Upgrade bugs from 14.10 to 15.04
Olivier van der Toorn
oliviervdtoorn at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 14:40:28 UTC 2015
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> At this point the desktop looked the same as 14.10.
The change from Plasma4 (which 14.10 uses) and Plasma5 (which 15.04)
is quite drastic. I'm wondering if you actually upgraded to 15.04,
what does 'lsb_release -a' tell you?
Side note: 'sudo apt-get dist-upgrade' doesn't perform a release
upgrade, in Ubuntu 'sudo do-release-upgrade' does that. It has allways
been confusing... 'sudo apt-get dist-upgrade' can be seen as 'apt-get
update++'. It has the rights to install, or remove, other packages
when dependencies change. 'apt-get upgrade' does not have that right.
Hope this helps,
- -O.I. van der Toorn.
On 06/01/2015 03:02 AM, Dev Guy wrote:
> I recently upgraded my Kubuntu system from 14.10 to 15.04 by
> accident, I say accident because last time I did this my system was
> hosed and I had to do a fresh install. I suggest removing that
> annoying upgrade system button from the updates available UI. In
> fact make it a separate notice alogether that I can choose to
> disable once notified.
> So my system seems broken but mostly usable, after upgrade I get
> odd crashes when I open system setting dialogs (not always, so far
> 2 or 3 times).
> Initally the "UI" update that is launched from taskbar
> notification didn't complete the upgrade. However system settings
> said I had the latest version 15.04. At this point the desktop
> looked the same as 14.10.
> Two days later, I tried a upgrade using the command line, 'sudo
> apt-get dist-upgrade', this in fact has some issues also. I had to
> use the command line because the upgrade notification no longer
> showed up as a button in the update notification UI.
> 1. At the end of 2nd upgrade I was told to do a force install of
> items that failed to install, which I did.
> 2. I rebooted and did the following things again:
> $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get upgrade $ sudo apt-get
> Finally I had to run the 'apt-get dist-upgrade' command a few
> *more* times. I even run the autoclean, autoremove, purge
> 3) Now I get odd crashes from system dialogs, when I open the
> setting dialog and do something.
> 4) I cannot change the desktop Wallpaper, when the 'Image' dialog
> is opened:
> a) No images are shown b) i cannot seen or navigate to sub-folders
> c) I can't download wallpaper, see error saying
> <http://download.kde.org/ocs/providers.xml> failed. If I manually
> type the folder location, this doesn't show images in the folder.
> 5) When I put my system to sleep (overnight) when I try to wake it
> up the screen rendering is messed up and unviewable, or it's
> black.Here is a video I captured with my cell phone:
> About putting the system to sleep, bug only happens overnight, if I
> put the system to sleep and wake it after a few minutes everything
> is OK. What is different is I am able to wake it using my keyboard.
> Overnight my wireless keyboard goes to sleep and I have to use the
> power button to wake the system up. So not sure if how I am waking
> the system up is part of the problem. I will try this after send
> this email out.
> -- Kind Regards, Rajinder Yadav
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