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I tried adding the following: OPTION 1 sudo apt-get -y remove icedtea-7-plugin:i386 icedtea-netx:i386 sudo apt-get -y install openjdk-8-jre:i386 libxmu6:i386 icedtea-8-plugin firefox sudo update-alternatives --set mozilla-javaplugin.so /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/amd64/IcedTeaPlugin.so OPTION 2 sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-...


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I've solved the same problem just by using python 2.7 instead of python 3.4: sudo rm python sudo ln -s python2.7 python sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo rm python sudo ln -s python3.4 python


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Due to the dependency issue of libgcrypt, the solution can be found here https://brbsix.github.io/2015/10/29/fix-missing-libgcrypt11-for-brackets-text-editor/ Brief steps: Unpack Brackets Remove the package’s dependence on libgcrypt11 Copy the library into the unpacked package directory Rebuild the package Install


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apt-get install openjdk-8-jre:i386 The above command should fix most of the issue, if not all of it. I also did the below to finish it off. apt-get install libuuid1:i386 libasound2:i386 libxt6:i386 libxmu6:i386


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Do the following in terminal: sudo su find / -name "*owncloud*" -exec rm -rf {} \; dpkg --configure -a apt-get autoremove --purge apt-get autoclean --purge apt-get -f install apt-get update apt-get ugrade apt-get dist-upgrade Hopefully now the dependency problem will get resolved Now to install owncloud type in terminal wget -nv https://download....


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I had the same issue, when installing kubuntu-desktop. I found the fix on Askubuntu. Form here: http://askubuntu.com/a/621295/532133 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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The first two situations are handled in a clever way. One of the interesting features talked about is deduplication support for content within Snap packages. Snaps would be automatically deduplicated of common files shared between snaps based upon their file hashes. There would be de-duplication on the file-system layer, de-duplication on snap ...


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Seems like there's a conflict here for you. Snaps do some great things, but they will, by their very nature, require more space than packages which share dependancies. As much as I hate people who give this response, you'll need to consider if snaps are right for you instead of old fashioned packaging. If you're completely out of options and you really need ...


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The short answer is yes, you'll need to rebuild your snap if you need to update a dependency. However, there's a longer answer here, too. Say you have some application that uses SSL (could be some embedded software or a full-blown website using Apache). You do your research and utilize specific key exchange and symmetric algorithms. Now say a security ...


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I don't think that snaps check what dependencies are already installed. It just includes all of its dependencies and runtime (which is partly why the LibreOffice snap is 287 MB and the flatpak is about 200MB). Snaps include pretty much everything the software needs to run. I don't think anything gets shared between snaps. When a snap updates however, it ...


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I tried the same command with this other path: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libresolv.so.2 And now it works. Hope it will be useful for someone! (I still don't know why I have this lib repeated so much, I suppose they are different compilations, for 32, 64 bits, aren't they?)


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Make sure you don't have another update application open: eg Synaptic, Software Updater, Ubuntu Software, another terminal. Then, as @Dave Sha points out, try using sudo apt-get -f install.


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It seems that python installation is broken .. Try reinstalling python3-minimal sudo apt-get install --reinstall python3-minimal Now you can run sudo apt-get install --fix-broken again and then apt-get update .. if this fails let us know.


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Based on https://github.com/horst3180/arc-theme#troubleshooting and looking through the issues at the GitHub repo, manual installation of the theme using the instructions at https://github.com/horst3180/arc-theme#manual-installation will fix the theme.


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My workaround has been to build a dummy libqt4-gui transitional package, using a control file based on the qt4-x11 source package and the equivs tools: sudo apt install equivs wget http://fwyzard.web.cern.ch/fwyzard/ubuntu/libqt4-gui/control equivs-build control sudo dpkg -i libqt4-gui_4.8.7_amd64.deb sudo apt install -f


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Yes, it can be installed. The image below shows my version (16.04) and different packages currently installed, including Wine and PlayOnLinux.


