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It looks like they changed the name of their PPA. Try sudo add-apt-repository ppa:neon/ppa Project Neon As stated on their site: "FOR LOVE OF BLUE GEARS! PACKAGES HERE ARE UNSTABLE, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK"
Unless there is something magically different about the new Linux setup versus the old Linux setup, then doing a straight copy would be best. My approach would be like this. First, on the old machine create a .tar.gz archive of the existing user home directory like this; first cd to the parent /home/ directory: cd /home/ Next, create the .tar archive like ...
I'd copy important files only, especially seeing as you're doing fairly major update. /home/<username> contains hidden configuration files for applications. You might run into issues if you copy these existing configuration files over to the new machine which likely has later-versioned (and perhaps a whole bunch of different) applications. Basically, ...
Consider maintaining a copy of the important config files and either copying them from usb after the installation is complete. Here are some of the usual suspects: under home dir: .bashrc .vimrc .ssh/* .bash_* .*history Others: /etc/profile
As stated here, install the xsel package. EDIT: It worked for me, but only for the "Copy User Name / Password" commands (still cannot copy from the entry notes). Another solution could be exporting the password database into the 1.x format (.kdb) and use KeePassX instead, which is a native Qt app.
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