Questions about: package-management

I have configured aptitude to write to a log (/var/log/aptitude). It produces output like this; Aptitude 0. 4
There isn't need of the ia32-libs package anymore (since 12. 04 to be exact), if you use the APT system, you have nothing to worry about installing 32-bit packages in a 64-bit system. This happened since the introduction of multiarch, one of the Debi
Am I seeing this error because dpkg is looking for the i386 packages as a result of the aforementioned install of libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386? How do I resolve this error? EDIT - (I was not able to resolve this question with simply up
I am working on my project using network simulator2. I installed it and everything is fine. I attempted to create a symbolic link between this installation and /usr/bin, so I could invoke the software by running ns from the command-line
Flarum runs on top of the LAMP stack. So the first step in getting it up and running on your server is to use the DigitalOcean LAMP One-Click application or to follow this tutorial: We'll also need Composer installed. You can get a lot more details a
The Multiverse repository contains packages (software) that is "not free" , referring to licensing restrictions. The Multiverse repository contains software which has been classified as non-free. This software may not be permitted in some jurisdictio
I am using Ubuntu 13. 04 which I installed few days back. I am trying to install nodejs and npm
Just set up a simple but signed repository on a webserver. Because most other tutorials are somewhat dated or cumbersome, I'll try to replicate the procedure here. The initial configuration takes a bit of effort, but the simple build script keeps it
I doubt you will want to install those libraries. Seen as it's nothing more than a nuisance you can simply silence the message. Create a new config file in /etc/rsyslog
lynx can call dpkg (or the Software Center, if a display is available) and offer to install a downloaded package for you. For example, using: lynx http://archive. ubuntu