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I fixed it! I found the solution here: trying to overwrite 'file', which is also in package '*', how to solve? I removed the package that needed to be overwritten (as listed in the command line), and it got rid of OpenOffice and reinstalled LibreOffice. The software said that my computer was up-to-date, so that fixed it.
After discussing in chat with Timur Fayzrakhmanov and Mateo (here), Timur Fayzrakhmanov managed to install Ubuntu-SDK. The problem was with that some packages was not getting authenticated, which was causing dependency problem. I thank to Mateo for helping in the chat.
You can use Cube. It is a portable package manager capable of downloading packages and list of latest repositories from other computers with internet connection (Linux or Windows), and installs it back to your original computer, offline. Check this tutorial on how it works.
Looks like something went wrong and now the package dependencies are broken. Go through the steps in How do I resolve unmet dependencies to get things back in order. Basically that's sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get -f install ubuntu-desktop Make sure you keep the output from these commands. If it's still broken ...
First remove the python-pkg-resources completely using sudo apt-get purge python-pkg-resources Once completed successfully, first run sudo apt-get -f install then sudo apt-get install python-pip
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