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Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. That line from the output you received (when trying to install libgtk2.0-dev) seems to indicate you need to fix broken and missing packages. Try this: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade --fix-missing --fix-broken Then, assuming that was successful, you should be able to run the ...


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I was running into the same situation and I found this post that gave the clues to solve my problem. In my case, what happened is that running the upgrade it tried to set the kernel 3.13.0-53-generic, and got the same issues. It wasn't a problem of downloading but configuring. My /boot partition had some space, but not big enough for the new kernel to get ...


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Sometimes the package dependencies are related to packages out of x86_64 architecture. Try these following steps: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev I hope to help you.


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Grive is discontinued, alternatively Install grive2 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install grive Grive2 will download / upload new or changed files from the directory you run it. So firstly, let's create a new folder - we'll call it "grive" -, in your home directory: mkdir -p ~/grive Next, navigate ...


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-f, --fix-broken Fix; attempt to correct a system with broken dependencies in place. This option, when used with install/remove, can omit any packages to permit APT to deduce a likely solution. If packages are specified, these have to completely correct the problem. The option is sometimes necessary when ...


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Linux americostechadmin-phpserver 3.13.0-53-generic #89-Ubuntu SMP Wed May 20 10:34:28 UTC 2015 i686 i686 i686 GNU/Linux This shows that your system is 32 bit i686 instead you are installing 64bit package, so this raises that errors. To solve that run the command: sudo apt-get -f install press y , this would remove the package you are going to ...


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Try this link: OpenCV installation for Ubuntu 12.04.


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I have had this error before so i ran software updater and then it said cannot find repository information, after a few min an update came up and i ran the update, after that everything went back to normal.


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Test this: Download this files to 32 bits: http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/g/gtk+2.0/libgtk2.0-dev_2.24.10-0ubuntu6_i386.deb http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/g/gtk+2.0/gir1.2-gtk-2.0_2.24.10-0ubuntu6_i386.deb http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/a/atk1.0/libatk1.0-dev_2.4.0-0ubuntu1_i386.deb ...


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Try installing all of them at the same time, like this: sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev libpango1-dev libcairo2-dev libfontconfig1-dev


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According to Ubuntu Community Help Wiki, try running: sudo apt-get -f install From the help page, This command does the same thing as Edit->Fix Broken Packages in Synaptic. Do this if you get complaints about packages with "unmet dependencies". Then if you still experience problems, run sudo apt-get check and report back.


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A) try sudo update-grub then sudo apt-get upgrade if it does not help then try the rest of the steps. 1) goto ubuntu terminal, sudo synaptic 2) left hand pane, goto "Installed" 3) On the top you will see QUICK FILTER, type this "3.13.0" (without inverted commas), you will the linux images there, the issue that may have arise is because of the incomplete ...


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You have two options Change the dependencies and use the latest libgcrypt libgcrypt20 does not exist without reason. Install libgcrypt11 and use an old version of libgcrypt Change the dependencies First, remove the previous installation of Springseed: sudo apt-get remove springseed Download the latest Springseed version here, eg: cd wget ...


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The final release of Ubuntu 15.04 no longer keeps the package libgcrypt11, rather libgcrypt20 as you have come across by the Synaptic Package Manager. All you have to do is to download the package from here and then install it prior to Springseed. You may earn additional knowledge from this source pointing out similar problems with other apps besides ...


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I am uncertain on the cause for the error, but if you select advanced options during your initial load you should be able to select a previous image to load. I encountered the same issue and was able to load without an error with the last kernel image. I posted this as a possible suggestion: http://stephenjkennedy.me/?p=68 Hope it helps.


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Remove linux-tools-common again: sudo apt-get purge linux-tools-common I suggest you report that you're affected by this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-lts-vivid/+bug/1455014


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Try this in your terminal: sudo apt-get --fix-broken install If that won't work then try: sudo rm/var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf then: sudo apt-get update


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It's a mess as you say this must be due to problems in your repository & PPA sources I suggets to clean the mess first : start with sudo apt-get install gksu sudo apt-get install gedit Then gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list There, on the file that opens you replace all with proper sources.list generated there : http://repogen.simplylinux.ch/ (check ...


