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The following packages have been kept back: clang-9 cpp g++ gcc gcc-10-base kali-linux-default lib32gcc-s1 lib32stdc++6 libatomic1 libcc1-0 libclang-common-9-dev libclang-cpp9 libgcc-s1 libgfortran5 libgomp1 libitm1 libllvm9 liblsan0 libobjc4 libpython2-stdlib libquadmath0 libstdc++6 libtsan0 libubsan1 linux-headers-amd64 llvm-9 llvm-9-dev llvm-9-...


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Minimal runnable example Since Debian/Ubuntu refuse to pack a prebuilt as mentioned at: Why no library files installed for google test? I'll just clone and build it myself (or in a real project, add it as a submodule): git clone https://github.com/google/googletest cd googletest git checkout b1fbd33c06cdb0024c67733c6fdec2009d17b384 mkdir build cd build cmake ...


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I would do what it says in the help(ful) message: sudo apt --fix-broken install Then make sure you are up to date: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade And then try installing curl again sudo apt-get install curl


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I have been using the development version of wine (winehq-devel) for some time. Recently there was a regression bug when going between v5.21 and v5.22, so one of my applications wouldn't run. Here's what I did to roll back to version 5.21: sudo apt-cache policy winehq-devel (shows available versions) sudo apt-get install wine-devel-...


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Small addition: In case you are working with unattended updates this issue will re-occur and you might want to fix it for good. As described in the RemoveOldKernels page on the Ubuntu Community wiki, you can configure your unattended upgrades to automatically remove old kernels by adding the following line to your unattended update config file: Unattended-...


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You actually have libcurl4 from focal-updates while APT is trying to install cURL from focal since you don't have focal-updates updates enabled (anymore?). At this point you have 2 options. Either enable focal-updates repository or install libcurl4 from focal. To enable focal-updates, run echo "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu focal-updates main ...


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The solution for me was to manually remove every single CURRENT VERSION of the packages that have but it is not going to be installed status. So I had driver version 440 and wanted 455. I had to remove sudo apt purge libnvidia-gl-440 and so on for all of them. After that the error went away and I could install 455.


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I had a similar problem; Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The ...


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Seems that syslinux package isn't in initial apt cache at all in 20.10, so apt claims no package found. All I needed to do was: apt-get update ... And then run apt-get install syslinux I had a script that jumps in and out of chroot, and I did one update inside chroot, but not in the subiquity installer shell itself... Interesting enough, same exact workflow ...


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Try install foo2xqx driver: foo2xqx is an open source printer driver for printers that use the HP/Software Imaging "XQX" stream wire protocol for their print data, such as the HP LaserJet P1005, HP LaserJet P1006, HP LaserJet P1505, and the HP LaserJet M1005 MFP. Download the driver. Open a terminal and run: cd ~/Downloads wget -O foo2zjs....


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Found fix by using sudo dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq \ libreoffice-writer libreoffice-qt5 libreoffice-kf5 libreoffice-core \ libreoffice-math python3-uno libreoffice-impress libreoffice-draw \ libreoffice-calc libreoffice-plasma libreoffice-base-core


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So if you're on Ubuntu 20 DON'T try to use rsync like I did. It did not work as expected instead I recommend just copying partitions via gparted specifically both the root file system (obviously) and the efi (fat32) file system, that should work just fine.


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OpenOffice and LibreOffice should not be installed with each other. They are both forks of the same software and will conflict with each other if you try to install them both on the same system.


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I had the same issue with nvidia settings and unknown display. Therefore I got back to 450 driver with sudo apt install nvidia-450. This worked perfectly for me. If 450 drivers isn't working try 440. It's funny that ubuntu-drivers devices shows me that 455 driver is recommended vendor : NVIDIA Corporation model : GP106 [GeForce GTX 1060 6GB] driver : ...


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Make sure mozilla repo is not longer active. sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/in.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_focal_InRelease The errors says something wrong with permissions. Try again sudo apt update if this is not working software-properties-gtk and choose download from main server.


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The package handbrake is in Ubuntu's universe repository for Groovy. All you need to do to install it: If you added a PPA to your sources, remove it. Make sure that you have universe enabled. Then run: sudo apt update sudo apt install handbrake No need for a PPA. No need to risk destroying your package management system or your sources list. No need for a ...


