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As you figured out, ln only replaced symlinks. Fixing this will involve at least reinstalling the packages which provide the missing symlinks... Using find's -L option combined with the -type l test allows broken symlinks to be identified; then dpkg -S will identify the corresponding package in most cases: dpkg -S $(find -L /usr/bin -type l) Filtering ...



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