I keep running into weird permissions issues on a server called nucserv...
exharris@nucserv:~/Downloads$ cat /etc/issue Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS \n \l
Today..plex media server told me it was due an update, not essential, so I downloaded it and just tried to run :0
exharris@nucserv:~/Downloads$ sudo apt install plexmediaserver_188.8.131.523-0f4abfbcc_amd64.deb
It asked for me for a password and then said
[sudo] password for exharris: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package plexmediaserver_184.108.40.2063-0f4abfbcc_amd64.deb E: Couldn't find any package by glob 'plexmediaserver_220.127.116.113-0f4abfbcc_amd64.deb' E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'plexmediaserver_18.104.22.1683-0f4abfbcc_amd64.deb'
I think it may be permissions. la-all | grep plex says
exharris@nucserv:~/Downloads$ ls -all | grep plex -rw-rw-r-- 1 exharris exharris 75202898 Oct 19 14:23 plexmediaserver_22.214.171.1244-f2cae8d6b_amd64.deb -rw-rw-r-- 1 exharris exharris 86884196 Oct 28 15:30 plexmediaserver_126.96.36.1993-0f4abfbcc_amd64.deb
(v1944 is an old plex update one I also failed to install... , I don't believe one has to install them have to install them all in order, but might be wrong.)
Kubuntu Software Centre says it is not due an update?
I downloaded these .debs from Chromium whilst logged onto the server via Google Chrome Remote Desktop. Unsure if relevant.