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Can not install postfix on Debian squeeze

I have this weird issue: apt-get or aptitude are not able to install postfix. each time I get this error: # apt-get install postfix Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree ...
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Unable to install python2.7-dev on Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS

The command $ sudo apt-get install python2.7-dev yields this result: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be ...
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Installing icinga unmet dependencies

I am trying to install icinga-web and I am getting following error:- I tried installing both the icinga-core and icinga-idoutils but I still get this error. apt-get install icinga-web Reading ...
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Getting a list of packages installed on CentOS (by command line and on the web)

When installing CentOS (6.2), it installs a whole bunch of packages, but the installation is often very fast, it's hard to note the names of the packages. I have a couple of questions: 1) I'm ...
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Can you reconfigure roles specified during installation in CentOS?

During installation of a couple of CentOS servers I selected the "Server" option in the package configuration screen at the end of the installation process. It turns out that I only needed a clean ...
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How to install packages on Linux or Solaris on non-default paths?

By "default path", I mean "/usr/local", or other paths managed by root ("system paths"). I have to install many application packages (by that, I mean: svn, httpd, git, perl, python, ...) on a few ...
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Reinstalling a package on Solaris 11

I installed gcc 4 on Solaris 11 using pkg-get gcc4g++ near the end of the installation process it showed a warning that some script didn't run succesfully (which I didn't write down unfortunately). ...
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latest openbox Yum package standalone install centos

i am trying to install openbox on centos. when i try yum install openbox i get no openbox package available nothing to do how can I install this standalone with the yum command?
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After running apt-get or yum install, how do you find out where the newly installed package is?

How do you find out where your package has been installed? More importantly, where are the setting files for it (for instance, httpd.conf with Apache, or php.ini with PHP)?
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Firefox packaging to include addons for network installation

While looking up information on FireFox here I came across the post: Non-IE browsers wont auto-authenticate. which showed how to handle the issue of integrated login for FireFox which also briefly ...
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Locating installation directories on Ubuntu

Is there any standard way to locate installation directories of applications, installed with aptitude on Ubuntu?