In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the potential causes that dpkg-parse error updates can cause, and then suggest some potential fixes that you can try to resolve the issue.
Fixed error “dpkg: error: parsing file ‘/ var / lib / dpkg / updates / 0014′” in Ubuntu. To fix this error, delete the problematic file i.e. / var / lib / dpkg / updates / 0014 next to my case. Change the filename to your own. Also, make sure you have a backup similar to the file before deleting the file.
I am getting this error on Ubuntu 12.04 even though the below operation is running.
frank @ August: ~ $ sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer[sudo] password because of frank:E: dpkg has been discontinued, you mustBut you need to run sudo dpkg -a --configure manually to fix this problem.Frank @ August: ~ $ sudo dpkg --configure -adpkg: Error: parsing folder '/ var / lib / dpkg / updates / 0045' next to line 0: Line break in place name `#padding 'candid @ august: ~ $
frank @ august: ~ $ head / var / lib / dpkg / updates / 0045#Tapestry#Tapestry#Tapestry#Tapestrycandid @ august: ~ $
I don’t understand what the problem is. Please contact me to resolve the issue.Thanks.
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cd / var / lib / dpkg / updates && rm -rf 0045sudo dpkg --configure -a
answered Nov 6, 2012 at 5:40 pm
sudo rm -rf / var / lib / dpkg / updates / *dpkg --configure -a
answered Jan 8, 2013 7:31 pm
Looks like all files are corrupted.Do you suggest doing the following (please make a backup and your likelihood of doing so;))
sudo rm / var / lib / dpkg / updates / 000 *sudo apt - clean upsudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer
answered Nov 6, 2012 at 4:01 am
It looks like the status file is corrupted. To resolve this issue, expand the file using your own delete / delete command.
sudo dpkg --clear-status
(Note: The –clear-status option may no longer be available. The phrase “dpkg due to -?” does not suggest a specific replacement.)Then recreate the file using the command:
sudo apt-get update
answered Nov 12 at 3:40 am.
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