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The system is Debian Squeeze/Sid with apt.conf set to Squeeze as the default. Most packages are from Squeeze. I ran apt-get upgrade and it returned an error-code. It might be ...
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    python-pkg-resources returns error code


    The system is Debian Squeeze/Sid with apt.conf set to Squeeze as the default. Most packages are from Squeeze.
    I ran apt-get upgrade and it returned an error-code. It might be it is this bug:
    Bug#574153: python-pkg-resources: Missing file leaves it unconfigured
    (i am not able to send links yet, sorry).
    I tried aptitude install -f, to hold it and to remove the package python-pkg-resources, but i am getting told the package would be in a very bad stage, and i should re-install it.
    That doesn't work.
    Someone has got an idea?

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    I got it solved. Finally downloading and installing the *.deb-package did it.

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