Fixing Broken Packages in Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu is by far my ideal choice for an operating system. It is light, runs, and works. I can tool the interface to meet my desire and install darn near anything I want in the way of tools and junk to get my work done. It is also very secure compaired to a Windows system going as far as to not allow you to install or remove any applications if their are broken dependencies in the already installed packets.

A broken package means that a packet is missing a file, or required program needed to function properly. In order to fix this;

From the Symantec Package Manager, Click Edit -> Fix Broken Packages. Choose Apply Marked Changes and then press Ctrl+P. Finally click Apply.

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