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    Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Hello
    Today I have installed newest vesrion of Ubuntu 13.04.
    The first program which I have tried to install was a Jupiter.
    I have done everything as it was written in that article, but in the end I got next error:

    E: unable to locate package jupiter

    what the problem?

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Moved to Ubuntu +1 (Raring Ringtail).

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by kobras View Post
    I have done everything as it was written in that article, but in the end I got next error:

    E: unable to locate package jupiter

    what the problem?
    When you used add-apt-repository the source was added as raring, like -
    Code:
    http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/jupiter/ubuntu raring main
    Seeing as though there are no raring packages in the ppa 'apt-get update' will ignore the source, so no jupiter available

    You can wait till such time as there is a raring package or install the quantal version & see, whether you should do that, I've no idea at all..
    If inclined to try you could either download the quantal jupiter package from ppa page directly & install or edit your sources list as in screen, update, ect.
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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Jupiter has been retired and is not compatible with kernel 3.7 onwards.

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Greetings,
    It's been there for me and doing fine.

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Maybe it behaves a bit better with 3.9?

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/jupiter-project/+bug/1091510

    It has still been retired though.

    http://www.fewt.com/2012/12/an-impor...t-jupiter.html

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    fewt commented about retiring Jupiter in the Fuduntu thread here

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    ok, thank you. I have decided to install ubuntu 12.10

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Hi!, I get the same problem, but did you try with gnome-power-manager or bumblebee? maybe that can do the job while Jupiter release a new version

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    Re: Installing of Jupiter on Ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by Hum137 View Post
    Hi!, I get the same problem, but did you try with gnome-power-manager or bumblebee? maybe that can do the job while Jupiter release a new version
    There won't be a new version of Jupiter, according to the author, improvements have been made in the kernel and most distributions, so it isn't needed any more.

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