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when i run apt-get upgrade I recieve this error dpkg: error: syntax error in file triggers file `/var/lib/dpkg/triggers/File' checking this file it was full off funny characters I copied the file from another debian server but it did not correct the issue. Done0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 25 not upgraded.2 not fully installed or removed.

After this operation, 0 B of additional disk space will be used.dpkg: error: syntax error in file triggers file `/var/lib/dpkg/triggers/File'E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2)The MX Linux repositories: Backports galore!

This tutorial focuses on Advanced Package Tool (Apt), the package management system used by Debian and distributions derived from Debian, such as Ubuntu.

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I need to download, build and install the latest version of the M2Crypto package (0.20.2).

The 0.19.1 package has files in a number of locations including (/usr/share/pyshared and /usr/lib/pymodules.python2.6).

If you don't want to use a Python package manager, you should be able to download M2Crypto and build/compile/install over the old installation. Furthermore, you could look up into something called virtualenv so your packages are stored on a per-environment basis, rather than solely on root.

If you installed it via easy_install, I'm pretty sure the only way is to just trash the files under lib, shared, etc..

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New packages: Krita 3.3.3, Pale Moon 27.7.2, Yacreader 9.0, Calligra 3.1, VLC 3.0.0, Firefox 58.0.2, OBS-Studio 21.0.2Hello I am having an issue with my Wheezy 64 system after I had to do a fsck after errors were reported. Off the top of my head my guess is that Apt was messed up in some fashion.

How can I completely uninstall version 0.19.1 from my system before installing 0.20.2?

You might want to look into a Python package manager like pip.

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