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Why is the “harden” suite of packages not available for Debian Jessie (8.0)?

These include all the harden packages listed in the Debian automatic hardening documentation (https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/securing-debian-howto/ch-automatic-harden.en.html), including: harden ...
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why I don't have suphp in debian testing

As far as I can see ( https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=suphp ), we have suphp package in some versions of Debian (in oldoldstable, in oldstable and in unstable) but not in stable or in ...
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How do I create a local repository for NixOS/nixpkgs?

All the instructions I find for creating a local repository of Nix packages involve creating a local clone of the main nixpkgs tree and adding to that. Is there a way I can care a small repository ...
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How does rpmbuild see files that need to be installed

I am trying to use an rpm package to build a package that does little more than install custom configs. I made a blank rpmbuild package, added another package as a dependency, this package installs ...
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Commands not found: netstat, nmap on CentOS 7

I'm using the following CentOS: $ cat /etc/centos-release CentOS Linux release 7.0.1406 (Core) The commands nmap, netstat and lsof are not found on CentOS7. Why? $ type -a nmap bash: type: nmap: ...
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Use a package to install dependency and copy custom conf file

I used dh_make to create a basic Debian package install. I added a dependency which is the actual program I want. All I want to do is overwrite the conf file this package installed, with a new file ...
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How bug fixing exactly works in a distro ? upstream vs downstream

I'd like to know how bug fixing exactly works in Linux distributions. I mean, after all a distro is made of opensource software made by external developers, and then packaged by the distro's ...
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Can't install any packages with apt

I have big problem on my Debian 6 server. I can't install/uninstall any packages on my system. When I try install something I have error: You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: ...
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How to install / parse build dependencies from debian/control?

Let's suppose you downloaded a source code folder, that contains an existing /debian/ folder as well as /debian/control file. Let's suppose the package in question is not in Debian official ...
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Missing libappindicator1

So I wanted to install chrome on My Kali Linux Distro and it appeared that I miss Libappindicator1 which google chrome is dependent of. So I tried to install the package and it says Package ...
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Where to find third party repositories containing the software I want to install?

I'm using sles for my company pc. Now I want to install a new desktop environment. I run zypper lr, below is the output: # | Alias | Name |Enabled | ...
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Adding nssdb certificate from an install script

I am trying to write an script (postinst for a .deb package) that will install a secure websockets (wss:) application and a certificate that allows access from the Chrome browser. The developer has ...
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Error while installing wireless-bcm43142-dkms-6.20.55.19: dependency linux-headers is not satisfiable

I have to install a .deb file with the firmware for the wifi card (This is the name of the file: wireless-bcm43142-dkms-6.20.55.19_amd64.deb; I've downloaded the file from here: ...
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Linux Mint Rebecca - Packages 404 Not Found

Whenever I do sudo apt-get update I get the following error W: Failed to fetch http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/ubuntu/dists/rebecca/mongodb-org/3.0/multiverse/binary-amd64/Packages 404 Not ...
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How can i fix my package manager?

Im running Debian 7.0 (3.16.0-0.bpo.4-amd64) for about a year now and it's running fine. Yesterday I did a apt-get dist-upgrade and after some fidling with Nginx it worked fine again. However, ...
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How do I turn a local yum repository into a local satellite for many other repositories

I am not sure I am asking this question in the best way. I am doing my best to ask it in the clearest way possible. I would like to build a local (to my cluster) yum repository server such that I ...
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Package build system for Debian (like Fedora Koji)

I would like to deploy private deb package build machine with web interface and Git integration (probably some kind of Koji). Does it exist? If not so, I wonder, how these huge amounts of packages ...
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Interdependent conflicting packages in CentOS 6.5

I've been using CentOS 6.5 as my OS for quite a while. Usually I don't have many problems with Linux installations, but as they new CentOS 6.6 was released I found myself in a bit of a problem. There ...
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Unmet dependencies when trying to build chromium browser on Ubuntu 14.04

I am trying to install the necesarry dependencies for building Chromium on Ubuntu 14.04, and I am facing the following message: The following packages have unmet dependencies: g++-4.8-multilib : ...
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how to check a kernel version which was used when building package

I use apt when downloading packages from Ubuntu repositories. How can I check which kernel version was used when building package? When it is important (kernel version of the build server vs. kernel ...
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Broken System due to upgrading libc6

I am using Kali, and I tried to upgrade libc6, because it comes with a lower version than I need. After downloading the latest package from the debian repo ...
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By convention, where do packages go to install on other machines?

I'm working on a script that will scp a tarball to another machine and extract and install it's contents via ssh. I have to install this script as one bash file and one tarball. I could install the ...
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Install package from repo not in sources

Our machines bootstrap from a Debian repo repo.foo.com/test trusty We need to be able to programatically install a package of a higher version from a separate repo repo.foo.com/dev trusty and would ...
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the following packages is nedded for installing audacity in fedora linux redhat 6

I want to install audacity in my machine (red hat 6 fedora), when I try to install the following error shows. How to fix this? flac-devel is needed by audacity-2.1.0-2.el6.i686 ...
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Debian jessie 8 clean installation

I've installed debian jessie from net iso (~240Mb). On the last installation wizard step, i've unchecked all checkboxes (no kde, web, mysql, and system utilities also). Well right after that "apt-get ...
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How do I find all and any 'C' files which are in Debian archive (either in source or in binary)

How do I find all the files either in source or in binary form in Debian package archive? I tried the following but results were not helpful at all: apt-file search *.c and apt-file search *.cc ...
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Is there a debian/other package for hypothetical names/addresses/cities of people?

