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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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You have an error in this line of /etc/default/grub: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="" acpi = nolapic It should be GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi=nolapic"


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I ended up using user7134's answer, along with some information from here. Since his answer didn't fully fulfill what I had in mind, I'm writing my own answer. Nevertheless, I'm giving him the bounty, since it pointed me towards the right path. The way to solve the problem is this: after cd-ing to the build(n) directory, before chrooting into the build, ...


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You're installing a .deb file that has dependencies. See this section from your output: skype depends on libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6~). skype depends on libc6 (>= 2.7). skype depends on libgcc1 (>= 1:4.1.1). skype depends on libqt4-dbus (>= 4:4.5.3). skype depends on libqt4-network (>= 4:4.8.0). skype depends on libqt4-xml (>= 4:4.5.3). skype ...


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If you install a local .deb file, dpkg does not automatically resolve the dependencies. To resolve those automatically, you could use gdebi to install local .deb packages. Install it with sudo apt-get install gdebi if it is installed, go to the folder where you have the .deb file and type sudo gdebi skype-ubuntu-precise_4.3.0.37-1_i386.deb dependencies ...


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You probably have so many packages that the whole list does not fit on your screen. Use a pager like less and you can scroll the whole output: dpkg -l|less


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Try this: sudo apt-get -f update Update: My bad! I meant for you to try this: sudo apt-get -f install The idea was to let apt-get get a chance to try fixing the system, if possible. But looks like, you have tried it and that didn't solve the problem. What repositories are enabled ? Also, have you tried removing the package that has issue? I would try ...


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try fixing packages with the following commands sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get update UPDATE : try this sudo apt-get -f install the APT will try to download and install missing packages to resolve dependencies did you see this question


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i fix my same problem 1 . uninstall tools error in synaptic of software center if that get mark 2 . sudo apt-get -f install 3 . sudo apt-get autoremove . if not work delete cache file in /var/cache/******* and do that again


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issue the following command: sudo apt-get update You will be prompted for your password. The error you are getting is a 'perpission denied' error. That means you don't have the right to do something. Typing sudo (comes from super user do) before a command executes it as the Super User. This user has permission to do everything, and because of that, you ...


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I have never used the Ubuntu Mini Remix ISO, but there are a few ways that I have used to accomplish this when running vmbuilder builds: Install apt-cacher-ng on your system (or a server on your local network) and use it as a proxy for your builds. This creates a local cache of the packages that are used during the build. Thus, after the first build, you ...


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One strategy that might work would be to mount (with the --bind option) a common folder to the chroot's package cache. This cache is located at /var/cache/apt/archives/ Using this method would make it so that any command run by apt will operate with the common local archive. Examples Having two chroot's share a common apt archive sudo mount --bind ...


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Run the following commands sudo apt-get -f install sudo dpkg --configure -a This should install all missing dependencies and configure dpkg.


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Run the following command in the terminal - sudo apt-get --purge --reinstall install ttf-mscorefonts-installer Accept the EULA using tab and enter keys on the keyboard.


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First of all fix the error message: E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/) is another process using it? by following the instructions from Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/) is another process using it?. The ttf-mscorefonts-installer 'half-installed' error can occur because Microsoft True Type Core Fonts ...


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Try sudo apt-get -f install to install the missing dependencies and try again.


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I solve it! Before the appearance of problem I've update the Ubuntu base. So the solution is dead simple: reboot the system! :)


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It seems that the mysql-server was installed but not configured. This can happen when apt ist interrupted, for example by Ctrl-C. You can finish configuration of installed packages by issuing sudo dpkg --configure -a and then install all the missing packages by issuing sudo apt-get -f install. If you are running into problems doing that, I'd suggest ...


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It should be an ar file, so you should be able to extract it with:ar x ti-openmpacc_1.1.1_cortexa15hf-vfp-neon.ipk The archives within the ar archive, should be tar, so you can extract those with tar -zxf. References: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/utopic/man5/deb.5.html http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17369127/extracting-and-creating-ipk-files


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The environment variable CONCURRENCY_LEVEL (e.g. CONCURRENCY_LEVEL='16') is recognized. A lot of modules (e.g. zfs) take > 70 % of the time to configure and/or to clean previous builds so that the parallelization with CONCURRENCY_LEVEL appears minimal. configure can't be speed up in general.


