I have upgrade my 32-bit a few days ago to 64-bit without to much succes.
Since that happened my apt-get installer/updater is broken and can I not do updates anymore or install software.
I am working on Ubuntu due to that we received a computer at work I needed to work on for Web Development. Due to 32-bit was I not able to get certain software installed.
Just like any other good believing person did I thought upgrading was easy just as easy as I had done so many times on Windows but actually its not.
Due to the lack of experience with Linux am I completely stuck now and do I now know how to get this solved.
Help is more than welcome.
I followed this guide its a anser in on the post with 13 likes or ups. Edited by: mxdsp and aswered by: Asterix : Is it possible to "upgrade" from a 32bit to a 64bit installation?
The error I am getting:
The dependencies of the following packages could not be installed: apt-utils: Depends: apt (= 1.2.29ubuntu0.1) but it is not installed Depends: libc6 (> = 2.4) but 2.23-0ubuntu10 is installed Depends: libgcc1 (> = 1: 3.0) but 1: 6.0.1-0ubuntu1 is installed Depends: libstdc ++ 6 (> = 5.2) but 5.4.0-6ubuntu1 ~ 16.04.11 is installed code: Depends: libnss3 (> = 2: 3.26) but 2: 3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.4 is installed Depends: apt but it is not installed Depends: libgtk-3-0 (> = 3.10.0) but 3.18.9-1ubuntu3.3 has been installed ubuntu-minimal: Depends: apt but it is not installed update-notifier-common: PreDepends: apt (> = 1.1 ~) but it is not installed Depends: python3: any but it is a virtual package Depends: update-manager-core (> = 1: 16.04.6) but 1: 16.04.15 is installed