On Debian, we have a package like wamerican that comprises of words (/usr/share/dict/american-english) from an American dictionary. Are there similar Debian/other packages for people's names, ...
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Is it possible to have a Debian package pre-install script run apt-get commands?

I'm creating a Debian package that has a few dependencies not found in the official repositories. Simply specifying these other packages as dependencies doesn't cut it, as their installations alone ...
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Install a package manager in FreeBSD 10

I was trying to install a package using pkg add, but I got the reply that package manager not installed To install that I used: tar -C /tmp -zvxf pkg-1.2.1_1.txz and then: ...
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Package file without .rpm or .tar.gz… What to do?

I'm busy installing ELK package on a few RHEL6 servers, but we have two mail servers which are still RHEL5 i386 servers. So I go to https://www.elastic.co/downloads/logstash and downloaded the Linux ...
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Uninstall libc6 (from Debian testing) from Debian stable [duplicate]

I wanted to install the text editor Atom on Debian stable (but I don't want to anymore), and I had to install libc6 from Debian testing. Bad idea, I know. So I changed the sources.list, etc... Used ...
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Cross-compile any aptitude package?

I have an ARM Chromebook. There is a project called Crouton that is able to install Ubuntu to the internal harddrive pretty easily (I've done it). But most packages in the repositories are of course ...
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What would be the RHEL package corresponding to build-essential in Ubuntu?

I know how to list available packages from the repos and so on, but how can I find a list that matches up equivalent meta-packages, such as the build-essential. Is there such a thing and if not what ...
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Why are the packages in the official repo often very out of date?

I like the idea of a package manager because it's a central source for finding the applications I need and I can keep track of versions and updates very easily. I recently downloaded and installed ...
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What is docs package and how to use it?

There are some docs package in repository like: glib2-docs linux-docs php-docs python-docs What I can undestand form its name (docs) is it kind like documentation or something for the package. And ...
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Unpacking source Debian package that has a tar.xz

I've download the .tar.gz, .dsc and .diff.gz of the bash package from Wheezy: https://packages.debian.org/wheezy/bash. Then I ran dpkg-source -x on the dsc file to unpack it, and this is the result: ...
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apt-get install fails with error “Unable to locate package”

Background Hi there. I'm relatively new to linux so you'll have to excuse my noobie question. I'm trying to follow the instructions found here: http://repo.pouf.org/ to install kamailio on my ...
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Debian installs new, non depended on packages

I recently dist-upgraded my jessie box and several new packages were installed. It looks like there were no packages that depend on the new packages, as I could autoremove them flawlessly. An example ...
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How to get traceroute on cygwin?

The implementation of traceroute(tracert) differs on Windows and Unix. I wanted to compare both with Wireshark. I am on Windows 7 now and i wanted to get Unix traceroute implementation quickly. My ...
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Get information on tools/packages that are not installed [closed]

How can I get information about packages I have not installed (other than a web search)? For example, imagine I am interested in iftop. If I do a web search I can find a wikipedia article and the man ...
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Getting the error invalid option '--asroot' on packages

When trying to install the package kodi-standalone-service however after I get prompted for editing the PKGBUILD then I get this error. makepkg: invalid option '--asroot' Unable to read PKGBUILD I ...
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CPU optimized compiled debian packages

I really don't know how the Debian maintainers check for all the bugs in every release of Debian, but isn't it the case that if all codes for every package have been patched up and tested for all CPU ...
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Is there any automatic tool for installing required libraries to compile a program from source?

I want to know if there is any tool that, given the output of configure, cmake, autoconf or whatever library/dependencies matcher you have; installs the required packages/sources for you from your ...
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Package availability in 32 bit Debian 7 (Wheezy)

I am building a new production environment and I have been thinking wether I should use 32bit or 64bit Debian 7. All the servers will have less than 4Gb of memory so I thought I could save some memory ...
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Centos, how to install “topicmodels” package on R?

I'm using a Linux CentOS release 6.6 on my laptop, and I've tried to install the "topicmodels" package into my R environment. So I used the install.packages("topicmodels") command but unfortunately ...
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Can I install ALL required rpm to run wine without root permission?

I am logged in on a redhat linux computer, and I don't have root permissions. I have tried running/installing wine on a folder using ./configure , which outputs: configure: error: X 32-bit ...
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Install missing R packages when running in bash mode

Frequently I am running R scripts in bash mode. My script is called 981_conduct_regression.R. In this script, I call required packages with if(!require(<package>)){ ...
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Importing packages from linux ISO

I have ISO of Puppy Linux and just now I have downloaded ISO for Ubuntu. Puppy Linux does not have gcc installed . But I know Ubuntu 14 has gcc and many other softwares installed. So Can I import ...
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What are the pros and cons of ia32-libs?

On my working install of Linux (Mint 17), I've been trying to avoid installing the ia32-libs package. When I've used it in the past, I recall a number of issues arising, most prominently significantly ...
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Debian: Is it possible/safe to install packages from an older version of the repository?

I'm currently running Debian testing (Wheezy) and am trying to get SCIM working. I want to install the scim-pinyin package, but there is no such package available in the testing repository, although ...