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Done E: Unable to locate package gitlab-ce This is after running the script for adding the gitlab repository, a couple of times, and also running apt-get update. I haven't tampered with any apt files at all. You can use that information to search for answers. Missing } inserted. \int dx = x + C & Find the "unwrapped size" of a list more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy
asked 3 years ago viewed 14801 times active 3 years ago Related 2'E: Unresolved dependencies.' when trying to install new packages7apt-get dist-upgrade doesn't fix 'The following packages have been kept back'3apt-get Unable To Locate Package Ubuntu-desktop I ran the Fix Broken Packages command in Synaptic Package Manager, but it didn't give an option for 'Apply Marked Changes' or 'Apply'. It's definitely in the repositories. –jackweirdy Nov 12 '12 at 20:59 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Yes try writing sudo apt-get update This will download the source package The terminal command 'lspci' will tell you exactly which audio and wireless "chipset" you have.
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Isn't AES-NI useless because now the key length need to be longer? Now you should be able to install any software through Terminal. I can see gitlab_gitlab-ce.list in sources.list.d, but still gives that error. Unable To Locate Package Raspberry Pi How to handle swear words in quote / transcription?
Click "Close" and then you'll be prompted "Reload", click "OK". The time now is 01:22 AM. I have used the program net-select-apt to chose the fastest mirror for me. weblink What do you call the practice of using (overly) complex words specific to a subject?
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share|improve this answer edited Jan 1 at 1:34 muru 71.1k13129180 answered Jun 10 '14 at 13:58 Pandya 10.5k1458106 3 It could also be that the user is searching for libname, That's fixed the second problem nicely - the Update Manager ran again automatically, and spent some time downloading a whole bunch of packages. It has been a while since I setup Ubuntu, and I guess I mixed up the versions. I've been a little reluctant to do so extensively, though, until I can get some protection up (probably in the form of using Firestarter to set up the firewall).
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