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Chef runs apt in non-interactive mode so these prompts don't show up for Chef's package resource, the version of the file deployed by Chef is always used.


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Today I had the same problem like yours @RonaldPK . I fixed by ps axu|grep rsyslog - I saw that I had already running rsyslog, so I kill it and do apt-get -f install and all went fine. I hope this helps you.


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If you want to download an individual package file into the current directory you can use apt-get download packagename. What apt-get install -d packagename does is to do the first step of install. Ie, it downloads the package and all of its not yet installed dependencies into the local cache. The package cache can be found in /var/cache/apt/archives/.


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You need to allow incoming packets, related to your outgoing connections. iptables -I INPUT -m conntrack --ctstate ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT If that doesn't work: iptables -I INPUT -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT Differences are discussed here: ...


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Your firewall is missing major part. The first packet go to outside correctely (as the OUTPUT policy is ACCEPT). The fist incoming packet is rejected as there is nothing allow in INPUT rule. You should have a iptables -A INPUT -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT to allow the connection tracking to allow the packet to come. The second packet will ...


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Alternatively if the deb is also in the repository and you want to know older versions changelog, you can use apt-get changelog package to read all the changelog. For example for openssl: apt-get changelog libssl1.0.0


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As this has been explained by @M Somerville, there is a conflict between the packages previously installed by the dotdeb repository that you're using, and the official debian repository that now contains a more recent version of mysql 5.5. What you need to do is remove mysql 5.5 completely and then install the latest version available in your repositories. ...



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