Updating headers in ubuntu
Lets see how to tackle these problem one by one: Run the Update Manager.
And go to Settings as shown in the pic below: Now here, go to the Ubuntu Software tab and make sure that Software is restricted by copyright or legal issues field is checked.
It happens quite often that we encounter errors while trying to run an update in Ubuntu.
There are several type of errors and in this post we will see how to solve some of the most common errors encountered during update of packages in Ubuntu. An unresolvable problem occurred while initializing the package information.
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