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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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:
Do one of the following:
Upgrade outdated packages
Upgrade outdated packages and prerequisites, prioritizing important ...
The only thing that has worked so far is
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.
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
in a terminal and then re-launching the app ...
sudo update-alternatives --remove-all python3
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