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Try uninstalling it with Synaptic Package Manager. Go to the synaptic. Type in the search bar : 'android'. Mark it for complete removal and apply.


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Seems like the proper is to request emacs24: dpkg --status emacs24 It might due to the emacs being a transitional package for emacs23 and you have emacs24 installed.


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As far as I can tell, dpkg -p is an alias for dpkg-query -p which is defined as: Display details about package-name, as found in /var/lib/dpkg/available. Users of APT-based frontends should use apt-cache show package-name instead and dpkg -s is an alias for dpkg-query -s which is defined as: Report status of specified package. So, as far ...


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Ran into a similar issue with WINE for 32bit exes, on x64 Ubuntu 14.04. Support for 32-bit exes is provided by the multiarch :i386 wine, which depends on the :i386 multiarch versions of various non-WINE libraries. (As I understand it, these :i386 packages are identical binaries to what Ubuntu i386 would use, saving space on mirrors, and saving build time ...


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To remove unresolved packages take a look here Here is how I installed youtube-to-mp3. Download your preferred architecture 32bit or 64bit. Once downloaded, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, navigate to where the file was downloaded, probably the downloads folder, and run the command(s) below: sudo dpkg -i ...


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Follow the solution by Soroosh. Broken python (2.7) after manually building and installing python 2.6 Enter "sudo -i" for root access. Paste the command and wait about 20 minutes. Runs perfectly. for pkg in dpkg --get-selections | egrep -v 'deinstall' | egrep python | awk '{print $1}'; do apt-get -y --force-yes install --reinstall $pkg ; done


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Good guide man ;) But if you printer is wifi !! This should be an address of it: dnssd://Brother%20DCP-J140W._printer._tcp.local/ And drivers are here, rest is ok ;) http://support.brother.com/g/s/id/linux/en/download_prn.html


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Long story short, the long descriptions were removed from the core Packages files, no doubt to lower their file-size. Localised descriptions are shipped out in separate files and the main packages list only has a skimpy version, like: Description: terminal-based package manager But I'm British (en-GB) so when apt-get update happens, you can see it ...


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Weird, the id command was replaced with something empty. Reinstalled coreutils and the problem is gone.


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yes, i had the same problem... Just follow these steps and you will be out of that mess sudo mv /var/lib/dpkg/info/xix-media-player.* /tmp/ sudo dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq xix-media-player sudo apt-get remove xix-media-player sudo apt-get autoremove && sudo apt-get autoclean


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In terminal run the following: sudo rm /var/lib/dpkg/lock This will remove the lock in dpkg. Now run: sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer Might be you have opened ubuntu-software-center or synaptic or some other installation program, and thats why you are getting this error message.


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Agreed to Klaus comment, possibly this could be a file system corruption, nothing to do with dpkg or apt programs, you can check your filesytem to see whether there is any corruption, by running the below command to your system. fsck /dev/sdb# '# has to be replaced by your volume id' you can get the volume id by running from the below command. fdisk -l ...


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Probably worth posting the contents of /etc/apt/sources.list for a more accurate diagnostic. However, have you done a, sudo apt-get update Recently ?


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Try with: sudo apt-get install -f After these dependecies are fixed, try with sudo dpkg -i {filename.deb}


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WARNING: this is only for users that have releases higher than 14.04 1.Open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T). 2.Type in: sudo su echo 'deb http://cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu saucy main universe' >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/extra.list apt-get update Then install the package with:apt-get install libtiff4. After that you won't need the saucy updates anymore. ...


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There might be an error in the package itself, but that's unlikely. Uninstall and purge the package: sudo apt-get remove --purge openstack-dashboard Then run: sudo apt-get autoclean sudo apt-get check Then try installing again.


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I'll try : apt-file search Debconf/Db.pm debconf: /usr/share/perl5/Debconf/Db.pm so perhaps apt-get install debconf work fine for you


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I fixed this exact same problem by enabling "Recommended Updates (trusty updates)" in the "Software & Updates" control panel, "Updates" tab.


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Copy of comment to close the question (please accept) Problem solved after executing sudo dpkg --configure -a



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