In Synaptic Package Manger I get this error: E: libavformat52: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 2 E: gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg: dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
In terminal I get this error: Errors were encountered while processing: libavformat52 gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg
My Firefox runs horrible and I think the above could be related. Firefox is slow and freezes so much it's virtually impossible to use. What I would like to do is remove every component of it, and all these codecs and start fresh, but I don't know how. I really don't know much about terminal, so please consider that when giving advice. I have a few add-ons in Firefox like Session Manger, IM Translator, and Scrapebook, (although it is uninstalled now)
I thought maybe an upgrade would help so yesterday I went from 9.0.4 Ubuntu to 10.04...I did a clean install from a CD and reformatted my root folder. I did try Ubuntu9.10 some months ago, but had tons of trouble with the graphics card resolution.
My computer is a desktop Acer AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+, GeForce 6100 nForce 405, MCP61 High Definition Audio, 1G Memory DDR2
Not totally sure what your problem is. Just try this:
That should reinstall all your codecs and whatnot.
Sorry if this doesn't help
answered 04 May '10, 03:23
Hi from Zürich, switzerland.
I got the same error message ( Sony Vaio VGN-FS115B with Ubuntu 10.04 )
ERROR MESSAGE :- Paket gstreamer0.10 konnte nicht gefunden werden.....( Couldn`t find package gstreamer0.10)
answered 04 May '10, 10:44
get hint from http://forum.audacityteam.org/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=10905 and go to https://help.ubuntu.com and search for info on what you want to know about how to do the desired task (e.g. enable the medibuntu repositories in the /etc/apt/sources.list file)
use with care: apt-get purge (pkg name) in terminal to get rid of undesired pkg completely
use apt-get build-dep (pkg name) to build dependencies around a desired pkg
before using apt-get install -f (pkg name) to install the desired pkg
Use apt-get update after the purge and before the build-dep commands
answered 08 May '10, 06:43