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I think the Problem is, that Ubuntu is changing/changed from ffmpeg to avconv. One possible solution is that you install ffmpeg from their homepage


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You can completely remove the OpenJDK and fresh Install Oracle Java JDK by the following steps: Remove OpenJDK completely by this command: sudo apt-get purge openjdk-\* Download the Oracle Java JDK here. Note: download appropriate file, for example if your system is x64 Ubuntu (i.e, Debian) the download file is named like this: jdk-8u20-linux-x64.tar.gz ...


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I also had same problem and it got resolved after I ran sudo apt-get purge vlc vlc-nox --> This has Purged configuration files for earlier installed vlc later it got installed after said dependencies installed ..with below command sudo apt-get install libpostproc52 vlc-nox vlc Hope this helps. Subbarayudu A.


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In the Ubuntu Update menu, by changing the mirror from non-US to US, I was able to download all the required packages and the problem of dependencies is resolved. Moreover, Now I am able to install any software from the Ubuntu Software Center.


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I was able to find the deb packages required and installed using --downgrade-force https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/quantal/i386/libc6


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I suggest you download this package: http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/4.3.16/virtualbox-4.3_4.3.16-95972~Debian~wheezy_i386.deb Then install, if not installed gdebi: Open a terminal run it: sudo su apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install gdebi Then your file manager locate the downloaded file And by right-clicking on it, choose to ...


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In the Terminal, type: sudo su mv /var/lib/dpkg/status /var/lib/dpkg/status-bad cp /var/lib/dpkg/status-old /var/lib/dpkg/status mv /var/lib/dpkg/available /var/lib/dpkg/available-bad cp /var/lib/dpkg/available-old /var/lib/dpkg/available rm -rf /var/lib/dpkg/updates/* rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* mkdir /var/lib/apt/lists/partial rm /var/cache/apt/*.bin ...


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Thanks for the procedure - worked great for me. I had one other problem with the libjansson4 package - the launcher started up just fine, but when I ran FS2, I got "package not found errors." I had to run "sudo apt-get install libjansson4:i386" to resolve the problem. I also wanted to add that I was having trouble building the GTK yal launcher. After ...


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Unless you show us any error message, only suggestion is to use gdebi or open the deb in Ubuntu Software Center instead of using dpkg.


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First, try to purge the offending packages. sudo apt-get purge emacsen-common emacs24-common emacs24-bin-common emacs24 xemacs21-mule xemacs21 xemacs21-support gettext-el emacs xemacs21-bin Then, clean everything out before trying to add anything new. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get autoclean Please post any errors.


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TL;DR: Based on what you already do have installed, just install pkg-config and you should be good to go. Building the kernel uses Qt if you want to configure what goes into your kernel by running make xconfig. (Which you likely do, as this is one of the friendliest ways to do it.) At least for any remotely recent kernel, you can use Qt 4 instead of Qt 3. ...


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Those packages belong to Qt version 3, which has become obsolete as the current version is 5.3. They are no longer included in repositories. I don't know why you would need those packages anyway. If you've not built a kernel on your system before, there are some packages needed before you can successfully build. You can get these installed with: sudo ...


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Just in case anyone else also runs into a similar problem: One option is to use dpkg and where necessary force the installation / configuration of certain packages. I came to this question because of the mentioning of openssh-server, which in my case was stuck. openssh-server : Depends: openssh-client (= 1:5.9p1-5ubuntu1.2) It was stuck because ...


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The only thing that finally worked was to install the deb package myself... https://packages.debian.org/sid/libphonon-dev


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On my system there isn't this package, but thee is something available called libphonon4qt5. I suggest you go into synaptic, search for phonon and pick the package you need.


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To get all missing dependencies open a terminal and execute the following commands: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -f


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If you do a sudo apt-get update you will be warned about problems if there are any related to packages. That solves these 2: All packages are healthy. There is no broken package That command will install all updates for your installed software. I assume "healthy" means as up to date as possible. If there are broken packages you will get warned about ...


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Your problem is that you can not install the ubuntu-session packge. That package conflicts with the gnome-session and ubuntu-settings packages. To find out more, I would try apt-get install ubuntu-session and see what errors it gives.


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First try setting the architecture: dpkg --add-architecture Then purge and add the ppa again. sudo apt-get install ppa-purge && sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa && sudo apt-get update And now try installing the dependency sudo apt-get install wine1.7 For more information, please visit Configuring Architecture. Hope it ...


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I was not able to install the google-chrome-stable-i386 via the software update. However; I was able to install in with the following line of code via the terminal: sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb so far it is working with out issue.. Oh, I have Linux Ubuntu 14.04 LTS


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Finally, I managed to resolve my situation. mark kirby suggested that I run this command : sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice* ...but i was still getting error about unmet dependencies. BUT! I found out that if I "override" the joker and write down every libreoffice packages installed on my computer, the command gives no error, like this : sudo ...



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