Ubuntu updating connection failed
When I was trying to install "git" in bash, it always had a problem connecting to ubuntu's servers. I also went directly to the file it was attempting to download and was able to download the deb it couldn't find. I included this also [email protected]:/mnt/c/Users/Matthew# apt-get install git Reading package lists...
Yes I have internet, Yes I can browse using a browser. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information...
Users of Ubuntu Server editions that don’t include a graphical user interface or an X Server will still see the same warnings in the virtual console.
While it might be considered a tad embarrassing, the first step is always to check your Internet connection.
- connect (13: Permission denied) [IP: 91.1 80] Cannot initiate the connection to archive.ubuntu.com:80 (91.1).
Recently, I change my software Repo source, My ubuntu is 14.04 in a virtualbox.
$ sudo apt-get update Err Sources Connection failed [IP: 91.1 80] Err Sources Connection failed [IP: 91.1 80] I'm using ubuntu 14.04, and using another sites like google, yahoo, sql, and other many sites, and yes I'm behind a proxy, and when I use this command it's trying automatically to connect with more than one mirror like , Connection failed [IP: 91.1 80] Connection failed [IP: 91.1 80] Connection failed [IP: 91.1 80] Connection failed [IP: 91.1 80] or what do you mean by another mirror?
In this article, we shall see various types of frequently occurring update errors in Ubuntu and how to fix them.
deb natty main restricted deb-src natty main restricted ## Major bug fix updates produced after the final release of the ## distribution.
deb natty-updates main restricted deb-src natty-updates main restricted ## N. software from this repository is ENTIRELY UNSUPPORTED by the Ubuntu ## team.
If you were instead attempting to use the terminal to update Ubuntu, then you might have received some other sort of software updater error from the apt-get package management utility.
This problem is found on all Ubuntu derivatives as well, including Lubuntu, Xubuntu and Kubuntu as well as Ubuntu Mate.
## This software is not part of Ubuntu, but is offered by Canonical and the ## respective vendors as a service to Ubuntu users.