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Cannot install on Ubuntu 14.04


#1

Downloading the latest Manager.io .deb fails to install on Ubuntu 14.04LTS

ERROR: Dependacy is not satisfiable libmono-wcf3.0-cil
libmono-wcf3.0-cil does not appear in the repos but libmono-wcf3.0a-cil is there.

This is what I have done to get it to work:

  1. Download the Manager.deb file to the Downloads folder
  2. Right Click On Manager.deb package & Select Extract Here
  3. Open the folder where files are extracted.
  4. Open the DEBIAN Folder
  5. Open the control file with gedit
  6. Remove the dependency: libmono-wcf3.0-cil
  7. Now Click Save, & Exit Control File

Open Terminal, copy/paste the following commands then press Enter:

dpkg -b ~/Downloads/Manager
sudo dpkg -i ~/Downloads/Manager.deb
sudo apt-get install -f

Will this cause any issues do you think?


#2

Thanks. I’m not entirely sure why dependency has been renamed in Ubuntu but I’ve updated Debian control file so Manager.deb is compatible with the latest Ubuntu 14.04 without these additional steps.


#3

Cool, many thanks again…

There are several new changes in 14.04LTS… but it will be supported now for 3 years… so it should be stable once released…


#4

Still can’t install. Installation fails with an error:

Extract templates from packages: 54%
Extract templates from packages: 100% 
Extract templates from packages: 54%
Extract templates from packages: 100% 
Extract templates from packages: 54%
Extract templates from packages: 100% 
Selecting previously unselected package binfmt-support. 
...
Installing 1 assembly from libwebkit1.1-cil into Mono 
Setting up libmono2.0-cil (3.2.8+dfsg-4ubuntu1) ... 
Setting up libmono-system-web4.0-cil (3.2.8+dfsg-4ubuntu1) ... 
Processing triggers for ureadahead (0.100.0-16) ... 
Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.19-0ubuntu5) ...

#5

The log you’ve posted contains no errors. What sort of error do you get?


#6

Installing and upgrades on Ubuntu couldn’t be easier.

  1. Just download the Manager.deb file.
  2. Go to your downloads folder.
  3. Drag the file onto the Ubuntu Software Centre
  4. Type your password (for the PC) when asked to allow the installation.
  5. Job done!