testing upgrade stallout
I ran what proved to be a rather large apt-get dist-upgrade last week, and
wound up with some dependency conflicts which I don't know how to get
around/rid of. The packages downloaded did not finish installing, and when
I try to run apt-get dist-upgrade NOW what I get is the following:
Reading Package Lists...
Building Dependency Tree...
You might want to run `apt-get -f install' to correct these.
Sorry, but the following packages have unmet dependencies:
php3-pgsql: Depends: libpgsql2.1 (>= 7.0.3-3) but it is not installed
Depends: php3 (= 3:3.0.18-12) but 3:3.0.18-0potato1 is installed
postgresql: Depends: libpgsql2.1 (>= 7.1) but it is not installed
Depends: libpgsql2.1 but it is not installed
postgresql-client: Depends: libpgsql2.1 (>= 7.1) but it is not installed
Depends: libpgsql2.1 (>= 7.1) but it is not installed
Unfortunately, running 'apt-get -f install' doesn't seem to fix the
I believe another user posted this problem recently; however, I seem to
have lost any useful reply to that message, and can't seem to find it in
the list archives. Where should I begin getting around this?
Thanks for any hints.
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