[lubuntu-users] What happened?? apt freezes during dist-upgrade in kinetic??
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 19:04:58 UTC 2022
Den 2022-09-06 kl. 20:57, skrev Israel Dahl:
> On 9/6/22 09:31, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
>> > . . . . On cold boot FF came back.
>> > But, the question of what happened with apt was the more important
>> > question . . . was it trying to install a too new kernel and then
>> > tried to back out of it? It was an odd episode . . . .
>> > F
>> Hey Fritz,
>> You could search for the available kernels to see which ones are
>> available, and which ones are installed.
>> You can also look in the /var/log/dpkg.log something like:
>> grep "upgrade " /var/log/dpkg.log
>> That might give you a starting point.
>> As for the disappearance of firefox, I think snap/flatpak packages
>> always show up after install, there may be a way to force it to
>> the menus but I don't really like to use either of those unless I
>> *really* have to, so I don't know off the top of my head/
>> Thanks for the suggestions . . . I'll check into them when I get back
>> to Lu in a few days. One of my problems is that since I'm rotating
>> OSs each day, I don't know where each system is vis the kernel.
>> Possibly kinetic is a "5.13" base system, but I did see "5.15" in the
>> upgrade list. Yesterday I was in Tumbleweed, which is 5.19 . . . and
>> then today I'm in Deb Sid, which I thought would be like 5.20??? but,
>> nope, uname -r shows "5.10" . . . .
>> The good news is that whatever blew up in the middle or end of the
>> apt, the kinetic system rebooted into the GUI . . . . It was just a
>> rare instance of a "hang" in the apt dist-upgrade.
> It looks like Kinetic has a 5.19 now, so you should try to update again.
> You should check to see that everything was unpacked in that last
> upgrade as well. You might need to use dpkg to fix things if not.
Hi Fritz and Israel,
I can confirm that Kinetic is a 5.19 now. Today I installed Lubuntu via
and lubuntu-desktop, installed into it when running in an external SSD
"Ubuntu Server amd64 compressed image (when extracted) boots in UEFI and
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