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Recently, I was trying to install scipy, but I stopped the prpcess in midway. After that, ubuntu always start with grub recovery menu. Then, when I tried to resolve the issue with disk check, clean and other options... It doesnt resolve.

In dpkg, i get bus error or error that python is missing a variable.

When i boot ubuntu in recovery mode, i can not see any applications in Dash. I have used sudo apt-get clean, autoclea,, auto remove, update, upgrade, -f update but it all ends with list of all applications with unmet dependencies and package reading error and that there is corrupted cache.

I tried using the gnome-software....software center... and removed the softwares but they dont. They appear again.

I noticed that i can use the application if i try to Open.it from.terminal butvi cannot install anything.

Please help. I am new to ubuntu. I have to starta project on Python soon.

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Someone maybe able to provide a better answer, but if you still have your original install media, you can reset your OS back to a default state and it should keep all your documents. However, it's never a bad idea to back them up.

  • I dont have it right now. thats the problem. I have the backup, but i was wondering if it could be resolved without the os reinstall. Otherwise, i would have to download ubuntu and the, resolve it. – NSarkar Jun 23 '17 at 20:10
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First clean the corrupted apt lists:

sudo rm -r /var/lib/apt/lists/*

Then run sudo apt update

The problem will be solved

  • I have tried this. This didnt work for me. – NSarkar Jun 23 '17 at 20:09

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