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Have you tried this: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install -f and it might work fine this.


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The main problem is: Depends: libstdc++6 (>= 4.9) but 4.8.4-2ubuntu1~14.04 is to be installed and the installation of the needed version fails $ apt-get download libstdc++6 $ sudo dpkg -i libstdc++6_4.9.2-10ubuntu13_amd64.deb ... dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of libstdc++6:amd64: libstdc++6:amd64 depends on gcc-4.9-base (= ...


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As the apt-get check output suggested, please run sudo apt-get install -f That should automatically install all required packages to fix unmet dependencies.


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By default the Ubuntu package management installs all applications for all users. This will not stop you from manually installing additional applications to a user's HOME directory. In this case you will have to copy this installation over to the other user's HOME. Most applications will store user defined settings in a user's HOME. Most but depending on ...


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I used this Python script to parse the log file for all the packages that were installed as dependencies of xinit and ubuntu-desktop: REMOVETHESE='xinit','ubuntu-desktop' #Return an input string with everything parenthesized removed. def removeParenthesized(inp): while "(" in inp: opening=inp.find("(")-1 ending=inp.find(")")+1 ...


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I am running 14.04. I've got this error, then I installed default-jre and then I could remove ubuntu-desktop by tasksel.


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There is repo that contain hadoop and spark packages for Ubuntu: http://bigtop.apache.org I believe it is not always up to latest shiny release - but newer than 2 years. # curl http://www.apache.org/dist/bigtop/bigtop-1.0.0/repos/debian8/bigtop.list > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/bigtop.list # apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys ...


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AlexGreg suggested a reinstall...at first I did just that with synaptic, with no joy. But doing a "complete removal" in synaptic, then installing the package, did work.


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Attempting a somewhat unsatisfactory answer, starting with 3 observations: you are not alone the aptitude version changed from 0.6.11 (in Ubuntu 15.04) to 0.7.3 /usr/share/aptitude/NEWS lists the changes between the two versions, and for 0.7.2 we read under "internal changes" Improve retrieval of source package information with (upcoming) APT 1.1. ...



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