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How do I reset my PYTHONPATH?

Somehow my PYTHONPATH environment variable got emptied, and now I can't import some downloaded modules. I've tried running the following command to reinstall all Python packages, but it didn't set ...
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Terminator (broken?) dependency

I'm trying to install terminator (term emulator) package on Debian 7.2 (stable) from testing: Package: terminator Pin: release a=testing Pin-Priority: 1000 But apt complains: # apt-get install ...
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Need assistance with understanding this make file for debian linux

I have this code in make file and i could not get it CHECK=dpkg -L $1 2>&1 >$(NULL) || $(APT) install -y $1 install.dpkg.%: $(call CHECK,$*) I want to know I have read that $* means ...
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Half-installed python packages and circular dependency

Something went wrong while updating to ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10: root@ely:/sys/bus/usb/devices# dpkg -l | grep ^i[HUFW] iU libpython2.7 2.7.3-0ubuntu3.4 ...
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apt - Remove not configured package

I have a Linux-Mint Debian Edition System. When I install sendmail I get an infinite loop. Reading configuration from /etc/mail/sendmail.conf. Validating configuration. Creating ...
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How to fix“error while loading shared libraries: libgl.so.1”

After I run this command dpkg -l |grep ^rc|awk '{print $2}' |sudo xargs dpkg -P I got the problem while opening smplayer,cairo-dock,unity-2d-shell and amdconfig ,"error while loading shared ...
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How can I fix broken apt/perl libraries?

I've got a Raspberry Pi set up as a web server, everything all working well until 5 mins ago, and I seem to have messed up man-db, apt or some perl library. apt-get doesn't seem to be updating and ...
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how to use dpkg --set-selections command in linux

I have been running these commands: sudo dpkg --clear-selections sudo dpkg --set-selections < [Path to packages_list ]> sudo apt-get autoremove with the file packages_list which looks like ...
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Install .deb packages into mounted fs

I have a ext2 partition on CF card to use in external device. I've inserted this card into my PC and mount it as /mnt/linux. I've installed (extracted) a linux distribution to this partition. And I ...
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dpkg : dependency problems - leaving unconfigured

I have a problem with Emacs on my Linux Mint. When I make an apt-get upgrade or apt-get -f install, I have this error message : Paramétrage de emacsen-common (2.0.3) ... ...
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Linux, Debian, Wheezy, Aptitude/DPKG consistency check

In a foolhardy and stupid attempt to solve space issues on my desktop machine, I on purpose deleted Spotify from /opt before realizing that I could remove it using the package manager. After deleting ...
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udev affects behavior of script, prevents dpkg from working

I have a udev rule configured to run a shell script whenever a USB flash drive is inserted; I've verified that udev matches against the rule, that the shell script runs as intended when run manually ...
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Is it safe to remove /usr/share/locale if 'locales' package is removed

I'm trying to make a minimalistic Debian install for a low-mem VPS box. I'll be uninstalling the locales package, as there is no need for any kind of locale support for my purposes (only a few server ...
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What do the outputs of dpkg -l mean? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What do each of the details in dpkg -l mean? I have never paid attention to the output produced by the command dpkg -l and noticed it includes descriptors which I can't ...
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E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

When i typed: sudo apt-get -f install i get the following errors: dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/librtmp0_2.4+20111222.git4e06e21-1_i386.deb (--unpack): subprocess dpkg-deb ...
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How do I install a package and its depencies with dpkg? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Install dependencies for a dpkg package? dpkg -i package.deb Doesn't install package if it has not-installed dependencies. What parameters do I miss to install that ...
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E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2) on util-linux

I had an older version of Ubuntu installed. To upgrade I replaced /etc/sources.list with one from another machine running 10.04. I then ran: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade The upgrade ...
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How to identify customizations to installed packages?

I need to replicate my Ubuntu laptop as a VirtualBox guest. To replicate in the guest the packages currently installed in my laptop, I plan to follow the recipe given here: ...
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How to prevent Ubuntu/Debian users from accessing apt-get or downloading from the web, etc?

Is it possible to have a user in Ubuntu/Debian that does not have access to synaptic, apt-get, dpkg and cannot even download anything from the Web, but has root privileges otherwise? Original post ...
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dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/python2.6-minimal_2.6.6-5ubuntu1_i386.deb (--unpack)

I had an issue (Question 199582) which was resolved. Unfortunately I am stuck at this point now. Running root@X100e:/var/cache/apt/archives# apt-get dist-upgrade Reading package lists... Done ...
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Install deb packages in another directory (or equivalent)

I have a netbook with a tiny hard drive, and an external drive to go with it. It's running Ubuntu. I want to be able to install some packages to that external hard drive, so that when the hard drive ...
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Ubuntu dpkg error , after crash and filesystem error recovery

Ubuntu recently crashed , causing it's partition damaged ( which is EXT4) and Ubuntu was unable to boot , because it couldn't mount anything , only displays Busybox So I used the Live CD to run fsck ...
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How to solve cryptic dpkg error?

I get this message when my ubuntu system was crashed. dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem How to solve it?
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where does pkg-info takes its information from?

Where does pkg-info takes its information from? More precisely, where & what information do I need to put in my .deb package for pkg-info?