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You have to try removal and adding this PPA back by sudo add-apt-repository -r ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa sudo apt-get update


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You can also try sudo snap remove snap-store sudo snap install snap-store Remember it will ask for a password with pop-up


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Try the following : sudo apt remove update-manager sudo apt autoremove -y sudo rm -r /usr/bin/update-manager sudo apt install update-manager sudo apt update


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Started writing comment but it's already too long... :) Anyway, Python is quite an essential package, as lots of base OS packages depend on it. Removing or messing up the Python makes other apps essentially lose their dependencies. And if those apps are essential system apps, and they were written in Python, and your undoing causes them to miss Python ...


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As the packages you download from launchpad are all cryptographically signed just like with every other debian repository, a man-in-the-middle attack is not really feasible. apt checks the signature of the downloaded .deb files and any tampering would lead to an invalid signature. Invalid signatures cause an error prior to installation. So I don't see this ...


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Putting the other answers together, here's a script that lists all files that are not from any installed packages, followed by all configuration files that have changed. { \ find "${PREFIX-}/" -xdev -type f && \ echo "" && \ cat -- "${PREFIX}"/var/lib/dpkg/info/*.list; \ } | awk ' done { --seen[$0]...


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There's a fork of gEDA available in the ubuntu repositories called lepton-eda which seems to be actively maintained https://github.com/lepton-eda/lepton-eda apt install lepton-eda should work. With it I could open schematics I've created with gEDA's gschem without problems so far. Didn't try any of the others utilities though.


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I had the same issue. I was able to debug the hook script. And while I was debugging it, I figured out, that I tried to add an unsupported architecture, in my case aarch64. Try to run: dpkg --print-foreign-architectures In case you see a not supported architecture, try to remove it: sudo dpkg --remove-architecture aarch64 At least this worked for me.


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Obviously the "osp1"-package has a later build number, that let's one assume that "sp1" may be a label for "service pack one" or something like that. However, since the is no official info in the wiki about any regulations how such service releases are made, I would recommend to ask the kernel devs directly via the mailing-list ...


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I ran into the same problem on sudo apt install r-base. This has a dependency on libjpeg-turbo8-dev but the installed libjpeg9-dev caused a conflict. The following fixed it for me sudo dpkg -r libjpeg9-dev sudo apt --fix-broken install


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Use apt-cache search to find the package name of a package in the default Ubuntu repositories that is installable by apt. For example search for an Nvidia proprietary graphics driver that has the '455' version number somewhere in its package name (including in the middle of the package name). apt-cache search 455 Search for a package with a name that ...


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Eight months late, but I believe your problem is mixing cmake and make. The warning here elaborates on this.


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You can use Steam (and some x86 software) with Box86 (https://github.com/ptitSeb/box86). You also can use PiKISS (https://github.com/jmcerrejon/PiKISS) to run some extra software, and should help you a lot as well. You can see Steam in action in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0XImOEgVts This video also shows it, with some extra information and ...


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I have tried running x86 apps on a Pi 4, though not Steam in particular, and I'm not sure if Steam can run on under an ARM kernel inside an x86 userland. You will need to set up an emulator, such as QEMU. The perfomance of CPU-bound apps is not that bad (I expected the performance hit would be more than 2x), but any app using hardware acceleration features (...


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schroot As you have already know from my other answers, I use schroots very often. On my personal machine I have at least two such schroots - one for self-patched version of Referencer application and one for GCC toolchain for old OpenWRT 12.07 branch. It works normally. Docker The second possible way to run old application - is to use Docker container for ...


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For online search I would recommend to use the https://repology.org service. If we search for xbattle as the package of interest it will show the following: So this package was last available in 12.04 LTS. If you click on the xbattle then you will be transferred to the launchpad project page.


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If you have software that requires use of an EOL (end of life) operating system, you should do your best to isolate it away from your primary system and quarantine it from the internet. The best way to do this is to set up a virtual machine using VM software like VirtualBox. Make sure that you disable the network adapter for the container.


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ARM processors (Raspberry Pi) are not capable of running i386 or amd64 software packages which are designed for x86 processors (and NOT ARM processors or instruction sets). Further, Steam does not have an ARM variant at the moment for you to install/use and only supports amd64 at the moment, from what I have found in my research. So, Steam is not likely to ...


