YouTube on Lubuntu 12.04
phillw at vpolink.com
Thu Apr 4 12:44:01 UTC 2013
I suspect you are seeing
"Please be aware that your system may seem to 'hang' (stop) at about 90%
(dpkg), it has not; it just takes a little time (up to 90 minutes). The
lowest specification that we have seen working is a Pentium 2, with 64MB of
RAM using lubuntu core."
It is mentioned in the minimal install area , but possibly the bit about
waiting for upto 90 mins needs repeating in the alternate area.
On 4 April 2013 06:03, Aere Greenway <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com> wrote:
> On 04/03/2013 03:31 PM, Nio Wiklund wrote:
>> I suggest that you try updating with terminal window commands
>> sudo apt-get update
>> sudo apt-get upgrade
> I tried this on my HP-Vectra machine (both on Lubuntu 12.10, and
> Ubuntu-Studio 12.04).
> Unfortunately, I encounter the same (or worse) problem.
> Everything seems to be going fine, and I can monitor everything.
> Then it gets to the point where it says:
> ldconfig deferred processing taking place
> At that point, control returns to the command prompt, so I can execute
> other commands.
> But the processor is over 90% busy, running python as user=root. It keeps
> running for longer than would normally be required for applying updates.
> And watching the task manager window gives me no clue of what it is doing.
> If I run the software updater, it says my system is up-to-date.
> I finally shut down my system (hoping the package database didn't get
> The very same thing happens on Ubuntu-Studio (Xubuntu).
> At least using the software-updater, I could get clues from the task
> manager of what it was doing.
> So, unfortunately, I still cannot reliably update Linux systems on my
> HP-Vectra (450 megahertz, 512 meg RAM) machine.
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