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I am using Sony Laptop with dual booting windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.10. The kernel was upgraded from 2.6.3.24 to 2.6.35.25. Then network manager was uninstalled. When diagnosis the case ...
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    Network not connecting


    I am using Sony Laptop with dual booting windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.10. The kernel was upgraded from 2.6.3.24 to 2.6.35.25. Then network manager was uninstalled. When diagnosis the case i.e., Synaptic. I got " Problem in Synaptic. This is not a genuine Ubuntu package. Similarly when I tried Software Centre. The same message I got that is, Problem in software centre. This is not a genuine ubuntu package. Please give me an idea.

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    Enesbe

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    It's possible that you may have broken your repositories but I'll need a bit more information before I can help you. I've realized that when it comes to Ubuntu it's wiser to wait for a few months before updating the kernel because sometimes the packages have not been updated to accomodate it yet.

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    Unless you have lots of custom changes to your install, the simple answer is to back up your data and reinstall.
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