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Everytime I try installing wine or playonlinux, I get this error:

Package dependencies cannot be resolved

This error could be caused by required additonal software pachages...

Details:

the following packages have unment dependencies:

playonlinux

This error sometimes appears in different variations.

People on other posts say I need to do a clean install: is this right? I don't want to do so, but if I will have too, I will...

  • What happens if you open the terminal and type sudo apt-get install playonlinux? Do you get more dependency errors or does it install ok? – Slarty Nov 5 '12 at 16:15
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Sounds like you should remove playonlinux with dpkg --remove playonlinux or install it's dependencies with apt-get -f install.

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When ever it says unmet dependency it will also pop up ad box with list of packages that need to be install. Select that and copy it.

Later do a

apt-get install "PASTE_WHAT_YOU_COPIED - WHICH_WILL_BE_UMET_PACKAGES"

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