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❯ sudo apt-get install bitlbee                                                                                                                                                                                                          253msReading package lists... Done
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The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 bitlbee : Depends: libgnutls-deb0-28 (>= 3.3.0) but it is not installable
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

I've looked around and can't find libgnutls, I even tried just compiling it myself but it can't seem to find any ssl libraries - gnutls and openssl have no dev packages.

Any thoughts?

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I have just looked on a fresh flashed Raspbian Stretch Light 2018-04-18 image and doing this:

rpi ~$ sudo apt update
rpi ~$ sudo apt full-upgrade
rpi ~$ sudo apt list bitlbee*
Listing... Done
bitlbee/stable 3.5.1-1 armhf
bitlbee-common/stable 3.5.1-1 all
bitlbee-dev/stable 3.5.1-1 all
bitlbee-libpurple/stable 3.5.1-1 armhf
bitlbee-plugin-otr/stable 3.5.1-1 armhf

For dev files for gnutls and openssl I find:

rpi ~$ apt list *gnutls*-dev
Listing... Done
libcurl4-gnutls-dev/stable 7.52.1-5+deb9u6 armhf
libghc-gnutls-dev/stable 0.2-4 armhf
libgnutls28-dev/stable 3.5.8-5+deb9u3 armhf
libneon27-gnutls-dev/stable 0.30.2-2 armhf

rpi ~$ apt list *openssl*-dev
Listing... Done
libcurl4-openssl-dev/stable 7.52.1-5+deb9u6 armhf
libghc-hsopenssl-dev/stable 0.11.3.2-3 armhf
libghc-hsopenssl-x509-system-dev/stable 0.1.0.3-2 armhf
libghc-openssl-streams-dev/stable 1.2.1.0-4 armhf
libglobus-gsi-openssl-error-dev/stable 3.8-1 armhf
libglobus-openssl-module-dev/stable 4.8-1 armhf
lua-openssl-dev/stable 20161208-1 armhf

Installing bitlbee works without any problems:

rpi ~$ sudo apt install bitlbee

I suggest you should do the same: flash a new image and install bitlbee.

  • so libgnutls28-dev showed up, but bitlbee couldn't be installed from apt, still. After installing libgnutls28-dev and libgcrypt11-dev and libgcrypt20-dev I was able to ./configure, make and make install – Wayne Werner May 19 '18 at 2:54

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