I was on 20.04, commands I ran on terminal to upgrade :
sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt update sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install update-manager-core sudo gedit /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades do-release-upgrade sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt-mark unhold mongodb-org mongodb-org-mongos mongodb-org-server mongodb-org-shell mongodb-org-tools sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt full-upgrade do-release-upgrade
Was asked many questions ... wish we had a way to do a dry run, see all the questions, anwer them in a text file and then start this process, pinting to text file for answers (one line question, next line our answer, if any new questions, that were not found in the dry run - an option to auto default or prompt us)
Anyway was asked:
Reading state information... Done
Remove obsolete packages?
140 packages are going to be removed.
Removing the packages can take several hours.
Continue [yN] Details [d]d
Choose D. showed me the packages and then showed (END), see image
But after seeing the list, was not clear how to resume. Pressed Y (nothing happened), then pressed Esc, then pressed Ctrl-Z, it exited the install process.
says I'm on Ubuntu 21.10 but how do i remove those files? And why did the process exit?
From usability perspective would have helped if it told me how to resume when it showed the choices ...