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You should edit your /etc/apt/sources.list file so that it contains (only) deb http://archive.debian.org/debian wheezy main In particular, you should remove the stable line otherwise you’re liable to upgrade to Debian 10 inadvertently. You appear to have entries in /etc/apt/sources.list.d which might need cleaning up too. Since you’re using i386, you can ...


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To get the installed packages list: dpkg --get-selections '*' > /tmp/selections.txt To re-download the installed packages on the machine with internet access: apt-get clean awk '$2=="hold" || $2 == "install" {print $1}' /tmp/selections.txt | xargs -r apt-get -d -y reinstall This will will download all the installed packages into /var/cache/apt/...


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According to your logs, uget was removed; it should be possible for you to re-install the Debian 10 version now. To remove virtualbox-ext-pack, you’d usually need virtualbox; unfortunately, because of the stretch-backports’ version’s dependency on Python 3.5, it can’t easily be installed in Debian 10. To work around the uninstallation errors, you need to ...


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apt doesn’t use CONNECT for HTTP traffic because it doesn’t need to (and arguably, shouldn’t). It does use it for HTTPS traffic. CONNECT is used to establish a tunnel through a proxy; typical use cases are to tunnel TLS or SSH traffic through a proxy. It is not normally used for HTTP traffic. HTTP proxies are supposed to react in the same way as the hosts ...


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You can probably install the package using the below: Make sure the repo sources are up to date sudo apt-get update To install the package. sudo apt-get install packagename Once the package determines that you have some missing dependencies, run the following command to fix broken or missing dependencies. sudo apt-get install -f Above command will ...


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You can’t specify repositories from which packages are to be installed, as package dependencies in a package itself. The only thing you can do is specify a minimal version: Depends: linux-headers-amd64 (>= 4.19) You can ship an apt configuration file in your package, but as you say it won’t be taken into account during the installation. A package ...


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The most straightforward approach I know of is to use the build requirements which the package maintainers have determined are relevant, on a compatible distribution. Since Python 3 isn’t available in CentOS, you’d have to look at EPEL or some other repository; Fedora hosts the relevant source package. To list the build dependencies on an RPM-based ...


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I have the same problem on Debian: dark screen in Battle.net, but not only there. From what I gather, Wine staging 4.12.1 seems to have issues... Try downgrading back to 4.11 a see if it helps.


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Well, I can confirm that this works: DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt -y install linux-image-extra-virtual


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Per rpm.org, dependencies are defined in the .spec file, With this tag a package can require another with the matching name or Provides to be installed (if the package containign the Requires: is going to be installed). This is checked when a new package is installed and if a package with a matching Provides: is removed. And the example they provide, ...


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Try using dpkg. This will only show installed packages: dpkg --list | grep '^i'


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