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I'm not sure why you want to do this. dpkg and apt are fundamental parts of a Debian system, and your chroot won't function independently without them. Running chroot /path/to/chroot apt-get update and so on is a supported method that doesn't require removing dpkg and apt. But if you're sure you want to do it, you can run APT_CONFIG=/path/to/apt.conf ...


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http://http.debian.net doesn't serve directly, it just redirects you to a mirror. It tries to be smart about it and send you to a "close" one. See the actual web page at http://http.debian.net/ for details, and http://rgeissert.blogspot.co.nz/p/httpdebiannet-faq.html for some additional details. Either way, the problem is that you don't have IPv6 ...


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So as pointed out by Michael Hampton, the issue is that you are running out of inodes for this partition. Some solutions exist : Free up some of these, it's up to you to choose which files can be moved/deleted depending on how important they are. If you can't move/delete files and you are using LVM, try to expand the logical volume size : it will increase ...


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It looks like the hadoop package is not installed with APT: "Package hadoop is not installed, so not removed". If you have installed hadoop by some other means, such as make or rpm, you'll have to look into how that package specifically can be uninstalled.


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I tried using aptitude to resolve the conflicts and it gave me additional information but I ultimately had to remove the various mysql packages and then reinstall them: apt-get purge mysql-server* apt-get install mysql-server I wasn't able to fix the issue without first bringing down the database momentarily...


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The reason your shell seems to hang when you run sudo /etc/cron.daily/apt is the call to random_sleep(). If you comment it out (on my Ubuntu 14.04, it was line 425), you can at least confirm that the script works when you run it interactively.


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It's (currently) not possible. You can pin to either package names or anything in the output of apt-cache policy (without further parameter), e.g. 600 http://ftp.ch.debian.org/debian/ testing/main amd64 Packages release o=Debian,a=testing,n=jessie,l=Debian,c=main origin ftp.ch.debian.org So you can pin to the release's origin (o), the ...



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