While doing some testing this evening on Backtrack Linux 5 R3 I had issues with apt or aptitude complaining about some dependencies for packages I had compiled from source. One of the packages I first ran into issues with was bluez which is installed by default on Backtrack. I wanted to apply a patch to the source code and then reinstall bluez which I was able to accomplish. The issue started after that when apt started complaining that bluez was not installed any longer. Below I describe how I modified the apt dependencies tracker file which fixed my unmet dependencies errors.
When attempting to install dhcp3-server on BackTrack Linux version 5 R3 you likely will run into a dependency error. This error was received on a brand new install of BT5r3 so the issue would be the same on any current install. Below I describe the error installing dhcp3-server on Backtrack in more detail as well as how to easily fix the problem. It should also be noted that this will likely fix other dependency issues you might have run into with a fresh install of BT5r3.
A friend had me jailbreak their iPhone 3G the other day and once that was completed he later asked if I could install Installous as well. Installous is an application on a jailbroken iDevice that will allow you to search and install applications similar to the Apple iTunes store. Follow the directions below to install Installous from within the Cydia application.