Questions about: software-center

Actually, Gerald, in this case, I'm going to most respectfully and somewhat timidly half disagree. (As opposed to that old thread, where I made a lighthearted comment and Alan thought you and I were fighting. ) It seems that leaving the sbins out of
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
Yes, there is an alternative to the Ubuntu Software Center named appgrid. It's a very lightweight application center for Ubuntu and it will let you purchase applications too. You can install it in Ubuntu with these following commands: sudo add-apt-re
If you want in one command and not use Software source ticking then in terminal put: sudo add-apt-repository universe On older versions of Ubuntu, you might have to use a full source line: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive. ubuntu. com/ubun
Thanks for these information. Since you have already performed a hard reset, most of the probable causes related to your phone settings should have been eliminated. According to this Microsoft thread, a workaround to error code c00cee2c is to "select
That error is caused by having a software repository, but not the digital signing keys for it. The keys are used to verify the integrity of packages, and that they really come from correct source. (Confusingly, you get the warning message regardless