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Some functionality of the dependent packages depend on ImageMagick by definition. This means that the dependent packages (cups etc.) have been built in a way that they require (depend on) ImageMagick to complete certain operations. So, without a working ImageMagick, cups built by Ubuntu will not work as intended. To make sure all the installed packages work ...


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ImageMagick is a suite of command line tools and libraries for working with images and packages that depend on it or uses parts of it to function. Cups uses it for its filters and while it's possible that you don't use any filters that use ImageMagick, I'd recommend that you keep it, because removing it may break Cups. Now, if you still want to remove it, ...


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Go to your terminal and try the following two commands. Press enter after each one. sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get -f install You could also try sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade if the first commands do not work.


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The easiest way to do this is to enable the "Source" repositories in the "Software sources" or "Software and updates" utility, which can be found in the dash, or under the "Tools" menu in the software center. In the Software source utility, on the "Ubuntu software" tab, enable the "Sources" checkbox: This should be enough in order to allow you to get ...


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You have libcurl3-gnutls 7.43.0-1ubuntu2.1 from wily-updates installed but your available libcurl4-gnutls-dev is the version at wily's release, ie. 7.43.0-1ubuntu2. So make sure in your sources that wily-security & wily-updates are enabled. If not then enable, update sources & all will be well. If they are already enabled then find a better mirror....


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Getting the "latest" version of glfw3 → "Ubuntu 16.10 yakkety" has (currently) glfw3-3.2-4 . Add a line to /etc/apt/sources.list : deb-src [url] yakkety universe main ... and run 1) sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get build-dep glfw3 2) sudo apt-get install fakeroot Getting the source and building the packages is one command: cd /home/name/[new-...


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This is very old, but I had a similar problem upgrading to 16.04, so I figured I'd post my solution here in case anyone else suffers from this. The problem is that the delllctservice and delllctservicecontent scripts are missing LSB headers, which tell the system in what order to start them. Somehow during the upgrade this messes up the boot order, which ...


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This is a no command line installation option. I did it as a dummy user. Hope it helps. 1. Browse to https://www.skype.com/en/download-skype/skype-for-computer/ 2. Choose Ubuntu 12.04 (multiarch) from the drop-down menu Let it download.. After finishing the download, just click the file from the browser Install it to your system, you will be ...


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There are two ways of fixing it, the hard way and the easy way. The hard way You didn't type the correct package name for Python Interpreter (v3.4) in your question. Open the terminal and type: sudo apt-get install python3.4 In Ubuntu 14.04, this command will install the python3.4 package correctly. Using the Ubuntu Software Center in Ubuntu 14.04 to ...


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Install TinyOS in Ubuntu 14.04 Visit TinyOS (TinyProd) Debian Development Repository and follow these instructions: Tell apt about the TinyProd Signing Key. wget -O - http://tinyprod.net/repos/debian/tinyprod.key | sudo apt-key add - Add the two new lines to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tinyprod-debian.list: sudo -s cd /etc/apt/sources.list.d echo "deb ...


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You have the GetDeb package repository configured to use the Xenial packages even though your other packages are for Trusty. You need to edit the relevant sources.list file and replace xenial with trusty. Here's one automated way to do it and update the package list: sudo sed -i -e `s/xenial-getdeb/trusty-getdeb/` /etc/apt/sources.list{,.d/*.list} sudo apt-...


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In this website you can see the list of FileZilla packages that are available from the repositories of each Ubuntu version still with official support. As you can see, the latest release of FileZilla -- 3.19.0-1ubuntu1 -- is only available for Ubuntu 16.10, which has not even been released yet. If your Mint distro is based on Trusty, from the normal ...


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I created a script that does exactly what you want: https://gist.github.com/kotarou3/2b311fb7b79ae6b682246b32acf0b7e9 python3-apt and python3-networkx are the dependencies. It uses the apt package cache as the source of package information. Package names themselves are output one per line to stdout, while any comments about them (such as if they are part ...


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As described here. wget http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/q/qtmobility/libqtmultimediakit1_1.2.0-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i libqtmultimediakit1_1.2.0-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb 3.sudo apt-get install -f sudo sh -c "echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/olav-st/xUbuntu_15.10/ /' >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/screencloud....


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After hours of struggle I solved it. I had to remove the dependencies via dpkg -r The full set of actions were: sudo dpkg -r libwine:i386 sudo dpkg -r wine1.6-i386 sudo dpkg -r kali-linux-full sudo dpkg -r regripper sudo dpkg -r sqldict sudo dpkg -r ollydbg sudo dpkg -r wine After that, everything went back to normal. Hope this helps someone helps ...



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