You just add on "non-free" at the end of each repo, like the example below:
If you wanted contributed packages then you could also add "non-free contrib" to each repo line.
Don't forget to do an "apt update" to see the new packages, this is especially handy for getting more drivers for devices with the firmware-linux-nonfr........
Linux Mint offers an easy and painless upgrade path through the last 3 versions, which means no more reinstalling to stay current with the latest version.
The only catch is that you need the latest of each version, so for 18, you need 18.3 before you can go to 19, and then 19.3 (or latest), until you go to 20. However, it's really a small price to pay and on the machines we've tested, the upgrade went seamlessly each time (although sometimes video drivers/custom kernel modules l........
I installed Ubuntu 11.04 for testing purposes but I couldn't even download SSH server:
sudo sed -i -e 's/us.archive.ubuntu.com/old-releases.ubuntu.com/g' /etc/apt/sources.list
After running the above make sure you do a "apt-get update"
Note with the above that Ihave the search string of "us.archive.ubuntu.com" change it to whatever is in your sources.list
The above does not fix all repositories either, I haven't had a chance t........
It's a bit of a pain that many basic third party tools that aren't put of the main Centos/RHEL repositories are not available unless you compile them or install the RPMForge Repo.
*Updated 08/29 with new download location changed from apt.sw.be to rpmforge.sw.be
Here's a quick, simple/cut&paste way to do it:
rpm -i rpmforge........