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Your /boot partition will be locked in gparted while your operating system is running (as the partition is mounted and in use). Instead, boot into a "live CD" (or drive) to modify the partition while …
answered Sep 27 '16 by wolf
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A graphical solution: Click "Applications" in the upper-left corner and search for Software & Updates Tab over to "Other Software" and add your PPA address there. Update as you would in Linux Mint …
answered Oct 1 '16 by wolf
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This is reportedly patched in Loki, if you can upgrade. If you want a manual fix in Freya, this worked for someone else in the thread: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:oibaf/graphics-drivers sudo apt-get …
answered Oct 1 '16 by wolf
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The updater will only update packages that you have installed, such as applications or your base operating system. Updates will fix bugs and add new features, but it won't ever install different …
answered Sep 29 '16 by wolf
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The elementary team typically only supports the latest release with feature updates, which I think is mainly a volunteer issue than anything else. The team tends to not set firm release dates and … support after about nine months but do receive major security fixes for five years (April 2021). The team pushes those security updates to former releases and will post in a public place if for some …
answered Oct 7 '16 by wolf
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The AppCenter periodically shows updates because it runs in the background on startup. To disable its notifications, set it to not run on startup: mkdir ~/.config/autostart/ cp /etc/xdg/autostart …
answered Oct 9 '16 by wolf
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The poster found a solution: sudo apt remove firefox-locale-*
answered Oct 2 '16 by wolf
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The elementary team typically only supports the latest release with feature updates, which I think is mainly a volunteer issue than anything else. The team tends to not set firm release dates and … support after about nine months but do receive major security fixes for five years (April 2021). The team pushes those security updates to former releases and will post in a public place if for some …
answered Oct 8 '16 by wolf
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When Launchpad projects do include changelogs, they are created with the .deb packaging and have no substantive detail. For example, see logs for pantheon-files or wingpanel-indicator-sound, which als …
answered Oct 11 '16 by wolf
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Did you install cdrom://elementary OS 0.4 _Loki_ - Stable amd64 (20160921) as a repository? See if it's listed with grep ^ /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* If so, you want to remove it …
answered Oct 15 '16 by wolf