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Hi all, I'm hoping someone might be able to help out. I'm getting an error whenever I try to install a new app, or upgrade any existing ones (including Cydia).
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    Hi all,

    I'm hoping someone might be able to help out. I'm getting an error whenever I try to install a new app, or upgrade any existing ones (including Cydia). The error reads: "Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (100). Running Debian Packager.

    I think I accidentally deleted a needed file (within iFile - at the listed location). I don't know how to reinstall whatever it is that I'm missing.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    iPhone 5s. latest iOS 7.1.2

    I tried the methods noted, but Pangu won't let me restart the jailbreak process; can't figure out SSH; renamed files, rebooted and still no luck.

    Is it a pain to do a "restore" and then re-jailbreak?

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    Noup, just restore, setup as new, jailbreak and than at the end, return your apps manually. That is always the best way.....

    I just realized, those solutions above are for people who have jailbroaken their devices with Evasion.
    So far I don't think, that anyone has found the solution for the same problem with Pangu jailbreak.
    So, bottom line......better just start from scratch, as I told you above
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