> Synaptic should be able to show you enough information to track down the
> missing dependencies, or allow you to uninstall them.  Note that this
> may break your installed-from-source working ClamAV, depending on where
> it was installed.

> Something is wrong with the recordkeeping in the package system.

> You should probably take this up with a list for your specific Debian
> derivative, or possibly ask on the main Debian users list.  This is just
> a problem that happens to be triggering on the ClamAV packages, not a
> ClamAV problem.

> -kgd

Ok, thanks. I did the Synaptic uninstall, and it did break the manual
install. I've asked over at MX Linux and will see if they have any
insight.

Paul
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