eanfrid wrote:Just because these paths are plain wrong. Linux Mint is not a version of Ubuntu... Correct paths should refer to "quantal", not "nadia".
Okay, that would explain it then.
Should they even be there? Should I just change the "nadia" to "quantal" or just do away with them altogether? Would the other ones, the Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal), the Recommended Updates, the Important Security Updates, etc...) be the only ones I really need?
Btw, I didn't put those there myself. I first installed Mint 14 and they weren't there. I had a couple of problems with Software Manager and Synaptic so, instead of doing a reinstall and losing all of my customizations, I did a Repair Install and that is when they appeared. So, something off of the Mint 14 Cinnamon install disk put them there.