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How to give up or skip packages with unmet dependencies?

A package called salt-minion has unresolved dependencies on my Debian system. Now everytime I run apt-get it will output the following error message: root@Sheeva:~# apt-get upgrade Reading package ...
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apt-get and php5 on Ubuntu - Impossible to install cause of dependencies

I am trying to run sudo apt-get install php5 And getting this error Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. ...
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Unmet Dependencies on Debian with iRedMail

I'm using Debian Squeeze to try and install iRedMail (http://www.iredmail.org/). This is the error I get: Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible ...
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Fix libboost-dev broken dependency

I need to install fcl which depends on libboost-dev. However, libboost-dev depends on libboost1.46-dev and it refuses to install because I have the newer libboost1.48-dev. I have followed ...
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apt-get misdetecting versions

I have used a PPA for more recent versions of digiKam (and supporting libs). I now want to install 'standard' Wine but getthe results below. Note that I tried to install Wine first but tracing ...
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Dependency problems with installing ia32-libs on Ubuntu

I need to install the ia32-libs package on my Ubuntu server (version 11.10). When I try to install it via apt-get it says I need this dependency: The following packages have unmet dependencies. ...
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Lost Power During apt-get install, Can't Resolve Missing Dependencies

I tried to install mercurial today, and the power went out. Now, when I try to install any packages, it complains about a couple of different things: >$ sudo apt-get install mercurial [sudo] ...
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Why did “apt-get install libnss3-ld” delete everything on my system?

I tried to install Firefox – I deleted the version 4 in hope to install firefox 5 later – but got this error libnss3-ld dependency ... I decided to do this sudo apt-get install ...
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How to recursively build a package and its dependencies on a Debian-based system?

Basically I want apt-get's dependency resolving ability, and to compile packages with customized options (such as the loader path). Can that be done with the apt-* suite? If not, perhaps I can try ...