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The delay, suggested by Andre Leon Rangel, didn't help in my case. Updated the service to run zpool import before importing cached pools. Just wanted to check logs and see which were available. Somehow, adding that magically solved the issue without need for the delay.


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It seems that kernel was not fully installed but it was just showing on the boot option. Not sure what that means. I completely removed 5.16 and I'm back to 5.11 and getting back to waste more time on figuring out how to fix networking issue.


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Here is the answer of my question, We need to work some tricky type of action. Step-1 : Collect Installed and Update package based on the date. for x in $(ls -1t /var/log/dpkg.log*);do zcat -f $x |tac |grep -e " install " -e " upgrade "; done | awk -F ":a" '{print $1 " :a" $2}' | column -t | awk '{print $1" "$...


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Disclaimer: There is a risk of loosing your SSD and the data stored on it when updating to a new firmware! Here are the steps: Identify your SSD model by running sudo smartctl -a /dev/nvmxxx on your SSD (replace "xxx" by your actual device name); here is an example output. Prepare a bootable Ubuntu/Kubuntu USB stick, either from Ubuntu or from ...


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Turns out the issue concerned nvidia drivers. While newish ones were installed, there was a piece of an older version which did not get removed automatically. So the updater wouldn't move forward because it said this older version needed to be updated. By removing this piece of an older version I was able to update.


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Still seeing this issue with Wayland on 21.04 problem still persists for me. Any idea when Wayland will support this?


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If your computer is actually only able to do 32 bit there is an up to date option. It is called emmabuntus and has a 32 bit based on debian stable. I have used it on very old computers and it works very well even on 1Gb ram. Available desktops are xfce (like Xubuntu) and LXQt very similar to Lubuntu.Disrowatch and Emmabuntus


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The apt and dpkg databases on your Ubuntu system do not keep track of dates. Debian-based systems therefore do not have a comparable apt command. The information is on your system in your apt logs (/var/log/apt/). You must build a script to parse those logs and present the data in your preferred output format. Please remember to share your script with others,...


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Seems like some problems with the older kernels. Let's work together step by step to fix this problem. First, purge all the older kernels which are no longer in use or are causing errors: dpkg -l | egrep "linux-(signed|modules|image|headers)" | grep -v $(uname -r | cut -d - -f 1) | awk {'print $2'} | xargs sudo apt purge -y Run the apt -f again: ...


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As I can see, you're using an antivirus! Disable that antivirus and proceed. Note: I'm pretty sure this is due to McAfee, so, please run every suggested command step by step until the problem is fixed. First, run the following commands to disable any instance of antivirus: sudo dpkg --purge mfedx sudo dpkg --purge mcafeetp sudo dpkg --purge mcafeeespaac ...


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The problem was caused by 0665:5161 Cypress Semiconductor USB to Serial. It is supported by the kernel for many years, popular in UPS monitoring interfaces. Removing it fixed the problem for me. Could be that my device simply broke, or, more likely, this is due to some updated package - since it appeared right after dist-upgrade


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It is better to do that without a GUI. GRUB is too important for me to trust a program which hides what it is doing exactly behind a GUI. First, create a backup of the /etc/default/grub file: cp /etc/default/grub $HOME Now, open /etc/default/grub with a text editor and add: GRUB_DEFAULT=saved GRUB_SAVEDEFAULT=true Update GRUB to save the changes: sudo ...


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Graphical User Interface You can do that using the grub-customizer Package. You can install it using: sudo apt install grub-customizer After installing the package you can launch the application using: grub-customizer You'll get an interface like: Right-click on the kernel causing errors( 5.4.0-92-generic), and select remove: Now, right-click on the ...


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Eventually I made some progress by downgrading some libs with the correct ubuntu-20.04 versions apt install libgcc-s1=10.3.0-1ubuntu1~20.04 apt install libstdc++6=10.3.0-1ubuntu1~20.04 However, this was only a fraction on the path to get the wine installation working as I could see by further examination of the dependency conflicts of winehq-stable. Based ...


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If your upgrade stops after reboot, try sudo apt install synaptic, mark all upgrades, and let it finish the upgrade for you. Expect synaptic to freeze at least once, but kill it, restart it to finish. The run Software and see that package handling works again.


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Alternative method sudo -i apt upgrade you will be prompted for sudo password


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apt commands require administrator privileges. You need to preface the command with sudo. You should also run sudo apt update before you do anything else in apt to make sure that you are working with the current list of software. For example: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade


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Before you begin, backup your personal data. This method is a complete installation and not an upgrade so you will lose your existing data. If you have Windows installed, make sure you have an installation media to replace Windows is something goes wrong. This method is for legacy BIOS and not for UEFI. Personally, I would recommend using 64-bit Ubuntu if ...


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The only way to upgrade your system is to backup your data to external media and then clean-install 18.04 LTS. Starting with 19.10, Ubuntu no longer supports i386 hardware. And so as such for 20.04 and beyond, there are no more 32-bit images. 15.10 is old, and long since end of life as well, and the next upgrade you could go to directly, 16.04, is also ...


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It is currently running version 14 long term support IIRC. What is the best path forward to bring my operating system up to date? Will I be able to jump straight to the latest long term support package? What pitfalls do I need to avoid? That is very old. Backup anything important to a safe place (i.e., not that computer), and reinstall a supported version ...


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If you find yourself risky and adventurere, then try the PPA to get 2.4.52-2+ubuntu21.10.1+deb.sury.org+1: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ondrej/apache2 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install apache2


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TL;DR Use dpkg --ignore-depends=... I tried to install pulse-secure vpn client. dpkg: regarding .../ps-pulse-ubuntu-debian.deb containing pulsesecure, pre-dependency problem: pulsesecure pre-depends on libcurl4 libcurl4 is not installed. dpkg: warning: ignoring pre-dependency problem! (Reading database ... 208790 files and directories currently ...


