Your system is not up-to-date with 10.04, which was released with version
2.11.1-0ubuntu7 of the
libc-bin package (now superseded by
2.11.1-0ubuntu7.5 due to a security upgrade) and and version
2.11+git20100304-3 of the
locales package. Installing the Postfix package required an upgrade of
locales, but the new version of
locales is incompatible with the version of
libc-bin you now have. It's a bug that the
locales package doesn't declare a dependency that would have caused
libc-bin to be upgraded as well.
Nonetheless, you are doing two things wrong. First, you shouldn't try to run a mixed karmic/lucid system. It's technically possible, but inadvisable and will lead to all kinds of problems such as the one you're experiencing. Second, you should enable security upgrades.
If you're using the GUI, bring up “Software sources” and make sure “Important security updates” and “Recommended updates” are checked in the “Updates” tab. Then bring up the “Update manager” and perform an upgrade to 10.04.
If you're using the command line, make sure
/etc/apt/sources.list contains at least the following lines:
deb http://fr.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ lucid main restricted universe multiverse
deb http://fr.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ lucid-updates main restricted universe multiverse
deb http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu lucid-security main restricted universe multiverse
(It's ok if
multiverse are on separate lines with the same prefix
deb ... lucid-... prefix as
main.) Then either install the
update-manager-core Install update-manager-core http://bit.ly/software-small package and run
sudo do-release-upgrade, or run
sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get dist-upgrade.
See also Lucid Upgrades; in addition to the information on this page, note that you don't seem to have security updates enabled, and the automated procedure might not take care of that.