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How to handle key issues with apt on Ubuntu

For some time now, I was receiving the following warnings after an otherwise successful run of apt update: plain 1W: http://linux.dropbox.com/ubuntu/dists/disco/Release.gpg: 2Key is stored in legacy trusted.gpg keyring (/etc/apt/trusted.gpg), 3see the DEPRECATION section in apt-key(8) for details. 4W: http://prerelease.keybase.io/deb/dists/stable/InRelease: 5Key is stored in legacy trusted.

Firefox Developer Edition

Install and link Firefox Developer Edition on Ubuntu

Firefox Developer Edition is a specialized version of the Firefox browser, designed for developers and early adopters. It’s kind of a beta version, but with much more features. It comes with various tools, such as the Visual Editing, Debugging, an inspector that shows you details about the used CSS Grid, unused CSS and so on.

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Fixing package dependency issues on Ubuntu with APT

Have you ever tried installing a program on your Ubuntu and ran into error messages about unconfigured dependencies? Don’t worry; it happens to the best of us. For example, when you install a program, it might rely on other software packages to run correctly; if those dependencies are not met, the program won’t work.

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Swapping swap

Short Interlude: The following problems and it’s solution seems to be an Ubuntu 22.04 issue, because that is when the new OOM service was introduced. Read on if your Ubuntu system closes applications when it seems to be overwhelmed by tasks and if it’s a 22.

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Ubuntu, EFI and Acer

A while ago I found myself in front of my little baby-notebooks screen telling me in no uncertain terms, that “No Bootable Device (was) found”. Hmm. Somehow I remembered that. I also remembered that it’s just a little renaming routine that would solve this annoying issue.

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