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A package is a specific piece of software and data in an archive files. It can be installed and uninstalled usually be a distribution-dependent package manager (e.g. apt-get on Raspbian or pacman on Arch Linux). This is for questions related to the use and management of packages.

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Clearly it is showing you that this package is missing dependencies. You need to make sure you update your packages and preferably use a package manager that handles dependencies better. Try this pi …
answered Apr 1 '17 by user3573987