During a routine apt-get update && apt-get upgrade session, my Debian unstable
box decided that the packaging of frozen-bubble-data was confusing.
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Preconfiguring packages ...
Can't open perl script "/usr/share/foomatic/parseconfig.pl": No such file or
dpkg: error processing frozen-bubble-data (--purge):
Package is in a very bad inconsistent state - you should
reinstall it before attempting a removal.
Errors were encountered while processing:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Some errors occurred while unpacking. I'm going to configure the
packages that were installed. This may result in duplicate errors
or errors caused by missing dependencies. This is OK, only the errors
above this message are important. Please fix them and run [I]nstall again
Press enter to continue.
I cannot apt-get --purge remove frozen-bubble-data and nothing I've done will
allow my system to proceed with a normal upgrade. The system always stops
because of this inconsistency with frozen-bubble-data.
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