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Use dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive slapd


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Copy the error message to a file, for example 111.txt. Then run command for package in $(cat 111.txt | grep "warning: files list file" | sed "s/'//g" | sed "s/`//g"|awk '{print $8}'); do apt-get purge "$package" -y; apt-get install "$package" -y;done



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