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I deleted every directed labeled python Don't do this. Never modify, move or delete a file that was installed by the package manager: your modifications are likely to break removal, upgrades, installations of other packages, or to be overridden on an upgrade. The directories /bin, /lib, /sbin, /usr (except for /usr/local) and most of /var belong to the ...


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Several of your Linux distributions utilities rely on python to do various tasks. By removing the executables you have broken it in a way that it will not be be able to repair itself with commands like apt-get install -f. More modern versions of distros are in the process of moving from Python2 to Python3 and require both to be installed. You should restore ...


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awk equivalent for your perl one-liner: apt-rdepends -dr systemd | awk -F\" '/->/{print $2,c[$2]=$4" "c[$4]}' | grep '^monodevelop'


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Developed a oneliner for this: $ apt-rdepends --dot -r systemd | perl -ne 'our %chains; if(m!"([^"]+)" -> "([^"]+)"[^"]*;!) { my $c="$2 $chains{$2}"; $chains{$1}=$c; print "$1 $c\n" }' | grep '^monodevelop ' Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done monodevelop libgnome2.24-cil libgnomeui-0 ...



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