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The elementary OS app store (replaces the Ubuntu Software Center).

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Use Eddy (the recommended, graphical, elementary way) Read this other answer about using Eddy, which can be installed in AppCentre. Use gdebi-cli sudo gdebi package.deb Use gdebi GUI sudo apt in …
answered Sep 10 '16 by Lewis Goddard
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In the repositories included with Loki. Have an AppData file that conforms to specification OR Have a .desktop file that conforms to specification. That said, Firefox appears in my AppCentre.
answered Sep 5 '16 by Lewis Goddard
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A fix for this specific issue has just been released in the form of a new packagekit version. If this is not applied automatically, you can do it with the following two commands: sudo apt update sudo …
answered Apr 15 '17 by Lewis Goddard
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As the log says, it may have been because the mirror was stuck while syncing. If you run your original sudo apt update command it should now be fine. If an error still occurs, you can try removing th …
answered Feb 20 '19 by Lewis Goddard