Help! I am running Mint 6. Since I'm not on the net, I bought the DVD set of the entire ubuntu repository from LinuxCD.org so I could download Audacity the sound editor, among other apps, when I need them. Audacity won't install, because 3 files are missing; libflac++6, libwxbase2.6-0 and libwxgtk2.6-0. I had assumed they would be either on the DVD's (searched without success) or in my OS, since it is so closely related to Ubuntu. I had to go back to the ubuntu site and download these files, of which the first two are installed according to synaptic (and sit on my desktop), but Mint is unable to install libwxgtk2.6-0 as a terminal message appears stating that it conflicts with libgtk2.0-0. I can't remove libgtk2.0-0 because many other apps in Mint depend on it. So I'm stuck again with an app that I can't install. This is extemely frustrating and taking up many valuable hours, and I have found that other sound editors on the repository also depend on files that are frankly missing. It concerns me how many other apps on this repository might be unusable. How can installing apps be so fraught with problems? I am not using an old, poorly supported OS. If I can't get apps I need, I may as well go back to apple or (ugh) microsoft, much as I like Mint and want to support Linux. Does anyone have any ideas how to make libwxgtk2.6-0 install, and how to get the application to find those files that it can read them and get on with the install? Or alternatively, source a disc with Audacity on it and all the necessary files.