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zryanhi all06:19
zryanmy google chrome evry time is (Aw, Snap!)? how to fix it?06:19
zryanubuntu 12.04 LTS06:19
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isiah_sI want to setup a wiki for the company for using our linux tools. Anyone know a good program to get started with?12:40
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vastkahunaI need help installing updates. I just tried and I received a message that was stating the software updater was unable to install updates or the package was broken14:34
holsteinvastkahuna: close everything.. open a terminal.. run "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" and share errors14:38
holsteinisiah_s: you want a wiki setup up on "our linux tools"? what are your linux tools?14:38
holsteinisiah_s: there are a few appliances from turnkey linux based on ubuntu http://www.turnkeylinux.org/moinmoin , for example14:41
vastkahunaThis is what I got after entering those commands14:56
vastkahunaAm I OK now or do I need to do something further?14:58
holsteinasterismo: ?15:01
holsteinasterismo: sorry15:01
holsteinvastkahuna: have you tried the suggested listed?15:01
holsteinYou might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these.15:01
holsteinvastkahuna: did you try that command?15:03
vastkahunaYes just now and I got this15:03
holsteinvastkahuna: did you try the suggestion listed there?15:04
holsteinsudo You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these.15:04
holsteinsudo apt-get -f install15:04
holsteinvastkahuna: ^^15:04
vastkahunaNow I received this15:09
holsteina suggestion i agree with15:14
holsteinAfter you get that error, try apt-get -f install to force an install of the files that didn't get loaded because of the error. Then try apt-get upgrade again, apt-get -f install back and forth until only the package that has the error is left.15:14
vastkahunaI got this after I tried that last command15:55
holsteinvastkahuna: you are trying to run an administrative command15:55
holsteinvastkahuna: you need root, as stated.. you run that command with sudo in front of it, as i suggeted before15:56
holsteinsudo apt-get install -f15:56
holsteinyou will not be able to do package management as a normal user15:56
holsteinvastkahuna: that is the reason you are getting an error about not having permission15:56
vastkahunaOK my mistake I missed that part, I forgot about that part, still learning, lol15:57
vastkahunaNow I got this16:00
holsteinvastkahuna: http://askubuntu.com/questions/138374/internal-gzip-read-error16:01
holsteinvastkahuna: in the terminal, try sudo apt-get clean ,then the other command.. sudo apt-get install -f16:02
vastkahunaNow I got this16:07
holsteinvastkahuna: i would remove /var/cache/apt/archives/linux-image-extra-3.8.0-27-generic_3.8.0-27.40_amd64.deb and try again16:09
holsteinthe "sudo apt-get install -f" command16:09
vastkahunaSo what command do I need to remove those?16:10
holstein!info rm16:14
ubot93Package rm does not exist in raring16:14
ubot93The Unix 'rm' command removes files and directories from the filesystem. It is an extremly powerful tool, and you should not run 'rm' commands unless you fully understand them. Do not run arbitrary 'rm' commands you see online. For a beginning guide on using terminal commands, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal and for a cautionary story about 'rm' see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL_g0tyaIeE16:14
holsteinsudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/linux-image-extra-3.8.0-27-generic_3.8.0-27.40_amd64.deb ,should do it16:14
vastkahunaHow does that look? Do I need to do anything else?16:18
holsteinthe other command i linked, that you have already used, that i suggested you run next16:18
holsteinsudo apt-get install -f16:18
vastkahunaHow about now?16:23
vastkahunaAnything else to do or am I good now?16:27
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