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The version on sourceforge is the same one available from repo on Trusty. I can't verify older releases. cd ~/ mkdir junk cd junk apt-get source sqlitebrowser sudo apt-get install devscripts sudo apt-get build-dep sqlitebrowser cd sqlitebrowser-2.0.0~beta1+ds.1/ debuild -us -uc There, you built it from source.
Well, I think maybe you ran something a bit more malicious than what your posting in your question. Here's a screen shot of what apt wants do when I run sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev intltool It isn't removing any package already on the system. These both appear to be development tools; one for XML and the other for qt. Maybe, when you copy and pasted ...
I have to add a new answer since this is way past the character count of a comment. Here's what I would do to make this easier: Make a file named recover.sh in your home directory with touch recover.sh. Then run cat /var/log/apt/history.log > recover.sh. Now you have a copy of your logfile in a shell script file. You just need to edit it to make it ...
Besides that you can install it building the source, you may want to install using the Software Center, it's simpler. Search sqlitebrowser, click on install and done.
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