Ubuntu Installation :: Digikam - Disabling All The Repositories
Nov 7, 2010
I installed the PinguyOS version of Maverick, but even after disabling all the repositories that came with it I still couldn't get this to work. Therefore this must be a problem with Ubuntu 10.10 itself, however if this problem does exist is Ubuntu, I'm surprised these forums are flooded with complaints. I've searched them up and down and I found nothing. Anyway, the problem is that I can't install digikam, this is the error I get: The following packages have unmet dependencies.
digikam : Depends: kdebase-runtime but it is not going to be installed
Depends: kdepim-runtime but it is not going to be installed
Depends: libkde3support4 (>= 4:4.4.4) but it is not going to be installed
Depends: libqt4-qt3support (>= 4:4.5.3) but it is not going to be installed
Recommends: kipi-plugins but it is not going to be installed
E: Broken packages
The problem here seems to be that the kde libraries that come with ubuntu are version 4.5 for everything. And it seems digikam 1.4 is built against kde 4.4.
I just installed ubuntu because the newer versions were not working for me. So I installed 7.10 and there is no repositories that are still up. Is there any repositories that I could add from the newer ones or other distro repositories.
A lot of people have been waiting for Digikam 2 since quite some time. The final release was made on 31/07, but now I am wondering how to install this on Ubuntu? I searched for it but could only find one thread: [URL]. This does not work for me, it only installs Digikam 1.9.
It seems that I really don't know how to update/reinstall a new library for my DigiKam.Since there is no .deb package, I would like to install Libraw-0.8.5 from source code (URL...) and it happens that I just don't know what to do.Please, help me to install this library so I can finally process the files from my new camera.
I am running Suse 11.1 64bit, with KDE, recently I received a pop up on my screen, "something about update problems", I used Yast 2 and selected online Update and it couldn't find updates for Nvidia and froze at that point. I dis-enabled that repository and refreshed all of the remaining Repositories individually and it seemed to work. I then went to the repositories listing and selected "Add" and selected "community" repositories and received the following: WARNING Unable to download list of repositories or no repositories defined. What is my problem? How do I acquire the list of community repositories? I can live with out the Nvidia repository for now but would eventually like to get it back.
It is extremely load and aggravating. My version 9.10. I am have no other issues with the internal speaker besides the low power beep. I have tried: blacklist pcspkr in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf (actually was already done in 9.10) in gconf-editor gone to apps gnome-power manager, unchecked low power notification
gone to sound preferences muted alert volume. If this was a desktop i would just physically disable the internal speaker, but i don't want to open up my laptop do to possible difficulty of reassembly.
I am trying to install Ubuntu 10.04 in text mode on a VIA EPIA-M motherboard with VT8623 VGA that gives a distorted screen when using the framebuffer. I used to be able to disable the framebuffer during installation by passing debian-installer/framebuffer=false to the kernel, and the screen would be fine. However, with Ubuntu 10.04, I still get a distorted screen even with debian-installer/framebuffer=false.
I just installed the new Fedora 11 and have used earlier versions in the past a few times before. I am trying to figure out if there is anyway to automatically allow root access to everything once an administrator logs in as admin. I am extremely tired of having to type in my password EVERY single time I want to do something. Especially having to use the terminal for something as simple as copying a file from one directory to another.
I get this when I do gksu gedit /etc/apt/sources.list
E: Malformed line 61 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list (absolute dist) E: The list of sources could not be read. Go to the repository dialog to correct the problem. E: _cache->open() failed, please report.
When I do sudo apt-get update, I get this:E: Malformed line 61 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list (absolute dist)
I do not have a line 61. I tried various suggestions in the forums and commented out lines in the past.
I am recently upgraded my ubuntu 9.10 to 10.04. Now i am unable to install certain applications.1. My ubuntu system is working under network proxy.2. If i try to install certain applications it giving "407 proxy authentication required" error is coming.3. Even I try with export_HTTP proxy command still coming the same error.can anyone explain how the repositories are working under network proxy and where i can get these repositories addresses.
Just wondering if this is feasible/sensible. I'm running a server with 8.04 LTS server edition, and I'd like to upgrade to the latest version of sshd because the version included with 8.04 doesn't easily support chroots and I know it's simple to set up in newer versions. There's no official backport, and I don't want to upgrade the whole OS to 10.04 or 9.10, so I was wondering if it was possible to upgrade only the sshd package using a newer repository or something like that?
