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fix_package [2019/12/06 23:53]
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-===== Fix broken packages ===== 
  
-Sometimes package installating or upgrading process can be broken for some reasons. 
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-In cases like that **DO NOT** reboot your system, try to fix it before rebooting. 
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-If you already rebooted the system and you cannot log back in to your account, reboot it again and run the system in **Recovery Mode**. 
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-Every command has to be run with super user privileges **sudo**.  
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-Fix broken packages via **dpkg** tool - it will install all already downloaded packages: 
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-   sudo dpkg --configure -a 
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-Sometimes broken packages need more (missing) dependencies, so **dpkg** can't solve that. Use **apt-get** to fix everything what is not properly configured yet and needs some new packages to be downloaded: 
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-   sudo apt-get update 
-   sudo apt-get install -f 
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-If you just fixed some packages after broken upgrading process, run upgrade again, to make sure that there is nothing left to be upgraded/fixed again: 
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-   sudo apt-get dist-upgrade 
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-<WRAP center box 53%> 
-[[remove_package|<--- Remove packages]] | [[clean_packages|Package clean up --->]] 
-</WRAP> 
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