Well, dpkg doesn't try to automatically resolve dependencies like apt-get does, so I'm afraid you'll have to download and install those manually too. Normally an apt-get install -f
could solve them afterwards. This page might help a bit to locate them: http://packages.ubuntu.com/gutsy/equivs
They don't call it dependency hell for nothing.
If I wasn't so busy at the moment I would have generated the dummy for you already, but right now I have a few other things I need to take care of first.