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@Natty tp
 
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I'm not sure if the title here should be shortened or not.
 
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@Natty tp
not off-topic, also it does not seem to qualify to be closed as too broad or under any other close reason (see answer--this is quite narrowly scoped)
Also, it's rather strange that the existing OT close vote is a vote to migrate it to meta.
 
 
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@MdGaziurRahmanNoor I'm not sure about the issue, please ask a question on main site. :)
 
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^^ But it's the OP's self-answer and I think it's better edited than flagged or deleted.
 
@EliahKagan Considering comment, it seems to be from OP.
 
5:56 AM
Yes, it's a self answer. (If you're referring to what I just reported.)
 
I was referring to edit. Sorry for the confusion.
 
Oh, sorry. Yes, that is probably the OP. Approve then?
 
Yeah I approved.
 
@EliahKagan Here's that self -answer in the LQP queue. An edit review would probably be best but I haven't looked in detail to see how it is best handled. I don't want to delete it though.
I'm going to cancel stars on and replace that comment with an identical new one so it can be refeatured (as they do with their links comment in Charcoal).
This other self answer should probably be expanded too, even though it might not be considered NAA as written.
 
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@EliahKagan Edited Q&A
 
 
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (62): No Subwoofer in Ubuntu 19.04 5.1 Surround Sound problem by Chelcy Bobey on askubuntu.com
 
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@Kulfy Thanks.
 
@EliahKagan Post already reported
 
@Natty tp
I'm not sure what to do for this.
 
@Natty fp
 
 
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@EliahKagan I'll pin it when it starts to fall off
 
12:51 PM
@EliahKagan has been edited, but I feel it might be unclear anyway
 
 
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I think the comment and close vote on this question are reasonable, but, I think it would also be reasonable to interpret the question as asking how to install Sublime Text, and I can't seem to figure out how we are supposed to do that these days
 
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@Zanna Thanks. I'm not confident it's clear enough to answer, but I've retracted by OT "EOL" close vote.
@Zanna However one should install Sublime Text these days, I wouldn't expect it to work on 15.04.
Did there used to be a good procedure for installing Sublime Text and now there is not?
I've never used Sublime Text.
I'm not sure that comment is good. Ubuntu 15.04 is not an unsupported flavor of Ubuntu.
 
@Zanna IIRC Sublime 3 is available in official repositories.
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A: gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found

LakeThis problem might occur if you are behind corporate proxy and corporation uses its own certificate. Just add "--no-check-certificate" in the command. e.g. wget --no-check-certificate -qO - http://pkg.jenkins-ci.org/debian/jenkins-ci.org.key | sudo apt-key add - It works. If you want to see what...

 
I couldn't find anything with apt search
 
Like as a Snap package?
 
ooh
 
I don't think the official APT repositories for Ubuntu would have Sublime Text.
But a number of proprietary programs, including programs that require payment (according their licenses) for continued, are available as snaps.
Sublime Text has its own APT repository though: sublimetext.com/docs/3/linux_repositories.html#apt
 
2:59 PM
I have added Sublime's repository :D
 
@EliahKagan true... I wanted to at least comment with a link to something about how to install Sublime Text that works on supported systems
 
@EliahKagan I don't use snaps. They just increase boot up time.
@EliahKagan It works. That's how I added that in my system.
 
By "official repositories" did you mean the APT repositories that the Sublime Text project officially provides?
 
I though Ubuntu's official repository have. But when I rechecked, I was unable to find.
 
3:02 PM
@EliahKagan good question :D
I didn't get their error when I tried it
 
@Zanna Kulfy has confirmed it works too. I think you can helpfully recommend it.
 
it looks like they were trying that method?
so I'm wasting everyone's time by talking about it because it's quite rightly getting closed as EOL?
 
@Zanna Right, but if it works on new Ubuntu systems and they are actually using 15.04, wouldn't recommending they do it on a newer release make sense?
 
yes, it would
 
@Zanna That's not what I'm saying or thinking.
@Zanna If you like, I can easily check if it can be installed from those repositories on 14.04.
I'm not sure I can easily run it though.
(The official LXD images for 14.04 are still available.)
 
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@EliahKagan I didn't think that you were thinking or saying that! Sorry. I was thinking that myself
 
No apology necessary! I had not assumed you were thinking I had thought that, I just wanted to be sure... :)
 
I have commented on the question and it has been closed
 
Okay.
 
thanks for your help both
 
You're welcome.
...I just checked, though, and that procedure works fine on 14.04, suggesting it should work on 15.04.
Searching the web for "gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found" turns up various possibilities, in general (not specific to Sublime Text). They're getting the URL for the key right so the problem probably has to do with gpg. If it's not caused by a proxy or Internet connection then upgrading may solve it, I guess, but there are other approaches.
 
@Natty tp
 
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@EliahKagan ah
 
4:10 PM
so I'm wrong again XD
 
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@Natty tp
 
5:39 PM
is this question answerable? I can't figure out exactly what they want
 
 
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@Zanna They want to control which applications get installed with the system.
 
like, choose packages during installation?
It would actually be awesome if the installer had options like that
 
I believe this can be done.
With the minimal or old alternate CD, I think there may be a way to do it from within the installer.
 
now I've reviewed 20 close votes so I can't vote to leave the question open, but I'll try to remember to do that tomorrow if it's still in the queue
 
With Ubiquity, it copies over the live environment and then fixes it up (for example, uninstalling some packages like Ubiquity itself). So I expect that uninstalling the applications one doesn't want before running Ubiquity would result in an installed system without those packages installed.
 
oooh!
I didn't realise that
 
6:58 PM
I don't remember if I've tried that or not with Ubiquity. If I have, it was a long time ago.
 
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I don't think this question should be closed. The OP found a workaround, but can still produce the problem. More answers might still help others.
 
 
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@EliahKagan This post was edited by the OP as a response to the 1st comment.
 

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