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From ivanmarcus <>
Subject Re: SSH issue with Ubuntu 18.04 - updated detail
Date Thu, 16 Aug 2018 19:39:37 GMT
No, nothing disabled. This was a clean version of server, installed in a 
VM, following which the only commands issued were to set a root pw, su, 
update, upgrade and the requisite package install for Guacamole...

Maybe I'll redo the base install just to see if there was anything amiss.

Otherwise thanks for the suggestion but as mentioned I'm not concerned 
about it and realise there are easier ways to install, it's more about 
trying to find out why this is occurring in case it happens to anyone 
else and/or there's a need to update install detail I guess (although I 
really think this problem is an outlier as I see others have installed 
Guacamole on 18.04 ok).

I did wonder if it could be something to do with the local (NZ) mirror, 
but haven't got any further than that at this stage.

On 16/08/2018 11:57 p.m., brian mullan wrote:
> Did you disable any of the "repositories" ?
> Install & run synaptic and search there for the lib you need using 
> just the root of the name (ie libssh for example).
> On Thu, Aug 16, 2018, 7:53 AM M D Barber < 
> <>> wrote:
>     does 18.04 not have the same option as 16.04 during the install to
>     set different roles for the server? (and thus i assume install a
>     different range of packages from the selection)
>     Nick Couchman wrote:
>>     On Thu, Aug 16, 2018 at 1:00 AM ivanmarcus <
>>     <>> wrote:
>>         Thanks Nick, I can only assume I must be special then :-)
>>         apt-get install build-essential autoconf libtool m4
>>         libpng-dev libjpeg-dev libcairo-dev libossp-uuid-dev
>>         libtelnet-dev libpango1.0-dev libfreerdp-dev libssh2-1-dev
>>         libwebp-dev libvncserver-dev libpulse-dev libvorbis-dev
>>         Reading package lists... Done
>>         Building dependency tree
>>         Reading state information... Done
>>         Note, selecting 'libcairo2-dev' instead of 'libcairo-dev'
>>         Package libssh2-1-dev is not available, but is referred to by
>>         another package.
>>         This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
>>         is only available from another source
>>         E: Unable to locate package libossp-uuid-dev
>>         E: Unable to locate package libtelnet-dev
>>         E: Unable to locate package libfreerdp-dev
>>         E: Package 'libssh2-1-dev' has no installation candidate
>>         This is from a bare 18.04 server install, updated/upgraded.
>>     Yeah, that's pretty much what I'm doing - I'm using 18.04.1,
>>     Server ISO, and update/upgrade, but we should be getting to the
>>     same point.  Very strange.
>>     -Nick
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