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14-Feb-2016 07:48

And when I run sudo apt-get update, a couple packages say Hit but most are listed as Ign (which I assume stands for Ignored).

I know that Mint purposely avoids installing some updates because they're not yet considered stable, but this looks like it's not even fetching the list of available updates.

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Regarding your doubt of Ign and Hits while updating software database, it's quite normal.

I'm new to Linux Mint 12 and I can't tell for sure, but I think I'm missing some updates.

When I run update manager and it's fetching the list of packages to be updated, a bunch of packages list status: failed.

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Regarding your doubt of Ign and Hits while updating software database, it's quite normal.

I'm new to Linux Mint 12 and I can't tell for sure, but I think I'm missing some updates.

When I run update manager and it's fetching the list of packages to be updated, a bunch of packages list status: failed.

Seeds supplied by The Climbing Fig™ are fresh, high quality seeds stored under controlled-environment conditions to ensure maximum seed viability and germination success.

Bioassays are regularly performed on all seeds to confirm ongoing seed viability.

We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience.