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    404 error when adding additional repository

    Hi
    I had 440 error when I added additional repository to my system.
    I added that repository because I need it for installing new software on my system.
    I read some text to guide for eliminating 440 error. it said that I should untick or disable the repository from "other software" in my "software source".
    then I did that and I have no error now.
    But this is my question. When I disabled that repository from software source, it doesnt make ill the installation process of my software?
    Thanks alot

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    Re: 440 error

    What was the additional repository? If you don't wish to tell us due to privacy, then was it official Ubuntu, Launchpad, major company (like Oracle VirtualBox) or someone's personal repository? If last, are you sure that it was Ubuntu-compatible?

    If I understand your last question, you are asking if disabling a balky repository will break your software sources. This all depends on what the balky repo is. If it is a core Ubuntu repo, then it definitely will break your installs. But if it is outside of Ubuntu, then it won't harm your software sources. At most, it will prevent you from updating or installing any further apps from that repo.

    Have I properly answered your question?
    Newb: How far must I jump to clear the ledge halfway down?
    Guru: It's bad to jump off cliffs. Let's look at better options.
    Newb: Stop harping about "best practices" and just let me jump.


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    Re: 440 error

    Hello
    I want to install LUMASS. It is a software for spatial optimisation. But before that I must install the other open source software like
    QT
    VTK
    GDAL
    ORFEOTOOLBOX AND...
    and also I must add launchpad repository
    ppa:ubuntugis/ubuntugis unstable
    ppatb/orfeotoolbox-stable-ubuntugis
    Thank you

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    Re: 440 error

    Please provide a link to the instructions for installing the repo.

    From the Lumass site (not in English so don't understand it) there is one tell-tale sign. lumass.exe. Exe files are not for Linux. Are you sure this is even compatible with Linux, as suggested by DuckHook???

    As also noted, no, disabling the Lumass repository will not disable anything else. All will still be as normal.

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    Re: 440 error

    yes I'm sure
    and this is LUMASS installation guide
    Code:
       LUMASS installation guide
     +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     
    
     
    
     Requirements / Prerequisites
     ============================
     
    
     LUMASS is currently only available for Linux operating systems. However, it is
     entirely built on cross-platform libraries and could potentially run on other
     operating systems and platforms as well. LUMASS is being developed and tested  
     on (K)Ubuntu Linux, and the remainder of this installation guide refers to an
     Ubuntu installation. Please adjust the described steps accordingly to meet the
     requirements of your favourite Linux distribution (and feel free to share any
     adjusted installation guides for other distributions / operating systems!).
     
    
     
    
     required 3rd party software libraries / packages
     ================================================
     
    
     LUMASS relies on a number of other open source software libraries, which are
     required (except rasdaman/PostgreSQL) to successfully build LUMASS.  
     
    
     Qt                      version > 4.6; (core, gui, and XML components)
     
    
     GDAL                    see launchpad repository: unbuntugis-unstable  
                             <https://launchpad.net/~ubuntugis/+archive/ubuntugis-unstable>
                             (see below for information how to add the repository to your
                             sources.list)
                              
                             Packages: libgdal1-dev; recommended: gdal-bin  
                              
     
    
     Orfeo Toolbox           see launchpad repository: unbuntu-gis-unstable
                             <https://launchpad.net/~otb/+archive/orfeotoolbox-stable-ubuntugis>
                              
                             Packages:  libotb3-dev, otb-bin-qt
                              
     
    
     VTK                     has to be installed from source ((release) package >= 5.10);
                             make sure you compile VTK with the following options set to ON:
                             VTK_USE_GUISUPPORT; VTK_USE_QT; VTK_USE_QTCHARTS; VTK_USE_RENDERING;
     
    
     rasdaman                this package is optional and only useful, if you intend
                             to use the LUMASS modelling framework; if you're only  
                             interested in spatial optimisation, you don't need this  
                             package; see rasdaman.org for download, compilation and
                             installation details as well as for rasdaman features
     
