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Cache Error ubuntu 16.04
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It is sort of faded because it kept closing when I would take a screen shot. This is what it says:
"An error occured, please run Package Manager from the right-click menu or apt-get in a terminal to see what is wrong. the error message was: ' Unknown Error: '<class 'KeyError'>' (The cache has no package named 'pcsx2-unstable'")'. This usually means that your installed packages have unmet dependencies."

I have done apt-get update/upgrade several times since installation, and I can use PCSX2 no problem. Someone explain this to this poor windows guy? Laugh
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#2
Did you use gregory's PPA to install PCSX2 or did you install it from Ubuntu's repositories?
Lurking until I can fix my desktop...
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#3
I think the packet is pcsx2-unstable:i386. There are command to check the cache consistency.
=> man apt-cache
I think it is apt-cache check but I'm not sure.
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#4
@gregory I will check into that when I get back on ubuntu, doing some homework on windows atm, but I thought it would also be pertinent to mention that every time that message pops up I show and then run updates and pcsx2 builds the latest revision. I guess i was curious if that behavior was intended?
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[email protected] GHz | Cooler Master V8 | MSI Z97 PC MATE | 16GB [email protected] MHz (CL7-8-8-24) | PNY GTX970 4GB GDDR5
500 GB Samsung EVO 850 SSD | Windows 10 Pro x64 | Nvidia Driver 376.33
Laptop:
MSI GE72VR Apache Pro-027
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#5
There was no apt-cache check, just apt-get check. I ran an apt-get install --reinstall but it looks like all it did was update the packages...
Desktop:
[email protected] GHz | Cooler Master V8 | MSI Z97 PC MATE | 16GB [email protected] MHz (CL7-8-8-24) | PNY GTX970 4GB GDDR5
500 GB Samsung EVO 850 SSD | Windows 10 Pro x64 | Nvidia Driver 376.33
Laptop:
MSI GE72VR Apache Pro-027
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#6
It is strange, try that
Code:
apt-get clean
apt-get check
apt-get update
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