joshmcf at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 07:32:29 UTC 2012
A ppa can be removed simply through the Ubuntu Software Centre. Once you
have the *Software Center* open *Software Sources* from the *edit* menu.
Click on the edit tab. Now you can click on a software source and remove it
by clicking *Remove* or simply *uncheck* it if you want to just disable it.
No need to go editing config files.
I hope that helps.
On Jun 5, 2012 5:16 PM, "john_cullen at purencool.com" <
john_cullen at purencool.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have some ppa that are getting a 404 failed to get. I don't need them at
> all but
> when I update the are starting to annoy me. I have found them in the file
> path below
> sudo vim /etc/apt/sources.list.d but I cant remove them from the file. It
> asks me to do the following
> " Netrw Directory Listing (netrw
> " /etc/apt/sources.list.d
> " Sorted by name
> " Sort sequence:
> " Quick Help: <F1>:help -:go up dir D:delete R:rename s:sort-by
> I am not confident enough to go further without knowing what is going on.
> My question is what is going and is this the right way to get rid of
> a ppa?
> b: www.purencool.com/blog
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