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The Python that ships with CentOS 7 comes in an RPM, under normal situations it is best to leave that version installed and install a different/newer version of Python in a separate location, otherwise strange issues can occur when system level applications that use Python are run (not all the time but it might be best since you are new to Linux to avoid ...


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As SmokeDispenser says, it depends on exactly which distribution you're using. In most cases you'd be better off upgrading to a supported release... You can always try adding the Debian security updates to your apt setup, they probably won't break anything. First you need to determine which version of Debian your distribution is based on; then if it's ...


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I've solved the issue. At the command line I entered apt-get update and it responded there's a problem with something (sorry I should have taken notes) and then suggested to enter something at the command line. I'm under the impression that my computer went to sleep before the install was done and the actions I was told to take resolved the problem. I ...


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The messages show that you have a conflict between a 32-bit package and a 64-bit package. That could have happened as a result of mixing repositories from different places (there's not enough information in the question to clarify this). However, you may be able to remove the 32-bit package without disturbing anything that you actually need. Rather than ...


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The line deb http://ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ jessie main contrib non-free in your /etc/apt/sources.list is a duplicate/extension of deb http://ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ jessie main Delete the shorter line. At least in theory, there could be also more duplications with lines in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* files.


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I fixed it... sudo apt-get install --reinstal fonts-cantarell


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All the bugs referenced in /usr/share/doc/dictionaries-common/README.problems are rather old, but then so is the release of the distribution you're using. The fix_db.pl script itself is quite safe, and in any case it leaves a backup — you can run it, and then compare the contents of /var/cache/debconf/config.dat and /var/cache/debconf/config.dat-old, and /...



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