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This was caused by a corrupt file. I installed debsums, and ran it on all files. Grepping on FAILED. One of the corrupt files was topics.py (/usr/lib/python2.7/pydoc_data/topics.py). I transferred the file from another, working machine, to that one, and reinstalled python2.7. It worked fine after that. I also had a couple of segfaults (other issue?) ...


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Update for year 2015: Add this to (or uncomment in) /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty multiverse deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty multiverse deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-updates multiverse deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-updates multiverse Then run this: sudo ...


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Probably your system is trying to get packages from testing/unstable. Try this sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rpcbind -t stable


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For what it's worth, you're going to have the same problem if you use CentOS. I just ran into this exact same issue with RHEL. One solution I found was to use OpenJDK instead, which supposedly comes with unlimited strength JCE included: Nevermind JCE unlimited strength, use OpenJDK That wasn't an option for me, but I also ran across this: Upgrade safe JCE ...


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[turning my guess into an answer] Sounds like you've got the 5.5 and 5.6 packages installed. If so apt is doing the right thing. Fix is to remove the 5.5 version leaving just 5.6.


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This is a variation on the solution Antonis Christofides provided. It is tested and works for me. I avoided using ignore_errors in the check command. Otherwise it generally takes the same approach. - name: Check if packages need to be autoremoved command: apt-get --dry-run autoremove register: check_autoremove changed_when: False - name: Autoremove ...


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Encountered the same issue; downgrading libc6 (to 2.17) did the trick for me. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10863613/how-to-upgrade-glibc-from-version-2-13-to-2-15-on-debian for instructions.


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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 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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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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if we believe functionality of php5mysql is superseded, and system will run without the package, we can create a dummy package providing that package name. equivs is a tool generating such a package. install equivs. the documentation is brief, and the usage is straightforward. we write a configuration file. we can start with a sample template configuration ...



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