Update on 14.04
israeldahl at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 03:23:02 UTC 2014
You can use
sudo dpkg -i packagename.deb
in the mean time (though you probably know this already). I just figure
I should post the workaround close to your post.
Does gdebi use apt-get? apt-get recently underwent some changes to
become apt.. this may be part of the problem...
On 04/21/2014 10:17 PM, Aere Greenway wrote:
> Since we must use gdebi to install packages not in the repository
> (Lubuntu Software Center will not perform that function), the bug in
> it where it fails to install dependencies is probably important.
> Here is the bug (my bug report was a duplicate of this one):
> By the way, I have now tested (successfully) an upgrade from 13.10 to
> - Aere
> On 04/21/2014 08:44 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
>> I'd like to heard what bug numbers we have onto this email so that I
>> can liase with our head of dev when he gets settled into his new
>> appartment (and has internet etc!!!).
>> The Chromium bug seems to be an a row with iBus, killing the iBus
>> applet brings being able to type into Chromium. At this point I do
>> not see a need to go running off to another system that has zero
>> chance of being accepted into an LTS and suggest people await a full
>> bug fix. (We need more testers!!!)
>> The Bug is in Chromium and iBUS API ... they just need told to be
>> play together nicely.
>> The nm-applet not being there.. well, it just seems to have been
>> forgotten to be auto start - I'm as guilty as any tester, as I didn't
>> even notice it had gone because it had not being there had no effect
>> as I rebooted simply because it had been previously configured. (We
>> need more testsers!!!)
>> Anyone else got any major bugs, apart the usual 'my old graphics card
>> doesn't work' ?
>> Please feel free to speak freely, but please also note that this is a
>> request of where we are and not people to start arguing with each
>> other. Please keep such squabbles to your selves and just leave
>> constrictive comments on here.
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