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This is a linux error typical on the ASUS eeepc. Confirm that you internet is working first.
Generally, unmet dependency errors are cause by running a system based on unstable depositories (Debian / Ubuntu) which is changing all the time, or badly managed depositories.
You need to press CTRL-ALT + T to get to the terminal and type apt-get -f install.
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