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Yes, apt-get autoremove is the command to use; it'll remove dependencies that were installed automatically and are no longer required. You can choose during removal of a program to remove the dependencies at the same time with apt-get remove --auto-remove packagename. You can also use Bleachbit - it does the following: BleachBit deletes unnecessary ...


Install both deb packages at the same time. Go into the download folder of odbcinst1debian2_2.2.14p2-5ubuntu3_amd64.deb and odbcinst_2.2.14p2-5ubuntu3_amd64.deb and install via sudo dpkg -i odbcinst* or via sudo dpkg -i odbcinst1debian2_2.2.14p2-5ubuntu3_amd64.deb odbcinst_2.2.14p2-5ubuntu3_amd64.deb Or change the dependencies in one of deb files as ...


In most cases (source files are not consistent), you can remove the source files, tarball etc if you want. This however may make it difficult to remove the software depending on how you installed it, and the software itself. If you used checkinstall, or don't think you want to remove the packages later, you can delete the source tarball(s) and free up space ...


yes you may use apt-get autoremove to get rid those. But with term that dependencies was installed via apt-get command. If those dependencies are installed manually from tarball or source, then no other way you need to remove it manually.


Why should one install or not install the built software, what are the pros and cons of it? Answer: Basically we built the software because of two conditions. 1. The software is not available from repository. 2. The need to use specific software version that is not also available from repository. These two points can be the pro. The cons is that ...


Pros and cons of building from source: Pros: When installing from source you know what YOU are compiling and installing. There's no patch that breaks more things than it repairs... A lot of the bigger programs/utilities have different functionalities that may be enabled or disabled at compile time. If a program is compiled for use on a particular CPU - ...


For Ubuntu 14.04.3 try this workaround: sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libgl1-mesa-dri-lts-vivid:i386 libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-vivid:i386

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