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Found it: download the .deb file for libsdl-gfx1.2-4 from here. Afterwards, try to install the Bastion .deb file again. This should work.


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I encountered a similar issue attempting to update my linux-headers and it seemed that the issue was the multitude of not fully implemented updates. After a reboot, it updated without any issue. Considering you have 3 packages labeled as "not fully installed or removed," I'd reccommend rebooting and giving it another go.


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First try this: sudo locale-gen en_US en_US.UTF-8 pl_PL pl_PL.UTF-8 sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales But if that doesn't work, this solution may help: launchpad: Bug #392051: [Karmic] logger command not found Basically, the program locales got messed up; It can be recreated by reinstalling the package locales: apt-get --reinstall install ...


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To have the messages in english, try export LANG=C before issuing the commands. Seems that the packages linux-tools-common and linux-lts-vivid-tools-common are incompatible. Do you have some PPA enabled or some mix of different repository enabled? I would try to remove the two packages above and repeat the installation (check before removing them ...


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Apt manual claims that you can specify "exact dependency" with (=xx.yy) as well as <=, >=, but it does not work as documented. The way things seem to actually work is that Depends: version info has no functional value and is completely ignored. Without the version dependency, you cannot have a repo with multiple supported versions of the same package - ...


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linux-gate.so.1 is a "a virtual DSO, a shared object exposed by the kernel at a fixed address in every process' memory" Have a look at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/19981862/what-are-ld-linux-so-2-and-linux-gate-so-1 Missing libraries are more commonly reported as not found in ldd output if I remember correctly


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on Ubuntu 14.04 (correct architecture 32 bit) $ dpkg -i wkhtmltox-0.12.2.1_linux-trusty-i386.deb dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of wkhtmltox: wkhtmltox depends on xfonts-base; however: Package xfonts-base is not installed. wkhtmltox depends on xfonts-75dpi; however: Package xfonts-75dpi is not installed. using apt-get -f install ...


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This likely can't be resolved in 1 simple answer but for starters your issue, or one of, comes from a ppa that seems to have been removed https://launchpad.net/~n-muench/+archive/ubuntu/programs-ppa It used to have trusty packages - ex. https://launchpad.net/~n-muench/+archive/ubuntu/programs-ppa/+build/6277936 That is causing this issue libgmp10 : ...


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Install the tool aptitude sudo apt-get install aptitude Start the installation again with sudo aptitude install wine It offered a number of possible solutions, choose a suitable proposal. Accept a solution with Y or see another one with N If these solutions do not help, then it will be a bumpy road. Install a tool: sudo apt-get install ppa-purge ...


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After we have discussed in the chat, here is the solution: Install the tool aptitude sudo apt-get install aptitude Start the installation again with sudo aptitude install desmume It offered a number of possible solutions, choose a suitable proposal. Accept a solution with Y or see another one with N


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Try these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7 The source.


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Fixed by upgrading the server to 14.04LTS. Don't know why 12.04LTS was having that issue, but everything is up and running now.


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df -h check if /boot is 100% full or has enough space? /dev/sda1 228M 133M 84M 100% /boot IF full free up some space take a look at what version you're running with uname -a Example: Linux YOURSERVERNAME 3.2.0-70-generic #105-Ubuntu UTC ... GNU/Linux notice 3.2.0-XX-generic for me it was 70 yours might be lower... higher ...


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Download the stable release of the appropriate version of the package you need. Pop open a terminal and move to the download directory then: sudo dpkg -i <Package>.deb Not working? Then do the following: apt-get clean apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install -f dpkg --configure -a. I know that seems like a lot but it's only for the sake ...


