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I have resolved this problem by installing a package using apt-get. sudo apt-get install libtracker-sparql-0.16-dev. If this gives a further set of errors as in Is there any way to Install Latest Nautilus File Manager in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Then add the repository mentioned there and it solved the problem for me.


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This is the clue, secrets.tdb exists in /var/lib/samba and /var/lib/samba/private, aborting samba-libs preinst rename one of them to allow the install/upgrade to continue So moving the file /var/lib/samba/secrets.tdb to another location will solves your problem, sudo mv /var/lib/samba/secrets.tdb ~/Desktop And then run the below command to fix ...


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11.10 is no longer supported since 9 May 2013. Upgrading all the way to 14.04 is a long call. I suggest you backup your data and install 14.04 from scratch.


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14.04 provides libtiff5 but not libtiff4 (up to saucy 13.10). To install the 13.10 version, go to the i386 download page and select a mirror to get libtiff4_3.9.7-2ubuntu1_i386.deb. Now open a Terminal with Ctrl+Alt+t and type in the folder where you downloaded the deb file: sudo dpkg -i ./libtiff4_3.9.7-2ubuntu1_i386.deb You can now install your ...


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apt-rdepends does this, without installing 50+ libraries of cruft like ubuntu-dev-tools. durr@scraper:~$ apt-rdepends mercurial Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done mercurial Depends: libc6 (>= 2.14) Depends: mercurial-common (= 2.8.2-1ubuntu1) Depends: python (<< 2.8) Depends: ucf (>= ...


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Remove all the unconfigured packages and reinstall again if you want. sudo dpkg -P octave sudo dpkg -P octave-control sudo dpkg -P octave-general sudo dpkg -P octave-miscellaneous sudo dpkg -P octave-struct sudo dpkg -P octave-optim sudo dpkg -P octave-specfun sudo dpkg -P octave-signal You have to resolve your host also.


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Solution is to ensure that the software sources includes updates, like so: $ sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list $ #add the following two lines to sources.list for raring-updates deb http://ch.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ raring main restricted deb-src http://ch.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ raring main restricted +deb http://ch.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ ...


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I had problems with enlightenment, because I didn't install the stable version. I had to use Synaptic, go through libs manually, and do apt-get clean, and apt-get autoclean, and a bunch of other things. I am not sure if you are using version 9.04 of Ubuntu, if you are not you installed an older version (Jaunty). The newest stable versions of enlightenment ...


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Downloaded and installed older versions of linux-image-server and linux-headers-server. Was then able to reinstall linux-server. After that apt-get worked. $ wget https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/linux-image-server_3.2.0.45.54_amd64.deb $ sudo dpkg -i linux-image-server_3.2.0.45.54_*.deb $ wget ...


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First of all, different Linux distro's are aimed differently. For example Gentoo is aimed to become highly customizable OS while LXLE linux is aimed at windows refugees. Ubuntu aims to be a idiot friendly and elegant looking, simple distro. As such it should be used by following people. Total Linux noobs. Those who want elegant OS. Those who ...


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To the Eclipse thing: To use the ADT (and to allow Eclipse to use the ADT) in Linux, you have one of two options: Run 32-bit Ubuntu (bleh) Run 64-bit Ubuntu and enable multiarch support (yay!) If it is not already enabled you can enable multiarch support on Ubuntu by running the following command: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 Once this is done, ...


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Unless you're running 14.04 you won't be able to install python3-pexpect on previous releases as this package is only available as of 14.04. But as it only depends on python3 you can manually install it on your system: Download the corresponding deb file. In the same folder where you downloaded the deb file, open a terminal an type: sudo dpkg -i ...


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try first sudo apt-get update -f or sudo apt-get update --fix-missing then sudo apt-get upgrade then sudo apt-get dist-upgrade hope it will work for you , if not check you broken repo's (package's)



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