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arg! It's just apt-get being silly, you need aptitude to solve problems: sudo apt-get install aptitude sudo aptitude -fy remove mono-runtime That should deal with it. A resume of the problematics packages: libgtk2.0-cil this is really a mono dependency. Unless you use Banshee you won't need it. CLI binding for the GTK+ toolkit 2.12 This ...
Either mono is not in that directory or it is not executable. If it is not in that directory, use either of these commands to find it: whereis mono updatedb; locate mono If it is in that directory, run: chmod +x ./mono and try again.
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