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if you look at the output command, you have installed isc-dhcp-server instead of dhcp3-server. So all you have to do is sudo apt-get remove isc-dhcp-server


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From your 1st link: Be mindful that, you need at least 50GB or more free space in your local or external hard drive. From your 2nd link: For a complete mirror cache your server needs at least 120G free space reserved for local repositories. So you can expect at least 120Gb for a complete mirror. But... even without a number I would just get a ...


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Debian has the popularity contest: http://popcon.debian.org/


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The metapackages that depend on the actual kernel packages got removed when you removed the actual packages. These metapackages are used to signal availability of new kernel versions. For the moment, install old versions: sudo apt-get install linux-generic=<old-version> You can find out the old version available using apt-cache policy linux-generic. ...


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You will be able to install the software again in the future. purge, except from the application files, removes the configuration files used by that application as well.


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You will be able to install it normally. The only difference between purge and regular remove is that purge destroys your settings. So if you reinstall, your previous settings will be lost.


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I had this issue just now. What I did was purge the errant package using dpkg in my case then update and force the reinstall: sudo dpkg --purge linux-image-3.13.0-35-generic sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -f install The installation process may take a bit longer, but it worked in the end.


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I had the same problem but was not very happy with the solutions here or the solutions did not work for me. What I found out to get it running is to send a NULL input to apt-get, so that it continues to work. It looks like this: apt-get -y install gcc g++ make cmake perl < "/dev/null" cd ~/ mkdir t1 cd t1 #newline Hope other people can use this ...


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Ok, following advice from Trouble downloading updates due to a "Hash sum mismatch" error, I cleared out APT's lists and re-synced it. Everything fine now. Just remove the content of /var/lib/apt/lists directory: sudo rm -fR /var/lib/apt/lists/* then run: sudo apt-get update


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You have spaces in the repository name. It should be: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:paolorotolo/android-studio



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