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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 : How to install a newer PSPP version via Adam Zammits

From: Friedrich Beckmann
Subject: Re: Ubuntu 14.04 : How to install a newer PSPP version via Adam Zammits ppa
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2016 10:35:35 +0200

Hi Frank,

you have some gwibber-daily corrupted ppa added to your list of pkg sources. You need to remove this.

Could you check the directory 


for a file which contains something with gwibber? If there is such a file remove it. 

Check the file /etc/apt/sources.list for a line containing something with gwibber. If you find something
remove the line. 

Then run

sudo apt-get update


Am 10.06.2016 um 10:23 schrieb Frank Cai <address@hidden>:

 Hello Friedrich,

Pls kindly check the enclosed file for a screen-shot, which is stop at step (c) like last time, some files missed or fail download...

Thanks a lot,
------------------ Original ------------------
Date:  Thu, Jun 9, 2016 00:25 AM
To:  "Frank Cai"<address@hidden>;
Cc:  "pspp-users"<address@hidden>;
Subject:  Ubuntu 14.04 : How to install a newer PSPP version via Adam Zammits ppa
Hi Frank,

the default pspp version in Ubuntu 14.04 is 0.7.9 which is quite old. You can install a newer version
of pspp via the ppa from Adam Zammit. You need to do the following steps:

a) Uninstall the current 0.7.9 version

sudo apt-get remove pspp

b) Check your current version:

address@hidden:~$ dpkg-query -l | grep pspp
rc  pspp                                                  0.7.9+git20120620-1.2                               amd64        Statistical analysis tool

This is the version that will be installed when you run: sudo apt-get install pspp

c) Add Adam Zammits PPA to your package sources:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:adamzammit/pspp

d) Now update your source database

sudo apt-get update

d) Check that the new version is available

apt-cache show pspp

=> You will see the two pspp packages 0.7.9 and 0.10.1 from Adam

e) Install the package

sudo apt-get install pspp

f) Run the GUI


Could you try this recipe?


> Am 07.06.2016 um 12:07 schrieb Friedrich Beckmann <address@hidden>:
> Hi Frank,
> thanks for your clarification. 0.7.9 is a quite old release which was automatically taken for Ubuntu 14.04 as it passed the regression at that point of time. However, the GUI is not part of the regression testing, so there might be quite some problems.
> Could you maybe take a version from Adam Zammits ppa which contains newer versions of pspp:
> Could you try with a later version of pspp and report if this works? Check under „Technical details about his PPA“ how
> to install from the ppa.
> Regards
> Friedrich
>> Am 07.06.2016 um 04:29 schrieb Frank Cai <address@hidden>:
>> Hello Friedrich,
>> Thanks for reply.
>>>> I use Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and PSPP version is 0.7.9 as default;
>>>> When I finished the field definition  at “variable view” , and go back to the “data view” sheet, I can only input some data till the data reach to the “window bottom” ,  the “data cell” or  cursor CAN’T move down to below “data unit”, the “scroll bar” is NOT appear at “window right side”, it’s display “a red line” at right and bottom of the “data view window”.
>>>> I think the data can be input in “the whole data screen”  after finished “variable define”; BUT “input scope” only limit in the current window screen as seen, the screen same like not to scroll.
>> Thanks
>> Frank
>> 发件人: Friedrich Beckmann [mailto:address@hidden]
>> 发送时间: 2016年6月6日 22:22
>> 收件人: Frank Cai
>> 抄送: bug-gnu-pspp
>> 主题: Re: PSPP-BUG: can't input more than 20 datas
>> Hi Frank,
>> can you say which version of pspp you are using?
>> What happens if you click to the cells and type some numbers?
>> Does the focus change, when you click into another cell?
>> Friedrich
>>> Am 06.06.2016 um 14:01 schrieb Frank Cai <address@hidden>:
>>> Hello,
>>> I don't know what's wrong with my data input, but I can only input 20 datas in data view page . what's wrong with my operation?
>>> PS. OS, Ubuntu 14.04,
>>> Thanks a lot,
>>> Frank
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