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From this post at Linux Mint Community: "Gnome isn't extremely compatible with Linux Mint. It works but other operating systems probably work better. Ubuntu 14.04 for example. You can even download a gnome version for it. http://ubuntugnome.org/ Another operating system that is gnome-based is Fedora. Also, I haven't managed to install extensions ...


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You have most likely set up a new machine and encrypted your system. Press ALT and F2 together. Type--> software-properties-gtk and select it. Select the other sources tab. Make sure the boxes that say "canonical partners" and "canonical partners (source code)" are both checked. Agree to the requested update. You should now be able to install ...


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Hey friend try following Command sudo apt-get install -f It will remove the dependency problem And then go to software center nad type vlc in searh box and then install it. If you want to install by command line then Simply type sudo apt-get install vlc* -y


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It is quite safe most of the times, but when you use it you must check your terminal for the names of the packages that are about to be removed because sometimes errors happen. Do not agree to the removal of dependencies without having double checked the names of the packages that are about to be removed and see if there is any that shouldn't normally be ...


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Autoremove only removes orphaned packages. Meaning that it is completely safe to use without disrupting any functional or currently installed programs.


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It should be quite safe. Autoremove removes only packages, which were installed by dependency of a removed package. They should not be needed. You are correct. Your system should be as before you installed 'packagename'.


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By default, the package manager refuses to overwrite files that also appear in other installed packages (whether the file is actually there or not), which is a sane decision to not inadvertently corrupt packages. In your case, this means, that the packages are incompatible. I can see that one seems to come from a PPA, so you should write to the maintainer of ...


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Fixed it by: sudo dpkg -P unity-scope-gdrive sudo dpkg -P account-plugin-google sudo dpkg -P account-plugin-facebook sudo apt-get install -f


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Note: sudo apt-get autoremove <package1> [<package2>, ...] = sudo apt-get remove --autoremove <package1> [<package2>, ...] Meeting the dependencies for libav-tools and ubuntu-restricted-extras required to update (and not to install) most of the packages listed by sudo apt-get install libav-tools ubuntu-restricted-extras to a new ...


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Sorry, but my problem solved itself some how. Thank you everyone for helping me!


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Your filesystem may be out of inodes. Use 'df -i' to check. If IUse% is 100% on root (/) file system, this is the case. This could be because old kernels do not get automatically uninstalled. Refer to How to remove old kernel versions automatically? or Removing old kernel entries in Grub


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/usr/bin/click is a problem. Make a backup sudo mv /usr/bin/click /usr/bin/click.bak or remove it sudo rm /usr/bin/click and update the repositories sudo apt-get update then I would suggest to delete click with sudo apt-get remove click Now, upgrade your system and install software. For a better resolution of dependencies, I recommend aptitude. ...


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You have (at least) 2 problems: 1) You have package click installed but its removal depends on files that are missing. Try to force-remove it: sudo apt-get -f remove click 2) You have dodgy package openvpn that depends on the wrong packages. Try removing that too: sudo apt-get -f remove openvpn Then run sudo apt-get check and let us know if there are ...


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I had this problem too because I had some gazebo4 and gazebo5 packages installed. Unfortunately, Indigo only comes with gazebo2 and won't install if there are other gazebo packages already present. Also, from this answer, I had to install this one package first: sudo apt-get install libsdformat1 After that, ros-indigo-desktop-full installed fine for me ...


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The driver is being replaced. Run apt-cache search video-dummy xserver-xorg-video-dummy-lts-quantal - Transitional package for xserver-xorg-video-dummy xserver-xorg-video-dummy-lts-raring - Transitional package for xserver-xorg-video-dummy xserver-xorg-video-dummy-lts-saucy - Transitional package for xserver-xorg-video-dummy ...


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What finally worked for me was sudo apt-get autoremove darteditor dartsdk. Apparently apt-get won't turn the other eye until all package dependencies are met. In this case both dart packages had unmet dependencies.


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I tried with "aptitude" to resolve the dependency issue. Appear to be that some libraries need to be downgraded.



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