I am mainly a Windows user and deal with Ubuntu on the side. I have a 1TB drive with Ubuntu on 100GB and windows taking up the rest. Windows XP won't load (corrupted bootleg copy) I am now using Ubuntu.
I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 and when I try to install any new program, it tries to remove
linux-image-3.0.0-23-generic first. However, there is always an error concerning that package (or whatever it is called) and won't install the program.
I cannot update or install anything new. I tried all the
apt-get commands and other
sudo commands I found on Ubuntu and Linux forums, but when I ask specifically about that package, there is no answer.
What is the issue, is it that I just have to scrap it all, lose everything and go for broke and reinstall Ubuntu? Can someone give me an intelligent answer that I can understand and some procedures too?