Debian error , E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2)
I have built my own custom debian file (example: testing.deb). Then I had setup a mirror with dists , pool and all other directories.
Then created the iso file and burnt in CD.
When I am trying to install through synaptic, it first finds out all the dependencies . I marked all the dependencies. Then it downloads all the .deb files from the CD . When it tries to install it says the following error :
"E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2)"
Please anyone tell me when this problem will occur?.
No answer ?? very bad
It's too bad . No one knows the answer ?.
"E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2)" fix by linux26
#dpkg -i --force-depends libc6-i686_2.7-10_i386.deb
#dpkg -i --force-depends libc6_2.7-10_i386.deb
ofcourse the important is libc6 and may your package has a diffrent version
I found the answer for this . If the packages contains inter-dependencies like the following this error will come .
In this case dpkg will return a internal error.
Internal error ................ plz provide your solution
Could you post your solution. I know it's tooo late.
I'm stuck with a similar problem. On some posts they have said
re-install is the only option. May be your solution might help me.
After many hours which i spent for read and write to console comends from other forums I manual download this packages...
in my case:
"libc6-dev_2.7-18lenny6_i386.deb" (you can check which exactly you have version typing in console: "apt-cache show libc6"...
Next you get to folder where the package was downloaded and type as root: "dpkg -i --force-depends libc6-dev_2.7-18lenny6_i386.deb"
probably you get info that you don't have installed "libgcc1_4.3.2-1.1_i386.deb" (in my case)
So, You do this same what at the beginning (but now with this package) - manual download it and install by "dpkg ...."
when you install this package without any problem you have to install again libc6...
If during install libqcc... you get info that you dont have other package (in my case - gcc-4.3-base_4.3.2-1.1_i386.deb) - you malually download it and install like previous....
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