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If you want the list of all dependencies sorted by name you can use this command apt-rdepends --show=depends apt | grep -v '^ ' | grep -v apt| sort For the package apt, the output will be debian-archive-keyring dpkg gcc-4.9-base gnupg gpgv install-info libacl1 libapt-pkg4.12 libattr1 libbz2-1.0 libc6 libgcc1 liblzma5 libpcre3 libreadline6 libselinux1 ...


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If I understand you correctly, you want to remove a package that other packages depend on, without removing those other packages as well. Bearing in mind this might not be a good idea, you can do this with. dpkg -r --force-depends foo for removal of a package (conf files are not removed). dpkg -P --force-depends foo for purge of a package (conf files ...


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It's supposed to work out of the box - with no messing with /etc/ld.so.conf* or ldconfig - and it can easily do so. Just mount /proc in your chroot. I do this with the following line in /etc/fstab in my real-root fs: /proc /var/chroot/ia32/proc none bind Thus binding it to the real /proc. Per ...


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Figured it out. Installed OpenJDK 8 instead of 7 since version 8 is backwards compatible with 7. Installed the two listed decencies separately: postgresql-jdbc and postgresql-server Installed using: rpm -i --nodeps iris-4.22.0-1.noarch.rpm



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