Shortly after logging in, a system error pops up with a prompt to report the error. It refers to "glance-registry." The error icon at the top of the workspace says
Presumably this is a dependency issue. Clicking on the icon runs the package manager.
Automatic error reporting crashes before it can complete. Update Manager and Software Center both return errors related to
glance-registry and then crash. Some of the error reporting messages indicate that packages are outdated and need to be upgraded/resolved before the error can be reported.
Through the terminal (because it doesn't crash right after opening), I can run
sudo apt-get upgrade -f to get things current for error reporting. But after a lengthy run and the process apparently fixing/upgrading/eliminating a number of packages, it still returns this error at the bottom:
Errors were encountered while processing: glance-registry glance E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
I have not seen many references to
glance-registry on this site. Is this still something a user can fix? Should I scrub the OS and reinstall?