I recently upgrade my main computer to Elementary OS Loki. In the process of installing all my favorite software after the initial install, I needed to add a few repositories.
I received an error message that the command was not found. I though something was wrong with my install of Loki.
This would be a big problem for getting my computer set up the way I want. If I can’t add repositories, I can’t add a lot of the software I use. Luckily it’s a quick fix.
After the new packages install, try adding a repository, update, and install.
I upgraded my laptop to Freya, the latest version of Elementary OS, and wanted to go over the changes I made to customize my setup. You can grab the download from the Elementary OS website. If you need help installing it, there are a number of tutorials online.
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Linux is my preferred desktop operating system. And given the number or great distros available, I test and try out many of different ones. My current, and longest standing set up was Ubuntu running a Gnome 3 desktop. It was a great set up, very minimal desktop, but wasn’t running as fast as I wanted. Ubuntu had a lot of software and packages I didn’t want, and Gnome 3 was more graphic intense than it needed to be. I am the type of user that would rather make my software more efficient, than upgrade my hardware.
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