I have Ubuntu 9.10 on my PC and am really happy with it. As you know, support ends in April. I can't upgrade to 10.04 or 10.10, tried several times, it just doesn't like my old video card. Money is really tight now, so can't upgrade the video card either OK, now my question. Are the repositories still available after the support date?
On my university, the technology center uses the Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I've been told by my teacher to get GCC for the C language. Searching for GCC on my netbook, I can find two programs: Sysinfo (why?) GGcov (doesn't open) Searching for GCC on the TC Computer, I can find 115 programs... The administrator wasn't there at the moment I checked this, and he'll not be there on this weekend so... I would like to do this by myself tomorrow. With my vast one-week experience with ubuntu, I think such software abundance from the TC computer side is related to repositories. I would like to copy them all to my netbook, if it's possible.
I'm in the midst of updating from my poky old Dell to a newer (3 yr old) HP laptop. I've completed most of the changeover, but I can't seem to add any repositories to Software Sources. When I attempt to enter the APT line into Synaptic, the only button that's clickable is "Cancel." This holds true even if I use sudo to run Synaptic from the command line.
I've also tried editing /etc/apt/sources.list directly, but when I enter the corresponding lines (cut and pasted from my old computer, to eliminate the chance of typos), I get a message that the newly inserted lines are "malformed."
I'm sure I've overlooked something simple, but I've been at this for two days now and I'm getting a bit frustrated (doesn't do much for mental clarity).
For some reason Sun Java 6 isn't in any of the standard repositories. Some sites recommend adding the old Maverick repositories to install it. I just know that adding an old repository is going to break something. Does anyone know when it will be in the standard repositories?
After my system was updated to Natty, even though Software Sources is set for LTS updates only, none of the repositories in Software Sources or /etc/apt/sources.list.d were updated. I have manually updated the Software Sources repositories, and removed the outdated repositories from /etc/apt/sources.list.d, but when I do apt-get update I still see references to previous Ubuntu versions. How do I update ALL the repositories?
I just tried adding the same repository to my desktop pc as well separate install separate machine same error, while checking software sources in gnome nothing seems out of the ordinary. My desktop was updated today via the update manager.
How come all these repositories cannot be hit?is there any way to make the update hit there repositories? And if they're useless, no longer supported, how can I remove them so to have a tidy repositories list?
i'm having a problem in downloading the repository indexes.its giving me the following error.""Could not download all repository indexesThe repository may no longer be available or could not be contacted because of network problems. If available an older version of the failed index will be used. Otherwise the repository will be ignored. Check your network connection and ensure the repository address in the preferences is correct.[URL]ome index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead.""Though its giving a msg saying check ur network connection,my net connection is fine.
1. Installation freezes while looking for repositories. Have left overnight hoping installation would continue with no luck. 2. When it does find all the repositories it crashes with fatal error installing package XYZ. This could indicate errors when reading the installation media. Installation cannot continue.
1. First I though the download ISO was bad. Tested the ISO download with sha256sum checksum utility. Perfect download according to the checksum. 2. I tried 3 different DVD drives on system that Fedora is being installed to in hopes that maybe the DVD drive was bad. 3. I tried burning the ISO with two different DVD burners. One with windows 7 ISO burning utility. The other on windows XP using Nero 7. 4. Tried burning the disks at low speed to get a better burned disk. 5. I have tried 2 different brands of DVD disks 6. I have officially gone through 8 different DVD disks.
I upgraded to natty on release day and everything went fine, but about three days ago when I went to update my sources, I get this: Code: sudo apt-get update Code: W: Failed to fetch [URL] Sources 404 Not Found W: Failed to fetch [URL] Packages 404 Not Found E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
I've looked through the forums, but similar problems are always tied to the mozilla repo, not this one. It seems important, so I'm not sure if I should just delete it or what. My sources.list looks like this: Code: # deb cdrom:[Ubuntu 10.10 _Maverick Meerkat_ - Release i386 (20101007)]/ maverick main restricted # See [URL] for how to upgrade to newer versions of the distribution. deb [URL] natty main restricted deb-src [URL] natty main restricted ## Major bug fix updates produced after the final release of the distribution .....