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The error you see indicates that one of the programs "shared libraries" (which provide functions that your program needs) is not available. In this case, the actual shared library that is missing is called libboost_system.so. If we search the apt repositories for something with a similar name, we get the following packages: $ apt-cache search libboost ...
your problem is in sudo apt-get install 32-bit There is no package called 32-bit for that you got this error you should use the following sudo apt-get install ia32-libs PS if you use Ubuntu 13.10 or higher, you'll need install these packages instead: sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0
It turns out that sudo apt-get install php-guzzle fixes this. Just posting for others.
I am not sure the cause of the issue, but I was able to work around it by using an older installation (14.04.1) and then upgrade that way...not sure why that worked. Had to enter the setup menu (push the down arrow as soon as you select the boot to USB option and a small white icon appears at the bottom) and then disable 2 options (hit english and then F6 to ...
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