I know how to read the status in
dpkg -l (first letter is desired state, second is actual state). For example
ii means "should be installed and actually is installed" and
rc means "should be removed but config files are still there".
For me these
ic packages are
unity-lens-applications (I'm on Ubuntu 19.10).
But what exactly does
ic mean? Formally it means it is installed, but only the configuration files are there. Why does
apt-get not install/fix the packages if they are not
ii? How do I interpret this state? Should I do something about this?
Or do these packages only consist of configuration files? (shouldn't they still have
ii then because they are installed correctly?)