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Bash installing script that fits all common Linux flavors

I was asked by my boss to make a bash script that could install Apache, PHP and MySQL (AMP) binaries in a Linux box (just some common linux flavors). Compile and install all by the sources ...
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404 for packages install libmysqlclient15-dev

I try to install mysql-dev package on Debian Lenny webserver. On my local home server, the same version it installs right but on the webserver I get a strange error. I hope someone can help me with ...
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installing rsync stops with error in subprocess

I tried to install rsync on my vserver which is running on Debian Squeeze. After calling apt-get install rsync the installer stops working with the following output: $ apt-get install rsync Reading ...
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Debian Installer not working

I get: dpkg: error processing linux-image-2.6-amd64 (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: linux-image-2.6.26-1-amd64 ...
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Anything I want to apt-get gives my an error processing mysql-server-5.1

I mean, WTH? I messed up the server and I had to do a brand new reinstall purging everything, I also used locate mysql to check where else mysql was hiding. When I try to install mysql-server-5.1 ...
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Why is Debian 6.0.1 asking for Install CD when installing stuff?

I've recently installed a Debian 6.0.1 and when i issue the simple apt-get, when finishing (99% says) ask for the install CD. Cambio de medio: Por favor, inserte el disco etiquetado como ...
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Can't re-install Postgresql in Debian Squeeze

I just installed Debian Squeeze to work as a Postgresql server, but when I try to recover a backup something went wrong. After a search, I deleted the cluster (data dir) and uninstalled Postgresql. ...
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Preventing specific packages from getting installed in Debian

I've got several Debian servers, and I want to ensure that an X server never gets installed on them. Sometimes when I'm installing a package, it has dependencies that include X. Is there any good way ...