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How to Fix Unable To Locate a Package In Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

How to Fix Unable To Locate a Package In Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
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How to Fix Unable To Locate a Package In Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

If you are “Unable to locate the package.” while using Ubuntu then this blog post is for you. In this blog post, we will show you the reason for the error along with the solution too.

How to Fix Unable To Locate a Package In Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

What is the reason for the “Unable to Locate a Package” Error?

Most of the time, you will see this error while trying to install the package in Ubuntu. This happens when Ubuntu is unable to find the package that you are trying to install in your Ubuntu.

Run the following command to update your Ubuntu at first.

sudo apt update

Note: Either the package that you are trying to install is unavailable for that Ubuntu version, or the package is available in the Universe repository, but your Ubuntu is unable to access it.

Sometimes the package is available in-universe repository. So, If you want your Ubuntu to use universe repo then you need to enable universe and multiverse repositories through the following command:

sudo add-apt-repository universe multiverse

 

 

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