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Upgrading will replace your current software with newer versions of that software. An upgrade can go wrong and if the end result is a reinstall your installed software will get removed. In theory software could be removed if it is deemed obsolete. Or replaced by something new (open office got replaced by libre office at some point; though the impact of that ...


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Can anyone tell me why? Upgrades have not, are not and never will be automatic. It always needs a manual confirmation or for you to switch repositories. And what should I do if I want to upgrade to the newest version manually? check 'software & updates' and the 'updates' section and check that all the update are set to on. Bottom one is for ...


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Yes, you can run the latest version of Ubuntu. I have a similar laptop with a Pentium M, and Ubuntu MATE runs fine. However, you should definitely use one of the lightweight variants of Ubuntu, such as Ubuntu MATE or Lubuntu, as your laptop may not be able to run the standard Ubuntu with Unity adequately. The system requirements for Ubuntu can be found ...


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I had the same issue. It's caused by ruby update in new Ubuntu. Just uninstall jekyll and install it again: gem uninstall jekyll gem install jekyll


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I had the same problem. I installed all the updates under System Settings -> Details -> Overview -> Install Updates (Button in the bottom right corner. Ignore if it says System Up-To-Date) and rebooted my PC 3 times (ie: install updates then reboot, install updates then reboot, install updates then reboot, this was straight after a fresh install). Then ...



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