On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 11:23 PM, maybeway36 <maybeway36@...> wrote: > Make sure dpkg is executable. > [ -x /usr/bin/dpkg ];echo $? > If it returns 0, it is. If not, run: > sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/dpkg > I don't know why that file wouldn't be executable, but it's worth a shot. > -maybeway36 Hi, thanks for your suggestion, unfortunately dpkg is already executable. I've noticed that a reboot temporarily fixed the problem (!) Let's see if this persists.