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As written in this Debian mailing list: It's a problem with Trelby: https://github.com/oskusalerma/trelby/commit/50c46f2249ca5b094c5e712a872e1dadbd8dfdfa Looks like it was fixed, but no new package was built. You might want to report a bug to the Trelby developer, and preferably ask them to list the requirements for the package too. "...


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Try this: sudo dpkg -i trelby_2.2_all.deb --force-depends


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So I uncheck the llvm-toolchain-precise-3.6 in software & updates then type in the terminal sudo apt-get -f install And then sudo apt-get update and it solve the problem. Now I could install thing like normal.


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It seems you have sources defined in you sources.list file that are not present anymore, cause your mentioned llvm repo gives a: APT mirror was temporary switched off due to excess load. We are working on bringing it back. Stay tuned! so you could wait or deactivate the ressource in software-properties-gtk and try the mentioned things again... after ...


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I used this approach following by sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade and restarted firefox.


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In a snap package, you can simply have two parts: one being your Qt app, the second one being the python script. Parts in snaps are handled by plugins and they make sure everything gets installed in the right place and have what they need. For example could your Qt app be built using the cmake plugin and your python script using the python3 plugin. In short:...


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try sudo apt-get build-dep libsigc++-2.0-0v5 libsigc++-2.0-0c2a


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Problem I agree with MichaelW that it contains same lib file with same version. However, the error you got is not related that but it is packages version conflict declared in one of the packages: $ dpkg --info Downloads/libsigc++-2.0-0v5_2.4.1-2_amd64.deb ... Conflicts: libsigc++-2.0-0c2a Replaces: libsigc++-2.0-0c2a ... If those lines are removed, we ...


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aptitude works for me.. install aptitude package first sudo apt-get install aptitude once aptitude is ready install apache2 sudo aptitude install apache2


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Based on this procedure, I 've built a package that fixes the dependency problem (removes libqt4-gui) for the newer version ie VidyoDesktopInstaller-ubuntu64-TAG_VD_3_0_4_001.deb. The fixed package is here.


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I managed to find these by using Y PPA; sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/y-ppa-manager this allows you to search for packages and download them; I don't know why but although I already had the repositories I could not get the packages. Advice on installing / using Y PPA in a comprehensive answer here if it helps please vote the linked answer ...


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To solve this dependency issue do an sudo apt-get update followed by sudo apt-get dist-upgrade. This should resolve your dependency issues, normal upgrade mostly isn't able to resolve issues as good as dist-upgrade.


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I think the answer to your question lies in this thread: How do I install Java? I know for installing older versions like you are asking there can be issues, I think this thread will solve at least the installation issues.


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Did you forget to do sudo apt-get update? ( updates the package lists.) The install command for vlc : sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install vlc


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UPDATE Upon further inspection, it appears you have a file that shouldn't be there. Run the following commands to fix the problem: sudo rm -R /home/lost+found sudo apt-get -f install I have left the previous instructions below although, it looks like they are not needed. previous instructions, probably not needed: Download the "Software for USB ...


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To install automatically all dependencies, Open a terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and run this command: sudo apt-get install -f


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Run sudo apt-get -f install in terminal to resolve unmet dependencies.


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I had the same problem on 14.04. I was able to get this working by doing this: sudo apt-get install libuuid1=2.20.1-5.1ubuntu20 sudo apt-get install libuuid-dev


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Gnome Software is just like the old Ubuntu Software Center. It's a bit lazy on first run. It loads kinda slow. Just close it and open it again. It will load up the apps list eventually. It happens to me too. All the time. But i still prefer it over the Ubuntu Software Center. It definitely runs faster. Some apps still missing from it, probably because they ...


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If you have any trouble like that again I would try sudo apt-get update , and then sudo apt-get -f install it should fix most dependencies problems.


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I don't know why, but somehow the problem solved itself. Probably it went away after installing the recent gstreamer package updates...


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I had this problem and update the list package (/etc/apt/sources.list) file and add the following line to it: deb http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu wily-security main After that run: apt-get update And now you can install libpcre3 8.35 But please be sure that after installing the package change the (/etc/apt/sources.list) to the first situation and ...



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