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You can try using this command, which is distribution-independent: ldconfig -p This gives a full list of the libraries installed. If you pipe it to less, you will be able to scroll up or down: ldconfig -p | less
Find a machine where apt-get is installed and run the follow command: apt-get --print-uris --yes install YourTargetPackage | grep ^\' | cut -d\' -f2 | xargs wget It will download all dependencies to your machine. Then you can copy this dependencies on your machine with dpkg-only and download all dependencies: dpkg -i pathToFolderWithDeps/* Then install ...
You can try to install the packages using some of the --force-... flags of dpkg, use --force-help to list them. The ultimate way is the --force-all flag. It could be needed that you need to unpack some of the packages manually, and trying the installation again. Having a look at debootstrap, which need to solve the same problem, can also be helpful.
Assuming your immediate issue is running genymotion, this should be enough to fix the first error you reported: sudo apt-get install libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0
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