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libsqlite3-0 is present in both Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 14.04.4 ISOs, and most packages from the ISO are retained on installation. apt-cache rdepends libsqlite3-0 lists a lot of packages, including gnome-software, ubuntu-core-libs, unity-scope-click, shotwell, etc. So, yes, it is installed by default.
Run these commands: rm ~/.recently-used.xbel ln ~/.local/share/recently-used.xbel ~/.recently-used.xbel This will fix the problem. The reason as to why this is required can be found in whtyger's answer. The fix will not persist over reboots, so you'll need to have this script automatically run each time your computer starts.
Using the discussion at https://github.com/dotnet/cli/issues/3657, I would suggest the following to install a newer version of .NET Core that fixes the problem: From Step 2 of the tutorial you linked, there is a link to a script that removes all previous versions of .NET Core. Run that script. Run sudo apt-get install dotnet-dev-1.0.0-preview2-003118.
It happened to me with anaconda 4.0.0 (as @mjp stated), but the fix for me was to issue a: $ conda install libgcc in my environment
Both of these directories [/usr/local/R/lib/site-library and /usr/lib/R/library] are by default not writable. So why does an R installation default to install there? I've had numerous issues installing R packages into the "default" directory (which I guess is /usr/lib/R/library?), so I've had to install them into a local directory at ~/R/x86_64_pc-...
Here it is, 64bit wget https://mirror.umd.edu/ubuntu/pool/main/libv/libvorbis/libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_amd64.deb sudo apt install -f 32bit wget https://mirror.umd.edu/ubuntu/pool/main/libv/libvorbis/libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_i386.deb sudo dpkg -i libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_i386.deb sudo apt install -f Bear in mind, you will ...
I ended up starting over with a fresh CentOS i386 vm, and in the process of getting this running there found that the binary needs libstdc++5. Back on Ubuntu, installing that via sudo apt-get install libstdc++5:i386 seems to have done the trick.
I have met the same problem for Ubuntu 15.10 and finally I found the solution. Check this page to install the missing dependencies.
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