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    liblzma.so no version information available (required by dpkg-deb)

    Hi,

    I have upgraded from 12.04 to 12.10 and within upgrading and now apt-get install/upgrade appeared message:
    dpkg-deb: /usr/local/lib/liblzma.so.5: no version information available (required by dpkg-deb).
    Installation process went ok.

    Is there any workaround how to get rid of it ?
    I have compiled xz 5.0.4 manually but still no luck.

    Thank you,
    Kind Regards,
    Martin

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    Re: liblzma.so no version information available (required by dpkg-deb)

    Moved to Ubuntu +1 (Quantal Quetzal).

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    Re: liblzma.so no version information available (required by dpkg-deb)

    install then purge lzma, that should remove the old setting left behind

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    Re: liblzma.so no version information available (required by dpkg-deb)

    Quote Originally Posted by dino99 View Post
    install then purge lzma, that should remove the old setting left behind
    thanks for tip but I cannot try it because it is going to remove another 100 packages - I would prefered some another way.

    Is it possible to remove it and install it without removing other packages safely ?

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