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Because they depend on something you just said to remove - openssl is the dependency in question. None of those programs can run without it. For example, when I install something, have a look at the output: The following extra packages will be installed: chkrootkit john john-data procmail sendmail sendmail-base sendmail-bin sendmail-cf sensible-mda ...


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You can find a compressed folder with all of the Ubuntu 15.04 wallpapers here.


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You can use apt-mark: apt-mark showhold this will show the packages that are kept in "hold" state so that the pacakge manager won't auto upgrade the packages. From man apt-mark: showhold showhold is used to print a list of packages on hold


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There are ways that you could do this for an OS, but I'm not sure how transferable from distro to distro it would be. You could do it (using apt & dpkg) for Debian based distros and it would probably work fairly consistently. But there are plenty of distros that don't use apt/dpkg and so it almost certainly wouldn't work for those. E.g. Fedora uses yum ...


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Run this command in Terminal: uname -r Only if the output is not: 3.16.0-40-generic ... you can remove the packages. Afterwards, teboot the machine and try again, maybe you have upgraded your kernel without rebooting after upgrading.


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Looks like it is there under the name lp:ibus-typing-booster.


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Remove the cached deb file: sudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server-5.5_5.5.43-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_amd64.deb and try it again: sudo apt-get install -f sudo apt-get install mysql-client mysql-server Alternatively, install version 5.6: sudo apt-get remove mysql-server mysql-client sudo apt-get install mysql-server-5.6 mysql-client-5.6


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Run: sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install r-base This may fix the problem for you, otherwise check here for additional troubleshooting.


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As I take from our conversation in the comments, you have no software sources configured. This can be due to the following reasons: No sources were configured on installation. (is this even possible?) The software sources were removed accidentally or maliciously deliberately. They were lost due to another reason, which would most likely indicate a system ...


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From official Nvidia website: The latest version of NVIDIA Nsight Eclipse Edition with support for CUDA C/C++ and is supported on MAC and Linux platforms. Just install the CUDA Toolkit and run 'nsight' on the command line. Check it with: apt-cache policy nvidia-cuda-toolkit The packages included are listed here one of them as you can see nvidia-nsight: ...


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Use dpkg dpkg -l | grep "^hi" The -l means to list all packages which are then piped into grep. The regular expression "^hi" means to search for all lines that begin with "hi" which are initials for "hold" and "installed". By default, dpkg -l will list the status, package name, version, architecture, and a short description.


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Take a look at the dependencies with aptitude why: $ aptitude why openssl i ca-certificates Depends openssl (>= 1.0.0) $ aptitude why ca-certificates i software-properties-common Depends ca-certificates $ aptitude why software-properties-common i software-properties-gtk Depends software-properties-common $ aptitude why software-properties-gtk i ...


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You can install libssh2 by running sudo apt-get install libssh2-1-dev.


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You don't need to make it as you wish, there is a better way of backing up a list of programs: On the First compute run those commands: dpkg --get-selections > /some-path/packages.list sudo cp -R /etc/apt/sources.list* /some-path/ sudo apt-key exportall > /some-path/Repo.keys Then copy those files to the other computer and there run those ...


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Save all the installed packages shown by /var/log/dpkg.log in an array: mapfile -t packages < <(grep -Po '.* install \K[^ ]+' /var/log/dpkg.log) Here the array packages will contain all the package names. Now you can simple do: echo "${packages[@]}" to see the package names in a space separated form. This will work well with apt-get command: ...


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The solution was sudo apt-get purge vlc-data Thanks for all the help!



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