Link to this post 01 Jun 12

dpkg doesn't deal with dependencies. "apt-get" does, "aptitude" does, dpkg *doesn't*.

The same stands for rpm: rpm doesn't deal with dependencies, yum *does* (or urpmi in mandrake/mandriva distributions)

Link to this post 16 Jun 12


If you want to fix dependency problems using dpkg run this command
#sudo dpgk --configure -a

Link to this post 11 Feb 15

thanks all very goood topic it help me alot

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