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apt-get can't install a deb package, use dpkg: sudo dpkg -i wkhtmltox-0.12.2.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb


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To install a locally stored .deb package use dpkg. Try: sudo dpkg -i /path/to/your/package.deb apt takes care of the dependency problems which dpkg can not. There is an interesting project dpkg-offline which is currently under development. To quote from the README of the project, This tool will download a set of .deb packages needed to install all of ...


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Quick Summary To install a manually downloaded .deb package and also automatically download and install the packages it depends on from your configured repositories: You can run sudo apt-get -f install after installing your .deb with dpkg -i. Or use gdebi to install a .deb package and automatically resolve its dependencies (apt-get will not do this, but ...


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I assume that the following steps will not solve the problem. Both packages, wireshark-common and libwireshark-data try to create the same file. Please contact Thomas Dreibholz. Let us still try. It is possible that aptitude proposes different versions for conflict resolution. Look at all the proposals and choose the best. I can not foresee the problems. ...


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There is a file that is auto-generated that tells apt-get what kernels to autoremove and which ones to keep. The file that tells apt-get which kernels they are is /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/01autoremove-kernels which is generated from /etc/kernel/postinst.d/apt-auto-removal. Usually what happens is that when you are receiving kernel updates, when the kernel ...


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To make zfs compatible again with spl, as root: apt-get install ubuntu-zfs zfs-dkms zpool import -a zfs mount -a (This summarizes the comments with gertvdijk, who deserves the credit for this answer but may have lost interest as almost a week has passed.)


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It's the same repository (pool) for all series; and in any case you can never reuse a version for files with different content once it's been used in any given archive. You must upload with a changed version number in order to get new builds.


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Make sure that you're in the same directory as the .deb file and that you're using the right file name for the dpkg command.


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In the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, `/var/lib/ is stated as (in italic the most important part): 5.8.1 Purpose This hierarchy holds state information pertaining to an application or the system. State information is data that programs modify while they run, and that pertains to one specific host. Users must never need to modify files in ...


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Ok, so anyone else who happens to come by this issue, my boss managed to figure it out: I had the wrong version Python running. After switching back from Python 3.4 to Python 2.7.8, the problem was fixed.


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You are looking for package mat (Metadata Anonymisation Toolkit). Install it by: sudo apt-get install mat Also note that, mat -c will not clear metadata, it will check if the file in consideration is free of harmful metadatas. Check man mat for details. mat is available on the universe repository. If universe repository is not enabled already, you need ...


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It looks like netbeans is not ready for vivid as of now. You can however, install it by running the following commands: sudo apt-get install gdebi wget http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/n/netbeans/netbeans_7.0.1+dfsg1-5ubuntu2_all.deb sudo gdebi netbeans_7.0.1+dfsg1-5ubuntu2_all.deb Review any changes before confirming to accept. You will ...


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Snappy Personal, their new approach to package management/updating that's designed to be faster, more reliable, transactional, and with stronger security. Snappy for at least one of their desktop spins -- the plan is to switch Ubuntu's Desktop-Next spin from .deb over to Snappy Personal. .deb will still there and a normal user can still use it regularly ...


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That should work: sudo rm /var/lib/dpkg/info/doc-base.* sudo apt-get install --reinstall doc-base


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This rename 's/\.list$/.list.disable/' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list renamed all files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ from *.list to *.list.disabled. Probably the easiest to do would be to turn the rename around: So that would be ... rename 's/\.list.disable$/.list/' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list.disable sudo apt-get update


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Repository sources are kept in /etc/apt/sources.list. This file tells apt which repositories to check for updates. When several extra repositories are added, the list can get long and hard to maintain; so .list files are sometimes added to /etc/apt/sources.list.d. This makes it easier to enable and disable repositories as you need them. Behind the scenes ...


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apt-get only removes or purges something if you tell it to. Maybe you have usedapt-get purge or apt-get remove to delete the other version. Another possibility is that some other package has a hard dependency on 3.13.0-52...


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Disclaimer: This solution works now, but not guaranteed to be future-proof. After installing stable (and its dependencies) the convenient way... Download a .deb file from here (I'm using unstable in the example): https://www.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel mkdir tmp dpkg-deb -R google-chrome-unstable_current_amd64.deb tmp sudo cp -r ...


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There is not a 1-to-1 relationship between binary packages and their corresponding source packages. Reasons for this include: In some cases, multiple binary packages will be derived from a single source The names will be slightly different to reflect versioning of the binary packgage Some packages do not directly include binaries, but instead only specify ...


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Edit your sources.list file as the superuser. sudo kate /etc/apt/sources.list Comment out the following line: deb-src http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy-security universe restricted multiverse main #Added by software-properties It worked for me. URL : https://www.kubuntuforums.net/showthread.php?58645-Error-when-updating.


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I'm behind a proxy. I had configured apt-get to use the proxy, but I had a trailing slash in the proxy url. For some things, such as getting the list of sources, this worked fine. But for downloading the actual artifacts, this caused an issue. The solution was to remove the trailing slash from the proxy url.



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