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installing on new ubuntu 10.10 problems - diamondback has a zillion unmet dependencies

asked 2011-03-03 15:12:16 -0500

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updated 2014-01-28 17:09:16 -0500

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I add the repositories and stuff with no problems, and when I try this: sudo apt-get install ros-diamondback-desktop-full

I get a bunch of error messages like the below sample:

The following packages have unmet dependencies: ros-diamondback-desktop-full : Depends: ros-diamondback-ros-tutorials (= 0.2.4-s1299044686~maverick) but it is not going to be installed Depends: ros-diamondback-geometry-tutorials (= 0.1.3-s1299044839~maverick) but it is not going to be installed Depends: ros-diamondback-slam-gmapping (= 1.2.2-s1299034975~maverick) but it is not going to be installed [many more ]

And to answer my own question, it turns out I had some mysql stuff already installed that conflicted, and after I removed those packages, the full thing installed (well, is installing) okay

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answered 2011-03-03 16:36:17 -0500

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Coped from question edit to answer:

And to answer my own question, it turns out I had some mysql stuff already installed that conflicted, and after I removed those packages, the full thing installed (well, is installing) okay

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answered 2011-03-03 17:02:50 -0500

Eric Perko gravatar image

I actually had a similar problem installing Diamondback on a fresh 10.10 install tonight as well. The fix for me was to do an aptitude update followed by aptitude safe-upgrade then aptitude install ros-diamondback-desktop-full after rebooting (there was a kernel update so Ubuntu wanted to reboot after the package upgrade).

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answered 2011-05-19 00:25:08 -0500

Bruno Normande gravatar image

I also used aptitude. Whe i did the command aptitude install it gave me the solucion of not installing, i hit 'n' and it gave me another solution: downgrade the problematic packages. I did it, and installed ok ^^

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