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    remove libmono?

    Is it possible to remove libmono-wcf3.0cil completely?

    I get this error:
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    E: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages.
    E: Unable to lock the download directory
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    Re: remove libmono?

    Yes, you can remove all the mono/cil stuff completely if you don't use any mono apps. The error looks like you have another package manager open.
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    Re: remove libmono?

    Thanks. I might have been a bit confused. I was trying to remove moonlight, in which I didn't succeed, but I came across this one.

    How does one remove moonlight? Where is it installed?
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    Re: remove libmono?

    libmono-wcf3.0-cil isn't used by anything within Ubuntu - it's part of the Moonlight SDK. It's the Windows Communication Foundation library. You can remove it all you like.
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