In Ubuntu, the Software Updater can update the operating system to new versions which are released every six months for standard releases or every two years for Long Term Support releases.This functionality is included by default in the desktop version but needs to be added to the server version.NTFS read-/writesupport is enabled by default on Xubuntu 14.04. Open a terminal and run: sudo apt-get install gedit Some packages are not available in the standard Ubuntu repositories.Ubuntu has two types of releases, standard and Long Term Support (or "LTS").I tried those commands that i found in internet: sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get -f sudo apt-get update sudo sh -c "apt-get update;apt-get dist-upgrade;apt-get autoremove;apt-get autoclean" sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get install libgcc1 but when i try to install it says always the same: [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get install codelite Reading package lists...Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming.Standard updates are released every six months and receive security updates from Ubuntu for at least nine months, while LTS updates are released every two years and are supported for at least five years.If you are currently using Ubuntu 12.04, you will have security updates until at least October 2017.
The application was originally called Update Manager; it was announced in May 2012 that starting with Ubuntu 12.10 the name would change to Software Updater to better describe its functions.To avoid these problems, when possible, we recommend migrating to a fresh Ubuntu 14.04 server rather than upgrading in-place.You may still need to review differences in software configuration when upgrading, but the core system will likely have greater stability. When I type python in the console, v2.7.4 opens up. We are running this ourselves and we will try to make sure it keeps pace with its Mac and Windows siblings. You can tell us what you think and ask other users for help at The Spotify Community. Our aim is that it should work with the latest Long Term Support release of Ubuntu, but we will try to make it work for other releases of Ubuntu and Debian as well. Add the Spotify repository signing keys to be able to verify downloaded packages sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys 0DF731E45CE24F27EEEB1450EFDC8610341D9410 # 2.