I am running a Lenovo Flex 11, and have been running perfectly with version 18.10. Got notice that 19.4 was available and decided why not? During the process there was apparently a hiccup of some sort and I was told that a partial installation would be done. I admit perfect ignorance in Linux and Terminal. Installation completed, and am using it with a kink. Upon shutting the lid of the laptop, the computer goes to sleep, and is ordinarily awakened tapping any key. Now, I must force full shutdown, then restart. Computer now starts and displays Terminal screen, showing Gnu Grub 2.02 opening screen with three choices...Ubuntu, advanced options, and system setup. Ubuntu is selected by default and I go with it, to eventual Ubuntu startup and login sequence. Info shows Gnome 3.32.1 and my CPU is an Intel Pentium Silver N 5000. Am pleased with the way the system works under 19.4, except for the initial Terminal startup business and the requisite full shutdown from sleep before being able to restart and use. Can this installation be corrected or made to be a complete rather than partial installation?
This "initial startup business" is called GRUB and it's your bootloader, required to boot Ubuntu. If don't dual boot along with Windows, you can simply hide it or shorten the
When there was any kind of interruption during upgrade process and you have any other issues make sure that dpkg process was done fully by runing this in terminal:
sudo dpkg --configure -a
Also make sure that your Ubuntu is up-to-date by runing:
sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade
When it comes for waking up your PC from sleep mode, there might be a bug in new Ubuntu. Please take your time to report it: