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For getting back 'a' terminal emulator: simply type in Synaptic " GUAKE" and install this emulator. This is a very easy Gnome emulator with a drop down system (F12) . From there on you can go on by fixing problems. Should help you.
Open synaptic again. Go to the broken tab there you can find the broken packages mark them and press apply to remove or repair "depends on case of failure" Once the remove complete you can install python again in the same way
This should solve your problem: export http_proxy=http://username:email@example.com:80/
Alternatively, you can place the following in /etc/apt/apt.conf Acquire::http::Proxy "http://proxy.server.port:8080"; 8080 is the port number and I think is standard. Don't forget the quotes or the trailing semicolon.
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