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In Linux, like I think in all Unixes, when a process has an open file, it can continue to access it even if you delete it. After deletion the file is unreachable by other processes (there is no directory entry for it), but processes that had opened it before deletion can continue to access it using the handle the kernel gave them when they had opened it. The ...


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I have fixed it by comment of Glueon. And it is working fine now. Had the same problem. sudo apt-get clean; sudo apt-get update didn't help. As i remember i removed securiy repo, did apt-get update, then added it back and apt-get update once again.


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Similar to @theterribletrivium answer but even simpler why not use apt-proxy which was designed specifically for this - and may even be available as an official package depending on your distro ?


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Simple is relative, but most web proxies offer caching functionality either by default or with minimal configuration. Simply install a web proxy of some kind and point your proxy configuration to this system. We're generally asked to avoid naming specific products, but Squid can work in this instance. With squid specifically the configuration directive you ...


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If you really need that specific version, you should use the Postgresql APT repos in addition to the Ubuntu repos. The are located at http://apt.postgresql.org/pub/repos/apt/ The README file has instructions for using it. Proof, using that old build on a new Ubuntu 14.04 system: # grep DESC /etc/lsb-release ; apt-cache show postgresql-plperl-9.0 ...



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