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Yes: Apt should ask you about each one if it detects a difference. However, packagers are human beings and therefore fallible. Backups of your configs are wise. If you discover a config file that is silently overwritten, please file a bug report.


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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is supported until 2025 for free, then for 2030 with paid ESM. Having Prompt=normal on LTS is bad idea. Currently 20.10 is EOL. To prevent upgrades from LTS to non-LTS versions you have to edit /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades and set Prompt=lts here by using any text-editor like nano. For release list see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/...


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It ok now :) jrd_10@my-pc:~$ cat /etc/*-release DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=20.04 DISTRIB_CODENAME=focal DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS" NAME="Ubuntu" VERSION="20.04.3 LTS (Focal Fossa)" ID=ubuntu ID_LIKE=debian PRETTY_NAME="Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS" Thank you for your time. I do not know why it has been ...


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The problem was resolved! The old version was an apt package and the new is a snap package, as @vanadium said. The old profile was safe in ~/.thunderbird and and can be restored to ~/snap/thunderbird/common/.thunderbird. To do: Ensure the old version is apt by apt list -a thunderbird command Remove the old by sudo apt remove thunderbird Create the new ...


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The newer version you installed is a Snap package. The old version is coming from the regular Ubuntu software sources. You can remove any of these using the Snap store. You will find two versions there. The one coming from Snap.io is the Snap version. Remove the other version. The Thunderbird profile of your current version is stored under ~/.thunderbird. ...


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As already told by Vanadium, you can change the wallpaper to wallpaper of Ubuntu 21.10. You can change the wallpaper by: First, install the lightdm greeter settings: sudo apt install lightdm-gtk-greeter && sudo apt-get install lightdm-gtk-greeter-settings Now set the lightdm login screen to lightdm-greeter: echo [SeatDefaults] > /etc/lightdm/...


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Note: Reusing some of my answer to this question. There's enough of a difference in the question to require a few changes, but some of the core concepts are the same. The "automatic upgrade" part of the Store app is more than a bit confusing. Yes, "Ubuntu" (without a version number) in the Store "automatically updates", but ...


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same thing happened to me wıth promethes. I just added http:// to URL field on prometheus data source page, it worked.


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Same issue on Lenovo laptop after a recent system update. This was not an issue before the recent system update. The system has only AMD integrated GPU, so Nvidia drivers won't help. The HDMI connected screen works fine after unlock, so the noise appears only on the laptop's own monitor. The issue is with a bug in the AMD GPU driver that ships with Linux ...


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All of this did not work for me. I checked /var/log/dist-upgrade/main.log and found failed to remove libpython-stdlib. As I already had removed python2.7-minimal I checked for other packages: sudo apt list --installed | grep "python2" And removed them. I also uninstalled the packages listed as "obsolete" in main.log. sudo apt purge ...


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Some packages for different reasons needs to be updated to support new ubuntu version, but, you can probe downloading the deb package o adding the library repository to your /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ And trying to install it, however, It may be dangerous because you going to introduce packages of another ubuntu version, maybe you need to think about install ...


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If it were super-easy and convenient to install a wrong-version deb package, everybody would do it. Your application would be supported on all releases of Ubuntu. But it's not. It can be very, very hard in some circumstances to install a wrong-version deb package. You're essentially asking "Can I install this airplane engine into my automobile?" If ...


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It looks as if you have the package gtk3-nocsd installed on the desktop. That package enables the legacy window decorations on all GTK3 applications that use Client Side decorations. As you see, the result nowadays is not always pretty. You can remove the package with the command sudo apt remove gtk3-nocsd


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Its been a while but - as one can tell from my question, it ended up being a horribly hacked together mismash of different builds. Essentially there's no way to get the original/official orange pi image up to date. There was no official release but the armbian build of Ubuntu worked fine. From there things worked as they should have


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I Still don't understand why I have FULL 100% directories now. I guess I will open another post about it. As for login, it's solved. The problem was with .Xauthority Solved with: connect en tty Ctrl+Alt+F3 than login with user you can't access to GUI interface Ubuntu, command #mv .Xauthority .Xauthority.back


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Uninstalling old and unused kernels and associated files is the correct action to take; to avoid the suggestion to install an unsigned kernel, remove packages that depend on linux-image-5.11.0-34-generic via: sudo apt purge linux*5.11.0-34* The second step required to free up space is to remove old snapshots referencing the files that were removed; list the ...


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You have to rewrite this sources.list file using single long command below: cat << EOF | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/pgdg.list deb http://apt.postgresql.org/pub/repos/apt impish-pgdg main deb http://apt.postgresql.org/pub/repos/apt/ impish-pgdg main EOF Note that lines 2 and 3 are now one line with deb package type, its url, version and component....


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I was experiencing exactly the same thing on Lenovo L15 AMD flavor (integrated AMD Radeon). Same thing that this issue started to appear very recently (few weeks ago) after system upgrades. I am also running on an encrypted SSD but I haven't done any firmware upgrades. But this is not related to the GPU driver issue. The real issue is with Linux kernel ...


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Your download server in Software & Updates -> Ubuntu Software tab has not updated the Thunderbird package to version 78.14.0 yet. Usually this is a temporary issue that goes away by itself. When I tried wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/t/thunderbird/thunderbird_78.14.0+build1-0ubuntu0.20.04.2_amd64.deb wget manually downloaded the ...


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