This is what I get when I run sudo apt-get install g++:
libgtksourceview-3.0-0 is already the newest version.
libgconf-2-4 is already the newest version.
ibus-gtk is already the newest version.
libqtgui4 is already the newest version.
libgssapi-krb5-2 is already the newest version.
ubuntu-extras-keyring is already the newest version.
libpam0g is already the newest version.
I want to install a specific version of ipython (0.13.1), but it kept telling me that particular version does not exist. I am wondering if I am using the wrong version name, so it can not match the version I want to what is available out there.
I have below as you see version-main: 6.09.401.5, however when i boot up the OS it says 6.09.401.10 I am a bit confused why are they different and how do I change the bootloader one to match the OS one?
I am running InsertCoin directly from the SVN if that matters.
I have a Django app published on github, which I also mirror on PyPi to make installation easy. It's been at version 1.3 for a year, but 12 hours ago I bumped it to a new version 1.4 on PyPi. I hid version 1.3 on PyPi and made sure all references are to the new version. But