What then happens, if you reinstall Prism after synaptic fixes the issue by removing it..http://tombuntu.com/index.php/2007/11/0 ... lla-prism/
je1403 wrote:The GReader prism works fine, but I cannot add or remove applications because the package appears as broken and it needs to be fixed before changing anything else. Synaptic Package Manager solves the problem by uninstalling prism, but I want to use prism
--it is not a *.jar file, however this is where *? has something similar
in terminal, check
And you had already installed Prism itself..
In terminal, check
apt search Prism
p prism - Split web applications out of the browser
p prism-google-groups - Google Groups WebApp for Prism
p prism-google-mail - Google Mail (GMail) WebApp for Prism
p prism-google-reader - Google Reader WebApp for Prism
--or possibly some of the other applications (Google) might need to fully utilize Prism..
Without installing it prism-google-reader
, I would be likely to also install those others.If it really is a dependency issue between Songbird and Prism, and either one cannot use the other's file *.jar, then you are stuck, and would have to choose which one you can do without..
--there may be an older webapp, similar to Prism that does not require the same dependency ?Pick another installation directory for Prism..