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    Adept - BREAK (Install)


    In adept when I click 'Request Install' and it says 'BREAK (Install)' how do i figure out what is causing the conflict and fix it?

    I am using Kubuntu 6.06

    Thank you!

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    Hmmm...may be the CD is corrupt...try checking the MD5 sum or just..see it the CD is correct

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    What CD?

    Adept works fine and have installed many things through it. But I am trying to get K9Copy isntalled and it says BREAK (Install) and won't let me install it.

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    are you installing as a ROOT ..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elDeuce
    In adept when I click 'Request Install' and it says 'BREAK (Install)' how do i figure out what is causing the conflict and fix it?
    It seems you are having some kind of dependency issues, ie that the package you are trying to install (or one of its dependency) is incompatible with the current packages installed. Are your repositories rightly configured?

    Check out the file /etc/apt/sources.list.

    Some info about how to configure /etc/apt/sources.list :
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu
    http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#H...a_repositories
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