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Hey all, I have Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04 installed and I was looking to try the Ubuntu-studio and when trying to install that, I got cold feet during the install and abandoned it. Afterwards, when trying to install a couple of other programs, I get an error that shows the following:

“Please insert the disk labeled: Ubuntu-studio 9.04_jaunty jackalope_-Release i386 (20090421.4) in drive /cdrom/”

I had the iso disk for Ubuntu studio in the drive during this time. I attempted to repair the issue with the uninstalled dependencies (kommander?) using Synaptic, but I still have the issue of the aforementioned error. How can I tell Ubuntu to stop with this particular error and allow me to install applications again? I can install small applications, but something like “Inkscape” fails due to seeking for the Ubuntu studio disk.

Im pretty new to Ubuntu so Im not real familiar with installing and uninstalling programs and even less on how to undo mistakes. Any help would be appreciated!

Thank you in advance.

Steve


tagabukid
May 15th, 2009, 11:19 PM
You have to disable the cd-rom as a software source.

System> Administration> Software Sources

On the “Third Party Software tab” uncheck cdrom:[Ubuntu-studio 9.04_jaunty jackalope_-Release i386 20090421.4]

that should be it..

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