Problems with apt-get update
robitaille at ubuntu.com
Sun Oct 16 15:17:19 UTC 2005
On Sun, 2005-16-10 at 23:58 +0900, Dave M G wrote:
> Ubuntu Users,
> 1. Situation
> I've just recently installed Ubuntu, and I'd like to install a variety
> of multimedia and other applications.
> I read in another thread in this list that a place to get
> straightforward instructions on installing applications was here:
Have you looked at the Ubuntu wiki? It contains all sort of user
documentation, done by the community for the community:
> 2. Problems
> When trying to run the suggested commands, apt-get would return errors.
> I'm wondering if this is because the web page refers to Ubuntu version
> 5.04, and I think I have version 5.10.
> http://jp.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/breezy-backports/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz 404 Not Found
> Failed to fetch
backports are usually there to bring to older Ubuntu installations
applications found in the latest Ubuntu version (thus the name
"back-port"). Since you are running 5.10 already, you don't need the
backports, and they actually don't exist yet for Breezy since the next
version (Dapper) doesn't exist yet in the repositories.
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