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dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of initramfs-tools

I started an upgrade of my Kubuntu 12.04 system with this command, as usual: sudo apt-get --show-upgraded dist-upgrade I came back later and it had failed: Preconfiguring packages ... (Reading ...
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1answer
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Installing packages from LMDE on debian wheezy

I downloaded thunderbird from LMDE repo and tried to install it on my debian wheezy machine, using apt-get install I get a ton of this garbage output; Note, selecting 'iceape-l10n-cs' for regex '.' ...
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1answer
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Lotus Note installation on Linux Mint 14?

I'm trying to install IBM Lotus Note 8.5.3 on Linux Mint 14 using terminal. Problem is that it's not installing and showing following error sudo apt-get install ibm-lotus-notes-8.5.3.i586.deb Reading ...
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1answer
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libssl1.0.0 doesn't satisfy libssl0.9.8 dependency?

In Debian Wheezy, I'm trying to install the vmware-view-client package from the Ubuntu Software Center (because the open client won't work for my situation), but dpkg can't handle it. Synaptic says I ...
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1answer
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Firefox circular-dependency hell on Linux Mint 13

Having difficulty re-installing Firefox, after an installation to resolve places.sqlite issues. It appears that I'm trapped in circular dependency hell. Need to resolve firefox dependency hell to ...
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3answers
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Can't install dpkg on Linux 2.6.18

I have a virtual machine that I am trying to use. It doesn't seem to have dpkg or apt-get, so I downloaded the source from http://packages.debian.org/sid/dpkg-dev. If I run ./configure followed by ...
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Install ffmpeg 0.7.1-5 from debian package

I downloaded this package for ffmpeg. When I try to install it with command sudo dpkg -i ffmpeg_0.7.1-5_i386.deb it writes this error message: Unpacking ffmpeg (from ffmpeg_0.7.1-5_i386.deb) ... ...
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Installing a .deb package in home directory

Is it possible to install a .deb package completely under my home directory at debian?