I am currently running Ubuntu 12.04 and I seem to be having problems updating and various other problems that my stem from the updating one (I'm not sure). So, I'm getting an error when I try to update, I use the Update Manager, get an error, so I go to the Terminal, update there, and get the same answer.
I seem to be having issues updating. Through update manager things just seem to hang, and if I try sudo apt-get update I get errors like Err 403 Forbidden. I tried creating a sources list then replacing the old one, but upon running the keys as the website suggested this also failed.
Hi all,I'm relatively new to crunchbang and doing everything DIY (I must say I like this distro much more than ubuntu/mint/suse) and I wanted to know how to make sure I was updating everything correctly. I have no update manager or notifier, and I'm not sure if doing 'sudo apt-get update' or 'sudo aptitude' and then 'u' works or not (pardon my ignorance!).
Canonicol really, really needs to sort out their QA. Upon a fresh insall of ubuntu there is simply too many crashes and too many bugs. For example here is my latest experience with a fresh install of 12.10:
I never had problems updating my software, but it has been a long time without updating my Software and when I try updating it now, the Authentification page opens but closes immediately, without letting me introduce the password. So I can not update it because it says it failed.
I have the virtmanager (Virtual Machine Manager 0.9.5) running on Ubuntu 13.10. After running well for over a year, for some reason (update?) in the past couple months it stopped updating the usage graphs.
I can still control the kvm VMs and view their desktops.