There may be a problem with the network or with the server.
In my case, the same error was caused (as suggested in the error output) by the repositories for my release (13.04) being unavailable.
However the desktop version of LTS releases before 12.04 were supported for only three years.
Releases 14.04, and 16.04 are the current LTS releases.
The error seems to be due to the OS lacking the 32-bit architecture support. This gcc-multilib meta package in 14.04 is the closest drop-in replacement for the ia32-libs meta package that was in 12.04 that I have encountered so far, but it still doesn't satisfy package dependencies that are explicitly set to ia32-libs.
But when I tried to compile some C code, I encounter the following error. While tangentially about programming, the solution will be more of a linux configuration answer, not a programming one.
If this is the case, you can simply remove the installation command. This is because the image has disappeared in the repository.
In this article I will tell you how to install MC in version 4.8.11 on Ubuntu OS.
EDIT: According to upgrade documentation you can directly upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 ("Trusty Tahr") from Ubuntu 13.10 ("Saucy Salamander") without the Unfortunately this is all up to date: apt-get dist-upgrade Reading package lists...
Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Google Chrome will be upgraded to 54.0.2840.100 Chrome Driver will be upgraded to 2.27 We only support 9.5 at this moment, but 9.6 was installed and running in the build image accidentally.
Are you still running Ubuntu 13.04 and do you want to run a latest Ubuntu 14.04.
First of all check if you already have MC installed (and if yes, what is its version).