Partial upgrade Can't guess meta-package
russellhart1 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 17 22:46:06 UTC 2012
This may be due to the update-manager needing to update.
I ran sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and it updated fine.
I may need to try that on a fresh install though.
On 17/04/12 23:12, Russell Hart wrote:
> I doing the 'Install (ubiquity) in Ubuntu DVD amd64 for Precise Daily'
> test case in a Virtual Machine with Oracle VirtualBox.
> It installed OK and rebooted as expected. After running sudo apt-get
> update and opening Update Manager it asked, 'Not all updates can be
> installed' 'Run a partial upgrade, to install as many updates as
> possible. '
> I tried the Partial Upgrade but got an error message 'Can't guess
> meta-package' 'Your system does not contain a ubuntu-desktop,
> kubuntu-desktop, xubuntu-desktop or edubuntu package and it was not
> possible to detect which version of Ubuntu you are running. Please
> install one of the packages above first using synaptic or apt-get
> before processing. '
> ubuntu-desktop is installed and the newest version (sudo apt-get
> install ubuntu-desktop).
> Russell Hart
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