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This is from the log ...No space left on device No apport report written because the error message indicates a disk full error... So check your disk space by df -h Or open file explorer (nautilus) to check. Empty your trash, delete unused files and run update and install -f again.
Fire this at command line: $ sudo apt-get install -f This checks your lib and if it finds unmet dependency, it'll fetch the needed files and install them. Meanwhile - that dependency version of image-generic told me that you are running on 12.04. Perhaps this case will do the trick: $ sudo apt-get install syslinux-themes-debian-wheezy $ sudo ...
You can use Synaptic to lock a version, or force it (in case you keep several versions). These options are in the "Package" menu. I understand "force" is the one applicable in your case. This link may be instructive and has screenshots as well: http://techfrp.blogspot.com/2010/12/tip-how-to-force-and-lock-version.html
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