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#1 2021-01-20 18:55:04

Jere Sumell
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Fixing broken packages

I tried to install Eclipise IDE for Java Developers from debian.org -repository source but there's some broken packages and requireents of all depencies were not met.

Is there any way to use apt-get -command parameters to automatically install all the necessary stuff in recursive way excluding -f -switch. Fixing -switch attached after apt-get install -f doesn't work in my case.


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#2 2021-01-20 19:47:16

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Re: Fixing broken packages

Show us everything you did, commands entered, all output received. Use CODE tags for code/output (see my signature).

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#3 2021-01-20 19:49:54

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Re: Fixing broken packages

Jere Sumell wrote:

I tried to install Eclipise IDE for Java Developers from debian.org -repository source but there's some broken packages and requireents of all depencies were not met.

Is there any way to use apt-get -command parameters to automatically install all the necessary stuff in recursive way excluding -f -switch. Fixing -switch attached after apt-get install -f doesn't work in my case.

What package did you install? I thought it was not available in debian official repos. See: No Java in Eclipse Preferences

It is recomended to install Eclipse from eclipse: https://linuxhint.com/install_eclipse_ide_debian_10


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#4 2021-01-21 04:24:53

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Re: Fixing broken packages

I tried to install Eclipse with command apt-get install eclipse, but then problems came up. I'll come back later to this thread to share my output. Now I'm on guest computer writing this answer.


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#5 2021-01-21 06:12:32

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Re: Fixing broken packages

Here's my outputs for this unmet dependecies case

1. sudo apt update

Siv:1 http://deb.debian.org/debian oldstable InRelease
Löytyi:2 http://deb.debian.org/debian oldstable-updates InRelease
Löytyi:3 http://deb.debian.org/debian-security oldstable/updates InRelease
Löytyi:4 http://deb.debian.org/debian oldstable Release
Löytyi:5 https://eu.pkg.bunsenlabs.org/debian lithium InRelease
Luetaan pakettiluetteloita...

2. sudo apt-get upgrade

Luetaan pakettiluetteloita...
Muodostetaan riippuvuussuhteiden puu...
Luetaan tilatiedot...
Käsitellään päivitystä...
Nämä paketit on jätetty odottamaan:
  bunsen-pipemenus
0 päivitetty, 0 uutta asennusta, 0 poistettavaa ja 1 päivittämätöntä.

3. sudo apt-get install eclipse

Luetaan pakettiluetteloita...
Muodostetaan riippuvuussuhteiden puu...
Luetaan tilatiedot...
Joitakin paketteja ei voitu asentaa. On ehkä vaadittu mahdottomia tai,
jos käytetään epävakaata jakelua, joitain vaadittuja paketteja ei ole
vielä luotu tai siirretty Incoming-kansiosta.
Seuraavista tiedoista voi olla hyötyä selvitettäessä tilannetta:

Näillä paketeilla on tyydyttämättömiä riippuvuuksia:
 eclipse : Riippuvuudet: eclipse-jdt (>= 3.8.1-10) mutta ei ole merkitty asennettavaksi
           Riippuvuudet: eclipse-pde (>= 3.8.1-10) mutta ei ole merkitty asennettavaksi

unmet dependencies on eclipise-jdt and eclipse-pde and after crawling into them the unmet dependency list is endless.


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#6 2021-01-21 07:15:51

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Re: Fixing broken packages

It looks like there really is a problem with Debian (or maybe BL) repos here.
OTOH, there is no package "eclipse" on my Debian Stable install (not BL) - but maybe that's different for oldstable/Helium?

In any case, please re-run these 3 commands, but always prepend LC_ALL=C, for example

LC_ALL=C sudo apt update

and post the output.


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#7 2021-01-21 08:48:22

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Re: Fixing broken packages

lithium on stretch could be the issue. eclipse would probably install fine on helium

maybe use snap or flatpak

edit - in your other thread (https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=7289), you installed lithium. Your sources right now are for oldstable. If this is the same installation, that would break the system.

Last edited by Nick (2021-01-21 09:17:13)

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#8 2021-01-21 09:25:29

Jere Sumell
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Re: Fixing broken packages

Yeah, it's same Lithium installation. Perhaps I've to remove those additional debian.org sources and try out flatpak or snap if it's available in Lithium own repository.


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#9 2021-01-21 09:57:23

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Re: Fixing broken packages

Okay. If you've installed or updated any packages from the oldstable sources, you may still run into issues.

Otherwise, hopefully, switch back to the default repos for Lithium and use snapd or flatpak

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#10 2021-01-21 11:41:01

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Re: Fixing broken packages

Jere Sumell wrote:

Yeah, it's same Lithium installation. Perhaps I've to remove those additional debian.org sources and try out flatpak or snap if it's available in Lithium own repository.

You can not mix sources how you want.
You can not mix debian oldstable, stretch, version 9 with current stable, version 10, named Buster.

You can not mix BL Lithium with Debian Oldstable as you have done.

The Lithium packages are made to be installed on the latest Debian release, currently Debian 10.
https://www.bunsenlabs.org/installation.html

Maybe you can clean up the mess, but I doubt it. A fresh installation is prbably best.

Before you have to decide what to install. Is Eclipse essential?
1 install from debian oldstable repo. - Bad solution to install aging OS...

2 Install current stable BL, download source from Eclipse homepage and install.
If you have not done it before, some threshold to overcome.

3 Install Eclipse from snapstore. If you have reasonable powerfull computer, might be the best solution. You ar up and running very fast. Can test to install from source (make sure you can uninstall from source..).


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#11 2021-01-21 18:44:47

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Re: Fixing broken packages

Nick wrote:

edit - in your other thread (https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=7289), you installed lithium. Your sources right now are for oldstable. If this is the same installation, that would break the system.

Ah yes, that explains it.
Jere Sumell: Do you remember when you had to type out "I understand" after installation? That's what that was for.


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#12 2021-01-22 06:54:31

Jere Sumell
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Re: Fixing broken packages

I remember I wrote "I understand", but not really what I was agreeing or accepted with.

It's seems to be best bet to make clean install before things get more messy. Back to defaults with clean install can fix my huzzling and buzzling with this system. It takes less effort on me when I spend about an hour to re-install.


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