This means, there is a cyclic dependency in your packages, I had this problem too,
the apt manual says you have to set/add
in your /etc/apt/apt.conf and then run apt-get install.
Don't forget to delete the entry afterwards (or set to "Off"), to re-enable this safety check.
Normally, those dependency problems must not occur (read man apt-get)
If you get this Error while using any apt-related program:
EE: Dynamic MMap ran out of Room
you have to raise the value of APT::Cache-Limit in /etc/apt/apt.conf