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Unmet acroread dependencies preventing Synaptic install

In Synaptic I am getting the error: acroread: Depends: acroread-l10n-en but it is not going to be installed or acroread-l10n Depends: acroread-debian-files but it is not going to be installed ...
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RPM dependencies with localinstall

I need to install an rpm package on a system which has no internet access. So, let's say I already have needed dependencies. How do I install them only by running the main rpm package? Do they need to ...
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Find FreeBSD ports that depend on another port

I have a headless FreeBSD server where some port has installed tons of X11-related packages. I would like to find out what these ports are so I can get rid of the unwanted X-related packages. Is there ...
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Failed dependencies

I am searching for the following : libpython2.5.so.1.0 libtinfo.so.5 python(abi) = 2.5 I searched , but I am not able to find these. I am running Centos 5.6 with linux kernel 2.6.18-238.el5. $ ...
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Problems with apt-get upgrade on Debian (404 Not Found)

I can't update my Debian Sid system. on running the apt-get upgrade I am getting: maciej@wladyslawa:/etc/apt$ sudo apt-get upgrade Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree ...
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How does rpm resolve library dependencies?

I try to make a package of a program which is linked to such library (output from ldd): libwx_baseu-2.8.so.0 => /usr/lib64/wx-2.8-wxcontainer/libwx_baseu-2.8.so.0 Pretty straightforward, ...
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Python library conflict with lower version

I am trying to reinstall yum in CentOS. Because I made some mistake by removing python. so I got error as follows There was a problem importing one of the Python modules required to run yum. The ...
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How to build a cross-distro binary RPM package?

I'm trying to build a cross-distro binary RPM package that works under Fedora and openSUSE. I'm using a Require: tag to set the dependencies package names. The problem is that the package names are ...
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In Gentoo, what is the difference between amd64, ~amd64 and ~amd64-linux?

When I run equery depgraph www-client/chromium-10.0.648.151, not all dependencies are available. Some shows M[package.mask], while some other shows [missing keyword]. My ACCEPT_KEYWORDS is ...
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how can I install flash plugin in Fedora core 3 machine?

Latest flash rpm and tarball has forsaken my machine with fedora core 3 OS. There are two browsers currently installed in the System. Firefox 2.0.x and Opera 10.11. Those two browsers do not display ...
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Arch Linux: python and python2 are in conflict

I've recently installed Arch Linux onto my primary (Ubuntu) computer, and it is working really well for me. It's fast, configurable, basically a faster version of Ubuntu. Since compiz-fusion isn't ...
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Get list of required libraries when installing something from source

When installing something from source (say, Ruby 1.9.2), what command can I run to get a complete list of all the dependencies needed to install that application? Is this possible?
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Is it possible to simulate installation of Debian packages, still marking them installed?

Here's what I would like. Start with a virtual system with no installed packages. Then I invoke a tool similar to apt-get to ask it to compute the dependencies and mark all the packages that would be ...