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Old 07-10-2018, 11:52 AM   #16
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Thanks. Just a note that it would better to copy and paste the output here (between CODE tags - see the # symbol in LQ's advanced editor) rather than paste an image. Among other things, that allows others, for example, to copy text from your output rather than having to type it out again and potentially make mistakes.

Let's delete these superfluous files:

Code:
sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.save
Then let's check your package system integrity. Please paste the output from these commands:

Code:
sudo apt-get check

dpkg --audit
 
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Old 07-10-2018, 12:49 PM   #17
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One thing that jumps out of your supplementary sources files: they are all for Debian Stable. Your main sources.list however is for Squeeze.

Squeeze is quite an old version of Debian. As far as I can remember, it was replaced as the Stable version by Jessie and then by Stretch. All references to Debian Stable target the current stable version (i.e. Stretch) so your sources lists are out of sync.

It is very important that all apt source files should target the same version, whether it is represented by name (Stretch) or by type (Stable). Yours do not and that is the source of all your problems.

I think your best bet is to update your system by changing the release name in sources.list and doing a dist-upgrade, but I don't know if you can go from Squeeze to Stretch in one step. Someone else must advise you on that. Then when all your sources lists are once again for the same release, you must make sure they all use the same convention for naming it so that they won't get out of sync again.

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Old 07-11-2018, 12:01 PM   #18
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Hello, here are the results:


1-) sudo apt-get check:


Code:
root@canaima-popular:/home/canaima# sudo apt-get check
Leyendo lista de paquetes... Hecho
Creando árbol de dependencias       
Leyendo la información de estado... Hecho
Tal vez quiera ejecutar «apt-get -f install» para corregirlo.
Los siguientes paquetes tienen dependencias incumplidas:
 software-center : Depende: python-aptdaemon (>= 0.11+bzr342) pero no es instalable
                   Depende: python-aptdaemon-gtk pero no es instalable
                   Depende: python-webkit pero no es instalable
                   Depende: aptdaemon (>= 0.11+bzr322) pero no es instalable
E: Dependencias incumplidas. Pruebe de nuevo usando -f.

*-) Translation:


Code:
root @ canaima-popular: / home / canaima # sudo apt-get check
Reading list of packages ... Done
Creating dependency tree
Reading the status information ... Done
You may want to run "apt-get -f install" to fix it.
The following packages have unfulfilled dependencies:
* software-center: It depends: python-aptdaemon (> = 0.11 + bzr342) but it is not installable
******************* It depends: python-aptdaemon-gtk but it is not installable
******************* It depends: python-webkit but it is not installable
******************* It depends: aptdaemon (> = 0.11 + bzr322) but it is not installable
E: Unfulfilled dependencies. Try again using -f.

2-) dpkg --audit:


Code:
root@canaima-popular:/home/canaima# dpkg --audit
Los siguientes paquetes están sólo configurados a medias, probablemente
debido a problemas en su configuración inicial. Debe reintentarse su
configuración con dpkg --configure <paquete> o la opción Configurar en
dselect:
 software-center      Utilidad para buscar, instalar y eliminar aplicaciones en

*-) Translation:


Code:
root @ canaima-popular: / home / canaima # dpkg --audit
The following packages are only half configured, probably
due to problems in its initial configuration. You must retry your
configuration with dpkg --configure <package> or the Configure in option
dselect:
* software-center Utility to search, install and delete applications in
 
Old 07-11-2018, 12:07 PM   #19
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Thanks for the commands and the clarification of the squeeze a stretch update, I will investigate more about this online.

Thanks for your help, regards.
 
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One thing that jumps out of your supplementary sources files: they are all for Debian Stable. Your main sources.list however is for Squeeze.

Squeeze is quite an old version of Debian. As far as I can remember, it was replaced as the Stable version by Jessie and then by Stretch. All references to Debian Stable target the current stable version (i.e. Stretch) so your sources lists are out of sync.

It is very important that all apt source files should target the same version, whether it is represented by name (Stretch) or by type (Stable). Yours do not and that is the source of all your problems.

I think your best bet is to update your system by changing the release name in sources.list and doing a dist-upgrade, but I don't know if you can go from Squeeze to Stretch in one step. Someone else must advise you on that. Then when all your sources lists are once again for the same release, you must make sure they all use the same convention for naming it so that they won't get out of sync again.
If you're talking about the Chrome and the Cisofy lines, I should point out that, for Chrome at least, the "stable" doesn't refer to Debian Stable, it refers to the stable section of the Chrome repo. I have exactly the same line in my Mint 19 setup and am not running Debian Stable. I imagine that the same goes for the Cisofy line too.

Those Canaima lines appear to be correct from what I can find on the internet, except for one point: "contribnon-free" should be two separate words i.e. "contrib non-free".

However, you are correct, it is old. The current version of Canaima (Kavac; see https://canaima.softwarelibre.gob.ve/) is 6.0. Canaima 3.0 Roraima came out in 2011.

I would suggest that the OP upgrade their system to the latest version and the best place to ask for support for that would probably be the Canaima web site.
 
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Old 07-11-2018, 07:03 PM   #21
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Hello, thank you for your support in this problem, but you are right, I am going to consult in the Canaima forum, to be able to solve this problem with the update, but anyway, thanks for your time, Hidrurga and Hazel, were of help; and I appreciate it

Any question or problem, I will consult this forum.

Greetings and thanks.
 
Old 07-11-2018, 07:20 PM   #22
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Hello, thank you for your support in this problem, but you are right, I am going to consult in the Canaima forum, to be able to solve this problem with the update, but anyway, thanks for your time, Hidrurga and Hazel, were of help; and I appreciate it

Any question or problem, I will consult this forum.

Greetings and thanks.
It has been a pleasure. Let us know how you get on.
 
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Okay, I will inform you about my progress in this problem
 
  


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