgrade outdated packages apt-get upgrade Upgrade outdated packages and prerequisites, prioritizing important ...


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You can also try sudo snap remove snap-store sudo snap install snap-store Remember it will ask for a password with pop-up


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For me, ending the process and re-opening solved the error. Open System Monitor and search for 'snap-store' process. Select the snap-store process and click 'End Process'. Re-open Ubuntu Software


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The only thing that has worked so far is gnome-software refresh But the terminal has to be kept open. Once it is closed, the apps disappear again. Update: G. Koçmarlı has posted a working solution on Ubuntu software shows only editors picks 20.04.


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It's probably somehow disabled, so you have to enable it using: sudo fwupdmgr enable-remote lvfs Hope it helped :)


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On Ubuntu 20.04LTS the app called "Ubuntu software" is in reality snap-store (the terminal command running it is "snap-store", not "gnome-software"). Ubuntu 20.04 does not seem to come with gnome-software installed by default. For me, closing the app, then typing killall snap-store in a terminal and then re-launching the app ...


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The notification has appeared to show that the app has installed


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sudo update-alternatives --remove-all python3 from manpage Remove all alternatives and all of their associated slave links. name is a name in the alternatives directory (in your case python3) sudo rm /usr/bin/python3 Then create a new link. sudo ln -s /usr/bin/python3.6 /usr/bin/python3


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The source got moved to the pop os source accidentally needed to revert to the old source and reinstall the setting gtk


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All I did was use the command: gnome-software refresh and it worked.


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