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Unable to install Cura 15.06.1 on Ubuntu 15.04

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Posted · Unable to install Cura 15.06.1 on Ubuntu 15.04

Hello,

I'm unable to install Cura 15.06.1 on Ubuntu 15.04.

On install I get the message:

 

Preparing to unpack /tmp/Cura-15.06.01-Linux.deb ...Unpacking cura (15.06.01) over (15.04) ...dpkg: error processing archive /tmp/Cura-15.06.01-Linux.deb (--install):trying to overwrite '/usr/bin/protoc', which is also in package protobuf-compiler 2.6.1-1dpkg-deb (subprocess): decompressing archive member: internal gzip write error: Broken pipedpkg-deb: error: subprocess  returned error exit status 2dpkg-deb (subprocess): cannot copy archive member from '/tmp/Cura-15.06.01-Linux.deb' to decompressor pipe: failed to write (Broken pipe)

 

The upgrade to Cura 15.04 went without problems.

Any idea what to do?

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Posted · Unable to install Cura 15.06.1 on Ubuntu 15.04

I don't see anything that I directly know a solution for. Could you post this on the github issue tracker?

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Posted · Unable to install Cura 15.06.1 on Ubuntu 15.04

Ok. I posted it on Github

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