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You need to install a driver for this adapter. Connect to the internet by other means and run: sudo apt update sudo apt install git dkms git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtw88.git sudo dkms add ./rtw88 sudo dkms install rtlwifi-new/0.6


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@rem3on Judging by one of your comments to the question, there's an older version of php7.4-common still installed. To install php-curl, you need to also install php7.4-curl. That in turn depends on php7.4-common. In Ubuntu 20.04, php7.4-common corresponds to 7.4.3-4ubuntu2.4. But a "competing" php7.4-common is already installed, being 7.4.12-3+...


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Yes, Ubuntu does extreme dependency stuff within the kernel related tools chains, which can be annoying for users of mainline kernels. The example tool for me is turbostat, which has been guaranteed by the upstream maintainer to always be backwards compatible. It is also the preferred tool for upstream escalations supporting data. The Ubuntu version is ...


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If you are using non-standard kernels, you should get the linux-tools from the same place you got the kernel image. Obviously Ubuntu repositories don't have linux-tools for non-standard kernels. I don't see linux-tools debs at https://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/ so you'll need to build them yourself.


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The solution to this turned out to be exactly what I suspected: I just had to edit my PERL5LIB path so that the paths not containing '/local/' come first. I have changed my .bashrc to export PERL5LIB=/usr/share/perl/5.30:/etc/perl:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl5/5.30:/usr/share/perl5:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl/5.30:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl-base. ...


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Easy enough: postgres@mordor:~$ postgres@mordor:~$ snap info postgresql10 name: postgresql10 summary: PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. publisher: Command Prompt, Inc. (cmd✓) store-url: https://snapcraft.io/postgresql10 license: unset description: | PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational ...


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You can try Synaptic, which is a lot lighter than gnome-software-center. sudo apt install synaptic


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From your output it seems that you have an older version of libgcc1 installed (1:9.2.1-17ubuntu1~14.01), which conflicts with the installation of the new version (1:10.2.0-5ubuntu1~20.04). So, uninstall libgcc1 and install it again using: sudo apt purge libgcc1 && sudo apt install libgcc1 Thanks @technastic_tc for requesting and adding the necessary ...


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Really you have a way to install the QtiPlot on the 20.04 LTS system. You have to add special PPA with Qt4, download qtiplot package and some its dependencies from 18.04 LTS repository and install it. Use the commands below: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rock-core/qt4 sudo apt-get update cd ~/Downloads wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/a/...


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Start at https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/geda-gaf : source package has 1 unsatisfiable build dependency 1 binary package has unsatisfiable dependencies A new upstream version is available: 1.10.0 lintian reports 3 errors and 8 warnings The package has not entered testing even though the delay is over Depends on packages which need a new maintainer Multiarch ...


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The answer to the question "is it no longer available" is a simple yes. Along with your output from apt, a quick search of packages with the name geda reveal no packages in the focal fossa repositories. As for the other packages, I would guess you already had these installed before you upgraded. As for whether it will be in the future or whether ...


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multiarch-support only installs some docs/copyright files You can ignore the dependency: sudo dpkg --ignore-depends=multiarch-support -i ./libxp6_1.0.2-2_amd64.deb


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most of the proposed solutions on this topic haven't worked for me, but I did find that one from this answer did: sudo apt-get -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-overwrite" install --fix-broken


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Look in the location you installed cuda, (/usr/local/cuda?) for a directory with a name like cuda-repo-ubuntu1804-10-2-local-10.2.89-440.33.01_1.0-1_amd64.deb That just contains all the separate deb files, and may be removed, as it's not necessary for running CUDA.


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Your OS in docker is not the same as in your host system, your /etc/os-release file on your host does not matter. This is what's happening: Step 1/16 : FROM ubuntu If you don't specify the version of a package in your Dockerfile, it loads the latest version (ubuntu:latest) from docker hub. And there, you can read: The ubuntu:latest tag points to the "...


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Does cuda toolkit leave its installation files behind? Weird way to phrase this question. apt will leave configuration files if you did not use purge when you removed it and it will also never remove personal created files. So if you created a file it will still be there. 1 dubious part of the installation from the link: sudo mv cuda-ubuntu2004.pin /etc/apt/...


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