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Try this: sudo apt-get purge ntop; sudo apt-get install ntop Then the follow screen popps: **Package configuration ┌─────────────────────────┤ Configuring ntop ├─────────────────────────┐ │ Please enter a comma-separated list of interfaces that ntop should │ │ listen on. │ │ ...


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I was able to fix the problem by using Synaptics Package Manager (Hopefully anyone with this problem already had it installed, or I don't know what to say.) to remove any trace of Codeblocks. As much as I would like to use it, I'm afraid I will have to settle for something else, or keep looking for a better solution. Thank you.


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Try this post from ubuntuforums: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=947124&s=2ffe34dba1ee40395ad3372134b7775e&p=5962046#post5962046


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First clean the programs which is causing the issue using the below command, sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get update After this try to install the software.


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The conflicting version 3.2.1-90~trustyppa1 is coming from the stable PPA. Unless you need some specific feature from that version you could remove the PPA and use the version that comes with utopic by default: sudo ppa-purge ppa:bumblebee/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bumblebee-nvidia


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If machine1 and machine2 were identical to each other, you could do this on machine 1: sudo apt-get install -dy your-package scp /var/cache/apt/archives/*.deb machine2:/somewhere # create your local repo with all those .debs Now, if you start installing software in machine1, this won't work, because then a package which is already installed and ...


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The problem lies in here I comment out all other lines that were trying to point to various ubuntu repos. If you comment out all the repo lines from the disconnected machine, How will it get other necessary .deb files to satisfy request if your local repository cannot provide that file? For example, If Google chrome requires a.deb and b.deb and You ...


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Which method of app installation method did you try? I'm guessing that you tried the terminal way with the 'sudo apt-get install'. Try the 'software center' , the 'synaptic package manager' or 'directly download the .deb file from manufactures website. Sometimes persistence installs show up various problems. I got some errors when I used Lili usb live. ...


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I noticed this line: cp: cannot stat `/usr/share/nginx/html/index.html': No such file or directory` So I figured maybe just adding the previous index.html file (located now on /var/www/html/) to the old path (/usr/share/nginx/html/) would help the script execute without throwing an exception, and it did work. http://localhost is working fine now.


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I just got it fixed. For some unknown reason my /var/tmp didn't exist and my TMPDIR env wasn't set. This lead to initramfs to create the mkinitramfs-FW_XXXXXX file in /tmp instead but mktemp still looked for it in /var/tmp. I recrated /var/tmp and set TMPDIR and it worked like a charm =)


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From comments in the mariadb documentation: To fix the "libmysqlclient18:amd64 5.5.34+maria-1~saucy (Multi-Arch: no) is not co-installable with libmysqlclient18 which has multiple installed instances" problem: The problem is that libmysqlclient18:i386 was not fully removed by the automated install. Rather than "messing" with /var/lib/dpkg/status, my ...


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You deleted your dpkg and need to reinstall it. Get dpkg eiter from the liveCD or here. Make sure you select the correct version for your distro. Since you don't have dpkg installed anymore you cannot use it to install the .deb file. You have to use ar to unpack the .deb archive. (Use man ar for details). Then copy dpkg in /usr/bin/, and use chmod 750 ...


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Bodhi.zazen has the right idea. I had the exact same problem this morning, but in my case it was caused by the virtuoso-nepomuk script. Instead of removing bind9 and apache, I would suggest just moving their scripts out of the /etc/init.d directory. That should allow the process to complete, then you can do an 'apt-get install --reinstall ...' on those ...


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For all Linux drivers for Epson go here: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/?OSC=LX Enter the name of your printer ... Some drivers have to be installed in the right order, iscan-network was giving an error until I first installed the other drivers first.


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I had a similar error while trying to do a distribution upgrade from Debian Squeeze to Wheezy (I know this is a Ubuntu Stack Exchange, but my solution may work for you). Here is the command I executed when I received the error: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade Here is part of the error: dpkg: 3 expected programs not found in PATH or not executable. I changed ...



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