I had the same results as Mattias, mine was datapulley instead of
rekall-forensic. Your direction of running the compile without the
redirect so I could see the output was what got me there.
FWIW, datapulley seemed to be the only package in that folder. Is yours
the same? (Mattias, same question for you.) Considering how much...
uh... stuff I have installed and how integral Python is to Ubuntu it
would seem to me that there would be more; maybe some folks didn't take
a hint that they should be doing a thing a certain way. Perhaps this is
somewhat more systemic? I don't know enough about Python or its package
management to even start diagnosing something like this.
I'm filing with datapulley, which broke my apt.
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package python-minimal 2.7.12-1~16.04 failed to install/upgrade:
subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit
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