Open your terminal and copy-paste the below command one by one
sudo apt install curl
curl -s https://updates.signal.org/desktop/apt/keys.asc | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://updates.signal.org/desktop/apt xenial main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/signal-xenial.list
sudo apt update
sudo apt install signal-desktop
Packages in main and universe are built in the launchpad build farm, from source. You don't need to ask for verification of this as you can find it yourself.
For example, at the time of writing the most recent build of bind uploaded to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal) is 1:9.16.1-0ubuntu2.5. You can see this via the focal-changes public mailing list. Specifically ...
If you are on Windows,
Open your shell file on NotePad++
Click on Edit on Top bar menu, then choose EOL Conversion --> Unix(LF)
Now copy this file in your Linux system and it should run without these errors.
Don't confuse support and stability.
LTS releases offer "stability" in the sense that the software does not change for 5 years, not the sense that it crashes less often. The latter coincidentally does happen to be somewhat true also, but that's due to the large user base discovering and filing bugs.
The best way to keep any release of Ubuntu ...
I had similar issue on freshly installed Ubuntu 20.04.2 desktop 64bit, the difference is that libc6 ...9.3 was installed but my packages (g++ build-essential etc) could not be installed beceause libc6-dev could not be installed because it required libc6 ...9.2 which was older then the one installed
libc6-dev : Depends: libc6 (= 2.31-0ubuntu9.2) but 2.31-...
If you install the youtube-dl package from the 20.04 Ubuntu archive, it does not result in any /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl file. So probably you have previously installed youtube-dl in some other way than one of the ways you mention in your question, and that may be the cause of the confusion.
If you don't remember how that happened, I would suggest that you ...
Summary - If you are confused by so many options, simply add the PPA (described below) and update your computer, and everything will be automatically taken care of.
To remove apt version of blender
Use the command
sudo apt purge blender
to remove blender and all its configuration files. Then, you can also run
sudo apt autoremove
to remove the unused ...
Remove all the nvidia packages.
sudo apt update
sudo apt remove '^nvidia'
sudo apt autoremove
If you have added an Nvidia PPA to /etc/apt/sources.list remove that PPA by prefacing its line in sources.list with a # to comment it out. Run sudo apt update to refresh the list of available software.
Reboot with sudo reboot
Run the following commands to install ...
From the Debian perspective: all packages are built on our dedicated servers (buildd's). Packages that are not built on the buildd's are not allowed to move into Testing and get into a stable release. Furthermore, every package built since about 2018 includes a .buildinfo file: while this doesn't guarantee reproducible builds, it does enable them. All ...
I had the same issue during an upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04. During the installation of the Chromium snap package, I would see this message:
INFO waiting for automatic snapd restart
And then the installation process was just doing nothing as that automatic restart never happened. So I unlocked progress in the installation process again by executing the expected ...
You can install PSPP by using its package and dependencies from 20.10.
wget -c http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/g/gsl/libgsl25_2.6+dfsg-2_amd64.deb
wget -c http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/g/gsl/libgslcblas0_2.6+dfsg-2_amd64.deb
wget -c http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/s/spread-sheet-widget/libspread-...
"the original one" (which is a fork of gnome-software) is delivered as snap package, so to install it again you'd have to sudo snap install snap-store.
To remove gnome-software you'd have to: sudo apt remove gnome-software. If you'd also want to uninstall no longer needed dependencies (e.g. those that got pulled in while installing gnome-software) ...
This sort of issue can happen when one of two situations happen:
Snap is doing something in the background
The Internet connection is inconsistent
You can check the first item by opening a terminal and running snap changes, which may give you a list that looks like this:
555 Doing 2021-06-19T09:12:11Z - Install "cookies" snap
556 Doing ...
There is no "official" development platform or setup for Ubuntu. Use what works best for you. If you name a common programming language or IDE, somebody develops for Linux using it. Use any platform or setup that you like, though you may find that developing your first hello-world application on Ubuntu makes your software easier to test.
There are ...
Here are step by step instructions to fix this problem, which appears to be file corruption in the .list files related to these pacakges:
Verify that the .list files are full of garbage:
Remove the corrupt .list file:
sudo rm /var/lib/dpkg/info/<name-of-package>.list
Run the reinstall for ...
Gydl (Graphical Youtube-dl) is a GUI wrapper around the already existing youtube-dl program. To install Gydl in all currently supported versions of Ubuntu open the terminal and type:
sudo snap install gydl
When using Gydl, you have the option to download your YouTube video as a Video or Audio.
You have add their GPG key by
wget https://email@example.com -O - | sudo apt-key add
and then rerun update and install package:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install geogebra-classic
Thanks for your response I have got the .deb file for dwarvesV1.17 and pahole is upgrade to V1.17.
Here is link for that http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/d/dwarves-dfsg/dwarves_1.17-1_amd64.deb
I am on Mint 19.3, but this should also work for Ubuntu 18.04, which is what this Mint version is based on.
My solution was to specify the version to use specifically when installing:
sudo apt-get install llvm-10*
The reason to use the glob asterisk here is that some of the related packages are also needed for things to work, so merely installing the base ...
check how to install LLVM here https://apt.llvm.org/ to retrieve the archive signature like this:
wget --no-check-certificate -O - https://apt.llvm.org/llvm-snapshot.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
Add the PPAs where to install from:
add-apt-repository 'deb http://apt.llvm.org/bionic/ llvm-toolchain-bionic-10 main'
sudo apt update
I had the same problem.
And here are the steps I took to solve it.
From another ssh/terminal.
Stop apt & remove lock
sudo killall apt
sudo killall apt-get
sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/lock
sudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/lock
sudo rm /var/lib/dpkg/lock*
sudo dpkg --configure -a
Purge mysql/mariadb packages
sudo apt-get purge mysql* mariadb* -y
I had a very similar looking problem after doing a system update today. I removed virtualbox
sudo apt-get remove virtualbox
sudo apt-get autoremove
and then installed virtualbox from https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads
which now works. See also https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=99564
As we see, bcmwl-kernel-source_188.8.131.521+bdcom-0ubuntu4 doesn't compile correctly for your system. On my system, using the exact same kernel version, bcmwl-kernel-source_184.108.40.2061+bdcom-0ubuntu7 installs correctly. I therefore suggest:
mkdir bcmwl && cd bcmwl
The best way to install LibreOffice in Ubuntu is without any doubt by what you call the USC. The former USC has now been replaced by the "Snap Store", a customized version of Gnome Software. The Snap Store contains two different entries of LibreOffice. One of the entries is an install of the software through a novel approach for software packaging, ...
So, to answer your 3 questions,
No, you don't need to remove the apt-installed clang. Just keep it where it is in /usr/bin/clang.
If you download and install clang as a user, you probably have the option to put it in your home directory. If it's installed in a system-level directory, it would probably go under /usr/local/. For example, /usr/local/bin/. ...
So both deb-packaged (official and from “The maxima developers” team PPA) and Snap versions of Maxima are broken on Ubuntu 21.04.
You have to remove Snap version with
snap remove wxmaxima
But maxima package from upcoming 21.10 works normally. You can install it with: