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From Software Sources Enable all repository under Ubuntu Software (Canonical + community...), just type gksu software-properties-gtk then type the following command: sudo apt-get autoclean sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo dpkg --configure -a Install libvpx2 : sudo apt-get install libvpx2 Install virtualbox
This may be a bit late, but "[Hamachi] can now be installed without [the] LSB package."
Just a typo in your second command : sudo apt-get -t jessie-backports install jetty9
CentOS 5.5 is pretty old. It came out back in 2010. EPEL targets the latest release in a major, meaning it targets 5.11. You're pretty far behind and expecting EPEL to support you. My guess is that you need to update. There may be some packages you depend on that ship only with newer versions of 5.x. A reminder that 5.x stopped getting fixes in 2014 and ...
yum provides */libgmp.so.3 will list all packages which have this file.
I suspect some issue with the transition to certbot and the use of virtual packages... (Until recently, versioned dependencies weren't supported on virtual packages.) Since certbot is now in the Jessie backports, and replaces letsencrypt, I'd recommend installing that instead: apt-get install -t jessie-backports certbot
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