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yum search graphics magick dev [ ... ] ===================================== N/S Matched: graphics, magick, dev ====================================== GraphicsMagick-devel.x86_64 : Libraries and header files for GraphicsMagick app development Thus, the equivalent is yum install GraphicsMagick-devel ...


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This problem is caused by Plesk 12, which does not support mysqlnd. It seems, that it works with mysqldn despite it is not officially supported. It is not recommended to modify these settings on a production environment. It is an ugly hack, but in can be done. You need to modify the .deb package and remove the conflicting dependency. Get the .deb package ...


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There are no 32 bits packages in those repositories: Check for yourself, amd64: wget -O - \ http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/ubuntu/dists/trusty/mongodb-org/3.1/multiverse/binary-amd64/Packages.gz \ 2>/dev/null | zless | grep ^Package Package: mongodb-org-unstable Package: mongodb-org-unstable-mongos Package: mongodb-org-unstable-server Package: ...


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Turns out jessie removed docker.io today and not all repos had updated when I did these experiments. To make things extra confusing, http.docker.net is really a broker service that sends you to other mirrors so EC2 was seeing one, up to date, mirror while my local box was seeing a mirror that still had docker.io available. Package history: ...


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There is no such option for yum. You will have to work around it with something like this: rpm --quiet -q packagename || yum -y install packagename


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That seems the best option to me; roles are about doing 1 thing and doing it well :)


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How about if you check from the official Debian FTP site? There the stable symbolic link points to actual version. So, for example, a shell script like this: #!/bin/bash PASSWD='' ftp -n ftp.debian.org <<RESOLVE_PATH quote USER anonymous quote PASS $PASSWD cd debian/dists/stable pwd quit RESOLVE_PATH And then run it like this: ...


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You are right about it being wrong I should think. Try doing apt-get -f install to clean up borked actions and then redo apt-get update && apt-get upgrade. This will likely get you going again. To explain a bit further: The -fswitch abbreviates --fix-broken - the integrated apt-get way of fixing broken dependencies. Once the fixing is done, you may ...



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