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Kudos for figuring out the root of your problem. Something to watch for in your future endeavors - meta-packages can cause this issue as well; for example if you installed the 'lubuntu' meta-package and attempted to change/remove components, many have automatic replacements that will leave you running in circles as you attempt to adjust your installed ...


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This issue was caused by the package update-sun-jre. Removing that package fixed the issue. This was a 3rd party package from http://www.duinsoft.nl/packages.php?t=en.


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[ANSWERING THE ACTUAL QUESTION], Yes, there is an EASY way to look up packages installed on a particular date, even if it was done inside of terminal using apt-get. If you install the Synaptic Package Manager, which which is freely installable from the Ubuntu Software Center, you need only open its FILE menu and choose the "History" option. There you will ...


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Setting up man-db (2.6.7.1-1) ... dpkg: error processing package man-db (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 This means that the postinst script for the man-db package failed. You can check why using: dkpg --configure -D 777 man-db Get help on using -D with dpkg -Dh. You can also run the postinst ...


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The terminal input language has been changed to English. Following the command, the terminal is questioning the user in french but the answer need to be in English (y orY instead of o or O). To fix this issue: Open a terminal Type locale and make sure everything is setup in English (or your native language) If not: Type sudo gedit /etc/default/locale ...


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I got the MBpart1ep0.f to compile as an amd64 binary instead of i386, so this might be easier. sudo apt-get install gfortran libmathlib2-dev libcuba3-dev I then compiled with: gfortran -o out10 MBpart1ep0.f -lmathlib -lcuba Unfortunately, the out10 file segfaults immediately with the call to cuhre_. Looking at the code, the problem seems to be that the ...


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Well, this is it. Looks like sometimes we are in search of the most tangled way to do something as simple as 'enmod' ; ) Like Boinst says: sudo php5enmod mcrypt. Then reload apache.



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