    
     PostgreSQL              only required when rasdaman is going to be used with the
                             modelling framework  
     
     lp_solve,
     liblpsolve55-dev        required for LUMASS' optimisation component  
     
    
     cmake,
     cmake-curses-gui        build system packages used to compile LUMASS (s. below)
     
    
     
    
     For Orfeo and GDAL you have to add the respective launchpad-repository
     (see URL above) to make the packages available via your package manager.  
     You will also need the 'build-essentials' package for compiling LUMASS from  
     source. Installing the above mentioned packages should resolve most of the  
     library dependencies.  
     
    
     
    
     Adding launchpad repositories
     =============================
     
    
     You can add launchpad repositories using apt from the commandline:
     
    
        e.g. $ sudo apt-add-repository <ppa repository>
        
     So to add the ubuntugis-unstable and orfeotoolbox-stable-ubuntugis repositories enter the following  
     two commands and follow the given instructions each time:
     
    
        $ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntugis/ubuntugis-unstable  
     
    
        $ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:otb/orfeotoolbox-stable-ubuntugis
         
     Then update the package information
     
    
        $ sudo apt-get update
         
     Now choose your favourite package manager to install the relevant packages (including
     any dependencies) for the particular libraries.   
     
    
     
    
     
    
     Building LUMASS from source
     ===========================
     
    
     1. create a directory for LUMASS' binary files  
     
    
        $ mkdir lumass-bin
        $ cd lumass-bin
     
    
     2. run ccmake to configure the software and generate the Makefile
     
    
        $ ccmake /path/to/lumass/source/directory
     
    
        (inside the ccmake UI)
     
    
        - Press [c] to configure
        - adjust any path entries if required (you can safely ignore  
          'OTB_APPLICATION_LAUNCHER-NOT')  
        - set RASSUPPORT to OFF, if you don't want to build LUMASS with rasdaman  
          support)  
        - Press [c] to configure (again)
        - Press [g] to generate the Makefile and exit ccmake
     
    
     3. call make (you may want to use multiple cores during the build by specifying   
        the -j options)   
     
    
        $ make -j 4 			# ← uses 4 cores
     
    
     4. you're good to go now!
         
     
    
         
     Updating LUMASS source code
     ===========================
     
    
     LUMASS is being continously updated and extended. If you want to update to  
     the most recent version, change into the lumass source directory and pull  
     from the remote lumass repository
     
    
       $ git pull origin master
        
     Then follow the build instructions (see above) from step 2.
    Last edited by Elfy; October 2nd, 2013 at 08:03 AM.

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    Re: 440 error

    I had a quick check for the ubuntugis/ubuntugis-unstable ppa.

    That worked for raring, I've not looked at any of the other ppa's mentioned nor packages as I'm on Saucy.

    There's not anything wrong with the ppa here.

    You need to look further into it as to why it's failing for you.

    It will help people help you if they knew what version of buntu you're trying to get this to work with.

    I read some text to guide for eliminating 440 error. it said that I should untick or disable the repository from "other software" in my "software source".
    then I did that and I have no error now.
    That will happen - the thing causing the error has been disabled. You'll not be able to install lumass though.

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    Re: 404 error when adding additional repository

    Excuse me my english isn't good, you mean I can't install LUMASS if I remove 440 error by disabling PPA address in software source?
    I worked UBUNTU 12.10 and I'm new on it.

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    Re: 404 error when adding additional repository

    ok - had time to dig a bit deeper now.

    Looks like the last version available for those 2 ppa's is for Precise which is 12.04.

    You can fiddle with the source file to point at precise if you want to.

    But I'd not be sure about any other dependencies it might want - no guarantee they'd be available.

    It looks to me like you need to build lumass from source - no mention of that in the install page.

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    Re: 404 error when adding additional repository

    You mean I must ignore this error.
    What do you suggest me.

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