[Sugar-devel] Install sucrose
tony_anderson at usa.net
Mon Dec 3 05:10:54 EST 2018
Sadly, this is not the problem. The Universe repository was enabled.
wiki.debian.org/sugar/#Running the Sugar interface says Upcoming Debian
9 "Stretch" will include 0.110. (We are on 0.112).
Packages overiview for Debian Sugar Team says sugar: 0.110.0-3 as stable
and 0.112.6 with 7 bugs and unstable. Naturally I don't know whether any
of this refers to 'sucrose' in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
On 12/1/18 6:12 PM, Alex Perez wrote:
> It sounds like you do not have the 'universe' apt repository enabled,
> since this is where the sucrose package lives, according to
> With Ubuntu 18.04, you should just be able to run "sudo
> add-apt-repository universe" and enable it.
>> Tony Anderson <mailto:tony_anderson at usa.net>
>> Friday, November 30, 2018 9:34 PM
>> I am trying to install sugar on a Windows laptop.
>> I was able to get 50gb unallocated space and installed ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
>> The command 'sudo apt install sucrose' returned package not found.
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